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NCAA says academic fraud is the reason for men’s basketball’s self-imposed ban

man pictured looks mildly angry

Kendall Faulkner

December 7, 2016

As of this morning, the NCAA has announced that last season's self-imposed ban by the CSUN men's basketball team was based on academic fraud. In addition to upholding the self-imposed ban, the NCAA also placed CSUN under three years of probation until Dec. 7, 2019, according to Nick Bocanegra, the ...

CSUN student receives threatening email

Police officers gather around student in the parking garage

Josue Aguilar

November 10, 2016

It was reported on the CSUN PD police scanner that a woman attending the Students of Color Coalition meeting, received a threatening email. In the email, it was stated that an individual would bring weapons. The students who attended the meeting had to be escorted by police. *This article will...

Campus protest following presidential election

Students march in protest of Trump's election holding up Mexican flag

Dede Ogbueze

November 9, 2016

Over 100 Students marched through the Oviatt lawn Wednesday afternoon to protest  the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States. The protest began with approximately 20 students gathered atop the steps of the Oviatt Library, but as the chants and marching began to fill...

Trump Triumphs

Trump speaks at campaign rally

Josue Aguilar

November 9, 2016

Republican candidate Donald J. Trump has been projected as the 45th President of the United States. According to L.A. Times, the final projected numbers show that Trump is ahead with 276 electoral votes over Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. The general election wasn't the only concern for California...

Multiple assaults reported at dorms

photo shows CSUN police services building

Samantha Gullikson

November 3, 2016

Three incidents of sexual assault at the dorms have been reported since Oct. 12.The first of the incidents was reported to have occurred on Sep. 30. The victim reported knowing the alleged assailant and that the assault occurred after the two attended a party together.A second incident, much like the fi...

CSUN PD still investigating the sexual assaults of two students

Police officers gather around student in parking garage

Elizabeth Vazquez

November 2, 2016

According to the CSUN police crime log, there was a sexual assault that was reported yesterday, which occurred on Nov. 1 at 2 a.m. The victim met the suspect at an off-campus party. They later returned to the CSUN dorms where the sexual assault occurred. CSUN police are currently investigating...

Senatorial candidates Kamala Harris and Loretta Sanchez visit CSUN as election draws near

Photo shows Kamala Harris and Loretta Sanchez

Blaise Scemama

November 1, 2016

Democratic representative Loretta Sanchez and Attorney General Kamala Harris visited CSUN today to speak to students and community members about policy issues, ranging from student debt to immigration reform. Both candidates are seeking to fill the senate seat which long time senator Barbara Boxer...

Attempted kidnapping reported to be ‘unfounded’

outside of police department services building

Michele Rodriguez

October 25, 2016

The attempted kidnapping that took place on Sept. 27 involving a CSUN student was concluded to be false, according to CSUN Department of Police Services. In an email sent out around noon today, the department of police services declared the claim to be "unfounded," stating the incident did not take...

Campus power outage

Firefighters pictured at CSUN

Donna Lugo

October 6, 2016

Sierra Hall, Redwood Hall, Manzanita Hall, and the Oviatt library were only some of the buildings reported as having lost electricity early Thursday morning. The exact cause of the outrage is still unknown. The power, however, is now back on in all of these buildings. Campus officials are currently...

Students react to recent clown sighting on campus

Creepy clown pictured inside beat-up car

Glory Rose Cruz

October 5, 2016

The appearances of clowns have become a trend nationwide and now a recent clown sighting on campus has started to terrify CSUN students after two female students were chased by a clown near the dorms Tuesday night.The students were walking back to the dorms after a late-night study session when the clown ...

Police still looking for suspect in the attempted kidnapping

Sketch of the suspect

James Fike

September 28, 2016

CSUN Police Chief Anne Glavin held a press conference this morning informing the media about the recent attempted kidnapping that took place near campus.Glavin ran through a list of crimes that took place near and around campus, starting as far back as Aug. 28 of this year, but she also said that this...

Water Outage Caused by Valve Malfunction

Water pours out of a water main

Samantha Gullikson

September 22, 2016

A waterline broke underground last week, causing a water outage on campus. The Student Recreation Center and Redwood Hall were the most affected by the outage, but various parts of campus were also without water.Jason Wang, Senior Director for CSUN’s Physical Plant Management, said the waterline...

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