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KCSN News Update: A CBS News poll reveals that 85 percent of Americans disapprove of the way Congress does its job

  The following stories will be covered tonight on KCSN: A CBS News poll reveals that 85 percent of Americans disapprove of the way Congress does its job. A study explores whether state and federal judges can be influenced by partisan campaign donations. High profile suicides have brought the public’s attention to cyberbullying, but there are […]

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Win a prize for the best Halloween costume at the Pub

Students and friends can stop by The Pub, located in the USU, Thursday Oct. 31, to participate in their first annual Halloween Costume contest before heading off to their own Halloween adventures. Starting at 5 p.m., judges will decide which students have the best costume from three different categories; scariest, most amusing and most unique, […]

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Matador Community Credit Union urge students to participate in photo contest for a prize

The Matadors Community Credit Union (MCCU) will begin accepting entries from members and non-members for a photo/video contest beginning Nov.1. The winner will receive $250 and $100 will be awarded to the second place. The MCCU is a not-for-profit financial institution that provides free checking accounts, college checking accounts, over 30,000 atms nationwide, online services […]

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CSUN celebrates groundbreaking ceremony for new freshmen suites

CSUN celebrates groundbreaking ceremony for new freshmen suites

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the second phase of the two freshman suites that are being built in what was once the F8 parking lot in the University Park Apartments. The new suites are expected to open by 2015 and will be located outside of Hawthorne Hall and Pinon Hall. Students […]

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College students are struggling to pay back their loans

Bills congest Ulises Hernandez’s mailbox. He is behind four months on student loan payments and the idea of collection calls haunt his dreams. Hernandez graduated in spring 2011 from Cal State Northridge with a degree in Kinesiology. His direct subsidized loan demands that he begin paying back his loans six months after graduation. Hernandez is […]

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KCSN News Update: For Halloween trick or treating, it is recommended that parents create a specific route in advance and make sure their children don’t stray from it

The following stories will be covered tonight on KCSN: Eight states, including California, are pledging to make infrastructure changes that would help put three million zero emission vehicles on the roadways by 2025. The new Common Core education standards in California are aimed at developing critical thinking skills. More than a million children are seen in […]

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Dreamers continue to fight for immigration rights and reform

Dreamers continue to fight for immigration rights and reform

A group of nine undocumented individuals from the U.S. voluntarily crossed the border into Mexico this past summer to protest U.S. deportation policies and to help urge the passing of the Dream Act, a federal policy that, if passed, will provide a pathway to citizenship to those who were brought to the U.S. as children […]

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A.S. approves resolution to provide healthcare information to campus community

A.S. approves resolution to provide healthcare information to campus community

CSUN Associated Students (A.S.) approved a resolution to provide the campus community with more information on new healthcare options available for both students and their families. During this week’s A.S. meeting, Vice President Talar Alexanian felt that students on campus should become more aware of resources available to them under the new Affordable Care Act […]

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Garage band-themed Student Showcase sold-out

This Wednesday a variety of talent from the CSUN community will perform during the sold-out annual Student Showcase at 7 p.m.   Last year 10 acts participated in the showcase,  and this year 11 acts will participate.  USU Events Supervisor Audrey Martinez explained that this year’s event features music, dance and poetry performances. There will […]

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KCSN News Update: A new study says nearly 6 million young Americans aged 16 to 24 are no longer in school and haven’t found employment

The following stories will be covered tonight on KCSN: A new study says nearly 6 million young Americans aged 16 to 24 are no longer in school and haven’t found employment. Nearly 80 percent of working Americans over the age of 50 say it is likely they will continue to stay on the job to meet […]

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Obamacare website malfunctions cause further confusion for Americans

Obamacare website malfunctions cause further confusion for Americans

At a time of controversy and confusion surrounding “Obamacare” and the malfunctioning federal health care website, representatives from the CSU Health Insurance Education Project  (HIEP) will be holding forums on campus this week to teach students how to access Covered California. The White House announced Friday that it will fix the severe technical problems troubling […]

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Nearly 170 students attend 1920s-themed Murder Mystery Dinner Show

Nearly 170 students attend 1920s-themed Murder Mystery Dinner Show

Nearly 170 students traveled through time to the 1920s Friday night at the annual Murder Mystery Dinner Show. The yearly event sold out and was glamorized into the prohibition era. Think “Great Gatsby.” The Northridge Center was turned into a lively speakeasy called the Switchfoot. The improvised show was performed in front of a live […]

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