Crime Blotter 7/5-7/10

Thursday, July 5 Between July 1 to 5 an unknown suspect stole copper wiring after breaking into the construction site near Bookstein Hall. During a traffic...

Implementation of Executive Orders 1100 and 1110 expected to be completed...

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Role of activism during the week of action's effect on executive order implementation.

Basketball coach Mark Gottfried involved in federal investigation

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An FBI investigation requested personnel files from Gotffried's previous school, North Carolina State.

A rise in gas prices causes students to skip class

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More and more students are choosing to stay home rather than make the commute to school because the cost of gas is too high.

Commencement capitalism

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The re-sale market of graduation tickets are a byproduct of limited entry.

Crime Blotter 5/1-5/7

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Tuesday, May 1An unknown person used counterfeit bills to make a purchase at Bayramian Hall.An unknown man shoplifted multiple items from the USU Mercado....

University sued by former employee for discrimination

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Lawsuit filed by former university employee alleges harassment and discrimination

CSUN student dies in custody

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Health administration major found dead in prison, investigation still ongoing

A Queen and a Soldier

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Madeline Martinez speaks on balancing her gender identity while serving in the military.

Crime Blotter 4/24 – 4/30

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Tuesday, April 24A suspect was arrested for disorderly conduct in Sequoia Hall at around 8 p.m. CSUN officers transported him to LAPD Van Nuys...

Lengthy line for financial aid document deadline

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A long line of students stretching to outside Bayramian Hall awaited their last opportunity to submit required documents

Employers will hire fewer college graduates compared to 2017

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With graduation fast approaching, the class of 2018 prepares to enter a workforce that is hiring fewer new graduates.