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Crime Blotter 2/19 – 3/3

Crime Blotter 2/19 – 3/3

Madison Parsley

March 6, 2019

Tuesday, Feb. 19Officers arrested a suspect at the USU for falsely activating emergency blue lights, obstructing a police officer and tampering with a fire alarm.Thursday, Feb. 21An unknown suspect set a taped flyer on fire in Cypress Hall.Friday, Feb. 22An officer referred an individual to the campus smoki...

Students displaced after EO 1110 implementation

Students displaced after EO 1110 implementation

Gillian Moran-Perez

March 5, 2019

Approaches to University Writing (ENGL 115) saw its highest enrollment in years after last fall's implementation of Executive Order 1110, followed shortly by a record number of students failing the course.Members of the University Writing Council at CSUN attributed this increased fail rate to the mi...

Pop-up Pantry gives out fresh food to students

Pop-up Pantry gives out fresh food to students

Geovanni Botticella

March 4, 2019

The first CSUN Pop-up Pantry of the semester gave out fresh fruit and vegetables to hundreds of students at the University Student Union on Wednesday, Feb. 27. The Pop-up Pantry is a new event created by CSUN's food pantry that started in October 2018. The Pop-up Pantry compliments the food pantry's ...

Lime terminates contract with CSUN

Lime terminates contract with CSUN

Victor Rojas

March 3, 2019

The LimeBike program is coming to an end at CSUN on March 19 as Lime decides to cut ties with the university to focus exclusively on its scooter sharing service.“Our mission is to provide communities with safe, sustainable, convenient transportation options," said Courtney Torres, Lime’s press spo...

Veterans Resource Center hosts fourth annual Professional Development dinner

Veterans Resource Center hosts fourth annual Professional Development dinner

Kelli Jones

March 3, 2019

The Veterans Resource Center hosted its fourth annual Professional Development dinner on campus for student veterans last week as part of the Elevate program. Elevate helps former service members transition into the workforce by offering opportunities to meet with senior-level professionals, which...

Scholar explains why we won’t go to war with North Korea

Scholar explains why we won’t go to war with North Korea

Kelli Jones

February 28, 2019

Contrary to different narratives that have played out in the news media, the cost of war between North Korea and the United States would be too high, said a scholar of the University of Southern California during his guest lecture. Dr. David Kang, the director of the Korean Studies Institute at USC, shared ...

Students will vote on fee increases

Students will vote on fee increases

Nick Griffin

February 24, 2019

Students will vote on three separate fee increases on the 2019 CSUN election ballot that will determine if Associated Students and the Klotz Student Health Center will respectively cut services. During the AS meeting on Feb. 11, the student government added the proposed increases to the Associated Students,...

CSUN forced to start over on campus hotel

CSUN forced to start over on campus hotel

Geovanni Botticella

February 24, 2019

CSUN's proposed campus hotel has been forced to start over with a new developer following a back out of the previous developer, setting the project back to an unspecified date.Originally undertaken by real estate company Jupiter Realty Co., the company was planning on working with Hostmark Hospitality Gro...

CSUN doctor sued for sexual abuse during time at USC

CSUN doctor sued for sexual abuse during time at USC

Madison Parsley

February 24, 2019

A CSUN Klotz Student Health Center men’s health doctor was put on administrative leave after six University of Southern California male alumni filed a lawsuit against USC and the doctor, accusing him of sexual abuse, harassment and discrimination.Dr. Dennis Kelly was put on immediate administr...

Crime Blotter 2/12 – 2/18

Crime Blotter 2/12 – 2/18

Madison Parsley

February 19, 2019

Thursday, Feb. 14It was reported that between Feb. 8 and 12 a secured bicycle was stolen from University Park Building 14.Friday, Feb. 15It was reported that between Feb. 13 and 14 a hit-and-run occurred in Parking Structure G9, Level 2.An unknown suspected used a black marker to write graffiti in the...

Faculty Senate vote no confidence in CSU chancellor

Faculty Senate vote no confidence in CSU chancellor

Madison Parsley

February 15, 2019

In a symbolic rebuke to the CSU system leadership over its handling of EO 1100-R and 1110, the CSUN Faculty Senate passed a vote of 42 to 13 of no confidence in CSU Chancellor Timothy White last Thursday.The resolution of no confidence in Chancellor White was passed by the majority after the implement...

Students ‘teach-in’ at the Oviatt over executive orders and white supremacy

Students ‘teach-in’ at the Oviatt over executive orders and white supremacy

Romona Kivett

February 15, 2019

Students organizing against CSUN’s implementation of Executive Orders 1100-R and 1110 appeared in front of the Oviatt Library Thursday afternoon while the first Faculty Senate meeting of the spring 2019 semester was held inside.Students held a “teach-in,” where they presented a timeline o...

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