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The CSUN Symphony joined by alumnus Serj Tankian.CSUN’s Music Program Ranked Among the Top 25 by The Hollywood Reporter

California State University, Northridge has been ranked among the top 25 music schools in the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter. The publication pointed to alumni such as Andy Summers and Diane Warren — as well as CSUN renowned programs in media and film composition, jazz and classical performance, and music industry studies — in ranking what it called “elite institutions … [that] will help you hit the high notes in everything from film composition to live performance.” Continue reading about The Hollywood Reporter ranking.

Author Sahag Gureghian, Samantha Gureghian and illustrator Annie Morcos. Niece’s Imagination Inspires CSUN Staff Member’s Book for Children.

Sahag Gureghian said the inspiration for his new children’s book, “Cloudgirl,” hit him as he watched his then 7-year-old niece, Samantha Gureghian, sketch a little girl wearing a cloud tutu. “I asked Samantha what the little girl was called, and she said, ‘Cloudgirl,’” Gureghian, an evaluator in California State University, Northridge’s Office of Admissions and Records and a writer, recalled. “I thought, ‘There’s a story there.’ Continue reading about the children’s book, “Cloudgirl”.

Professor Zhong-Gou Zhou teaches his investments course in the remodeled financial lab.Remodeled Finance Lab Brings Taste of Wall Street to CSUN Finance Students

There’s a little slice of Wall Street running through Northridge this fall. They’re nearly 3,000 miles from the closing bell and the New York Stock Exchange, but students in the California State University, Northridge David Nazarian College of Business and Economics are flexing their finance muscles in a newly remodeled lab that boasts more technological tools and the opportunity to earn a certificate in financial analysis. Continue reading about the Nazarian College Lab.

CSUN urban planning professor works alongside urban planning students Andres Zuniga and Ashely Mercado. CSUN Urban Planning Project Takes on Human Trafficking in Southern California

Geography is often seen as something taught in a classroom or used by a street planner. California State University, Northridge urban planning professor Henrik Minassians is creating maps for a different use — to help end human trafficking on the streets of South Los Angeles, San Fernando and Pomona. Continue reading about the CSUN Urban Planning Project.


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