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SRC enforces clothing guidelines with new visual aids

The Student Recreation Center implements visual aid posters to encourage employees and members to follow the dress code.
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Meet the new dean of the College of Social and Behavioral...

Yan Searcy is CSUN's new dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and he hopes to bring a fresh perspective and spirit of service to his fellow faculty and students alike
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Crime Blotter 7/18-7/24

July 18, Wednesday It was reported that on June 12, 5 p.m., to June 13, 8:10 a.m., an unknown suspect stole a bicycle locked on...
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Anonymous Instagram account targets A.S. candidates

An anonymous Instagram page made negative accusations against candidates during the A.S. elections.
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CSUN Introduces Metro U-Pass

New program makes public transit easier for students.
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Crime blotter for April 18 to April 24

Crimes reported for the week of April 18 to April 24
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Strike Talk—legal guide to talking about strike

As the strike dates approach faculty and students are encouraged to know the do's and don't as individuals.

Women learn defense, gain confidence with RAD

CSUN Police offer the Rape Aggression Defense program to teach women self-defense.

CSUN’s crime blotter: theft, “Cops” and the last bowl

It would be cool if the CSUN Crime Blotter was a weekly television show and could send you action shots of shirtless guys with...

CSUN’s crime blotter: Spring pre-gaming, while the trash burns

The thing the crime log can teach you about life is that although CSUN is an amazing institution that can lead extraordinary people to...

CSUN’s crime blotter: love, pain and stolen turtles

Last week was a good week for utter decadence and debauchery, but there was one crime that really hurt the heart. It's buried deep,...

Benjamin Netanyahu’s party stays in power after winning Israeli elections

With 99.5 percent of the votes counted, incumbent Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of the right-wing Likud party, announced his victory over opponent Isaac...
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