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Internet privacy rules overturned

Araceli Uribe pictured studying in the library

America Garza

April 10, 2017

President Donald Trump overturned internet privacy rules on Monday, which required broadband service providers to have consumers consent for the sale of their internet usage and data, according to the Washington Post.The rules would have prevented internet service providers such as Comcast, Verizon, and AT...

MataCare Grant aids students with financial emergency

CSUN students pictured lining up at the financial aid office

America Garza

March 7, 2017

Students in need of an emergency source of funding can now apply for the MataCare Grant through the financial aid office.The MataCare Grant was designed to help students who have exhausted all financial aid options, manage a one-time emergency expenditure such as medical care, child care, transportation or housin...

Latest Town Hall meeting presents solutions to CSUN community

Man at panel holds up rejection letter from a college

America Garza

February 11, 2017

Students, faculty, and staff took part in a lively discussion Friday afternoon on a topic that is central to the university's mission of serving a traditionally underserved student population."What You Call It Matters: The Opportunity Gaps at CSUN" was the latest installment in a Town Hall series th...

Campus communities unite for student veterans

A group of runners pass university drive

America Garza

November 7, 2016

Veterans and campus allies laced up their running shoes Sunday morning in support of CSUN's student veterans at Sigma Tau Alpha’s first 5k Fun Run and raised over $1,200 for a veterans mental health cause in the process.Runners were given a U.S. flag at the end of the three-mile course, which was...

CSUN to welcome 80 new faculty in fall semester

The Sundial / File Photo

America Garza

July 31, 2015

As CSUN prepares to welcome a freshman class of students, the university’s other group of freshman also await the fall semester’s first day of instruction. The university’s new faculty hires, about 80 in total, were brought on as part of the CSU’s plan to increase tenure faculty in the years...

Hearing for Abdullah Alkadi murder case rescheduled for the third time

Abdullah Alkadi was last seen on Sept. 17 near his home in the 9900 block of Reseda Boulevard in Northridge.

America Garza

July 1, 2015

Defense attorney’s for a Long Beach man accused of murdering 23-year-old CSUN student Abdullah Alkadi, was granted another postponement during the suspect’s appearance in the Los Angeles Superior Court this morning. Agustin Rosendo Fernandez, 28, who was arrested and charged with the murder o...

Search for CSUN’s next Provost continues

Photo by Venessa Munoz

America Garza

May 27, 2015

Candidates for the position of Provost and Vice President were invited to meet with the CSUN community last week as part of the selection process that will determine the university’s next chief academic officer. Former Provost Harry Hellenbrand, stepped down from the position at the end of the 2014-2015...

Supreme Court hears opening arguments from opponents, supports of gay marriage

America Garza

April 29, 2015

The Supreme Court heard opening arguments today from opponents and supporters of same-sex marriage in what will be their most decisive ruling on gay marriage since striking down the Defense of Marriage Act in 2013. The case being argued before the court is whether individual states have the power to ...

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