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Alert IconMemorial Day Observance

University offices will be closed in observance of the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 25. The Department of Police Services will be staffed during the closure and can be reached at 818-677-2111.

Photo of Angelica Amezcua.Chicana/o Studies Major Receives Top Graduate Student Award

Angelica Amezcua ’11 (Chicana/o Studies/Spanish) had a hard time adjusting when her family immigrated to the United States from Mexico. Then 11 years old, she couldn’t speak English and was accidentally placed in an all-English-speaking class. She begged her mother to take her back to Mexico. Continue reading about Angelica Amezcua.

Photo of Tania Benjamin.A Future Doctor, Scholar, CPA and Civic Leader Among Students Recognized by CSUN

Tania Benjamin knew early, when she was a teenager caring for her sick grandfather, that she wanted to be a doctor. The 21-year-old cell and molecular biology major has spent her time at California State University, Northridge working toward that goal. Continue reading about the Honors Convocation.

CSUN student film crew in action.CSUN Among the Top Film Schools in the World, According to Variety

The California State University, Northridge has been named among the top 40 film schools in the world in the latest issue of Variety. The magazine also included four CSUN film students on its “students to watch” list. Continue reading about the CSUN Film School.

Photo of Jaspreet Ghotra and John Pak.CSUN Senators Make Campus History, Refuse to Allow Deafness to Become a Barrier to Success

Hoping to tear down misconceptions that college is beyond the reach of deaf students, California State University, Northridge seniors Jaspreet Ghotra and John Pak made university history this year as elected members of CSUN’s student government, Associated Students. Continue reading about Jaspreet Ghotra and John Pak.

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