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Crime blotter for March 14 – 27

Crime blotter for March 14 – 27

Erik Luna

March 28, 2016

Monday, March 14A counterfeit parking permit was recovered from a vehicle parked in the G9 Parking Structure.A bicycle was stolen outside of Matador Hall. The bicycle was secured to a bicycle rack with an U-lock. An unknown suspect ignited the contents of a trash can on the east side of Zelzah Avenue....

MOCA’s ‘Art in the Streets’ displays works of graffiti

Brian De Los Santos

May 12, 2011

Colors graze the walls of buildings. Letters are filled with creative strokes and value. Murals speak messages to passersby. Most of the time, only a spray can and skill is needed to create a masterpiece. The movement is none other than graffiti. Graffiti art has moved from the streets and onto ...

CSUN alumnus tags campus in USU Beyond the Tag event

Alison Geller

March 14, 2011

With fluid strokes of a spray paint can, CSUN alumnus Alexander D.C.D. Smith showed off his spray painting skills during the University Student Unions Beyond the Tag event, highlighting legal forms of graffiti art. Beyond the Tag was designed to educate students on how graffiti is not only illegal...

CSUN searches for solution to graffiti problem

Steffanie Tate

January 30, 2011

With the new developments and renovations around campus, such as the Valley Performance Arts Center and the new Student Recreation Center, CSUN staff is working together to prevent graffiti and the defacing of school property. “(Graffiti) is probably a $7,000 to $8,000 probl...

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