Physics class canceled, tests are postponed

109 students get four more days after test is rescheduled.

CSUN student shares experience of Las Vegas shooting

Jesse Heyer, CSUN student, was present during the Las Vegas massacre last Sunday, Oct. 1.

CSUN META Lab students get connected with LinkedIn

Students who connected through professional networking site, LinkedIn, got invited to connect in person for free

Lack of Metrolink reliability begins to weigh on students

Metrolink cancellations and delays frustrating for students.

University confirms Las Vegas shooter was a CSUN alumnus

Stephen Paddock graduated from CSUN in 1977

Crime Blotter 9/22-9/28

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Friday, Sept. 22A bike with a lock on the front wheel was stolen near the F9 parking lot.Monday, Sept. 25There is a search for...

Founder of Dermalogica speaks about not giving up

CSUN welcomes Jane Wurwand to talk about her life and how she succeeded in her business

The importance of food science

Faculty and students explain what food science is about.

EOP celebrates 48 years of existence in the CSU system

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The potential and community EOP provides for others

CSUN faculty senate votes to not comply with Executive Order 1100

The CSUN faculty senate voted Thursday to not comply with Executive Order 1100. The order would have eliminated a portion of the general education requirement that...

CSUN may not be affected by Title IX decision

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Title IX is in an interesting situation as President Harrison has said she is dedicated to Title IX despite Education Secretary Betsy DeVos decision to do away with key parts of the initiative.

Life After Hurricane Harvey, Irma, Maria and Jose

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It’s been several rough weeks for so many dealing with these hurricanes.