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CSUN students accepted into competitive teaching program

Post-graduation, three CSUN students will join a competitive education program called Teach for America.

Earth Fair brings out students, staff and the community

Earth Fair brought together a variety of vendors and activities for students to enjoy.

Associated Students VP candidate asked to drop out

VP candidate Erika Villalvazo pushes for eligibility to run
csu board of trustess discuss the tuition increase

CSU Board of Trustees approves tuition increase for 2017-2018 academic year

Over the span of two days and lengthy debate, the CSU Board of Trustees has decided to approve the proposal for tuition increase for the incoming academic year.
posters say "wanted" above a drawing of timothy white followed by the script, "for violating federal immigration law, defund csu prosecute Timothy P. White #nosanctuarycampusforcriminals"

Freedom Center posters target CSU Chancellor Timothy White

The David Horowitz Freedom Center is seeking to defund sanctuary campuses, including the CSU's.
still from 2017 gradfest

Graduating seniors prepare for upcoming commencements through GradFest

Graduation is less than two months away and CSUN is beginning to prep for commencement ceremonies.
art students carry sculpted pieces around csun campus

Art pieces representing environmental issues marched to Oviatt Library

The figures on display in Manzanita Hall represent how capitalism impacts the climate changes.
photo is from Obama's meeting with Trump

Presidents, the press and what may lie ahead

A complex relationship between presidents and the media.
Man holds up a poster that says, "stop separating families"

Immigration raids raise concern

Recent immigration raids raise concern about how Trump's executive orders are impacting the undocumented community.

Terrence Clemens inspires others to overcome obstacles

The Pride Center and Africana Studies collaborated to provide a unique black perspective.
Woman wears a graduation cap that says, "special price 2002: 1,248 dollars 2012: 5,970 dollars"

New Assembly Bill will try to stall tuition increase

Sharon Quirk-Silva has introduced the bill to stall tuition increases until the 2019-2020 school year.
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