CSUN: Now Hiring

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CSUN is turning over some new leaves for next year. Several positions are up for grabs as senators and directors move on to other things and new leadership looks to take CSUN in a new direction.

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Examining Black Nationalism

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Melanye Price of the Wesleyan University Department of Government kept a crowd of more than 50 people engaged with a lively lecture entitled “Dreaming Blackness: Black Nationalism and African-American Public Opinion.”

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Chancellor, dean warn of 'domino effect'

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Nevada System of Higher Education Chancellor Jim Rogers released his 60th budget cut memo this week, addressing tension surrounding Nevada’s state budget crunch and the effect it has had on retaining faculty at UNLV.

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Chancellor, dean warn of 'domino effect'

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Nevada System of Higher Education Chancellor Jim Rogers released his 60th budget cut memo this week, addressing tension surrounding Nevada’s state budget crunch and the effect it has had on retaining faculty at UNLV.

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Keeping UNLV's head above water

Facilities management replaces grass with xeriscape, saves money

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Keeping UNLV's head above water

Facilities management replaces grass with xeriscape, saves money

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Managing Perspective: Saying goodbye to The Rebel Yell

The end of the school year is upon us and for me it is the end of one of the most amazing times of my life. I will be graduating May 9, like many other UNLV students. Hence, my time

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Tennis falls in finals

Women’s team loses to TCU and men slip in semis

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Student filmmakers step into the limelight

Film department honors own in Spring Flicks film festival

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Organization gets down with buddying up

Best Buddies promotes social outings for all students

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