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Apr. 28, 2015
Volume 2, Edition 33
CSUN's Student Filmmakers.

CSUN Shines Spotlight on Hollywood’s Future Filmmakers

In May, acclaimed director, screenwriter and producer John Singleton will help shine the spotlight on Hollywood’s next generation of movie makers as CSUN celebrates its 25th annual “Senior Film Showcase” at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Read more about Hollywood’s Future Filmmakers.

CSUN's reputation and visibility campaign.
CSUN Launches New Graphic Identity, Visibility Campaign
The moniker “CSUN” has been used to refer to California State University, Northridge since the early 1970s. CSUN has formally launched a new graphic identity that embraces that acronym and unveiled a new visibility campaign to elevate the university’s reputation and visibility. Read more about the campaign.
Cigarette butts
CSUN is Clearing the Air
To provide a healthier environment in which students, faculty and staff can learn, work and live, CSUN will become smoke- and tobacco-free starting with the fall 2015 semester this August. Read more about CSUN’s smoke- and tobacco-free campus.
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Upcoming Events

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Softball vs. Hawaii

Sat., May 2, noon

Senior Day for the first-place Matadors. Read More

Luis Rodriguez

L.A. Poet Laureate Luis Rodriguez at CSUN

Wed., May 6, 2 p.m.

Community activist and advocate. Read More

Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars

Sierra Leone’s Refugee All-Stars at VPAC

Sat., May 9, 8 p.m.

A fun evening of rhythm and dance. Read More


Focus on Faculty & Staff

Walkadoo is Coming to CSUN, May 4

Walkadoo, a get-moving program for busy people with busy lives, is coming to CSUN. Walkadoo offers personalized goals, aided by the latest technology, to make getting active easier than ever. Participants can also connect with friends and family for support and some good-natured competition.

Kaiser Permanente Mobile Health Vehicle, May 5

Kaiser Permanente will be offering complimentary biometric screenings to faculty and staff (Kaiser and Non-Kaiser members), including cholesterol and glucose (nonfasting) testing, body mass measurements, and blood pressure readings. Walk-ins can be accommodated, but appointments are preferred.

Families Explore CSUN at Annual Event

More than 5,500 attended the annual event, where many future CSUN students and their families set foot on the campus for the first time and discovered the resources that will fuel their future success.


CSUN in the News

Martha Graham at VPAC: Dance as a Bridge from Past to the Future

Los Angeles Times

CSUN Among Colleges Digging Into Sustainable Dining

University Business Magazine

CSUN Professor Talks About How MBA Careers Can Pack Social Impact

Business Because

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