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Legacy Chicano/a studies courses canceled

Legacy Chicano/a studies courses canceled

Romona Kivett

February 13, 2019

Longstanding courses in the Chicano/a studies department have been canceled for the first time in their decades-long continuous offerings, due to a new tax on under-enrolled courses.Students who enrolled in Ch.S. 390, the Alternative Chicano/a Press course that produces El Popo, or Ch.S. 486/A, a languag...

CSUN colleges face sweeping budget cuts

CSUN colleges face sweeping budget cuts

Elliott Keegan

February 13, 2019

Budget cuts are being implemented across campus, caused by a combination of lost tuition revenue, the cost of increased full-time enrollment and rising faculty compensation.Each of the eight colleges on campus are figuring out how to make the cuts while limiting their effect on instruction. The Colle...

Sports Calendar

Sports Calendar

Tyler Wainfeld

February 12, 2019

Wednesday, Feb. 13Women's water polo vs. Cal Baptist in Redlands, California at 2 p.m.Women's water polo at Redlands at 3:30 p.m. - The Matadors finished 12th at the Triton Invitational this past weekend, dropping to 2-6 on the year, though every loss has been to a ranked opponent. Each of their four o...

Crime Blotter 2/5 – 2/11

Crime Blotter 2/5 – 2/11

Madison Parsley

February 12, 2019

Tuesday, Feb. 5An unknown suspect wrote graffiti on an electric box and light pole with yellow paint on the northeast side of Parking Lot F5.Thursday, Feb. 7An unknown suspect used red paint, an etching tool and a black marker to graffiti the third floor men's restroom in Bayramian Hall.It was repor...

The Red Couch Tour returns to CSUN

Nick Griffin

February 9, 2019

After a nine-year absence, CSUN’s Associated Students (AS) brought back an in-person, open-air forum for students to raise their voices.Known as the Red Couch Tour, this recurring event allows students to ask direct questions to the top leadership within student government, backed by live musi...

Scholar discusses relationship between US and North Korea

Raychel Stewart

February 7, 2019

Director of the Korean Studies Institute at the University of Southern California said that if U.S. relations with North Korea come to a halt, history will repeat itself.Ahead of Dr. David Kang's speech “Facing Nuclear North Korea,” he warns that threats of war and intimidation could resurface...

Adobe Creative Cloud free for CSUN students

Adobe Creative Cloud free for CSUN students

Gabriela Soriano

February 7, 2019

Through a CSU-wide agreement with Adobe, CSUN students, faculty and staff have access to Adobe Creative Cloud at no additional cost.The Adobe Creative Cloud is a subscription-based service that provides access to applications such as Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere Pro and many others.The software is being fund...

Crime Blotter 1/28 – 2/4

Crime Blotter 1/28 – 2/4

Madison Parsley

February 6, 2019

Monday, Jan. 28It was reported that between Dec. 18 and 23 a secured bicycle was stolen from University Park Building 1.A suspect was arrested for driving without a license at the intersection of Plummer and Darby.Between 8:20 a.m. and 3:20 p.m. a secured electric scooter was stolen from the west sid...

Chancellor says there will be no tuition hike

Chancellor says there will be no tuition hike

Elliott Keegan

February 5, 2019

Concerns about the CSU system facing possible tuition increases next year due to a budget shortfall have been averted following the release of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget, according to CSU Chancellor Timothy White.Tuition increases for next year are “off the table” White said during hi...

All-male hate group thrives online

All-male hate group thrives online

Sean Hanafi

January 31, 2019

It was during her first year at Hoover High when Jasmin Sergova, then 15, had her first encounter with an Incel, where she had to deactivate her Facebook account after her elementary school friend reached out to her, at first in a friendly manner but which soon turned out to be toxic. A self-proclaimed...

Marijuana black market high on success

Marijuana black market high on success

Contributor

January 30, 2019

For Edgar Ascencio, it came down to cost and location. He simply could not afford to buy weed from licensed, commercial shops in Southern California.Living in Thousand Trails Trailer Park in Agua Dulce, the 22-year-old musician and film student is in a peculiar position. Being so close to LA, Ascencio ...

A look into the Associated Students budget

A look into the Associated Students budget

Nick Griffin

January 29, 2019

The Associated Students (AS) allocated a $7.5 million budget to fund school services and extracurricular activities on and off campus last spring, a budget that was approved during the Associated Students' annual allocation process that allows the proper funding for each department.The 2018-19 AS budget...

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