Sep. 20, 2016
Volume 2, Edition 6
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’90s-Themed Matador Nights is All That

Thousands of CSUN students jammed the USU during a trip back in time to the 1990s for its bi-annual Matador Nights on Sept. 16.

Freshman Convocation took place on September 16.

Freshmen Embark on Their CSUN Journey at Convocation

Thousands of CSUN freshmen strode onto Oviatt Lawn to cheers from student leaders and the strains of March of the Matadors during the annual Freshman Convocation. This look ahead to their graduation on the same spot featured inspirational words from author Jon Ronson, whose book So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed was the 2016 Freshman Common Reading.

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Magaram Center 25th Anniversary event.

A Touch of Broadway and Healthy Food at Magaram Center 25th Anniversary

Hosted by Emmy-winning actor Obba Babatundé, the silver anniversary for the Marilyn Magaram Center for Food Science, Nutrition and Dietetics featured healthy food demonstrations by alumni Barbara Fairchild and Paulette Lambert, as well as a performance by a group of Broadway performers.

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Upcoming Events

Assassins on September 23-25.

Assassins at the Little Theatre in Nordhoff Hall

Sept. 23 to Sept. 25
The musical Assassins depicts the lives of nine individuals who assassinated or tried to assassinate the President of the United States. Doors open at 7 p.m. Cost for CSUN students is $15 with ID.

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women's soccer

Women’s Soccer vs. Nebraska-Omaha

Sun, Sept. 25, 11 a.m.
“Beat the Heat” as the Matadors play their final game before Big West play. The first 100 fans will get a free Matador water bottle or hand fan.

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<em>DEAR WORLD</em> at VPAC

Tyne Daly in Jerry Herman’s DEAR WORLD at VPAC

Fri, Sept. 30, 8 p.m.
Tony- and Emmy-winning actress Tyne Daly steps into the role of mad Countess Aurelia in Jerry Herman’s musical DEAR WORLD.

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Focus on Students


EOP Celebrates Anniversary and Commemorates the Legacy of José Luis Vargas

The Educational Opportunity Program at CSUN is proud to celebrate 47 years of student success on campus and commemorate the legacy of former EOP Director José Luis Vargas.

Fourth Week Schedule Changes for Fall 2016

Request approval to add or drop a class or change the basis of grading by Sept. 23 at 4 p.m. Schedule changes in Week 5 of classes and beyond are not permitted.

Noontime Concert at USU, Plaza del Sol

Looking for a cool new spot to chill between classes while enjoying free food and live music? From hip-hop and country to rock and classical, Noontime Concert will bring you an hour of fresh new music from different performers from noon to 1 p.m. on Sept. 22.


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CSUN’s EOP will Celebrate 47 Years on Sept. 28


Farmer’s Market is Back Every Tuesday!


The Department of Cinema and Television Arts at CSUN was Awarded $60,000 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association