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Student group hacks CSUN president’s email, says student government is corrupt

A group that calls itself the Rebel Whistle has sent a slew of emails to CSUN accusing the undergraduate student government of being corrupt. The group hacked into CSUN President Elias Benjelloun’s email account on July 29 and have since sent several emails to other members of CSUN, as well as a statement to The Rebel Yell. “We know ...Full Article

CSUN senate votes to use money left over from previous administration

  After debating the issue for most of the summer, CSUN has approved its budget for the upcoming school year. Though the senate disagreed over the allocation of leftover ...Full Article

Ambiguity in bylaws prompts CSUN to amend budget

CSUN leaders Elias Benjelloun and Alex Murdock are butting heads once again, but this time it’s about the student government budget. Last month, Benjelloun created a budget of $1.3 ...Full Article

CSUN Senator sends apology letter to Hillary Clinton

  Hillary Clinton should be expecting another letter from CSUN, but this time she will not be asked to donate her speaking fee. Hotel College Sen. Alex Murdock sent ...Full Article

Petition against CSUN rejected by District Court

A petition filed against CSUN by Hotel Senator Alex Murdock and former Senate President Jasmine Hicks was denied by Clark County’s 8th Judicial District Court on June 25. Murdock ...Full Article

Murdock, Hicks file petition against CSUN

CSUN Senator Alex Murdock of the hotel college and former Senate President Jasmine Hicks have filed a petition against CSUN claiming that the judicial council of the UNLV undergraduate ...Full Article

Anonymous source releases statement regarding comments made by CSUN justices

The source who accused three student government justices of making sexist and homophobic comments about their peers has come forward. Armani Rodriguez, an assistant director in CSUN, released a ...Full Article

CSUN member: Justices made homophobic, sexist remarks about former officials at party

  A day after a controversial ruling put Elias Benjelloun and his running-mates into student government office, CSUN judges attended a party held by the newly-inaugurated students. This much ...Full Article

As threat of lawsuit looms large, critics claim CSUN ruling violates Constitution

  After a controversial judicial ruling put three students into office who had been previously disqualified from an election, CSUN student government could be facing its third lawsuit in ...Full Article

Zhitny and Benjelloun sworn in

  The CSUN Judicial Council ruled Wednesday night that the disqualifi cation of Elias Benjelloun, Kanani Espinoza and Vladislav Zhitny from the results of the recent E-board election was ...Full Article
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