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Crime Blotter 2/6-2/12

Crime Blotter 2/6-2/12

Tamara Syed

February 14, 2018

Wednesday, Feb. 7 - Witnesses reported a suspect smoking in a car the last two days violating the smoke free campus regulation. The suspect left the location before officer's arrived. White graffiti was discovered on the storage bin door in the third floor men's restroom in Chaparral Hall; the suspe...

Film industry leaders host discussion on women in entertainment

Film industry leaders host discussion on women in entertainment

Tamara Syed

February 13, 2018

The Department of Cinema and Television Arts hosted a panel titled “Women in Film and Television: Creating Paths, Sustaining Careers” featuring industry leaders and CSUN alumni at the Armer screening room on Wednesday.Creating a safe space for women in the business opened the night’s talks, &#...

The Secret Society of the Sisterhood: “Reclaiming My Time”

The Secret Society of the Sisterhood: “Reclaiming My Time”

Tamara Syed

February 5, 2018

Silence filled the dark room as red hooded cloaks floated towards the stage, each individual lit a candelabra and took their seats on ornate velvet thrones. Removing their hoods, the society was now in session. The Secret Society of the Sisterhood held its first monthly congregation at the Masonic Lod...

Most dangerous California intersection is in Northridge, study says

Most dangerous California intersection is in Northridge, study says

Tamara Syed

January 30, 2018

Los Angeles holds about half of the most dangerous intersections in California and two of the top three are located in Northridge according to a new study. The study's findings by the personal injury law firm Estey & Bomberger declares Devonshire Street and Reseda Boulevard as the most dangerou...

Health insurance enrollment deadline approaches

Health insurance enrollment deadline approaches

Tamara Syed

January 30, 2018

The open enrollment deadline for health insurance in California ends Jan. 31 through Covered California, the health insurance marketplace.According to Young Invincibles, a non-profit organization dedicated to health care education and reform, 2.8 million Californians are still without health insurance...

Muslim Students On Campus Face Pressures to Assimilate to Western Ideals

Muslim Students On Campus Face Pressures to Assimilate to Western Ideals

Tamara Syed

October 16, 2017

In the wake of the Muslim travel ban, anti-Sharia protests and President Trump’s Islamophobic rhetoric, the Muslim population has been increasingly isolated and pressured to assimilate to Western ideals. “I don’t think I felt afraid to be Muslim until President Trump,” Aisha Razzaq, a Communicative...

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