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Crime Blotter 11/14 – 11/ 20

Crime Blotter 11/14 – 11/ 20

Madison Parsley

November 21, 2018

Wednesday, Nov. 14It was reported that on Nov. 13, an unknown suspect hit a parked vehicle without leaving their information in Parking Structure B3 Surface Lot between 5:30 a.m. and 2:35 p.m.A witness reported seeing an unknown male suspect hitting a female in his car in Parking Lot F2 at 8:35 a.m. a...

Students celebrate America Recycles Day

Students celebrate America Recycles Day

Sarai Henry

November 20, 2018

Associated Students Recycling Services at CSUN celebrated America Recycles Day in the Matador Square on Nov. 13. Heal the Bay, an environmental advocacy non-profit organization that started in Santa Monica, had a table at the event. David Weeshoff, from Heal the Bay, shared tips with students on how th...

Student protesters disrupt Board of Trustees meeting

Student protesters disrupt Board of Trustees meeting

Justin Lee

November 19, 2018

CSUN protester furthered their fight against Executive Order 1100-R and 1110 at the Office of the Chancellor at Long Beach early Tuesday afternoon on Nov. 13.Students from CSU Long Beach, CSU Fullerton, and CSU East Bay joined CSUN protesters in the demonstration. All appointed members of the Board of Trus...

Crime Blotter 11/6-11/13

Crime Blotter 11/6-11/13

Lori Bashian

November 13, 2018

Tuesday, Nov. 6A stool was taken by a group of unknown suspects attending the basketball game in Redwood Hall.A CSUN officer arrested a suspect for slapping the victim during an argument in Jacaranda Hall.A male suspect stole a bicycle that was secured to the bicycle rack with a cable lock, outside the...

WRRC awards five ‘phenomenal’ women

WRRC awards five ‘phenomenal’ women

Kiley Arce

November 9, 2018

Home of the oldest operating women’s center in the CSU system, CSUN celebrated the 45th anniversary of its Women’s Research and Resource Center (WRRC) at the 13th Biennial Phenomenal Woman Awards on Sunday. The event also commemorated the 25th anniversary of the Gender and Women’s Studies D...

Former CSUN student opens fire in Thousand Oaks bar

Former CSUN student opens fire in Thousand Oaks bar

Agustin Garcia

November 8, 2018

A former 2016 CSUN student killed at least 12 people, including a sheriff’s sergeant, and wounded up to 15 others at Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks before taking his own life, authorities stated. The mass shooting began around 11:20 p.m. Wednesday night when the former student, identified...

CSUN community remembers deceased student

CSUN community remembers deceased student

Andrea Esparza

November 7, 2018

Revolutionary Scholars, a CSUN organization that assists formerly incarcerated and systems impacted students, hosted a remembrance ceremony to mourn the death of former CSUN student Quinten Thomas and also bring awareness to incarnation trauma on Nov. 5 in the University Student Union Grand Salon.It has been ...

Inside professor Bayes’s first year at CSUN

Inside professor Bayes’s first year at CSUN

Genesis Villarreal

November 7, 2018

Political science professor Jane Bayes remembers seeing FBI agents with their guns drawn at what was then known as San Fernando Valley State College. Students at San Fernando Valley State, like many colleges across America, were protesting to demand the establishment of ethnic studies on campus. “They...

Crime Blotter 10/30-11/6

Crime Blotter 10/30-11/6

Madison Parsley

November 6, 2018

Tuesday, Oct. 30An unknown suspect pulled a fire alarm in Juniper Hall at 12:43 p.m.It was reported that at the CSUN Farmers Market on Lindley Avenue an unknown male suspect put his arm around a female victim before walking away. Thursday, Nov. 1An unknown suspect pulled a fire alarm in Juniper Hall at 12:54 p.m...

Students continue fight against EO 1100-R

Students continue fight against EO 1100-R

Madison Parsley

October 31, 2018

The Faculty Senate still has yet to vote on whether they will participate in the curriculum change of General Education (GE) that will occur in the post-implementation of Executive Order 1100 - Revised (EO 1100-R), while students continue to put pressure on the Senate to return to the original GE Ta...

Jewish community honors lives lost

Jewish community honors lives lost

America Calderon

October 31, 2018

Members of the CSUN community gathered in front of the Oviatt Library Monday to honor the 11 lives lost at the Tree of Life Synagogue mass shooting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Saturday.The vigil was organized by the Jewish student groups Chabad at CSUN and Hillel 818. Attendants gathered on the Ov...

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