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Students react to report of suspected gunman on campus

Three hours after a fire alarm went off inside the Oviatt Library at approximately 1:10 p.m. Wednesday, many students reacted with surprise and fright...

Mobile application to help students find open parking spaces

Students will soon have a tool to help them find parking spaces at CSUN. A new mobile application has been developed that will help students...

Women’s doubles tennis team talks about synergy on the court

By Michelle Reuter April 23rd, 2013 Section: Sports In the game of tennis, sometimes a little drive and determination is just what a team needs to prevail...

Graduating from college with a debt-free degree has its costs

As concerns about national student debt crossing the $1 trillion mark flood the media, CSUN students are finding ways to graduate from college with...

Student hopes to use math to explain how biological cells function

Students may not appreciate their math education, but systems involving the subject are everywhere. William Sherman, a mathematics graduate student, notices that security systems, including...

Matador Nights returns with New York theme

The University Student Union is putting on Matador Nights this Friday, April 26 from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. in the Plaza del Sol,...

Students continue the fight against cancer with 8th annual Relay for...

CORRECTION: Saturday will be the 6th annual Relay for Life event held by the CSUN Colleges Against Cancer club, not the 8th, as stated...

Eco-friendly garden spots grow on campus

By Melanie Gaball April 18th, 2013 Section: News CSUN’s Southern California Ecoregion Demonstration Garden located by the Transit Center on Prairie Street. Photo credit: Brita Potenza /...

Easy tips for growing your own food

By Brita Potenza April 18th, 2013 Section: Features - Photos Growing your own garden is an affordable option for food that ensures your vegetables are 100 percent...

CSUN Bike Collective encourages alternative transportation

By Bob Garcia April 18th, 2013 Section: Features - Photos - Student Spotlight Carlos Sapon (left), 18, history major and Esteban Rivas, 25, political science major are...

Easy tips on how to grow your own food

Growing your own garden is an affordable option for food that ensures your vegetables are 100 percent untouched by chemicals. It can also give...

Former CSUN student teaches natural horsemanship lessons at ranch

By Megan Diskin April 17th, 2013 Section: Features It’s just past 9:30 a.m. on Monday at the Healing Equine Ranch in Agoura Hills as eight women are led through a morning...
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