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Public transit measure to benefit CSUN students in upcoming years

Students board the city bus

ariana duenas

August 4, 2016

The CSUN community has struggled with commutes due to the lack of transportation options, but a possible solution to the problem was recently included in the Los Angeles County Traffic Plan. The decision comes after the Metro Board of Directors voted in favor of adding a rapid transit line in th...

Students plan to deliver formal response, march for new director of EOP

Shiva Parsa speaks at podium

ariana duenas

May 12, 2016

Members of the Educational Opportunity Programs, along with other community members will march to University Hall today at 3 p.m., requesting that the CSUN administration appoint current Associate Director Shiva Parsa as interim director of EOP. After the passing of EOP director José Luis Vargas, some studen...

Graduation seats reserved for angry geese

Goose pictured outside CSUN building

ariana duenas

May 10, 2016

The geese that have been patrolling the doorway of the Live Oak Hall for over a month, may now interrupt the upcoming graduation festivities. Although, CSUN's Physical Plant Management has placed a fence and signs around the area, anyone can be prone to the attacks. The geese have laid eggs in...

CSUN experienced power outage

Photo of The Valley of Performing Arts Center

ariana duenas

April 15, 2016

CSUN experienced a power outage today, but the campus remained open and continued to operate, according to an e-mail sent by police services. Campus officials worked with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) to identify and rectify the issue. Power was then restored after a few hours...

Streets to avoid when President Obama returns to Los Angeles today, tomorrow

President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama depart Air Force One at San Bernardino International Airport to meet privately with the families of the victims of the San Bernardino terrorist attack, on Friday, Dec. 18, 2015. (Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

ariana duenas

February 11, 2016

With President Barack Obama set to visit the Southland today, motorists in select parts of town should anticipate traffic delays to accommodate the presidential motorcade.Specific details of the president's travels are never made public, but police often provide general information about areas motorists...

Northridge man barricades himself in home

ariana duenas

January 15, 2016

Los Angeles police SWAT officers fired tear gas into a Northridge home Thursday night, flushing out seven people in whom they had no interest and detaining the suspect. They were seeking a man wanted for an alleged parole violation, police said. "Seven people, plus the suspect, were eventually...

Crime blotter for Nov.16 to Nov. 19

Crime Blotter banner. This illustration depicts a pair of handcuffs with one of them open and unlocked. There is also a crushed can with its contents spilled out on the floor.

ariana duenas

November 23, 2015

Monday, Nov. 16 An unknown female suspect pushed the victim after being denied entry into the housing complex. The suspect refused to follow housing check in procedures, according to the crime log archive. The incident is still under investigation. Tuesday, Nov. 17 A secured bicycle was stole...

More than 100 dead in Paris attack

Medics stand by victims in a Paris restaurant on Nov. 13, 2015, after a reported shootout. (Maxppp/Zuma Press/TNS)

ariana duenas

November 13, 2015

Over 100 people were killed Friday night in a series of shootings and explosions across Paris according to French officials. French President Francois Hollande declared a state of emergency across France, closing its borders after dozens were killed during the attacks. "It’s a terrible ordeal that has once again been afflicted on us. We know where it comes from, who these criminals and terro...

Africana Studies department celebrates its 46th anniversary

ariana duenas

November 2, 2015

CSUN's Department of Africana Studies will celebrate its 46th anniversary with a week-long event starting on Nov. 2-6. The celebration commemorates 46 years of commitment to supporting the rich, dynamic and enduring nature of the African world experience.Students and faculty members will be able to pay t...

Beat the Blues Week to promote student wellness at CSUN

Lindsay Ibarra (Left), 20, a public health promotion major and Roxanna Peza (Right), 20, a biology major, speak to University Counseling Services at the 2013 'Beat the Blues event.'  Photo credit: File Photo/ The Sundial

ariana duenas

November 2, 2015

Members of the Blues Projects will host the "Beat the Blues Week" event from Nov. 2-5 to promote student wellness. The week-long series of events and activities aim to raise awareness of depression, prevent suicide and ensure students health. Students will have the opportunity to attend to free...

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