The gender gap in code

The gender ratio in computer science classes reflect the work force in technological occupations.

CSUN club offers support for mental health on campus

Thousands of people die every year by suicide and CSUN club Matador MIND is opening the doors of discussion about mental health on campus.

Freshmen welcomed by faculty, author David Levithan

High-fives and cheers were handed out to crowds of incoming freshmen, as they walked to the Oviatt Library Lawn for their 2015 Freshmen Convocation...

CSUN professor Shane Frehlich loses his battle with cancer

In a memo from the president's office, it was confirmed that Faculty President and Professor from the Kinesiology Department Shane Frehlich passed away on...

CSUN officially smoke-free campus

CSUN joined over 2,000 smoke-and-tobacco free colleges nationwide with its "Clear the Air" initiative.

CSUN to welcome 80 new faculty in fall semester

The 80 new faculty members are spread over the university’s colleges and departments.

Dean Jay Kvapil will retire at the end of July

Kvapil has been at CSUN for a year but will retire at the end of this month.

Armando Villa’s family sues Pi Kappa Phi, CSU over son’s death

Family sues fraternity and CSU system after son died while hiking barefoot in hazing ritual.

Hearing for Abdullah Alkadi murder case rescheduled for the third time

Preliminary hearing in the murder trial of CSUN student Abdullah Alkadi postponed for a third time.

Campus officials seek suspects taking invasive photos or videos of females

CSUN students have reported two suspects snapping or recording invasive photos or videos around campus. The first report filed last Monday when a woman was...

U.S. Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage

After years of activist groups petitioning the courts and state-by-state legislation reform, the U.S. Supreme Court has finally legalized gay marriage.
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