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Administrators address greek community in closed-door meeting regarding hazing

President Dianne Harrison and Vice President of Student Affairs William Watkins spoke to fraternity and sorority members in a closed-door meeting on Friday afternoon to address the incidents of hazing that have plagued the community. It has been two weeks since an alleged incident of hazing by the Pi Kappa Alpha Zeta Omicron fraternity at […]

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Experts discuss ways to create a more stable, clean environment

When it comes to energy, most people don’t realize how costly it can be. From using water, electricity, air conditioning, refrigerators, and washer and dryers, it can be quite expensive. Legislators and proponents of clean technology met Thursday morning in the Northridge Center at the University Student Union to discuss plans and opportunities to improve […]

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Students give tips on how to stay safe during Halloween

Halloween season arrives at CSUN as students give tips such as having a flashlight, carrying pepper spray, and staying with a group of people when venturing out into the halloween festivities. Produced by: Delmy Moran, Contributor

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Pumpkin Picking

Halloween is just around the corner. San Fernando Valley residents are rushing to their nearest Pumpkin Patch Farms. K-C-S-N Lupe LLerenas says they’re great for all ages!

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Metro Parking

With the new rail lines designed by Metro and the Los Angeles County, residents will be able to reach new destinations. But with the current rail stations, many commuters are not reaching locations that are nearby. For commuters who drive to the stations, things are getting a bit complicated.It’s not because the price of the […]

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Can you put a price on a college degree?

Employment is finally beginning to pick up once again in the United States but that doesn’t mean that people are getting the jobs they want. K-C-S-N’s Ashley Goossen reports that many college graduates are over-qualified for the jobs they have.

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Texting 911

The Los Angeles police department has one of the largest jurisdictions in the country. K-C-S-N’s James Jewett says by the end of the year people living in L-A will have another tool to contact emergency services.

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Midterm election nears

Associated Students (AS) recently held a campaign titled Rock the Matador Vote to encourage students, if they haven’t already, to register to vote in the general elections on Nov 4. The campaign served as a reminder that voting is essential. “It exercises the right for us, as human beings in a free country, to express […]

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Bike theft persists, shifts to north of campus

CSUN PD warns students to be highly vigilant of how they secure their bikes on campus, as the number of reported bike thefts this month approaches 10, and comes on the heels of four crime alerts and 19 reported thefts in September. Over a six-day period beginning on Sept. 24, an estimated two to three […]

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Students performed at the EOP Free Speech event

EOP hosted its annual Free Speech Event at Matador Square. Students were invited to perform original or adapted pieces of poetry, spoken word, or slam poetry.

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CSUN PD offers tips to stay safe on Craigslist, internet sites

Responding to the death of CSUN student Abdullah Alkadi, CSUN Department of Police Services (PD) issued tips to limit the risks associated with initiating transactions on Craigslist and similar websites. “You can find tips all over the place about Craigslist, but we deliberately picked the ones that we thought were the most pertinent to this […]

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LAPD hosts on-campus hiring workshops

Are you interested in pursuing a career to serve and protect your community? The CSUN Career Center will be hosting on-campus hiring workshops for the Los Angeles Police Department. There will be a session from 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesday. Students who wish to attend must RSVP on Sunlink by going to the “Events and […]

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