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GCC Board of Trustees Unanimously Endorse Shant Sahakian for Glendale School Board District D

Shant Sahakian is a product of the Glendale Unified School District, lifelong resident of Glendale, and longtime community leader running for Glendale School Board District D in the upcoming April 2017 election. Over the years, Shant has volunteered for local organizations that support Glendale’s youth, enhance the city’s public services, and serve the most vulnerable in the community. He is a graduate of California State University, Northridge (CSUN) and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA Extension). He and his wife, Suzanna, live and work in the City of Glendale and are the proud parents of their young son, Raffi Sebastian Sahakian. -- Asbarez

CSUN students receive an unexpected gift

Un grupo de estudiantes de bajos ingresos de Cal State Northridge del colegio de administración de empresas y economía recibieron un regalo inesperado el lunes; computadoras portátiles para 50 ganadores. -- La Opinión

California students help Hispanics stay healthy and educated

Es temprano un miércoles a la mañana y el Recreation Park de esta ciudad está lleno de docenas de personas haciendo carreras cortas, elevación de piernas y sentadillas, estimulados por los entusiastas estudiantes de la Universidad Estatal de California, en Northridge. -- CNNEspañol

Massachusetts Science Standards Inferior To Their Predecessors

California State University Northridge Biology Professor Dr. Stan Metzenberg’s study of a draft version of the standards that were released for review by the BESE was largely ignored by drafters of the final version. He found that the draft standards excluded or minimized a number of important topics included in the earlier standards such as Mendelian genetics and large parts of cell biology. -- Education News

College basketball roundup: Iowa State ends losing streak

Men at St. John’s 76, Cal State Northridge 70: Freshman Shamorie Ponds scored a season-best 25 points and the Red Storm (4-5) held off the Matadors. Darin Johnson hit two free throws with 1:08 left to get Northridge (3-6) within 71-68. After Bashir Ahmed went one for two at the other end, Tavrion Dawson made a layup with 40.3 seconds left to cut it to 72-70. Kendall Smith, who finished with 10 points for Northridge, fouled out with 18.7 seconds left and Ponds sealed it with two free throws. -- Los Angeles Times

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