• Sting premiers new album at VPAC.

    Sting KCSN Studio Session at VPAC, Aug. 31

  • CSUN Film School Earns Star-Studded Rankings

    CSUN Film School Earns Star-Studded Rankings

  • Nature Index: CSUN in Top 25 Rising Stars for Research

    CSUN in Top 25 Rising Stars for Research

  • VPAC Single Tickets On Sale! $12 Student Tickets

    VPAC Single Tickets On Sale! $12 Student Tickets

  • CSUN's Accounting Program Ranked 3rd in the Nation

    CSUN Accounting Program 3rd in the Nation

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Photo of Mehrangiz Kar.Prominent Iranian Human Rights Activist to Teach at CSUN in the Fall

The Iranian government has made it clear that it doesn’t like what Mehrangiz Kar has to say about what is happening in Iran or how Islamic law impacts women. The prominent Iranian lawyer, writer and activist doesn’t care. Continue reading about Mehrangiz Kar.

Photo of Ringo Starr.Ringo Starr Drums Up Some Praise for KCSN

Ringo Starr, the legendary drummer for the iconic rock band the Beatles, was recently asked during an Aug. 4 interview on Bloomberg Business Week how he prefers to listen to music today. His response had a familiar ring to those with ties to California State University, Northridge. Continue reading about Ringo Starr.

Former CSUN AS President and new CSU Student Trustee Jorge Reyes Salinas.Gov. Brown Appoints Two CSUN Students to Statewide Boards

California State University, Northridge’s student leadership is extending beyond its campus, with Gov. Jerry Brown appointing former Associated Students (AS) President Jorge Reyes Salinas a student trustee for the California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees, and AS Attorney General Christian Rubalcava to the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC). Continue reading about the appointments.

CSUN theoretical astrophysicist Wladimir Lyra.CSUN Theoretical Astrophysicist Brings International Collaboration to the Classroom

On a Friday afternoon in July, California State University, Northridge theoretical astrophysicist Wladimir Lyra sat in a conference room with four of his returning students. Astronomy graduate Alexandra Yep joined them via Skype from Germany. Brazilian graduate student Leonardo Sattler Cassará introduced himself to his new colleagues. Continue reading about the Origins Lab.

Cover image of “The Blacker the Ink” anthology.CSUN Prof’s Book on Blacks’ Portrayal in Comics Wins Eisner Award at Comic-Con

“The Blacker the Ink,” an anthology that explores black identity on the comic pages and in comic books and graphic novels, and co-edited by California State University, Northridge professor Frances Gateward, won a Will Eisner Comic Industry Award at Comic-Con San Diego 2016. Continue reading about Frances Gateward.


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Zika Virus Information

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