The world’s coral reefs may survive the effects of an increasingly warmer planet, but not in a state that most people would recognize, according to a new study by California State University, Northridge marine biologist Peter Edmunds. Continue reading about the Coral Reef Study.
It was the final night of a rare three-week run of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” performed in Korean at the acclaimed Barbican Centre in London, and California State University, Northridge theater historian Ah-Jeong Kim spent that evening in 2006 studying the audience. Continue reading about CSUN theater historian Ah-Jeong Kim's work.
Dozens of faculty, staff and students showed up for the California State University, Northridge Black Alumni Association’s inaugural awards and scholarship fundraiser on, Sept. 27, at the Orange Grove Bistro. Continue reading about the Northridge Black Alumni Association.
When the Aerospace Corporation looked for a place to build a solar observatory in the 1960s for their work with space radiation, they needed to find somewhere where an unstable atmosphere wouldn’t impede their work. They chose the San Fernando Valley — a place where the air is so stable, it leads to the area’s smog problem — to build the San Fernando Observatory (SFO) in the area between Van Nuys and Santa Clarita in 1969. Continue reading about the San Fernando Observatory.
California State University, Northridge theater students will be touring San Fernando Valley middle and high schools this fall with a play that bridges Greek mythology with contemporary times to explore the challenges of being a teenager in today’s world. Continue reading about the CSUN theater students.