Research program awarded $3 million for biomedical careers

CSUN is the recipient of a $3 million, five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for the Minority Access Research...

UCI closing in

Brett Lauer has made a three-point play to cut the CSUN lead to just one, 50-49, with 6:40 to go. Well CSUN hit two free...

Assemblyman creates first ever Student Action Committee

A California assemblyman is the first in U.S history to have assembled a Student Action Committee, allowing students to join his staff to discuss...

Proposition to tax California oil for education

What do schools and oil companies have in common? Nothing yet, but if a California initiative passes, taxes on one could be given to another. Initiative...

Faculty and staff targeted by fraudulent emails

CSUN’s faculty and staff have been receiving fraudulent emails from an unidentified source that aims to steal people’s personal information.Faculty and staff have responded...

Valuable movie posters on display in Manzanita Hall

With just six posters left to go, the new installation of film posters that reside in front of Armer Theater and in the corridors...

LADCP encourages community input in changing city streets

To improve mobility in the city, the Los Angeles Department of City Planning (LADCP) held workshops Saturday to obtain feedback from citizens who commute...

Thefts, burglaries, vandalism occurred during spring break

April 14, 2014- Theft of Personal Property The investigation continues for someone who stole a cellphone from a bench, at the Student Recreation Center around...

No defense

There's a lot of defense chants coming from the crowd but not much is showing on the court now. CSUN's made 4-of-5 shots, while...

CSUN students asked to think outside the grid

CSUN students are being asked to think about ways to improve current technology and to be more thoughtful about their energy use as well...

Students will protest Customs Border Patrol recruiters on campus

Students will demonstrate at the Nonprofit and Government Career Fair

Pledge denies third-party influence in local campaigns

A Los Angeles City Council candidate for the 13th District signed the People’s Pledge early February, a vow to deny independent third party contributions...