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IT Alert: SSL Certificate Renewal for Eduroam - Effective October 22, 2020

On October 22nd at 7:00 a.m., the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate for the Eduroam Wi-Fi network will be renewed. Once in place, users on campus connecting to Eduroam on their computers or mobile devices will receive a pop-up message asking them to accept the new SSL certificate. Once accepted, the certificate will be renewed for the year and no other action is required.



A button pin that says @#%*!. @#%*! New Linguistics Course Studies Forbidden Language

It’s not every day that a college student gets assigned to watch comedian George Carlin’s landmark 1972 monologue, “The Seven Dirty Words You Can Never Say on Television.” But in CSUN linguistics professor Kenneth Luna’s course, it’s required viewing. The new fall 2020 course, Linguistics 230: Forbidden Language: Swearing and Taboo Language, takes an academic dive into the meaning, role and use of words typically considered obscene, foul or taboo in the English language. Continue reading about the Linguistics Course that Studies Forbidden Languages.

Jane Wurwand. Wurwand Foundation Donates to CSUN’s Small Business Consulting Program

The Wurwand Foundation — a foundation that connects local entrepreneurs with funding, coaching and community through their key initiative, FOUND/LA — has committed to donating an additional $125,000 to David Nazarian College of Business and Economics’ Small Business Consulting program at California State University, Northridge. The foundation’s total giving to the program over time is $425,000. Continue reading about the Wurwand Foundation Donations.

College Graduates holding a diploma. CSUN Helps Sponsor First Statewide Student Leadership Conference for CSU, UC and Community College Students

For the first time in state history, student leaders in California’s three tiers of higher education — the California State University (CSU), University of California (UC) and California Community College (CCC) systems — are teaming up to hold a statewide student leadership conference. The inaugural California Student Leadership Conference, “Rise Up!” is scheduled to take place online on Oct. 16-17. CSUN is a founding sponsor. Continue reading about how CSUN Helps Sponsor it's First Statewide Student Leadership Conference.

Vote 2020 pins in a pile overlapping each other. Matadors Engage in Civics and Democracy Through CSUN Act Now Events

As mail-in ballots were about to arrive in registered voters’ mailboxes, California voters joined the more than 65 million viewers who tuned in to last Tuesday’s highly anticipated debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. There was a lot to digest during and after the Sept. 29 debate, which covered the Supreme Court and the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, the ongoing fight against COVID-19, the economy, racial tension, climate change and questions of election integrity. Continue reading about Matadors engaging through CSUN Act Now events.

Four images of each artist profile picture stacked in a grid. Dawes to Launch 88.5-FM’s Drive-In Concert Series in Orange County

When it comes to live music, where there is a will, there is a way. Public, member-supported 88.5-FM — Southern California’s leading Triple-A (adult album alternative) rock station — is hosting Dawes at its first drive-in concert in Orange County on Saturday, Oct. 17. The acclaimed Los Angeles-based acclaimed folk rock group will perform songs from its new album, “Good Luck With Whatever,” as part of 88FIVE LIVE at Drive-In OC at City National Grove of Anaheim. The show is being produced in partnership with Nederlander Concerts. Continue reading about 88.5-FM’s Drive-In Concert Series in Orange County.

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