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The 2 sides of smoking marijuana on campus

Despite new law, marijuana is still illegal on campus
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Students and faculty protest Executive Order 1100

Students and faculty protested Executive Order 1100, would end the section in the GE that requires students to take six units in comparative cultural...
CSUN students crowd the walkways between classes

CSUN Republicans to bring more perspectives to campus

What began as a Facebook page is now possibly becoming a club on campus.
Orange grove pictured

Hotel in process of approval to be built, funding will not...

Currently going through a request for proposal process, the hotel plan has a chance to start construction August 2017.
Police surround man in CSUN parking structure

Students react to recent robberies on campus

CSUN PD has leads on the B6 parking structure robbery suspect
Art piece shows the words "Crime Blotter" above a pair of open handcuffs and a crushed beer can

Crime Blotter for September 5-11

Monday, Sept. 5 · An alleged suspect was arrested by CSUN officers for possession of marijuana and a bench warrant in the B5 parking structure....
Art piece shows the words "Crime Blotter" above a pair of open handcuffs and a crushed beer can

Crime Blotter August 29 – September 4

Monday, Aug. 29 An unknown suspect etched graffiti onto a wall in Monterey Hall. A hit-and-run occurred in the B5 parking structure when an unknown suspect...

Associated Students Fair give students a warm welcome

Students browsed through the AS fair, collecting free items and food while learning about programs.
Matador band is lined up outside of VPAC

President Harrison delivers Annual Welcome Address and Reception

President Harrison highlights student achievements and success.
Man walks away from car after parking

Parking permit prices on the rise

Difficulty of finding parking space doesn't stop fees from rising.
Students shown loading onto bus

CSUN Introduces Metro U-Pass

New program makes public transit easier for students.
2 chancellors pictured at board meeting

CFA approves tentative salary agreement

The California Faculty Association voted to accept the salary agreement that will increase faculty salaries by at least 10.5 percent.