Crime Blotter 12/5/18 – 1/12/19

Wednesday, Dec. 5 At Sierra Hall an unknown suspect graffitied a stall door in the first-floor men’s restroom with a purple marker. A black marker was...

CSUN police investigate mass shooting threat

CSUN police have begun investigating reports of a mass shooting threat being made against CSUN on Wednesday, Dec. 5. CSUN Chief of Police Anne Glavin...

Faculty Senate votes against implementation plan of EO 1100-R

The Faculty Senate voted to not participate in the implementation of EO 1100-R as students and faculty continue to protest against the Executive Orders

Department burdened by forced EO 1110 implementation

Faculty Senate to vote on EO 1100-R implementation this Thursday

Campus implements new eco-friendly alternatives

Walking into the CSUN Sierra Center you will no longer find plastics straws, but rather paper ones

Crime Blotter 11/28 – 12/4

Wednesday, Nov. 28 Graffiti was written on the walls of a classroom in the Soraya Building. A suspect was arrested by CSUN officers at the intersection...

Non-binary student pioneers in social work

A CSUN student in the MSW program plans for greater inclusivity in their field of work.

Man assaults two students on campus

A male suspect allegedly assaulted two female students this week on campus

Crime Blotter 11/20 – 11/26

Tuesday, Nov. 20It was reported that between Nov. 10 and 19 at the University Park Building 9, a victim had received multiple calls from...

Crime Blotter 11/14 – 11/ 20

Wednesday, Nov. 14It was reported that on Nov. 13, an unknown suspect hit a parked vehicle without leaving their information in Parking Structure B3...

Students celebrate America Recycles Day

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CSUN celebrates America Recycles Day with a event for students sharing sustainability and recycling information.

(Photo Story) Aftermath of Woolsey and Hill fires

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The devestating effects of these wildfires can be seen captured here by student photojournalist Max Sullivan.
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