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Bridging the gap in the biomedical sciences

The students participating in this year’s program, which began on May 30, are: Wilanyi Alvarez Reyes – Cidra, PR (University of Puerto Rico-Cayey) Annabel Azziz – New York (Fordham University) Jordan Bauer – Woodbury, CT (Wheaton College) Emily Bruder – Breezy Point, NY (Fordham University) Veronica Canarte – Baltimore, MD (Towson University) Mildred Devereux – Silver Spring, MD (DePaul University) Karolina Dzieminski – Webster, MA (Assumption College) Brittany Goncalves – Boston (Assumption College) Nafissa Johnson – Woburn, MA (Spelman College) Tony Jou – Arcadia, CA (National Yang Ming University) Micah Maglasang – Miami, FL (Pomona College) Kevin March – Springfield, MO (University of Missouri-Kansas City) Khadija Moctar – Northridge, CA (CSU Northridge) -- Press Release Point

LATE POWER SURGE NOT ENOUGH FOR PIPPINS IN LOSS

The Bells (20-16, 4-5) got started fast off Pippins' right-hander, Kade Woods (Spokane Falls), as they got a two-run home run from Chase Illig (West Virginia), their representative for the home run derby, to take a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first. In the second, they pushed across three more runs on four hits before getting another two-run home run, this time off the bat of Kody Mathews (Marshall) to knock Woods out of the game after just 2 1/3 innings of work. Kyle Nicol (Cal State Northridge) then came on in relief and allowed a few more runs before finally getting out of the frame with the Pippins trailing 9-0. In the bottom of the fourth, the Bells pushed across another run and ultimately took a 10-0 lead into the sixth inning. -- Our Sports Central

Track star Joseph Anderson heads to Peru for Pan Am Junior Championships

Other qualifiers from Southern California are Rachel Baxter (Anaheim Canyon HS; pole vault), Tierra Crockrell (Calabasas; heptathlon), Tarrick (T.J.) Brock (West Hills Chaminade/USC; sprints), Tate Curran (Redondo Union; pole vault), Tara Davis (Agoura; long jump and 100 hurdles); Dennis Hicks (Bakersfield Liberty HS/Cal State Northridge; triple jump), Michelle Magnani (Moorpark HS/Oklahoma State; 1,500), Zachary Shinnick (Damien; 400), and Laulauga Tausaga-Collins (Spring Valley Mount Miguel; discus throw). -- Press-Enterprise

SWAMPDOGS STOMP THE MUSTANGS

The SwampDogs started the scoring early as Jayson Newman (Cal State Northridge) scored on a RBI single into right field from Trent Franson to put the SwampDogs ahead 1-0 in the second inning. -- Our Sports Central

Hard throwing, hard hitting Newman leads SwampDogs rout

“No, that (scoreboard) was a little off tonight,″ said Newman, who didn’t log any mound time with his Cal State Northridge college team this season. “I just like to go out there and compete. I don’t really look to see how fast I’m throwing because that’s just a number. It’s more about how well I do on my pitches and executing them.″ -- Gm5 - NC

Play It Forward July 17-23: Mexico favored to get to Rose Bowl Gold Cup semifinals match

The sixth stop of the tour returns to Hermosa Beach for the first time in years and lays the groundwork to the Manhattan Open (Aug. 20) and the finale in Chicago (Sept. 3). The women’s bracket has seen a different team win each of the first five events — with April Ross (USC) winning twice with two different partners. The men have had Billy Allen (Cal State Northridge) and Stafford Slick win the most money and one title, but Ty Loomis (UC Irvine) and Maddison McKibbin (USC) won the last event in San Francisco. -- Los Angeles Daily News

Steven Adams amazed by Pinoys' love of basketball

Even after that first-hand glimpse of Filipinos’ passion for hoops, Adams learned that there were still plenty more layers to dive into. When talking about the possibility of a Filipino breaking into the NBA, Adams asked, “I heard there’s this guy [Filipino] committed to Cal State [Northridge]?” -- ABS-CBN - Philippines

This Teen Took Candid Photos of the 70s' Biggest Rock Stars

Where were you in your life when you were taking these photographs? I was still a kid. That first photograph of David Bowie really changed my life. Before I took the photo, a little bird in the back of my head said, "You may burn bridges, and it may be frowned upon," but I had the balls to do it. As a teenage kid, you just hold your breath and go for it. After I got that photograph into Creem, my inbox was full. From there, I finished high school, went to junior college, and transferred to Cal State Northridge. I ended up dropping out because the amount of work I was churning out was overwhelming, and I couldn't keep up. -- Vice

Ron Francis Blake, Poncho Sanchez, Seamus Blake, Walt Weiskopf And More

When Ron turned 16, he auditioned and attended the newly formed Hamilton High School Academy of Music magnet. During this time he studied with vibraphonist, Charlie Shoemake to further his jazz theory. This prepared him for his college years at Cal State Northridge, a school with a prestigious music program and alma mater to many current famous artists. Here he would develop his craft further in the renowned "A" jazz band under the direction of Joel Leach. It was during this time he would also start entering and winning many jazz competitions such as 1st place in the local Dolo Coker Jazz competition and 1st place in the International Trumpet Guild Jazz Improvisation competition in the Netherlands. He started studying with the legendary trumpet guru, Bobby Shew. His career grew professionally, recording and performing with rap producer Dr. Dre and salsa singer, Celia Cruz. -- Jazz News

Ron Francis Blake, Poncho Sanchez, Seamus Blake, Walt Weiskopf And More

When Ron turned 16, he auditioned and attended the newly formed Hamilton High School Academy of Music magnet. During this time he studied with vibraphonist, Charlie Shoemake to further his jazz theory. This prepared him for his college years at Cal State Northridge, a school with a prestigious music program and alma mater to many current famous artists. Here he would develop his craft further in the renowned "A" jazz band under the direction of Joel Leach. It was during this time he would also start entering and winning many jazz competitions such as 1st place in the local Dolo Coker Jazz competition and 1st place in the International Trumpet Guild Jazz Improvisation competition in the Netherlands. He started studying with the legendary trumpet guru, Bobby Shew. His career grew professionally, recording and performing with rap producer Dr. Dre and salsa singer, Celia Cruz. -- Top40-Charts

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