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Fontana resident is chosen for prestigious program

Shiner, who earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and master’s degree in public administration from Cal State Northridge, is passionate about community, and remains active in charitable, mentoring and volunteer work. She serves on the board of the Bootstrap Scholarship Foundation and the Association for Fundraising Professionals Youth in Philanthropy committee. -- Fontana Herald News

Fenwick wideout Mike O'Laughlin commits to West Virginia football

O'Laughlin, a Pioneer Press All-Area Football First-Team Offense selection, said he was comfortable playing football far from home. His older brother Casey, a senior at Fenwick, is signed to play baseball at Northwestern. His father, J.J. O'Laughlin, was a California native who played quarterback for three seasons at Illinois before transferring to Cal State Northridge. His mother, Kathleen, played collegiate volleyball at Illinois and Cal State Northridge. -- Chicago Tribune

Offering a course in director and production with little budget

De acuerdo al cineasta, quien tiene una maestría en Guión por la California State University Northridge de Los Ángeles, California, y es director de las películs Enero y Andrea en una caja, el taller está dirigido en general “a estudiantes o jóvenes que hayan hecho sus primeros cortos o quieran incursionar en el cine; pero, también alguien con alguna trayectoria que quiera refrescar o aprender cosas nuevas, es bienvenido”. -- Cambio de Michoacán - Mexico (in Spanish)

Why L.A. scientists plan to march on Saturday

Geneticist Maria Elena Zavala of Cal State Northridge said that to her, marching for science also means marching to protect disenfranchised people who will probably be the most affected by cuts to federally funded research and the rollback of environmental protections, both of which President Trump has advocated. -- Los Angeles Times

Steve Smith: A review of Doc Severinsen’s 90th birthday concert in Northridge and more

Even though he won’t actually hit 90 until July 7 (the same day that kid, Ringo Starr, turns 77), Severinsen’s 16-song, 90-minute gig with his scorching hot Big Band last Thursday at the Valley Performing Arts Center at Cal State Northridge marked the milestone, celebrated complete with cake and one and all singing “Happy Birthday.” -- Los Angeles Daily News

Why L.A. scientists plan to march on Saturday

Geneticist Maria Elena Zavala of Cal State Northridge said that to her, marching for science also means marching to protect disenfranchised people who will probably be the most affected by cuts to federally funded research and the rollback of environmental protections, both of which President Trump has advocated. -- The Baltimore Sun

Steve Smith: A review of Doc Severinsen’s 90th birthday concert in Northridge and more

Even though he won’t actually hit 90 until July 7 (the same day that kid, Ringo Starr, turns 77), Severinsen’s 16-song, 90-minute gig with his scorching hot Big Band last Thursday at the Valley Performing Arts Center at Cal State Northridge marked the milestone, celebrated complete with cake and one and all singing “Happy Birthday.” -- San Gabriel Valley Tribune

CSUN To Shine The Spotlight On Hollywood’s Future Filmmakers At Showcase

The stories are as diverse as their filmmakers: A girl trying to get out from under the thumb of an overbearing mother. An American taking an unexpected journey on his way to joining the Israeli military. A teenager getting a new perspective on her grandmother. A dancer fleeing an abusive relationship. A struggling actor going on an imaginative journey with a terminally ill child. -- AmericanTowns.com

CSUN Alumni Break Stereo Types and Communication Barriers in No Limits Silent No More

Members of the community and California State University, Northridge students have the opportunity to gain real-life insight into the everyday life experiences of people who live with hearing loss through a collection of monologues performed in the critically acclaimed documentary “Silent NO MORE,” presented by the nonprofit group No Limits for Deaf Children and Families, featuring CSUN alumni and faculty. -- AmericanTowns.com

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