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Title IX videos: Not enough safety?

Title IX videos: Not enough safety?

Samantha Fuller-Hall

March 27, 2018

Each semester, as it comes time to register for classes, one unifying barrier stands in our way - the Title IX rape prevention training videos. The first semester in which one is expected to sit through awkward reenactments and uncomfortable testimonies is unpleasant enough, but then it comes back ag...

CSUN Gun Scare

CSUN Gun Scare

Valley View News

February 19, 2018

A Snapchat video showed a gun inside a car on Cal State Northridge's campus. After three hours, police called the video a hoax. Police say the man behind the video was an armored truck driver. The video was posted around 9 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 16. It was taken behind the Oviatt Library. CSUN Campus...

CSUN police confident in security measures for potential shooters

CSUN police confident in security measures for potential shooters

Josue Aguilar

June 7, 2016

In the wake of last week's UCLA shooting in which former graduate student Mainak Sarkar killed a professor before himself, the CSUN Department of Police Services assures the community it is prepared in case an active shooter is on campus. With a university shooting as close by as UCLA, students won...

Matador Patrol member explains how he got into the safety service

Matador Patrol member explains how he got into the safety service

Trevor Stamp

October 15, 2013

Peter Sanchez, coordinator for Community Service Assistants and member of the Matador Patrol, gave the Daily Sundial access to a walk along during his patrol on Oct. 9, 2013.

Food expiration dates create waste in the U.S.

Anne Christensen

October 9, 2013

We've all done it: pulled a carton of milk from the fridge and looked at the date stamped on the side. The milk looks fine, but it's three days overdue. Down the drain it goes. The same applies to stale bread and mottled bananas. Straight into the trash. Farrah Masoumi, 21, said food waste is a proble...

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