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  • Family education day at CSUN on October 26, 2019 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

    CSUN to Host Free Education Event for Families

  • Vahram Shemmassian

    $2.1 M Gift Supports Armenian Studies

  • 88Five Live in Action

    88.5 FM Fall Membership Drive 2019

  • CSUN celebrating EOP50

    Celebrating 50 Years of Helping Students Succeed

  • Group of Students ona hunger strike in 1970 in front of San Fernando Valley State College (now CSUN)

    Chicana/o Studies: The Next Generation of Activism

  • CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison and CSUN junior Kenneth Hooks at the CSU Trustees’ Awards Ceremony

    Kenny Hooks: CSU Trustees’ Awardee

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right of way CSUN Library Presents ‘Right of Way: Justice and Equity in the Growth of Los Angeles’

California State University, Northridge’s Delmar T. Oviatt Library Special Collections and Archives will host a reception for its new exhibit, “Right of Way: Justice and Equity in the Growth of Los Angeles” on Wednesday, Oct. 16. The event will feature a keynote addressed by environmental activist and CSUN professor Loraine Lundquist. Continue reading about CSUN Library new exhibit.

The California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Five will hold a special oral argument outreach session for students at California State University, Northridge CA Court of Appeal to Hold Special Session at CSUN

The California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, Division Five will hold a special oral argument outreach session for students at California State University, Northridge on Wednesday, Oct. 16. Continue reading about CA Court of Appeal.

Marine Corps veteran Robert Graves ’18 (M.A., Sport Psychology) speaks to his fellow veterans and newly minted graduates at CSUN’s 2018 Veterans Graduation Reception ‘How to Grow a Beard’: Alumnus Gives Back by Assisting Fellow Veterans

From personal experience, Robert Graves understands that many veterans suffer in silence without seeking the help they need. Graves ’18 (M.A., Sport Psychology), a Marine Corps veteran, sees it all too often: The lives of homeless veterans and others are more difficult than they need to be because they are unaware of the wealth of resources available to them. Continue reading about Alumnus Gives Back by Assisting Fellow Veterans.

Nyssa Silbiger (left) and two colleagues measuring groundwater from a kayak in Mo’orea French Polynesia $1.2M Grant to Study Groundwater Impact upon Coral

Coral reefs are some of the most diverse and valuable ecosystems on Earth that are affected by climate change and other human impacts. Ongoing changes in climate and land-use affect these fragile ecosystems through ocean warming, ocean acidification and altered land-sea interactions. Continue reading about CSUN Professor Nyssa Silbiger.

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