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When the Power Grid Fails

At approximately 4 pm on Thursday, Sept. 8, two CSU campuses went dark. A blackout that began through human error in Arizona had spread across county, state and national borders.

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CSU Takes Part in Climate Change Forum

The CSU Council on Ocean Affairs, Science and Technology (COAST) was part of a panel on climate change hosted by U.S. Congressman Alan Lowenthal in Long Beach September 2.

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Stewards of the Oceans

For the past 40 years, U.S. national marine sanctuaries have worked to provide a secure habitat for species close to extinction and protect historically significant shipwrecks and artifacts.

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Student Researchers Bring Big Ideas

CSU students are addressing today’s top issues including the impact of minimum wage increases, California’s water crisis, and the public perception of police officers.

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