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Abdullah Alkadi was last seen on Sept. 17 near his home in the 9900 block of Reseda Boulevard in Northridge.

Man charged in CSUN student’s death to appear in court

Michael Arvizu December 6, 2015

After two days of deliberations by the defense and prosecution, the man accused of killing CSUN student Abdullah Alkadi will be arraigned in Los Angeles Superior Court in San Fernando, setting the stage...

Hearing to decide status of man accused in Abdullah Alkadis death

Hearing to decide status of man accused in Abdullah Alkadi’s death

Michael Arvizu December 3, 2015

Witnesses who took the stand for the prosecution and defense during a roughly five-hour hearing on Thursday revealed for the first time details about CSUN student Abdullah Alkadi’s death and the arrest...

Associated Students meeting wrap-up

Michael Arvizu September 14, 2015

CSUN Associated Students further solidified its stance on providing a smoke and tobacco-free campus when it unanimously voted on Monday morning, to rescind a contradictory 2011 smoking policy. The 2011...

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President Harrison delivers fall welcome address

Michael Arvizu August 24, 2015

Enrollment, social justice, sustainability and CSUN’s status as a smoke-and tobacco-free campus were just some of the topics raised by university President Dianne F. Harrison as she gave her fall welcome...

Incoming Latino transfer students listened while  in a workshop called, Im new here, beginning the transfer process. The workshop took place in the Flintridge Room. Emily Pierce/Photographer

Event for transferring students lends a hand to help find the right college

Michael Arvizu May 6, 2015

CSUN Raza Transfer Day, hosted on May 2 by the Chicano/a Graduate Student Association, is an event held each year with the hope of providing students with the tools necessary to successfully transfer to...

CSUN is able to keep the Orange Grove pond and several other campus fountains active while meeting the water quota. (Trevor Stamp / Multimedia Editor)

Water usage at CSUN comes into question as drought persists

Michael Arvizu April 22, 2015

With a student population numbering this semester at over 36,000 students, the very notion of water conservation on campus may seem far-fetched — even impossible. But a series of present and future...

CSUN student Joselyn Cano and her daughter, Emily, 3, pet Django, belonging to Crescent City Police Department officer Aaron King. Photo credit: Michael Arvizu

Campus gets acquainted with CSUN PD’s K-9 unit

Michael Arvizu April 15, 2015

The CSUN Department of Police Services hosted a multi-agency police dog demonstration where members of the public and CSUN students got to meet and pet the dogs, in front of Bayramian Hall Wednesday afternoon. “People...

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti delivers his State of the City speech at the Valley Performing Arts Center on April 14. Photo credit: Matthew Delgado

Garcetti announces earthquake initiative in State of the City Address at VPAC

Michael Arvizu April 14, 2015

Standing on the stage of the Valley Performing Arts Center at CSUN, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti gave his second State of the City address, where he outlined numerous improvement campaigns in areas...

Los Angeles Dodgers legend Tommy Lasorda visited CSUN during the Matadors baseball game against UC Santa Barbara on Saturday, April 11. Photo credit: Michael Arvizu

Tommy Lasorda stops by CSUN for meet-and-greet

Michael Arvizu April 14, 2015

Tommy Lasorda is regarded as a legendary player, coach and manager. In his 19-year capacity as manager after being a pitcher for the Dodgers in the mid-1950s, Lasorda led the team to two World Series...

High school students participate in caucuses during the 17th annual MEChA de CSUN Raza Youth Conference on Saturday, March 28, 2015. Photo credit: Michael Arvizu

MEChA encourages higher education with 17th annual Raza Youth Conference

Michael Arvizu March 30, 2015

For a time, graduating high school and going to college was the last thing on Kevin Herrera and Bryant Sandoval’s minds. Herrera, an 11th grader at Maya Angelou High School in South Central Los Angeles...

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HealthCare.gov tax form mistake will not prevent students from receiving federal student aid

Michael Arvizu March 10, 2015

Students who filed their 2015-2016 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) paperwork before or on the March 2 state deadline are not at risk of losing their financial aid due to erroneous tax...

LGBTQ Awareness training may be revamped due to low attendance

Michael Arvizu February 17, 2015

Although Tuesday morning’s Pride Center LGBTQ Awareness training session saw zero attendance by CSUN students, Sarina Loeb, Pride Center and LGBTQ initiatives coordinator, encourages students to consider...

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