Crime Blotter 10/9 – 10/16

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Tuesday, Oct. 9 A hit-and-run occurred when an unknown suspect hit a vehicle while she was turning into Parking Lot G4 at 9:20 a.m. It was...

Alumni celebrate CSUN’s 60th anniversary

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CSUN celebrates 60th anniversary with a grand picnic celebration.

Submissions open for San Fernando Valley Award for Fiction

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The Friends of the Oviatt Library are calling all authors to submit original works of fiction pertaining to the San Fernando Valley.

Learning more about CSUN’s Associated Students president

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Get to know Beverly Ntagu, our 2018 Associated Students president.

Crime Blotter 9/29 – 10/8

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Saturday, Sept. 29Officers advised two individuals about the campus skateboarding policy at the USU.A male was driving his motorcycle recklessly then fled the intersection...

Students walk out of meeting with CSU chancellor

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Student protesters read a list of demands before walking out of a panel discussion with CSU Chancellor Timothy White.

Crime Blotter 9/18 – 9/28

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Tuesday, Sept. 18It was reported that on Sept. 17, a parked vehicle was hit by an unknown suspect who didn't leave their information at...

Students protest and demand resignations

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Student protesters led a group of over 200 students and faculty in a campus-wide walkout.

Students share their textbook preferences

Despite new studies revealing students seem to prefer textbooks in the print form over digital, some CSUN students read differently.

Students plan to walkout on Thursday

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“You excluded us from the conversation, how can you say you represent us?”

Councilwomen turn out to speak at new Oviatt Library Exhibition

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Councilwomen discuss gender issues at the Grand Opening of "What She Said: 100 years of Women's Civic and Community Engagement" at the Oviatt Library.

Former local Catholic priest arrest sparks conversation

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The religious community on and near campus share concerns brought up by the recent arrest of a priest from a nearby parish.
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