Crime Blotter 1/28 – 2/4

Monday, Jan. 28It was reported that between Dec. 18 and 23 a secured bicycle was stolen from University Park Building 1.A suspect was arrested...

Chancellor says there will be no tuition hike

Chancellor Timothy White announced that there will be no budget increase during the State of the CSU Address

All-male hate group thrives online

A look into what Incel culture is and how it affects women

Marijuana black market high on success

Despite legalization, marijuana's black market continues to grow

A look into the Associated Students budget

the Associated Students budget allows funds for various student activities

CSUN professor returns to work amidst threats

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Professor Karin Stanford speaks about her year-long battle with harassment

Administration finalizes 1100-R plans

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A new GE Alignment Plan has been implemented and will take effect in fall 2019

CSUN welcomes new Chief of Police

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New Chief of Police Gregory Murphy has taken over for previous Chief of Police Anne Glavin, who has retired

Crime Blotter 12/5/18 – 1/12/19

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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

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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

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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

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