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CSUN to help revitalize outdated emergency phones 0

      The aging emergency phones on red poles scattered haphazardly around campus will be getting new equipment that is expected to give rhyme to their reason.   CSUN senators approved $200,000 to cover part of the nearly $1

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CSUN Primary Election Results 0

  Voting for vice president and final voting for president and senate president will take place on April 13 and 14. A debate will be held on April 11 at 4 p.m. in the SU Cohen Theater.

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CSUN senator looks to revamp scholarship program 1

CSUN is set to rescind its current scholarship program, but that doesn’t mean that scholarships or grants provided by student government will disappear.   Instead, Fabian Donate, a senator and chair of CSUN’s scholarships and grants committee, is looking to

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Students bid farewell to North Field 0

By: Jessica Segovia   Students gathered against the backdrop of the illuminated Lied Library on Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. to say farewell to North Field, the beloved green area that hosted fairs, concerts and a variety of other

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New organization created specifically for RSOs 0

A new organization designed to advocate on behalf of all Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) is starting this semester and may address a disconnect between students and the Office of Student Engagement & Diversity (OSED).   Student Engagement Ambassadors will serve

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UNLV rallies community around final presidential debate 0

Officials revealed more details on what hosting the final presidential debate this October will mean for UNLV during a rally held at the Cox Pavilion last Wednesday.   Speakers at the event included CSUN President Kanani Espinoza, Co-chairman of the

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Committee plans for 2016 presidential debate at UNLV

Editor’s Note: Rene McCullough, editor-in-chief of The Rebel Yell, is on the Presidential Debate Campus Engagement Committee discussed in this story. She was not involved in the assignment, reporting or editing of this story.   UNLV has a new committee

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CSUN Senate elections see little candidate interest, low voter turnout

CSUN Senate elections on Oct. 14 and 15 barely had enough candidates to fill most of the seats and saw lower voter turnout than in past years. Only the Lee Business School and the College of Liberal Arts had more

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CSUN senate president, attorney general positions under discussion

CSUN’s executive board may be facing some major changes if an initiative led by Hotel College Senator Alex Murdock passes. Murdock wants to remove the senate president position in order to prevent the CSUN executive board from having too much

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CSUN determines new freshmen unable to serve on Senate

Freshmen and transfer students will have to wait before they can hold a CSUN senate position due to a recent ruling by the judicial council. Former Senator Patricia Ramirez was removed from her position on Aug. 10 after the judicial

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