Graduation rates improve despite lack of classes and increased tuition

CSUN graduation rates have improved by 74 percent for first-time freshman and 83 percent for transfer students enrolled in 2010 because CSUN is enforcing...

TRENDS showcases CSUN fashion student talent for its 33rd year

CSUN's fashion club presented its 33rd Annual TRENDS Fashion Show, themed Cirque de la Mode (Fashion Circus), Thursday at the USU Northridge Center. The show...

Game-time

- Starters for CSUN: Josh Jenkins, Willie Galick, Rob Haynes, Kenny Daniels and Tremaine Townsend. - Starters for the Titans: Josh Akognon, Jackques Streeter, Gerard Anderson, Ray...

A new drink recipe: Fruit stripe gum cocktail

Reminiscing over your favorite 90s snacks is difficult when they are rarely seen in stores. When was the last time you saw a case...

“Peace” at the Getty Villa is sure to Shock and Delight!

The Getty Villa presents Peace, but not as one might expect. Culture Clash is a Chicano/ Latino sketch comedy troupe, which was founded in...

Matador Nights takes students back to the fifties

CSUN welcomes back students with a fun night of games, food and entertainment with a 50s theme.

Internet outage hits CSUN

>>>UPDATE 4:00 p.m.: CSUN experienced a campus-wide network malfunction Wednesday, causing several issues with computers. Chris Olsen, senior director of infrastructure services for Information Technology,...

One-time traffic ticket amnesty program offers half-off total balance

The California Legislature has implemented a one-time traffic ticket amnesty program in an effort to collect revenue from unpaid violations. The program, which allows defendants...

Library Commons to open Fall 2013, A.S. approves Matador Bicycle Shop

The Associated Students Senate met with representatives Friday from the Oviatt Library, to discuss the new Learning Commons, which is set to open Fall...

Dianne F. Harrison announced CSUN’s next president

The board of trustees announced Dianne F. Harrison, president of Cal State Monterey Bay,  as CSUN’s next president.“I am excited and honored to be...

Northridge Metrolink redevelopment still in the works

blue and white train
Measures are progressing for the Northridge Metrolink station to either renovate its existing site or relocate entirely and CSUN student involvement is key towards making this decision

A.S. Environmental screening Oscar nominated film “Food Inc.” for free

The Associated Students Environmental Affairs Committee will be screening the first film in the Eco-film series. "Food Inc." on Feb. 9 in the Armer...
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