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Oct. 21, 2014
Volume 2, Edition 10
Sarah McLachlan

Sarah McLachlan and Ryan Adams headline KCSN’s Fall Benefit Concerts

Sarah McLachlan, Ryan Adams, Conor Oberst, David Gray and Laura Marling will take the stage over the course of two nights in December for the CSUN public radio station KCSN’s 2014 Benefit Concerts at the Valley Performing Arts Center. Read more about the concerts.

President Harrison with other panelists
White House STEM Workshop Brings Science Leaders to CSUN
White House representatives joined CSUN faculty, administrators and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education leaders from across the country on Oct. 7 to cultivate strategies for keeping students in STEM fields, with the goal of making the United States more competitive in a technologically savvy global market. Read more about the STEM event.
CSUN students at AIDS Walk
CSUN Community Comes Together to Support 30th Annual AIDS Walk L.A.
More than 260 CSUN participants were among the 25,000 walkers who filled the streets of West Hollywood and Los Angeles on Oct. 12 at the 30th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles. Read more about AIDS Walk.
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Upcoming Events


Mummenschanz at the VPAC

Fri., Oct. 24, 8 p.m.

Celebrating 40 years of captivating fans. Read More

women's volleyball

Women’s Volleyball vs. UC Davis

Fri., Oct. 24, 7 p.m.

Wear pink for free admission. Read More

Todd Ellison

Todd Ellison: Broadway’s Greatest Hits at VPAC

Sun., Oct. 26, 3 p.m.

Featuring Jane Lynch and other luminaries. Read More


Focus on Alumni & Community

Working for Uncle Sam: Careers in Government, Oct. 23

Come hear what CSUN alumni have to share about working for the state and federal government, how to get your foot in the door and more! There is no cost to attend.

CSUN To Host “Walk a Mile in Their Shoes” to Draw Attention to Domestic and Sexual Violence, Oct. 25

The public is invited to “Walk a Mile in Their Shoes” on Saturday, Oct. 25, as CSUN hosts a march to raise awareness and funds to help victims of domestic and sexual violence.

C2: The Commerce of Creativity with Luis Alfaro, Oct. 28

The Commerce of Creativity will feature Citizen Artist: Luis Alfaro, “Making Art From My Everyday.”


CSUN in the News

Paula Thomson Touts Flash Mob Health Benefits

U.S. News & World Report

CSUN’s Ric Alviso Talks about Job Market for Music Educators

CBS Los Angeles

CSUN Alumnus Nominated for NAACP Theatre Awards

Broadway World Los Angeles


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