May 26, 2021
Volume 8, Edition 24
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Photo Finish: New CSUN Grads Celebrate with Pics

Graduating students from across the university made trips to campus to celebrate their achievements and mark the occasion with pictures — often in caps, gowns and sashes. Check out these photos and help celebrate the graduates who kept reaching for their dreams.


CSUN President Beck Releases Report on 100-Day Listening Tour

CSUN President Erika D. Beck spent her first 100 days in office on a comprehensive listening tour — meeting with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and industry and community leaders — in an effort to understand the opportunities and challenges the campus faces. This month, she released a report on her findings. The 100-Day Listening Tour Report focuses on seven themes that emerged during the myriad sessions of listening and learning.

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Portraits of CSUN students Ma. Alexsa Ramos and Elizabeth Souza.

‘CSUN Gave Me the Courage to Voice Who I Am’: Asian American and Pacific Islander Students Talk History, Hope

CSUN’s Asian American, Pacific Islander and Desi American students have long been at the forefront of the urgent discussion surrounding social justice and racial inequality, working to drive social change. CSUN Today spoke with students Ma. Alexsa Ramos and Elizabeth Souza about their thoughts and experiences as Asian American and Pacific Islander students and how they hope to make their impact on society.

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Focus on Alumni & Community


Chicana/o Studies Students Guide Children to Help Improve Our Planet

The CSUN Chicana/o Studies Department and the community group Padres Pioneros-Parent Pioneers partnered on the Good Heart Chicana/o and Native Science project to get children and families engaged in caring for the planet. Dozens of children and their families recently celebrated this project, at a drive-by celebration in San Fernando.

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CSUN Receives Special Military Designation

CSUN has been awarded the Military Friendly Campus designation for 2021-22 by the Military Friendly organization, recognizing the university’s comprehensive and meaningful commitment to serving the military and veteran community.

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