CSUN women headed to Chicago for global change

Three CSUN students have been given the opportunity to build their ideas for global change through the Clinton Global Initiative University.

Professor harvests honey on campus for research

Professor in the biology department turned her hobby of beekeeping into a research study, and students will soon be able to buy the fruits of her labor.

Students and faculty protest Executive Order 1100 again

Faculty and students protest during Student Convocation 2018 about Executive Order 1100

Crime Blotter 9/4 – 9/10

Tuesday, Sept. 4At the Oviatt Library, an unknown suspect deposited counterfeit currency in a donation box between Aug. 31 to Sept. 4.Officers warned an...

Art Lecturer Jung Hong passes away

CSUN Art Lecturer Jung Hong died of cancer on Aug. 28. Jung, serving as a part-time faculty member for 17 years, taught graphic design...

A driver attempts to lure teenager into his vehicle by pretending...

CSUN students and two Lyft drivers share their opinion on whether ridesharing apps are really safe.

Crime Blotter 8/29 – 9/4

Aug. 29, WednesdayA bicycle secured to a bicycle rack was stolen between 1:50 to 4:15 p.m. at Manzanita Hall. At the intersection of Plummer...

Voices spoke out before student arrest

Victims of sexual assault were vocal on social media, namely Twitter, prior to Davis Moreno-Jaime's arrest

Crime Blotter 8/22-28/18

Thursday, Aug. 23A known suspect assaulted a victim at 14707 Titus St. around 10 p.m.Police told an individual about the campus' skateboarding policy at...

Chief Glavin to retire after 43 years of service

Learn about the legacy of Chief Anne Glavin of CSUN Campus Police, retiring soon from law enforcement

CSUN places 7th in #MyTopCollege Campaign

Forbes contest places CSUN at 7th place.

Crime blotter 7/31-8/21

July 31, Tuesday At the Bookstore Complex, an unknown suspect graffitied the west side sidewalk. A victim's bicycle was stolen by an unknown suspect between July...
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