Feb. 16, 2021
Volume 6, Edition 15
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The Soraya Celebrates a Decade of World-Class Performances

For 10 years, the Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts has been the cultural heart of the San Fernando Valley, a world-class venue for performances by some of the most talented entertainers from around the globe. In honor of The Soraya’s 10th anniversary, CSUN Today published photos of some of its most memorable performances (including world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma, above).


Alumnus Played Key Role in Ossoff’s High-Stakes Senate Race

Steven Parker ’94 (Political Science), who was Associated Students president during the 1994 Northridge earthquake, served as political director for the campaign of U.S. Sen. Jon Ossoff of Georgia, one of the most-watched and high-stakes Senate races in recent history.

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Black and white photo of four people in formal wear at a Howard University alumni event in Los Angeles.

Harry Adams: Picturing the Black Middle Class of Los Angeles, 1960s and 1970s

Harry Adams, best known for his photos of celebrities and politicians, was also called upon by members of the city’s Black middle classes to photograph important events in their lives. Adams’ work is highlighted in the Tom and Ethel Bradley Center Photograph Collections in CSUN’s University Library Digital Collections.

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Focus on Students


Black History Month Events Continue

Organizations across campus continue to hold virtual events celebrating the accomplishments and contributions of the Black community.

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Hang Out with Other CSUN Students Virtually, in The Lounge

Associated Students created The Lounge, a free space to talk, play games and connect with fellow CSUN students.

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Spring Late Registration Ends

Feb. 19 is the last day to drop classes or change grading basis online. If possible, please finalize your schedule by Feb. 19, when recorded enrollments are considered official. Students may add a class online with instructor permission after Feb. 19, but all other schedule changes require formal approval.

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Career Paths for English Majors: A Three-Part Panel Series Begins Feb. 27

What are the career opportunities for English majors in today’s publishing industry? On Feb. 27, a panel of experienced publishing professionals will discuss the state of the industry today and avenues into the publishing world. Additional events are scheduled for March and April.

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Take a Summer Class at CSUN

The university offers more than 600 academic-credit classes during three separate sessions, June 1-Aug. 24. From March 16-22, CSUN students can sign up through the myNorthridge portal for early registration appointments that take place March 23-31. Open registration for everyone starts April 1. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.

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