“Rushing Water, Rising Dreams: How the Arts are Transforming a Community,” a book by California State University, Northridge Chicana/o studies professor Denise Sandoval and Luis Rodriguez have received a bronze medal from the Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPY).
The idea had been floating around in Robert Taylor’s head for a while—the improbable, true story of a socially awkward 61-year-old farmer who beat professional athletes half his age in Australia’s 1983 ultramarathon.
California State University, Northridge ranks among the top 10 universities in the country that award undergraduate and graduate degrees to Hispanic students, according to Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education.
Sky Daniels, general manager and program director of California State University, Northridge’s fast-growing triple A format public radio station 88.5-FM KCSN/Los Angeles, has been nominated as Public Radio Program Director of the Year by the influential trade publication FMQB.
Tuesday, Sep. 18–Friday, Jul. 26
Tseng Gallery, Oviatt Library