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Plastic Paradise documentary screens at the USU

“Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch” screened on campus to promote awareness on the issue of plastic pollution. Angela Sun, director and writer of the independent film, hosted the Breaking Plastic event alongside Sigma Nu Fraternity at the University Student Union’s Northridge Center on Sept. 30. The documentary follows Sun on her journey to […]

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Search continues for missing CSUN student

CSUN student Abdullah Alkadi remains missing this week. Detective Cletus Carlton of LAPD’s Adult Missing Persons Unit said “the search for the Saudi Arabian student is ongoing.” Alkadi was last seen at his home in the 9900 block of Reseda Boulevard on Sept. 18. He was wearing a blue shirt, blue jeans and beige shorts. Anyone […]

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Increased cost of Big Show passed onto students

Big Show ticket prices rose to $40 due to a $15,000 budget cut compared to the original budget of $200,000. Leann Vincent, student leadership coordinator for Associated Students (AS) said the thought of the AS senate was, students who wanted to come would bear a little more of the cost. Vincent said, the price went […]

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Parking problems continue to plague students on and off campus

Despite innovative attempts by Associated Students (AS) to assist students in finding parking in and around campus, those who drive to CSUN must still rely on mostly conventional methods. Among one of these innovations is a mobile app, which would have allowed students to check the exact numbers of spots available in campus parking structures […]

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Campus crime alert issued for bicycle thefts

A string of bicycle thefts that occurred between Sept. 20 and 30 prompted the CSUN Department of Police Services (PD) to issue a campus crime alert.  The bike thefts occurred outside Oviatt Library, Nordhoff Hall, Cypress Hall, Manzanita Hall and the University Park Apartments residential community. The suspects were able to cut the locks to […]

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VIDEO: CSUN students evacuated from Manzanita Hall

VIDEO: CSUN students evacuated from Manzanita Hall

  At approximately 1:30 p.m., CSUN students were evacuated from Manzanita hall due to an emergency alarm. CSUN PD investigated on what caused the alarm and students gave their initial reaction to the situation.

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Emergency alarm sounded at Manzanita Hall

Emergency alarm sounded at Manzanita Hall

  An emergency alarm was sounded in Manzanita Hall announcing students to evacuate the building at 1:30 p.m. CSUN PD arrived on scene around 1:40 p.m. to investigate. Sgt. Randy Banales of CSUN PD said a smoke alarm was activated, but there was no smoke or fire. “I don’t know what triggered it,” he said. […]

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Career Center event informs students of choices after graduation

Students interested in learning about options after they graduate, such as graduate programs attended CSUN’s annual Graduate and Professional School Information Day. Nearly 80 different schools were available to inform students looking to enter grad school, inside the University Student Union Northridge Center. The event, which was hosted by the Career Center, was held from […]

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Kids Learn Native American Traditions

Kids Learn Native American Traditions
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PHOTOS: Student and faculty families have fun

PHOTOS: Student and faculty families have fun
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AS announces hiring of branding agency to help athletics, VPAC visibility

AS announces hiring of branding agency to help athletics, VPAC visibility

  A new branding agency has been hired to improve CSUN’s visibility to the community, announced during today’s Associated Students (AS) senate meeting. 160 over 90, whose clients include UCLA, the Miami Dolphins and American Eagle Outfitters, will work with athletics and the VPAC to gain more recognition, according to Talar Alexanian, AS vice president […]

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Chicana/o Studies, EOP celebrate ‘End-Dependence Day’ with community

Chicana/o Studies, EOP celebrate ‘End-Dependence Day’ with community

  As part of the 45th anniversary of Chicana/o studies and the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), the two departments joined together Saturday to hold the annual End-Dependence Day celebration at the Chicano House. The event, which also celebrated Mexican independence day, featured food, live music, and exhibits from the departments’ 45 years history. A stage […]

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