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Dorm assault, first reported incident of March

Dorm assault, first reported incident of March

Anthony Martinez

March 14, 2017

It was reported last week that a known suspect assaulted someone in the dorms around 5 p.m. on March 8. The report was recorded on March 9 in the police department’s daily crime log. There is no further information on the incident since the case investigation is ongoing, according to Christina...

Crime blotter March 6 – March 13

Crime blotter March 6 – March 13

Anthony Martinez

March 13, 2017

Monday, March 6 A dorm resident was referred for a drug-law violation from March 4. An unknown suspect broke into a locker in the women’s locker room in Redwood Hall and took a wallet from inside. An unknown suspect broke into two lockers in a Cypress Hall practice room. The locker contents w...

Crime blotter Feb. 27 – March 5

Crime blotter Feb. 27 – March 5

Anthony Martinez

March 7, 2017

Monday, Feb. 27An unknown suspect stole shoes, gloves and headphones from a bench in the SRC. The belongings were left unattended. A backpack was reported stolen later in the day from the men’s first floor locker room.Between Feb. 24 and Feb. 27, a bike was stolen from a bike rack near the dorm...

Crime blotter Feb. 16 – Feb. 26

Crime blotter Feb. 16 – Feb. 26

Anthony Martinez

February 27, 2017

Thursday, Feb. 16 It was reported on Feb. 15 that an unknown suspect used chalk to write graffiti on the Sierra Quad sidewalk. It was reported on Feb. 15 that an unsecured bike was stolen near the SRC. Three dorm residents were referred for drug and alcohol law violations which were recorded on Dec. 18...

Students celebrate upcoming Kuwait National and Liberation Days

Students celebrate upcoming Kuwait National and Liberation Days

Anthony Martinez

February 23, 2017

Students gathered at the lawn between the Matador Bookstore Complex and Santa Susana Hall earlier today to celebrate the upcoming Kuwait National and Liberation Days on Feb. 25 and 26 respectively. This was the first year the club had a National and Liberation Day gathering on campus since the it was...

The rise of a visual-based language

The rise of a visual-based language

Anthony Martinez

February 21, 2017

In a digital age with more technology-based communication, one language has been adapted to suit the modern world’s ever-changing means of relaying information. This language does not contain any letters to form words, but consists solely of symbols called emoji. Through emoji, people are able to ...

Crime blotter Feb.13 – Feb.15

Crime blotter Feb.13 – Feb.15

Anthony Martinez

February 16, 2017

Monday, Feb. 13 An unknown suspect hit a victim’s car and fled on Feb. 8. The victim is not sure whether their car was hit in the G3 parking structure or F5 lot. Tuesday, Feb. 14 An unknown suspect stole a golf cart from campus. The LAPD Mission Division recovered the cart. An unknown ...

Crime blotter Feb. 6 – 12

Crime blotter Feb. 6 – 12

Anthony Martinez

February 13, 2017

Monday, Feb. 6An unknown suspect hit a vehicle in the B3 parking structure and fled the area. Tuesday, Feb. 7An unknown suspect wrote graffiti on a dumpster near the Oviatt Library. The suspect used blue and yellow marker.A pair of headphones was stolen from an office in Manzanita Hall. Wednesday, F...

Crime blotter: Jan. 30 – Feb. 6

Crime blotter: Jan. 30 – Feb. 6

Anthony Martinez

February 7, 2017

Monday, Jan. 30 A front license plate was stolen from a vehicle in the B6 parking lot. Tuesday, Jan. 31 A man flashed his genitals to a victim after starting a conversation with her in the Oviatt Library. Wednesday, Feb. 1 A dorm resident was referred for an alcohol-law violation from November. An unknown suspect broke a vict...

Crime blotter January 23 – 29

Crime blotter January 23 – 29

Anthony Martinez

January 30, 2017

Wednesday, Jan. 25 It was reported that a secured bicycle was stolen from the dorms over the winter break. A bicycle was stolen from the University Village during the winter break. The bike was left unsecured in a storage area. It was reported that a resident of the dorms was referred for disciplinar...

Crime Blotter: January 16-22

Crime Blotter: January 16-22

Anthony Martinez

January 23, 2017

Monday, Jan. 16 A trash can, trash bin, and cement stand were vandalized with a black marker near Zelzah Ave. and Plummer Street. An unknown suspect used a white crayon to vandalize an iron fence at UPA 12. Tuesday, Jan. 17 A man spat on a woman as they were walking past each other. The man was last seen by Santa...

Crime Blotter: January 9 – 15

Crime Blotter: January 9 – 15

Anthony Martinez

January 17, 2017

Monday, Jan. 9- An unknown suspect hit a road sign near Lindley Avenue and Plummer Street.- An unknown suspect broke the latch to UPA 14's southwest gate.Tuesday, Jan. 10- It was reported that a WiFi router was stolen from UPA 6. It was later determined that the router was picked up by a CSUN staff me...

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