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Cyber security: A growing industry in internet age

Daniel Dell-Cornejo

April 3, 2015

Members of CSUN’s Alumni Association convened on Thursday evening in the USU’s Grand Salon for a panel on cyber security, information systems and policy-making with regards to technology. The discussion was headed by four alumni, all of whom have gone on to pursue careers in cyber securi...

Race to the Bottom: California Faculty Association publishes series to highlight professors stagnant salaries

Branden Navarro

March 24, 2015

The California Faculty Association (CFA) announced plans Tuesday to publish a series of papers titled "Race to the Bottom," to show how 10 years without a serious bump in faculty salary is affecting the California State University mission. Dr. Lillian Taiz, CFA Board of Directors president and profe...

CSU managers’ salaries ‘prioritized’ over teachers’, report finds

CSU managers’ salaries ‘prioritized’ over teachers’, report finds

City News Service

March 24, 2015

LONG BEACH (CNS) - Over the past decade, the California State University system increased its spending on managers and supervisors by 48 percent, while spending on teachers grew by just 25 percent, according to a report released today by the faculty union. But CSU officials insisted the system has...

Benjamin Netanyahu’s party stays in power after winning Israeli elections

Benjamin Netanyahu’s party stays in power after winning Israeli elections

Nate Perez

March 18, 2015

With 99.5 percent of the votes counted, incumbent Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of the right-wing Likud party, announced his victory over opponent Isaac Herzog of the centre-left Zionist Union Coalition, who conceded after the March 17 election. Maian Rahvalschi, a fellow of CSUN Hillel 818 said that Israel elect...

One dead, two injured in car accident on Lassen street

One dead, two injured in car accident on Lassen street

City News Service

March 17, 2015

One person was pronounced dead at the scene of a fiery accident at the intersection of Lassen Street and Hayvenhurst Avenue around 10:30 this morning. NORTHRIDGE (CNS) - A fiery crash involving a truck and another vehicle in Northridge today left one person dead and two other people injured. Paramedics...

Driver arrested on suspicion of drunken driving in fatal North Hills accident

City News Service

March 14, 2015

NORTH HILLS (CNS) - An 18-year-old drunken motorist, speeding away from California Highway Patrol officers, plowed through a red light at an offramp and killed a motorcycle rider in North Hills overnight, CHP officers said today. The crash was on Nordhoff Street at the exit from the southbound S...

Traffic advisory announced ahead of Obama arrival

Traffic advisory announced ahead of Obama arrival

City News Service

March 12, 2015

(CNS) President Barack Obama is scheduled to arrive at Los Angeles International just in time for today's afternoon rush hour, meaning motorists in selected areas should be prepared for detours or delays. Obama will be taping an appearance on the ABC late-night talk show ``Jimmy Kimmel Live'' in Ho...

Oklahoma expels two students over racist SAE fraternity chant

Oklahoma expels two students over racist SAE fraternity chant

City News Service

March 10, 2015

(TNS) Two unidentified students have been expelled for playing a “leadership role” in a racist chant by Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity brothers at the University of Oklahoma, the university’s president announced Tuesday. “We will continue our investigation of all the students engaged in the singing of...

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

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 information sent by HealthCare.gov, CSUN financial aid officials said this week. This year marks...

Northridge representative Mitch Englander runs unopposed

City News Service

March 3, 2015

Northridge's representative on the Los Angeles City Council, Mitchell Englander, will be elected to a second term in the City Council election tonight. Englander, who has served on the Los Angeles City Council since his election in 2011, is running unopposed in the 12th District. He represents the...

Metrolink Accident: 28 Injured, Rail Service Interrupted

Metrolink Accident: 28 Injured, Rail Service Interrupted

City News Service

February 24, 2015

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - A Los Angeles-bound Metrolink train struck a truck on the tracks in Oxnard today and derailed, interrupting rail service from Ventura County and sending 28 people to hospitals, including four in critical condition, authorities said. The crash occurred shortly before 6 a.m. just...

LAPD, CSUN PD searching for suspects involved in off-campus assault

LAPD, CSUN PD searching for suspects involved in off-campus assault

Andrew Martinez

February 9, 2015

UPDATE>> The LAPD has taken the primary suspect into custody this afternoon, according to an update on the primary alert. The Los Angeles Police Department and CSUN Department of Police Services are actively searching for assailants involved in an assault and battery which occurred Monday a...

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