CSUN community remembers deceased student

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A memorial event was held in the Grand Salon Monday night to remember the life of former CSUN student Quinten Thomas.

Inside professor Bayes’s first year at CSUN

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Political science professor Jane Bayes speaks about witnessing discrimination and lack of ethnic studies during her first year teaching at CSUN.

Students continue fight against EO 1100-R

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The Faculty Senate still has yet to vote on whether they will participate in the curriculum change of General Education (GE) that will occur...

Jewish community honors lives lost

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Jewish student groups, Chabad at CSUN and Hillel 818, memorialize lives lost in the synagogue shooting by pledging mitzvahs.

Veteran student recounts struggles in attending college

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A veteran describes her setbacks when entering college as a homeless single mother.

Crime Blotter 10/23-29

Tuesday, Oct 23A battery was stolen from a vehicle at Parking Lot F2.On the fourth floor of a Parking Structure, a battery was stolen...

Student leadership speaks in panel on university improvements

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Student leadership engages with faculty in discussion about making learning easier.

Crime Blotter 10/16 – 10/22

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Tuesday, Oct. 16A victim received a threatening text message from a known suspect in the morning.A fire alarm was falsely activated at Juniper Hall...

LAPD Chief addresses issues in college setting

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LAPD Chief Michel Moore spoke to the CSUN campus and answered student questions.

Crime Blotter 10/9 – 10/16

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Tuesday, Oct. 9 A hit-and-run occurred when an unknown suspect hit a vehicle while she was turning into Parking Lot G4 at 9:20 a.m. It was...

Alumni celebrate CSUN’s 60th anniversary

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CSUN celebrates 60th anniversary with a grand picnic celebration.

Submissions open for San Fernando Valley Award for Fiction

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The Friends of the Oviatt Library are calling all authors to submit original works of fiction pertaining to the San Fernando Valley.
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