Feb. 7, 2017
Volume 4, Edition 24
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CSUN Athletics Announces “One Team, One Goal, One Matador” Alumni Engagement Campaign

CSUN’s Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Brandon E. Martin announced on Feb. 2 the launching of “One Team, One Goal, One Matador,” which highlights CSUN Athletics’ commitment to developing relationships with CSUN alumni and supporters in the Northridge and greater San Fernando Valley region.

Two CSUN students were chosen for a special internship at the Golden Globes.

From Manzanita Hall to the Red Carpet: Two CSUN Students Intern at Golden Globe Awards

Two CSUN students interned at the Golden Globe Awards, producing social media content for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

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CSUN Homecoming is this Saturday, February 11.

CSUN Homecoming: Celebrating All Matadors

Reconnect and reunite with fellow Matadors, and enjoy the food, fun and festivities, which will now take place in the spectacular Student Recreation Center.

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Upcoming Events

The CSUN homecoming men's basketball game is against UC Santa Barbara on Saturday, February 11 at 7:30 p.m.

Homecoming Game: Men’s Basketball vs. UC Santa Barbara

Sat, Feb. 11, 7:30 p.m.
CSUN’s big daylong homecoming event will be topped off with an important conference matchup between the Matadors and the visiting Gauchos.

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La Santa Cecilia comes to Valley Performing Arts Center on February 18.

La Santa Cecilia at VPAC

Sat, Feb. 18, 8 p.m.
From the heart of Olvera Street, this L.A.-based, Grammy Award-winning band exemplifies the modern-day creative hybrid of Latin culture, rock and world music.

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Faculty in CSUN’s Department of Art have created beautiful art pieces in CSUN’s Art and Design Center.

Full and Part (One) at Main Gallery, Art and Design Center

Feb. 11-Mar. 9
Full- and part-time faculty in CSUN’s Department of Art have created beautiful art pieces in CSUN’s Art and Design Center. This free event provides an opportunity for the community to engage in contemporary sculpture discourse.

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Focus on Alumni & Community


Alumnus is a Personification of Grit

Patrick Prager, the son of former CSUN Associate Vice President of Student Affairs Mary Ann Cummins-Prager and the late Peter Prager, former special assistant to the dean of the Delmar T. Oviatt Library, completed a brave journey to earn his bachelor’s degree.

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Alumnus Rainbow Hops into App Development

Inspired by David Reichelt, creative director for the successful mobile game Color Switch, Jonathan Wong began to realize his passion for developing and launched his first side-scroller mobile application, Rainbow Hop.

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Commit To Be Fit Is Back for Spring

Commit To Be Fit, the free fitness program for CSUN staff, faculty, students and community members, which is led by CSUN Kinesiology students under the supervision of CSUN Kinesiology faculty, is back for the spring semester. Meeting four times per week, Monday through Thursday, participants can elect group or individualized training.

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CSUN in the News


Profile of CNN Correspondent, CSUN Alumna Barbara Starr

The Hill

CSUN Gets $880,000 Grant to Cut Obesity in Canoga Park

Daily News

L.A. Councilwoman Tackles Human Trafficking with Help from CSUN Researchers

KPCC, California Public Radio