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Students can now save more cash on textbooks with price matching

Cristina Pimentel December 1, 2016

With spring semester just around the corner, students will soon find themselves falling in line at the CSUN bookstore once again. Prices of textbooks, either new or used, are undoubtedly a college students’...

CSUN students Momoko Arai, 24 (front) and Yoon Ju Lee, 21 (back) both whom are Linguistics Majors are searching for their course textbooks in the Matador Bookstore on Monday, Feb. 10, 2014 in Northridge, Calif. (Photo Credit: David J. Hawkins / Photo Editor)

Students do not buy textbooks immediately due to cost

Mateo Melero February 10, 2014

CSUN students have engaged in a nationwide trend of avoiding the purchase of textbooks at full cost by seeking alternative means for acquiring course materials. The way in which students are obtaining...

CSUN now sells S.T.O.P. plates in Matador Bookstore to prevent theft

Michael Arvizu September 8, 2013

>>>CORRECTION: S.T.O.P. plates purchased through the official S.T.O.P. website is $25, not $20. CSUN Police Department (PD) is selling Security Tracking of Office Property (S.T.O.P.), a theft...

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