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Dec. 10, 2013
Volume 1, Edition 7
Tharini Shanmugarajah performs

Passion for Dance Will Take Student to Kennedy Center Stage

CSUN kinesiology major Tharini Shanmugarajah’s passion for dance will take her to the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., where she will join other dancers in a special performance of Indian classical dancing. Read more about the performance.

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CSUN Recognized as Champion of Access and Success
The Institute for Higher Education Policy named CSUN an “Exemplar Institution” at its inaugural Champions of Access and Success Awards, which took place recently at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Read more about the award.
CSUN kiosk at Northridge Fashion Center
Holiday Gift Idea: Matador Gear Available at Northridge Fashion Center
Just in time for the holidays, CSUN gear — ranging from sweatshirts and T-shirts to license plates and Christmas ornaments — is available for purchase at the Northridge Fashion Center now through Dec. 31. 
Read more about the gear
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Upcoming Events

Rainer Werner Fassbinder
CSUN Cinematheque: Querelle
Thu., Dec. 12, 7 p.m.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder Retrospective. Read More
The Oak Ridge Boys
The Oak Ridge Boys: Christmas Time’s a Comin’
Fri., Dec. 13, 8 p.m.
The Iconic Group’s Christmas Tour. Read More
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Women’s Basketball vs. Northern Arizona
Thu., Dec 19, 7 p.m.
Come Cheer on the Matadors! Read More

Focus on Alumni & Community

Soccer Standout Tabbed as Semifinalist for MAC Hermann Trophy

Junior forward Sagi Lev-Ari has been selected as a semifinalist for the Missouri Athletic Club Hermann Trophy. Lev-Ari is one of 15 players in the running for collegiate soccer’s top award.

Wind Ensemble Brings the Gift of Music to Prisoners

Members of CSUN’s acclaimed Wind Ensemble gave their audience an afternoon to remember on Sunday, Dec. 8, when they performed a special holiday concert for the inmates at the California Institution for Women in Corona.

Alumni, Students Celebrate Pan African Studies

Alumni and students came together recently to celebrate the founding of CSUN’s groundbreaking Department of Pan African Studies, one of the oldest in the nation.


CSUN in the News

CSUN Alumnus Given L.A. Galaxy’s Humanitarian of the Year Award

Los Angeles Times

Dancers Celebrate American Indian Traditions at CSUN powwow

Daily News

Anthem Blue Cross Names Alumnus President

Yahoo Finance


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