Oct. 20, 2020
Volume 8, Edition 6
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CSUN to Host Vote Center,
Oct. 24-Nov. 3

CSUN once again will serve the region by hosting a vote center on campus. The site will be located in Redwood Hall Room 160 and will be open from Saturday, Oct. 24, through Election Day — Tuesday, Nov. 3. Free voter parking is available.


Virtual Reunion Brings the Class of 1970 Back to CSUN

CSUN reconnected dozens of members of the Class of 1970, virtually, during their 50-year class reunion. Faculty and staff members who began their service to CSUN in 1970 also were recognized and inducted into CSUN’s 50-Year Club.

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Tataviam tribal leaders participate in Indigenous Peoples Day 2016, in front of Los Angeles City Hall.

‘We’re Still Here’: Land Acknowledgement Strengthens Bond Between CSUN and Fernandeño Tataviam Band

The descendants of the First Peoples of the San Fernando Valley continue to work, learn and grow here. CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison, in consultation with tribal President Rudy Ortega Jr. of the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians, and professor Scott Andrews (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma), recently led the university in making a land acknowledgement public for the first time.

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Focus on Alumni & Community


Black Matadors Got Talent, Nov. 6

Join the Black Alumni Association for the first “Black Matadors Got Talent” event, a night filled with great performances from our community of Black Matadors. Whether you are a performer or just want to see a great show, virtually, we have the perfect night planned for you. Performances are open to alumni, students, staff and faculty.

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Veterans Chapter Networking, Nov. 6

Come meet other veteran alumni and students in a relaxed environment in advance of Veterans Day.

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CSUN Nazarian College Distinguished Speaker Series: The Business of Entertainment, Nov. 17

A panel of talented CSUN alumni with high-profile leadership roles in the entertainment industry will share their experiences, how they built successful and diverse careers in entertainment, and what it takes to make some of America’s most popular movies and television shows.

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Strength United Events for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Strength United has a robust list of events for Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The theme for this year is #CommunitiesUnited, diving into how domestic violence affects individuals throughout their lives.

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