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Photo of Bonnie RaittKCSN 88.5-FM Benefit Concert to Feature Bonnie Raitt

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Bonnie Raitt will headline KCSN 88.5 FM/Los Angeles’ next benefit concert on Monday, Feb. 22, at the Valley Performing Arts Center at California State University, Northridge. Continue reading about the event.

Photo courtesy of Salvador Esparza.CSUN Health Prof Appointed to LA City Health Commission

California State University, Northridge health administration professor Salvador Esparza was recently appointed to the Los Angeles City Health Commission, where he represents the 12th Council District which includes Porter Ranch, Canoga Park and Northridge. Continue reading about Salvador Esparza.

CSSUN’s Model United Nations (MUN) team brought home top honors from the National MUN Conference. Photo by Lee Choo.CSUN’s Model United Nations Team Sweeps at National Competition

California State University, Northridge’s Model United Nations (MUN) team outpaced universities from across the country at the National MUN Conference in early November in Washington, D.C., bringing home top awards. Continue reading about the competition.

Photo of Franck VigneronCSUN Business Prof Wins 2015 Best Business Book of the Year in France

As a college student, Franck Vigneron, now a marketing professor at California State University, Northridge, was intrigued by the influence branding activities had in creating and maintaining the appeal for luxury goods — whether it was the sleek designs of Louis Vuitton or the sporty features of a Lamborghini. Continue reading about the best business book of the year.

American Indian Studies director Brian Burkhart stands in his office. Photo by Luis Garcia.American Indian Studies Program Sheds Light on Present-Day Native People

Many people know the general narrative about Thanksgiving taught in U.S. classrooms, recounting the Native Americans’ supposed feast with newly arrived Europeans hundreds of years ago. But how many people know about the current culture and lives of Native Americans today? Continue reading about the program.



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