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Crime Blotter 4/24 – 4/30

Crime Blotter 4/24 – 4/30

Diane Roxas

May 1, 2018

Tuesday, April 24A suspect was arrested for disorderly conduct in Sequoia Hall at around 8 p.m. CSUN officers transported him to LAPD Van Nuys jail for booking.An unknown suspect stole a bicycle parked on a rack outside Chaparral Hall.A bicycle secured to a rack was stolen by an unknown suspect on the w...

CSUN Bull Ring Final Event preview

CSUN Bull Ring Final Event preview

Diane Roxas

April 19, 2018

Five teams will be competing in a “Shark Tank”-style event for the finals of this year’s Bull Ring New Venture Competition next week. Each team will have seven minutes to pitch their start-up business ideas or products in front of four judges followed by a Q&A portion.Bull Ring is a...

Crime Blotter 4/09-4/16

Crime Blotter 4/09-4/16

Diane Roxas

April 17, 2018

Monday, April 9An unknown suspect stole a bicycle that was secured to a bicycle rack at Jacaranda Hall.An unknown suspect wrote graffiti in the first floor men’s restroom of the Extended University commons using a pink marker.An unknown suspect stole a bicycle that was secured to a bicycle rack ...

Crime Blotter 4/02-4/09

Crime Blotter 4/02-4/09

Diane Roxas

April 11, 2018

Monday, April 2An unknown suspect hit a parked vehicle at the B3 parking structure and left the area without leaving their information.Tuesday, April 3Two residents of the University Park Apartment building 16 were referred for disciplinary action due to alcohol law violations.An unknown suspect dam...

Crime Blotter 3/26 – 4/2

Crime Blotter 3/26 – 4/2

Diane Roxas

April 3, 2018

Monday, March 26Two residents of the University Park Apartment building 5 were referred for disciplinary action for alcohol law violations.Tuesday, March 27A victim reported his wallet was missing at the Bookstore Complex and found that an unknown suspect has used his debit card to make a purchase.An ...

Crime Blotter 3/14-3/27

Crime Blotter 3/14-3/27

Diane Roxas

March 28, 2018

Wednesday, March 14A suspect was arrested at the B3 parking structure for unauthorized display of disable placard. The suspect was released with a notice to appear.A suspect was arrested for assaulting a victim during an altercation at the University Park Apartment building 3.During a traffic stop betwe...

California won’t fund your travel to eight states

California won’t fund your travel to eight states

Diane Roxas

March 26, 2018

CSUN’s VEX Robotics Club is traveling to Kentucky to compete in the VEX Robotics World Championships in April. This is the fourth year the club will compete in the world championship, but the first time they will tackle a travel restriction.California will not use tax payer money to fund travel to...

Crime Blotter 3/5-3/13

Crime Blotter 3/5-3/13

Diane Roxas

March 14, 2018

Monday, Mar. 5Two residents from the University Park Apartment building 19 were referred for disciplinary action due to drug law violations.An unknown suspect attempted to steal a glass dry erase board from a classroom in Manzanita Hall.Tuesday, Mar. 6A battery during a verbal altercation between two CSUN...

JADE kicks off National Eating Disorder Awareness Week with three days of events

JADE kicks off National Eating Disorder Awareness Week with three days of events

Diane Roxas

March 1, 2018

The Joint Advocates on Disordered Eating (JADE) launched a three-day event of workshops and activities starting Feb. 26 in participation of the annual National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAW).“Our goal is to spread awareness on eating disorders, promote body positivity and share with stud...

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