• Stills from various student films combined in a graphic treatment.

    CSUN’S Senior Film Showcase, May 4

  • Clear the Air-CSUN going smoke- and tobacco-free.

    CSUN Going Smoke-Free, August 2015

  • CSUN Alumni Association President Francine Oschin, Donald Petrie, Judy Baca, Paul Jennings and CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison.

    CSUN’s 2015 Distinguished Alumni Awards

  • L.A. Mayor Garcetti Gives State of the City Speech At CSUN.

    Mayor Garcetti Gives State of the City at CSUN

  • Tommy Lasorda speaks to the CSUN baseball team.

    Tommy Lasorda Paints CSUN Dodger Blue

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Campaign Poster: Stop Sexual ViolenceCampuswide Effort Seeks to Expand Education About Sexual Assault and Abuse

The posters feature actual California State University, Northridge students reminding their peers that together they can stop sexual violence. The message is repeated in videos featuring CSUN student-athletes and leaders played during games in the Matadome and on the student government YouTube channel. Continue reading about the campus campaign against sexual violence.

Still from “The Death of Colm Canter,” directed by Revati Dhomse.CSUN Shines Spotlight on Hollywood’s Future Filmmakers at Showcase

Acclaimed director, screenwriter and producer John Singleton will help shine the spotlight next month on Hollywood’s next generation of movie makers as California State University, Northridge celebrates its 25th annual “Senior Film Showcase” at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Continue reading about the Future Filmmakers Showcase.

Photo: Decoy Gang War Victim ©1974, by Harry Gamboa, Jr. Performed by Asco, featuring Gronk.Whitney Museum in New Home to Feature Work By CSUN’s Harry Gamboa Jr.

When the Whitney Museum of American Art opens its new home in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District next month, among the works featured in its first exhibition will be pieces by California State University, Northridge Chicana/o studies professor Harry Gamboa Jr. Continue reading about Harry Gamboa Jr.

Photo of two student veterans relying on each other to complete the High Ropes Course Challenge.Student Veterans Conquer the High Ropes Course

Reaching beyond one’s comfort zone, building trust, raising self confidence and so much more took place when student veterans participated in the High Ropes Challenge Course (HRCC) at California State University, Northridge. The Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing, Student Veteran Organization and Veterans Resource Center (VRC) provided activities, both on the ground and in the air, that helped form a bond within the group. Continue reading about the High Ropes Challenge Course.

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