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CSUN moves online for the first three weeks of spring 2022 semester

Trevor Morgan, Online Editor January 8, 2022

Officials at CSUN have announced that it will be joining nine other CSUs in delaying in-person instruction for the spring semester. According to press statements released earlier today, classes will...

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December 25, 2021

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CSUN hires consulting firm to help reshape campus police services

CSUN hires consulting firm to help reshape campus police services

Lorena Salinas, Reporter December 24, 2021

This semester, the university hired a consulting firm that has met with more than 30 groups to understand how students, faculty and staff feel about campus policing. PMJ Consulting LLC was hired by...

CSUN Grad Parade at CSUN in Northridge, Calif., on Tuesday, May 25, 2021.

CSUN announces return of in-person commencement ceremony for May 2022

Carolyn Burt, Social Media Editor December 20, 2021

In an email sent out to students by William Watkins, vice president for Student Affairs & dean of students on Friday, CSUN announced its plan for in-person commencement ceremonies in May 2022. The...

FASA Brings Filipino Culture to the CSUN Community

FASA Brings Filipino Culture to the CSUN Community

Elizabeth Dowell, Reporter December 16, 2021

The Filipino American Student Association takes pride in sharing their culture, history and appreciation towards the alumni before them, by continuing their Filipino traditions and connecting with the...

CSUN student taking a ziplock bag of bracelet beads at the USU tent in front of the Northridge Center on Dec. 7,2021. Students are able to take a free red bull and snacks as well.

Need a boost toward the end-of-semester finish line? Here’s what CSUN offers.

Julia Sahakian, Reporter December 9, 2021

From free coffee to private study rooms, here’s a list of resources CSUN is providing for students during the final stretch of the semester. University Library Not only is the CSUN’s University...

CSUN Department of Police Services is currently lookin for a permeant police chief to oversee its operations.

Search for new CSUN Police Department chief begins soon

Lorena Salinas, Reporter December 8, 2021

CSUN will conduct a national search for a new chief, while a consulting firm hired by the administration holds a series of meetings to discuss policing practices on campus. Gregory Murphy, who was appointed...

During the Associated Students meeting on Nov. 29, 2021, the senate approved a resolution that calls for putting free menstrual products in all restrooms at CSUN.

Associated Students approves resolution for free menstrual products in all bathrooms on campus

Noor Sufi, Reporter December 7, 2021

The Associated Students passed a resolution that calls for free menstrual products in CSUN restrooms during their weekly meeting on Nov. 29. The resolution, titled "Free Menstrual Products in CSUN Restrooms,"...

The Reflection Patio at the CSUN Oasis Center in Northridge, Calif., Nov. 17, 2021. This part of the center offers an environment where students can unwind and reflect.

Feeling stressed from finals? Unwind and recharge yourself at the Student Recreation Center and Oasis Wellness Center

Thomas Bravo, Reporter December 6, 2021

The typical “freshman 15” may not just apply to first-year students anymore. Stress and weight gain has increased across the board. Instead of the weight gain being attributed to the transition to...

The number of positive COVID-19 cases recorded among CSUN students, employees and independent contractors as of Nov. 24, 2021. Data is taken from the Matadors Forward website.

CSUN COVID-19 Counts: Update as of Nov. 24

Grace Da Rocha, Assistant News Editor December 3, 2021

The total number of students who have tested positive for COVID-19 has increased from 312 to 319 as of Nov. 24, according to the Matadors Forward website. While there are no new COVID-19 cases from...

Demar Traylor stands outside of the Chicano House Resource and Cultural Arts Center, in Northridge, Calif., Nov. 15, 2021.

Project Rebound: A Support System For Formerly Incarcerated Students

Priscilla Lara Haro, Contributor December 1, 2021

Second chances and hope is what Project Rebound represents for formerly incarcerated students at CSU-campuses. It’s a place where students can build community and challenge the stigma associated with...

Associated Students is currently working on developing a campus initiative called One Card that would allow students to make purchases at CSUN, such as the campus bookstore and on-campus dining stores.

Associated Students works on bringing new campus card to CSUN

Noor Sufi, Reporter November 30, 2021

During last week’s Associated Students meeting, President Jonathan Hay revealed plans for a new university-wide service card that would allow students to make purchases on campus. This service, named...

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