Undocumented immigrants can soon apply for driver’s licenses in California

California legislators recently signed AB 60, allowing about 1.4 million undocumented immigrants the right to obtain a California driver’s license. “My father was stopped and...

KCSN news update: new report is warning of a looming leadership...

The following stories will be covered tonight on KCSN: A new report is warning of a looming leadership crisis in America's community colleges to deal with...

Good CSUN fan turnout

Quite a few fans made their way from ... well wherever they live ...the point is that there's a lot of Matador fans out...

CSUN students to travel to Poland to learn more about the...

Students from CSUN and Loyola Marymount University will travel to Poland to learn about the Holocaust. CSUN Associate Professor of English Dr. Dorothy Clark along...

UC Riverside quietly in control

UC Riverside is shooting lights out and CSUN's turning the ball over like it's 2008 (before conference season started). Still it's only a three-point...

Finding happiness through life’s simplicities

Born with a strong desire to thrive in soccer and with a tremendous love for animals, Raynette Mansour, a 22-year-old kinesiology major, can usually...

Car hits pedestrian on Zelzah Avenue

A car hit a female pedestrian at 11 a.m. on Zelzah Avenue between Nordhoff and Plummer Streets, next to G4 parking lot. The female pedestrian...

Educational Opportunity Program cutbacks due to budget crisis

A freeway commute of 20 miles before 8 a.m. and working sometimes until 10 p.m. six days a week is the plight...

Halftime

So I see why these 49ers are 4-0 in conference. They're more than a decent team and they have Donovan Morris. Morris is not...

AS elections: Pena and Mcknight, anti-establishment candidates

two men pose with arms crossed in front of the matador statue
AS Pres. and V.P. hopefuls not afraid to take down the establishment

Police Union — Parking tickets are moneymakers for CSU

Statewide University Police Association said parking tickets are a moneymaker for the school and quotas are harmful.

Formerly captive journalist speaks at VPAC

Students and faculty filled the seats and the steps of the Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC) lecture hall Wednesday afternoon to listen to Euna...
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