Crime Blotter 4/09-4/16

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Monday, April 9An unknown suspect stole a bicycle that was secured to a bicycle rack at Jacaranda Hall.An unknown suspect wrote graffiti in the...

The cost of nature

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Increase in national parks entrance fees reconsidered

CSUN’s new parking system stalled

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A new parking guidance system expected to roll out spring semester will have to wait until fall.

Crime Blotter 4/02-4/09

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Monday, April 2An unknown suspect hit a parked vehicle at the B3 parking structure and left the area without leaving their information.Tuesday, April 3Two...

Why is there a new window on the side of Sierra...

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A strange red window at Sierra Hall seems shrouded in secrecy

Anonymous Instagram account targets A.S. candidates

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An anonymous Instagram page made negative accusations against candidates during the A.S. elections.

Election code changed following candidate disqualification

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Following the disqualification of Diana Vicente, A.S. has changed the election code to provide specifications for those eligible to run

A.S. Chair of Clubs and Organizations offered position on search committee...

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The search for a new athletics director has begun

What you might not know about CSUN

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Not everything about CSUN is in the catalog.

Matador Movement wins A.S. election despite Diana Vicente disqualification

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The Matador Movement's original presidential candidate Diana Vicente was disqualified from the election. The slate won with her replacement, Beverly Ntagu, on the ballot.

New LimeBike update enforces “red areas”

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Contract regulations between CSUN and LimeBike now enforce "red zones", notifying students where they can and cannot park their rental bike.

Ntagu and Merida elected A.S. President and VP

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Associated Students welcomes its new president and vice president