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Apr. 7, 2015
Volume 2, Edition 30
Award Recipients

Distinguished Alumni to Be Honored

Internationally recognized muralist Judy Baca, visionary entrepreneur and telecommunications pioneer Paul Jennings, and acclaimed film and television director Donald Petrie will receive one of the university’s highest honors, the Distinguished Alumni Award, on April 18. Read more about the Distinguished Alumni Awards.

Interns with President Harrison and Dean Stella Theodoulou
CSUN Students Excel in Washington, D.C. Internship Program
Since 2006, the Cal State D.C. Program has given students the opportunity to spend a semester studying and working in the world of politics in our nation’s capital. With the number of participants growing, CSUN students are becoming a powerful force in Washington, D.C. Read more about the D.C. Internship Program.
President Harrison with athletes
Varsity N Awards Recognize Academic Excellence Among CSUN Student-Athletes
The rigors placed on the modern student-athlete can be daunting, which is why CSUN Athletics recognizes scholar-athletes at the annual Varsity N Recognition Ceremony. Read more about scholar-athletes.
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Upcoming Events

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Baseball vs. UC Santa Barbara

Sat., April 11, 2 p.m.

The Matadors take on the #13 Gauchos. Read More

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CSUN’s Annual Juried Art Student Exhibition

Mon., April 13, noon

Featuring works from all media of visual arts. Read More

The Mutter Bronfman Harrell Trio

The Mutter Bronfman Harrell Trio at VPAC

Thu., April 16, 7:30 p.m.

Three renowned virtuosi. Read More


Focus on Alumni & Community

Seattle-Area CSU Alumni Reception, April 13

Network with fellow Matadors, enjoy appetizers and prizes!

CSUN Invites the Campus and Community to “Meet The Dogs”

CSUN’s Department of Police Services will show off its tough but lovable K-9 unit dogs at the second annual Meet The Dogs event on April 15. The event also supports the CSUN K-9 unit by selling “dog-friendly” merchandise.

CSUN Opens Registration for Summer Youth Programs

CSUN offers a series of youth enrichment programs and camps for elementary, middle and high schoolers to mature socially and academically .


CSUN in the News

CSUN’s 100 Citizens Program Impacts Community

Los Angeles Times

CSUN Alumna Lorie Zapf’s Path From Foster Care To San Diego City Council


CSUN Student's Poem Included in Japan Earthquake Remembrance

The Rafu Shimpo

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