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Spring 2014 graduation may combine college ceremonies and limit attendees, parking with ticketing system

Spring 2014 graduation may combine college ceremonies and limit attendees, parking with ticketing system

For the first time in over 10 years, CSUN is considering to put a limit on the number of guests each graduating student can bring to their commencement ceremony in 2014 as well as limiting the amount of parking that will be available. While changes are not yet finalized, guests will have to be ticket […]

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Halloween costume competition gets spooky at the Pub Sports Grill

Halloween costume competition gets spooky at the Pub Sports Grill

Covered in a black cape costume and a white mask, the winner of the CSUN Pub Sports Grill Halloween Costume Competition put attendees in the spirit of Halloween. A loud applause erupted in The Pub Thursday evening when the winning costume was presented on stage. Arianna Chiriff, 20, majoring in animation, walked slowly onto stage […]

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CSUN student charged with filing fake police report

The Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office has charged a CSUN student with filing a false police report claiming she awoke to a man standing above her touching her bare leg, earlier this month. According to the press release, after CSUN PD investigated the crime they concluded that no crime had been committed and requested the […]

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KCSN News Update: Elevated unemployment and rising housing costs are making it difficult for some families to pay the rent

  The following stories will be covered tonight on KCSN: The ACLU says police departments are gathering millions of digital records on the location and movement of Americans by using license plate scanners. Elevated unemployment and rising housing costs are making it difficult for some families to pay the rent. Older workers generally have already climbed […]

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Student suffers seizure in Oviatt Library

Student suffers seizure in Oviatt Library

The LA Fire Department responded to a student who reportedly suffered a seizure on the third floor of the Oviatt Library. The incident occurred Thursday at 2:52 p.m. When paramedics arrived at the scene, the male student was lying down on the floor next to a study room. Paramedics responded to the incident at the […]

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Another suspect snaps picture of victim using the restroom

Campus police are searching for a suspect who entered the women’s restroom on the first floor of Manzanita Hall and snapped a photo of a woman using the bathroom Wednesday night. The suspect allegedly stood in front of the stall, reached over the door,  and took photos or a possible video of the victim before […]

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Spoken word artist took home the grand prize at CSUN’S Student Showcase

Spoken word artist took home the grand prize at CSUN’S Student Showcase

Comedian Chris Spencer hosted CSUN’s 12th annual Student Showcase as poets, steppers, and musicians graced the stage and wowed the audience on Wednesday night in the USU Plaza del Sol Performance Hall. Michael Roberts, 20, a junior studying psychology came to support CSUN Hip Hop and was pleasantly surprised. “The show was very diverse, act […]

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KCSN News Update: At public four year colleges and universities, the average price for tuition and fees rose two point nine percent this year

The following stories will be covered tonight on KCSN: At public four year colleges and universities, the average price for tuition and fees rose two point nine percent this year. During a job interview, candidates must ensure that they are familiar with the industry they are applying for and need to be prepared to answer tough […]

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Brown Center 10th anniversary this Saturday

The Brown Center for Adaptive Aquatic Therapy will be celebrating its 10 year anniversary this Saturday. The 18,400-square-foot center opened its doors in 2003 with the expectation of the helping people with physical challenges. It began as just an addition to the Center of Achievement (COA) through Adaptive Physical Therapy, which has been open since […]

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Chicano Studies Department “Dia de los Muertos” celebration to begin Thursday

Me.E.Ch.A de CSUN and the Chicano Studies Department will have their annual Dia de los Muertos celebration on Thursday and Friday. The two-day celebration is based on tradition, beginning with the Noche de Ofrenda on Thursday night. Those who made altars to remember those they have lost will be able to share their story in […]

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Activists urge students to care about immigration reform policies

Activists urge students to care about immigration reform policies

Each wearing a cap and gown, 30 undocumented immigrants boldly walked up to a legal port of entry in Texas, determined to return to the place they grew up after voluntarily crossing into Mexico to visit their families. Being questioned as to where they were going, they respond with no hesitation, “home.” “As you’re walking […]

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CFA shows film attacking higher education for Equity Week

CFA shows film attacking higher education for Equity Week

Students got an eye-opening look at the for-profit college system and its impact on higher education Wednesday as they filled the Kurland Lecture Hall of the Valley Performing Arts Center to see “For Profit.” The film was presented for the inaugural Campus Equity Week at CSUN. “For Profit” is a film version of a one-man […]

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