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(Photo Story) Meet the Jishin Taiko Ensemble

Get a first-hand look at Japanese taiko drumming and how this club serves the local community
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(Photo Story) Opera program prepares for fall production

Look behind the scenes at how the casts rehearse for their opening night.
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Big Show 18 lives up to hype

Big Show 18 turnt up the campus Saturday night with A$AP Ferg and DJ Mustard.
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Chief Glavin to retire after 43 years of service

Learn about the legacy of Chief Anne Glavin of CSUN Campus Police, retiring soon from law enforcement
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Lengthy line for financial aid document deadline

A long line of students stretching to outside Bayramian Hall awaited their last opportunity to submit required documents
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Student club leads small rally speaking out against gun violence

Students for Political Decency hold rally to call on those on campus to take political action to increase gun control
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Discrimination in the workplace? It’s more likely than you think

Here is a cautionary tale from a professor at CSUN, Valerie Flugge Goyer, who has been practicing business law for over 30 years
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Writer Roxane Gay gets deep with CSUN students

With unflinching honesty and wit, the best-selling author and feminist shares slices of her life and how to grow not only as a writer, but as a person.
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AI-Jam kicks off next week

The Information Technology (IT) Department is hosting an AI-Jam for the first time at CSUN.
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CSUN Police confirm social media post with gun was a “hoax”...

Police have officially sent out a campus alert saying that the video is a "hoax" and that there is no threat to campus.
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Getting Ashes on Valentine’s Day?

Catholic couples might find Valentine's Day to be a bit difficult to celebrate this year, as it falls on what is traditionally a day of fasting and abstinence: Ash Wednesday.
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Matadors witness rare total lunar eclipse from campus

Students of various majors gathered together on campus in the early hours of the morning to watch the "Super Blue Blood Moon" - or three lunar events occurring together across North America for the first time in 152 years.
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