Learning more about CSUN’s Associated Students president

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Get to know Beverly Ntagu, our 2018 Associated Students president.

Crime Blotter 9/29 – 10/8

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Saturday, Sept. 29Officers advised two individuals about the campus skateboarding policy at the USU.A male was driving his motorcycle recklessly then fled the intersection...

Students walk out of meeting with CSU chancellor

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Student protesters read a list of demands before walking out of a panel discussion with CSU Chancellor Timothy White.

Crime Blotter 9/18 – 9/28

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Tuesday, Sept. 18It was reported that on Sept. 17, a parked vehicle was hit by an unknown suspect who didn't leave their information at...

Students protest and demand resignations

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Student protesters led a group of over 200 students and faculty in a campus-wide walkout.

Students plan to walkout on Thursday

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“You excluded us from the conversation, how can you say you represent us?”

Councilwomen turn out to speak at new Oviatt Library Exhibition

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Councilwomen discuss gender issues at the Grand Opening of "What She Said: 100 years of Women's Civic and Community Engagement" at the Oviatt Library.

Workshops create a disaster-ready community

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Resources are available on campus for students who want to learn how to be earthquake ready.

President Harrison addresses EO 1100-R

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Campus President Harrison addresses the misconceptions regarding Section F of Executive Order 1100-R.

Crime Blotter 9/11-9/17

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Tuesday, Sept. 11A hit-and-run occurred at Parking Structure B3 level 2 after an unknown suspect hit a parked vehicle between 6:15-8:35 p.m.It was reported...

CSUN women headed to Chicago for global change

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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

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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.
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