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April 15, 2014
Volume 1, Edition 21
Diana Krall at her piano

Diana Krall Enthralls: Sold-Out VPAC Performance Wows Audience

Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist and vocalist Diana Krall performed to a sold-out crowd at CSUN’s Valley Performing Arts Center on April 4. Read more about the show.

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Valley Trauma Center Announces Name Change to Strength United
CSUN's Valley Trauma Center announced its name change to Strength United. The longtime community resource provides critical services to survivors of sexual and domestic abuse. Read more about Strength United.
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CSUN Fashion Show Highlights Student Designs
The public can get a jump on the next fashion trends when CSUN apparel design and merchandising students showcase their most stylish creations at the university’s annual spring fashion show on Saturday, April 26. Read more about the student runway show.
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Upcoming Events

Softball player
Movie Night at the Ballpark: Baseball vs. Hawaii
Thurs., April 17, 3 p.m. game, 7 p.m. movie
Come for the game, stay for “Field of Dreams!” Read More
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Cross-Examine the Judges Night
Tues., April 22, 7 p.m.
Open forum with LA Superior Court Judges. Read More
Judy Baca
Commerce of Creativity: Judy Baca
Wed., April 30, 7 p.m.
Excavating Land and Memory Through Public Art. Read More

Focus on Alumni & Community

CSUN Cinematheque: The Golden Fortress (Sonar Kella), April 17

Come enjoy the ongoing Satyajit Ray retrospective featuring this comedy thriller.

Sociologist to Explore Shifting Demographics of California at CSUN Event, April 21

Manuel Pastor is an expert in the economic, environmental and social conditions facing low-income communities. He will highlight California’s demographic shift and widening economic gap during a special presentation.

Emerging Cellist Gabriel Cabezas to Play VPAC April 24

Don’t miss the chance to see this emerging star in his VPAC debut. Be one of 200 guests seated on the Great Hall stage in an intimate, cabaret-style setting, with the opportunity to meet the artist after the performance.


CSUN in the News

The Most Important, Invisible Person in the Theater: The Stage Manager, Alumna Megan Crockett

LA Weekly

Music Professor Gee Rabe Is a Local Accordion Star

Los Angeles Times

Student is Reading 100 Years of No. 1 Bestsellers


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