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CSUN students want to hear about immigration from presidential candidates

CSUN students want to hear about immigration from presidential candidates

Meliss Arteaga

October 5, 2016

On Sept. 26, a record of 84 million television viewers tuned in to watch the 2016 presidential debate featuring Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump, according to Nielsen. CSUN students wanted to hear more about immigration and spoke about how the candidates missed major key point...

Tuesday news wrap-up

Tuesday news wrap-up

Meliss Arteaga

September 20, 2016

Local Daughter of Diana Santos, a 39-year-old who was an unintended target of a gang shooting while waiting for the bus on a Friday night in June at 83rd Street and Broadway, received a $50,000 reward in the case. A surveillance video showed the intended target running for his life. According to det...

CSUN students learn the basics of pepper spray defense, for campus safety

CSUN students learn the basics of pepper spray defense, for campus safety

Meliss Arteaga

September 15, 2016

The Department of Police Services offered CSUN students a "Basics of Pepper Spray Defense" presentation on Wednesday. Students interested in learning more about self-defense can sign up for 360 Mindset, which is a class on personal safety and all around awareness to avoid crime. Among learning...

New iOS 10 reception mixed among students

New iOS 10 reception mixed among students

Meliss Arteaga

September 14, 2016

Apple’s largest iOS release launched Tuesday night which caused social media users to rave about the changes since installing the upgrade. CSUN students, however, are on the fence about whether the update is beneficial or not.For example, there are big differences between the iPhone 5 and the i...

Water conservation efforts at CSUN

Water conservation efforts at CSUN

Meliss Arteaga

September 8, 2016

Tujunga Spreading Grounds, a water project that aims to save rainwater to aid California’s five-year drought, recently launched in August in the San Fernando Valley area. CSUN is not associated with the project despite strong efforts to implement a rainwater storage facility.   According...

Matador Couture

Matador Couture

Meliss Arteaga

September 2, 2016

Most students are seen in fresh trendy clothes during the first week of school; hardly anyone is seen with an outdated piece of wardrobe. However, Denice Castellon and Abril Preciado, seniors at CSUN, would not use the term "outdated" when it comes to pieces they do not have in their closets anymore. Some...

Memorial Honoring Keith Goldstein’s Legacy at CSUN

Memorial Honoring Keith Goldstein’s Legacy at CSUN

Meliss Arteaga

August 25, 2016

In honor of Keith Goldstein, a well respected broadcast journalist and instructor who died this spring, a memorial service will be held in October at CSUN. Many current and former journalism faculty members along with students are expected to attend the memorial which is being set up by the journalism...

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