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Crime Blotter for September 5-11

Crime Blotter for September 5-11

Samantha Gullikson

September 12, 2016

Monday, Sept. 5 · An alleged suspect was arrested by CSUN officers for possession of marijuana and a bench warrant in the B5 parking structure. The alleged suspect was taken to LAPD Van Nuys jail for booking. Tuesday, Sept. 6 · An electric cart was stolen from Juniper Hall by an unknown su...

CSUN Remembers Brad MacInnes

CSUN Remembers Brad MacInnes

Samantha Gullikson

September 11, 2016

Chris Villaster woke up on the morning of August 26, by a ring. He checked his phone only to see it was Horizon Poudel, Villaster’s ‘big bro’ in the CSUN chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. When he answered the phone, Poudel asked him if he was sitting down. Poudel told him another member...

Public Health Warning Issued For ‘Spice’

Public Health Warning Issued For ‘Spice’

Samantha Gullikson

September 7, 2016

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) issued a warning about Spice, a synthetic cannabinoid, after several people fell ill from presumably overdosing on the drug. According to ABC7, 18 people appeared to have overdosed on Spice on Skid Row during August 22, and 14 of them were ta...

Matadors met up to Meet the Clubs

Matadors met up to Meet the Clubs

Samantha Gullikson

September 6, 2016

A mass of students gathered at the Sierra Quad for the first day of CSUN's Meet the Clubs today. The event allowed students to explore many of the organizations involved on campus. We spoke to some of the clubs at the event to get some insight on them. [View the story "Matadors met up to Meet the Clubs" on Storify]...

Crime Blotter August 29 – September 4

Crime Blotter August 29 – September 4

Samantha Gullikson

September 5, 2016

Monday, Aug. 29 An unknown suspect etched graffiti onto a wall in Monterey Hall. A hit-and-run occurred in the B5 parking structure when an unknown suspect failed to report the collision with another vehicle. Tuesday, Aug. 30 A key was stolen from an unattended key ring left in Matador Hall. An unkn...

Varsity Gay League Brings a Community to Players

Varsity Gay League Brings a Community to Players

Samantha Gullikson

September 3, 2016

Founded in 2007, Varsity Gay League (VGL) has helped create an outlet for social and physical activities for the past nine years. Owner and VGL founder Will Hackner said he started the league because he and his friends wanted something to do besides go out to bars. “I went out one night to Fiesta...

Crime Blotter August 22-28

Crime Blotter August 22-28

Samantha Gullikson

August 29, 2016

Monday, August 22ndAn unknown suspect failed to leave identification after colliding with a vehicle in the G3 parking structure.Tuesday, August 23rdBlack paint was used to vandalize a power box near the tennis courts. The suspect is currently unknown.A hit-and-run occurred in the G3 parking structure when an unknown ...

CSUN Introduces Metro U-Pass

CSUN Introduces Metro U-Pass

Samantha Gullikson

August 25, 2016

Metro has partnered with CSUN to introduce Metro’s Universal College Student Transit Pass, also known as a U-Pass, this fall semester. The U-Pass costs $95 for the fall semester and allows students unlimited rides on Metro buses and rail lines from the beginning of fall to the end of winter break. Students...

Crime Blotter for August 15-21

Crime Blotter for August 15-21

Samantha Gullikson

August 22, 2016

Monday, August 15 · An unknown alleged suspect stole a CSUN parking permit from an unlocked vehicle north of Oviatt Library. · A vehicle's tire was punctured in the F5 parking lot by an unknown alleged suspect.   Tuesday, August 16 · Unknown alleged suspect(s) ripped a toilet ...

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