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Associated Students vice president Talar Alexanian thanks open forum speakers for participating in the AS senate meeting on Feb. 2. While some orators covered upcoming events like the Swap Out event and Elections Kickoff, others asked for more AS funds in support of their organization. (Wynnona Loredo / Staff Photographer)

AS approves funding for clubs despite low budget

Alexandra Chidbachian March 16, 2015

Financial setbacks in the Associated Students budget has not stopped AS from allocating large amounts of funding to clubs in need. Seven clubs received partial funding from AS at today’s senate meeting....

AS senate members listen to voting instructions to propose amendments to go on the student ballot. Wynnona Loredo / Staff Photographer

AS explains where their money is coming from and going to

Alexandra Chidbachian February 23, 2015

Unexpected school events have caused a major funding backlash for Associated Students (AS) causing them to decrease allocations for club events, as noted by the AS finance committee. Senators and the...

Funding gives students more class options next semester

Reanna Delgadillo December 9, 2010

Thousands of students will be closer to graduation after the spring semester with the addition of more than 300 sections of classes. With the increase of sections of classes, 1,000 more seats will be available...

CSUN faculty, students await VPAC opening

Angela Melero December 8, 2010

With the grand opening of the Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC) less than two months away, the campaign committee is hard at work raising funds and putting the finishing touches on the state-of-the-art...

Associated Students pass CSUN Outdoor Adventures Program resolution

Reanna Delgadillo November 9, 2010

A resolution in support of the CSUN Outdoor Adventures Program has been passed. The Outdoor Adventures Program is an organization which allows students to participate in activities away from campus...

Student Veteran Organization and NAACP to raise money for returning service personnel

Nayeli Pelayo September 8, 2010

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and Student Veteran Organization (SVO) chapters on campus have united to put together an open mic, poetry and talent show. The...

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