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‘Rise Up’ candidates want to better equip students for graduation

‘Rise Up’ candidates want to better equip students for graduation

Nick Griffin

March 27, 2019

A small business owner and an AS senator are among the candidates in this year's Associated Students election, and are looking to expand career-building resources and social networking opportunities at CSUN.Micah Moore-Tarver and Kalkidan "Cailou" Yigezu are running for president and vice president ...

‘The Voice You Deserve’ candidates want to ensure every student’s voice is heard, represented and advocated

‘The Voice You Deserve’ candidates want to ensure every student’s voice is heard, represented and advocated

Gabriela Soriano

March 27, 2019

Accessibility and Affordability, Innovation, and Progress and Advocacy are the defining concepts behind the campaign for president and vice president candidates Diana Vicente and Mohammad Hotaki of the "Voice you Deserve" slate. Vicente has been involved with student government since middle school wh...

‘Matadors First’ candidates want to make CSUN a better community

‘Matadors First’ candidates want to make CSUN a better community

Gabriela Soriano

March 27, 2019

Candidates for Associated Students president and vice president running under the slate “Matadors First” for the 2019-2020 school year are centering their campaign around the idea that CSUN students should come first and foremost. Navid Hariri is running for president, with Sam Sabzanov ru...

‘Matadors Stronger Together’ candidates want to improve communication among students and staff

‘Matadors Stronger Together’ candidates want to improve communication among students and staff

Nick Griffin

March 27, 2019

The president and vice president of the activist group Students for Political Decency at CSUN are now looking to expand their executive roles into Associated Students by running for president and vice president of the student governing body under the slate "Matadors Stronger Together."Presidential candidate Micha...

Crime Blotter 3/12 – 3/25

Crime Blotter 3/12 – 3/25

Agustin Garcia

March 26, 2019

Tuesday, March 12A victim’s secured bicycle was stolen at University Hall.A secured bicycle was stolen at the Oviatt Library.Wednesday, March 13Unknown suspects stole a couple of video game controllers by entering a UPA 12 dorm room through an unlocked glass door. At Sierra Hall an unknown suspec...

Provost candidate Dr. Vann Newkirk

Provost candidate Dr. Vann Newkirk

Romona Kivett

March 13, 2019

The provost of Fisk University in Tennessee, a historian, career administrator and professor, is applying for CSUN’s open provost position.Lynching historian and author of "New Life for Historically Black Colleges and Universities," Vann Newkirk, has served in an administrative capacity at multip...

Provost candidate Dr. Simon Rhodes

Provost candidate Dr. Simon Rhodes

Romona Kivett

March 13, 2019

A Purdue Ph.D. graduate from England who is running for CSUN's provost has stated that increasing the graduation rate and ensuring students get a well-rounded, interdisciplinary education would be the focus of his goals.Simon Rhodes is one of four candidates being interviewed for the provost position ...

Provost candidate Dr. Mary Beth Walker

Provost candidate Dr. Mary Beth Walker

Raychel Stewart

March 13, 2019

The interim president at Georgia Gwinnett College stated that creating initiatives to increase the diversity among faculty and staff will lead to a workplace that reflects the same diversity of the student body. Mary Beth Walker, Ph.D., answered questions that addressed the diversity and tension betw...

Provost candidate Dr. DoVeanna Fulton

Provost candidate Dr. DoVeanna Fulton

Raychel Stewart

March 13, 2019

A University of Houston-Downtown dean stated that having discussions regarding student success and meeting the Graduation Initiative 2025 mandates to increase graduation rates will become the top priority if hired as the new CSUN provost.DoVeanna Fulton, Ph.D., said if she becomes the next provost s...

State assembly creates bill for ethnic studies

State assembly creates bill for ethnic studies

Elliott Keegan

March 12, 2019

A new bill in the California Assembly will require all CSU students to complete at least one ethnic studies course before graduating. For students and faculty of existing programs, the importance of such legislation can hardly be overstated. If passed into law, the bill will require all 23 CSU campuses...

Crime Blotter 3/4 – 3/11

Crime Blotter 3/4 – 3/11

Madison Parsley

March 12, 2019

Monday, March 4A suspect was arrested for driving without a license at the intersection of Darby and Prairie.Tuesday, March 5An unknown suspect stole a parking boot off a vehicle parked in Parking Lot G9.Wednesday, March 6An unknown suspect was seen looking into an open window in University Park Buildin...

Activists revive Student of Color Coalition

Activists revive Student of Color Coalition

Perla Colin

March 6, 2019

A collection of CSUN club representatives, activists and students came together at the Glenn Omatsu House last Wednesday to revive CSUN's Student of Color Coalition and create an agenda for their collective campus objectives going forward.The SCC is looking to organize their collective members and those...

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