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    CSUN Soccer Doubleheader, Aug. 30

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    CSUN Becomes Smoke and Tobacco Free

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    Alum A. Martinez Climbs L.A. Talk Radio Ranks

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Biology professor Jonathan Kelber makes cancer cell samples to analyze in his lab.CSUN Biology Prof Paves Way for Future Breast Cancer Treatments

Imagine breast cancer as cells hidden in an invisible house — a house whose blueprints researchers have been hunting for decades. Now imagine suddenly discovering a key support wall for this house, a support wall that could change the future for breast cancer treatment. Continue reading about breast cancer research.

President Dianne F. Harrison and actor Jon Hamm at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s dinner.Hollywood Foreign Press Gift to Support CSUN Student Senior Film Projects

While celebrities such as Halle Berry, Lady Gaga, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jane Fonda, Emily Blunt, Benicio del Toro, Sarah Silverman and John Krasinski looked on, California State University, Northridge was awarded a $60,000 grant from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to support students working on their senior film projects. Continue reading about the grant.

Ethel Bradley and Tom Bradley celebrate the election of Tom Bradley as mayor of L.A. in 1973.CSUN, Bradley Foundation Join Forces to Study LA’s Ethnic Communities

California State University, Northridge has joined forces with the Tom and Ethel Bradley Foundation to develop a unique resource for the study of the ethnic communities of Los Angeles and the sharing of their stories. Continue reading about the partnership.

DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion, performing “Fluid Infinites” in 2013.CSUN Hosts First-Ever Residency for World-Renowned Diavolo Dance Company

The world-renowned Diavolo, a Los Angeles-based dance company known for its unique “architecture in motion” style, will participate in CSUN’s first-ever residency program and campus “takeover” beginning, Aug. 31. Continue reading about the residency.


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