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Harrison and White postpone retirements to deal with pandemic

CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison

Orlando Mayorquin, Campus News Editor

March 21, 2020

CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White and CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison will postpone their retirements through the fall 2020 semester, according to a press release published on the university’s public relations website. According to the press release, Harrison will continue in her current role ...

Federal authorities propose relief measures to combat COVID-19 impact

Cash

Michaella Huck and Alyssa Durant

March 20, 2020

The White House has voiced full support in various crisis measures as an effort to relieve Americans from the economic and medical stressors rooted in the COVID-19 outbreak. Taxpayers impacted by the ongoing pandemic are eligible to receive a $1,000 grant from the federal government as part of the ...

Two CSUN students being tested for COVID-19

CSUN Student housing area

Sloane Bozzi, Reporter

March 20, 2020

Two CSUN students are being tested for COVID-19 at local health facilities, according to a campus-wide email sent out by President Dianne F. Harrison on Thursday night. According to the email, both students had been self-isolating in CSUN’s student housing. Harrison’s email did not specify ho...

COVID-19: Newsom, Garcetti issue ‘stay-at-home’ emergency orders

A notification board on a highway

Alyssa Durant, Assistant Campus News Editor

March 19, 2020

Governor Gavin Newsom has announced the first executive stay-at-home restriction for all California residents in an attempt to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. His order came shortly after Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti officially called for local residents to stay at home. “This is a moment in tim...

CSUN Food Pantry is closing “until further notice”

CSUN Food Pantry

Samantha Bravo, Reporter

March 19, 2020

The CSUN Food Pantry has announced on social media that they will close on Saturday, March 21 until further notice due to COVID-19 concerns. The pantry, which is located on campus, provides free food and toiletries for CSUN students, faculty and staff. It services an average of 150 people a week, acc...

Virtual instruction will be extended through the rest of the semester

CSUN Oviatt library

Natalie Miranda, Features Editor

March 18, 2020

The original time frame of March 23 - April 19 for remote learning and instruction has been extended through the entirety of the spring semester, according to an email from CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison sent to all students, faculty and staff Tuesday afternoon. The extension applies to final exam...

What to do on your COVID-19 St. Patrick’s Day

Water drops on leaf

Elaine Sanders, Production Manger

March 17, 2020

I was disappointed to watch the announcements come in that parades would be canceled, pubs would be closing and people should be practicing social distancing due to COVID-19. As a lover of St. Patrick's Day, it seemed to me that this day was doomed to be dismal this year. But then I remembered what...

Grocery shopping during the first weekend of the COVID-19 pandemic

Costco

Ivan Salinas, Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 16, 2020

Friday the 13th of March couldn’t have felt more apocalyptic than it did this last weekend. I don’t see myself as someone who is superstitious, but this is one day that truly felt as if luck was set to run out. The night before, my mom and I had decided to go grocery shopping before things “started...

CSUN extends deadline for parking permit refund requests

A parking lot

Orlando Mayorquin, Campus News Editor

March 14, 2020

CSUN’s office of Parking and Transportation Services is extending the first deadline for prorated parking permit refunds until March 17, in light of the cancelation of in-person classes due to the COVID-19 outbreak. For many students, the cancelation of in-person classes until April 19 has elimin...

Athletic events across the country affected by COVID-19

CSUN Men's baseball team

Bryanna Winner, Sports Editor

March 12, 2020

With countries closing borders and banning travel, COVID-19 is also affecting leagues and collegiate play across the United States. The Utah Jazz now has two members of their team, Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, who have tested positive for the virus, prompting the suspension of play in the Natio...

Big West Tournament cancelation ends men’s basketball season

Honda Center

Andres Soto, Assistant Sports Editor

March 12, 2020

When the 2019-20 men’s basketball season was about to start, Terrell Gomez had an ambitious goal in the back of his mind. “My number one goal for this season is to get to the NCAA tournament,” he said back in October. “I think that would be a great accomplishment for me and the team.” Fast-forwa...

Interactive Map: Campuses going Virtual due to COVID 19

A California map

Elaine Sanders, Production Manger

March 12, 2020

Sources: https://www.forbes.com/sites/lisettevoytko/2020/03/10/at-least-45-colleges-have-cancelled-in-person-classes-so-far-over-coronavirus-fears/?utm_campaign=forbes&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_term=Gordie%2F#5c3d80764673 https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/09/us/coronavirus-university-college-classes/index.html https://www.mcall.com/coronavirus/mc-nws-easton-lafayette-college-closure-20200311-bq4o2d6h2vh6xakwsi...

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