CSUN will screen “Intelligent Lives” documentary

"Intelligent Lives" to be shown at the Northridge Center of the University Student Union.

Two-year program helps employ students with intellectual disabilities

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The CSUN Explorers program has been launched through Tseng College and will help increase the employability and independence of individuals with intellectual/ developmental disabilities.The...

Crime Blotter 8/29 – 9/4

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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...

Hollywood Foreign Press donated $60,000 to the film department

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The Cinema and Television Arts (CTVA) department received a generous donation of $60,000 from The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) on Aug. 9 at...

Voices spoke out before student arrest

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

Crime Blotter 8/22-28/18

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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

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

CSUN places 7th in #MyTopCollege Campaign

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Forbes contest places CSUN at 7th place.

SRC enforces clothing guidelines with new visual aids

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The Student Recreation Center implements visual aid posters to encourage employees and members to follow the dress code.

Crime blotter 7/31-8/21

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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...

California’s wildfires are a statewide crisis reflecting a global problem

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Experts say that if steps aren’t taken, there undoubtedly will be worse and more frequent fires in the future

Meet the new dean of the College of Social and Behavioral...

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Yan Searcy is CSUN's new dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and he hopes to bring a fresh perspective and spirit of service to his fellow faculty and students alike
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