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A celebration of dance from India and Israel

Two Los Angeles-based contemporary dance ensembles — one inspired by Indian dance traditions and the other by Israeli folk dance — will perform choreography in a bill that celebrates each country’s unique history and customs. Keshet Chaim Dance Ensemble and Karmagraphy will share the stage for “Lands of Light” at Plaza del Sol Performance Hall at Cal State Northridge on Sept. 17 and 18. -- Jewish Journal

Decolonize Hispanic Heritage Month or Get Rid of It

“We have leaders who want to use the people because almost 70 percent of this population is of Mexican heritage, yet you never hear the word Mexican,” said Rudy Acuña, historian and Professor Emeritus of Chicano Studies at California State University, Northridge. “Independence has become a Hispanic holiday when we fought against the Spaniards. This [Hispanic Heritage Month] is full of contradictions.” -- telesur

November 14, 2016 at Crocker Memorial Church in Sarasota, FL.

Jane Hoffman was a faculty member at Humboldt State University in California for eight years. She has traveled abroad to study in Nice, France and performed in Mallorca, Spain. Jane has performed in the Miller Theatre at Columbia University in Manhattan with the Contemporary Chamber Players and was a fellow in the Sarasota Music Festival in 1993. Jane has earned a Masters Degree from Cal State Northridge 1984 and a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree SUNY Stony Brook 1995. -- Best Events

Wall Street’s No Frills Investment Banker Sealed Monsanto-Bayer $66B Deal

But Kramer didn’t start at the top. A working class kid from Los Angeles, he started his career in 1989 after graduating from the California State University, Northridge in the back office of Houlihan Lokey, the boutique investment bank. Since then he has worked at Greenhill Partners, and more recently Perella Weinberg Partners, where he made some headlines not in the deal space but for his high-profile legal battle with veteran investment bankers Joe Perella and Peter Weinberg. -- FOX Business

Meet the banker behind the biggest deal of 2016

He attended nearby California State University, Northridge — the same school that both his parents attended. In college, he studied finance. He wanted to work on Wall Street, but the school wasn’t then exactly a hotbed for investment banking recruiting. -- Yahoo! Finance

Wall Street’s No Frills Investment Banker Sealed Monsanto-Bayer $66B Deal

But Kramer didn’t start at the top. A working class kid from Los Angeles, he started his career in 1989 after graduating from the California State University, Northridge in the back office of Houlihan Lokey, the boutique investment bank. Since then he has worked at Greenhill Partners, and more recently Perella Weinberg Partners, where he made some headlines not in the deal space but for his high-profile legal battle with veteran investment bankers Joe Perella and Peter Weinberg. -- Yahoo! Finance

Lemoore's Avery wins gold in Rio

Williams was a top sprinter at Cal-State Northridge before hearing about guide running from a friend. He attended a camp through Team USA where he and Gillette hit it off. -- Hanford Sentinel

Michael Baker names Sepulveda to VP, rail-transit post

Sepulveda holds a B.S. in civil engineering from California State University, Northridge. He currently serves on the American Railroad Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association committees on commuter/intercity and high-speed rail systems. He also is a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers and has been active in the organization at the local and national levels. -- Metro Magazine

County to Crack Down on Immigration Scams

Nancy Landa, a former student body president at Cal State Northridge who was deported to Mexico in 2009, spoke to the board via a video recording. -- Pacific Palisades Patch

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