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Learn about the legacy of Chief Anne Glavin of CSUN Campus Police, retiring soon from law enforcement
A long line of students stretching to outside Bayramian Hall awaited their last opportunity to submit required documents
Students for Political Decency hold rally to call on those on campus to take political action to increase gun control
Here is a cautionary tale from a professor at CSUN, Valerie Flugge Goyer, who has been practicing business law for over 30 years
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.
The Information Technology (IT) Department is hosting an AI-Jam for the first time at CSUN.
Police have officially sent out a campus alert saying that the video is a "hoax" and that there is no threat to campus.
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.
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.
Three CTVA Golden Globe interns share their first-hand experience of the red carpet and responsibility for the official social media feeds on Jan. 7, 2018.
Female students, staff and members of the community all joined together for a 4-day basic self-defense workshop offered by the CSUN Department of Police Services, located on campus at the corner of Darby Avenue and Prairie.