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Dec. 2, 2014
Volume 2, Edition 16
CSUN gives back on Giving Tuesday.

Giving Tuesday: CSUN Gives Back

The CSUN campus community comes together today to help a variety of worthy causes during Giving Tuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. Activities include food, clothing, toy and blood donations. Read more about the global movement.

E-text saves CSUN students time and money.
eText Initiative Saves Students Time and Money
CSUN students are increasingly able to utilize digital textbooks as more faculty members are embracing the technology. To date, 70 faculty and staff members have authored eTexts, saving students an estimated $161,000. Read more about the digital textbooks.
Celebrating Native American Life at Powwow
Powwow Celebrates Native American Culture
The 31st annual Powwow at CSUN was an extraordinary display of Native American life, with singers, drummers and dancers performing traditional American Indian songs, and a variety of powwow dances continuing throughout the event. Read more about the event.
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Upcoming Events

Men’s basketball hosts Vanguard.

Basketball Doubleheader

Sat., Dec. 6, 4 & 7 p.m.

The women’s team takes on Pepperdine, then the men battle Vanguard. Read More

CSUN alumni enjoy Clippers game.

CSUN Night with the Clippers

Sat., Dec. 6, 7:30 p.m.

Enjoy exciting NBA action with CSUN alumni! Read More

Award-winning Canadian Brass quintet plays holiday hits.

Canadian Brass Holiday Concert at VPAC

Sun., Dec. 7, 7:30 p.m.

Award-winning brass quintet. Read More


Focus on Faculty & Staff

Dealing with Holiday Stress, Dec. 10

Join Mark Stevens, CSUN’s director of University Counseling Services, for a discussion on how this festive time of the year can also be the most stressful, and what we can do to reduce the stress and increase the joy we experience in the season.

Opportunities for Women in Leadership, Dec. 11

CSUN leaders Daisy Lemus, Helen Cox, Tina Kiesler, Julia Heinen and Hilary Baker discuss professional development opportunities available for women in leadership roles.

Bone Marrow Registry Drive, Dec. 9

CSUN and Be the Match are partnering up to find life-saving matches for blood cancers.


CSUN in the News

CSUN Alumnus Sean Franklin Finishes Fourth for MLS Humanitarian of the Year

Los Angeles Times

CSUN David Nazarian College Receives Gifts

San Fernando Valley Business Journal

Hot Rod Documentary Got Start at CSUN

Los Angeles Times


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