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Mavis Staples 88.5-FM to Host Music Legend Mavis Staples For a Valentine’s Week Performance at The Soraya

Tickets went on sale today for a special Valentine’s week performance by music legend Mavis Staples at the Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts (The Soraya) at California State University, Northridge on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020. Continue reading about Valentine’s Week Performance at The Soraya.

CSUN CSUN Gets Nearly $1M Grant to Train Special Education, Behavior Analysis Grad Students

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded California State University, Northridge nearly $1 million for a new, collaborative project designed to bridge the professional divide between special education teachers and behavior analysts that work with young children with disabilities with high-intensity needs. Continue reading about the new collaborative project.

John Ballard Homestead with two women out front, presumably Alice Ballard and Francis Brigs Ballard, Alice’s step-mother and John’s second wife CSUN Alum Uncovers Early Homestead Owned by African American Woman in Santa Monica Mountains

In 1900, just four years after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of racial segregation in the Plessy v. Ferguson case — and decades before the Civil Rights Act of 1964 — Alice Ballard, an African American woman and daughter of formerly enslaved people, owned 160 acres in the Santa Monica Mountains. Continue reading about CSUN's Student Voter Engagement.

Valley GO! provides hand cycling training for veterans and community member CSUN’s Valley GO! Receives Grant from the US Dept. of Veterans Affairs.

Valley GO! – a collaboration between California State University, Northridge’s Center of Achievement through Adaptive Physical Activity, the Aquatic Center, the Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing and the Triumph Foundation – has received a $111,675 grant from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to extend the program through 2020. Continue reading about CSUN’s Valley GO! .

Participants of Stages for All Ages CSUN Professor Finds Theater Promotes Healthy Aging

Theatre is a place where people come together to creatively tell a story and share a communal experience, and, according to California State University, Northridge theater professor Ah-Jeong Kim, it may help your later years be full of life. Continue reading about how theater promotes healthy aging.

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