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Only one student attended the Associated Students (AS) open-forum to discuss the possibility of a new $4 student fee to fund the California State...

Students interested in improving their media literacy filled Nordhoff Hall for a panel discussion presented as part of Pivot TV’s Eyes Wide Open campaign The...

Students participated in activities to promote awareness of sustainability on campus and their everyday lives, at the Let’s Talk TRASH (Together Rise and Serve...

Parts of campus suffered another brief outage today that affected internet, wi-fi and phones. At around 9:45 a.m. students and faculty received error messages...

Corrections: Students can check out iPads at the library for free, not rent them. The iPad initiative is trying to connect to the e-text initiative, not e-tech. The MyCSUNtablet...

Associated Students senator Jesus Martinez-Ramirez suggested allocating up to $1000 for interpretive services for the play, Vagina Monologues, at the AS meeting on Monday. The...

The Commerce of Creativity Distinguished Speakers Series coordinated an event that informed aspiring actors and directors of the struggles Robert Townsend faced when trying...

The picture of an unidentified black scientist appears on the screen of a smart phone held by a young black woman wearing a labcoat....

It is no secret that attending a degree-granting university benefits students in the long run when it comes to monetary factors. But a recent study by...

As part of Black History Month, the CSUN Black Alumni Association and faculty members of the Pan-African Studies department held a talent show filled...

Experienced reporters shed light on the obstacles that journalists face when working in foreign terrain with students at a panel held on yesterday. The event...

California State University (CSU) Chancellor Timothy White made a statement in early January denouncing a controversial move by a major academic association to boycott...