Crime Blotter 10/17-23

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Oct. 20, 2017A suspect at University Park Apartments 9 stole a bicycle that was secure with a cable lock between 8:20 a.m. to 11...

VPAC’s architectural features are eco-friendly

The Valley Performing Arts Center, a $125 million state-of-the-art facility, may demand lower operating costs than other facilities of its size due to its...

R&B, 90s covers and improv highlight Soulful Saturdays

The spring's first Soulful Saturdays kicked off with some familiar faces including host Jonnae Thompson, and singers Noelle Chesnut and Trijean Wilkins. . Chesnut...

A starter guide for students interested in Zipcar service on campus

Kenneth Premo, manager of support services at the Associated Students office on campus, said Zipcar has been a long time coming. “Our campus student housing...

Spotlight: One student out of 36,000

Mahdi Baharan, a transfer student from Iran, was living abroad when two planes crashed into the World Trade Center towers on Sept. 11. Baharan, 26,...

Poly’s second leading scorer seems hurt

Chaz Thomas, who averages 12.4 points per game (second only behind Lorenzo Keeler's 12.6 ppg) seems to have hurt himself. He was trotting gingerly...

Students’ loan debt may not be worth the cost of college

Some students may be forced to consider the payoffs of college when paying off the loans after student loan debt hit the $1 trillion...

New lactation education class offered at CSUN

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Breastfeeding is a beneficial act for both infants and mothers, yet it is still frequently stigmatized in our society.

Studies show Facebook may affect mood more than previously thought

Social media boils down to an emotional whirlwind of status updates, tweets, retweets, selfies, shares, likes and tags. Twitter users tweet 400 million times...

Crime Blotter for the week of Oct. 19 through Oct. 25

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Theft, vandalism and battery are just a few of the crimes committed on the CSUN campus over the past week.

CSUN students travel to Arizona to protest law banning Mexican-American Studies...

CSUN students traveled to Tucson, Ariz. last weekend to join the fight against Arizona’s banning of Mexican-American Studies programs. Mexican-American Studies were once part of...

India Arie is set to perform at CSUN on Friday for...

With the semester in full swing, an opportunity to relax and forget about stress-filled days is right around the corner. Imagine sitting under the stars...
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