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The first of the three — “Foreign Bodies” set to an original score by Esa-Pekka Salonen — came in 2007, followed by “Fearful Symmetries” to music by John Adams in 2010, and then “Fluid Infinities” to Philip Glass’ Symphony No. 3 in 2013. The full-length trilogy made its L.A. debut last year to live music by The New West Symphony at the Valley Performing Arts Center in Northridge. -- The Argonaut

Gilbane to Break Ground on CSUN Associated Students Sustainability Center

Community representatives, students, faculty, staff and University officials were in attendance to celebrate the official groundbreaking for the California State University, Northridge, Associated Students Sustainability Center on Monday, September 19, 2016. The new facility will consist of a one-story 3,000 SF administrative building, and 5,000 SF covered yard building. Gilbane will serve as the Construction Manager at-Risk for the new center, which will be located north of the University Student Union’s Plaza del Sol, and will feature a seminar room, administrative offices, restrooms, and courtyard. Additionally, the covered yard building, servicing the University’s Associated Student’s recycling program, will house equipment for collection, shipment, sorting, and bundling of recyclable materials. The Center will also house the CSUN Institute for Sustainability. -- Seattle Post Intelligencer - W A

Graduate college in 4 years? CSU officials set new goals to make that happen

Trustees also endorsed graduation rate improvements for individual campuses: • At Cal State Dominguez Hills, where 6 percent of 2011 freshmen graduated in four years, trustees set the 2025 target at 31 percent. • Cal State Fullerton’s target is to improve four-year graduation rates from 22 percent to 44 percent. • Cal State Long Beach’s commitment to improve from 16 percent to 39 percent. •Cal State Los Angeles’ goal is to improve from 6 percent to 30 percent. •Cal State Northridge’s goal is to improve from 13 to 30 percent. •Cal Poly Pomona’s goal is to improve from 18 percent to 38 percent. • Cal State San Bernardino’s objective is to from 12 percent to 30 percent. -- Daily Breeze

Gilbane to Break Ground on CSUN Associated Students Sustainability Center

Community representatives, students, faculty, staff and University officials were in attendance to celebrate the official groundbreaking for the California State University, Northridge, Associated Students Sustainability Center on Monday, September 19, 2016. The new facility will consist of a one-story 3,000 SF administrative building, and 5,000 SF covered yard building. Gilbane will serve as the Construction Manager at-Risk for the new center, which will be located north of the University Student Union’s Plaza del Sol, and will feature a seminar room, administrative offices, restrooms, and courtyard. Additionally, the covered yard building, servicing the University’s Associated Student’s recycling program, will house equipment for collection, shipment, sorting, and bundling of recyclable materials. The Center will also house the CSUN Institute for Sustainability. -- PR web

LGBT UNITED, a Social Impact Documentary by CSUN Psychology Professor/Filmmaker Luciana Lagana, Wins Best Political Statement Movie Award at AOF Film Festival

This film is currently being tested for its anti-bias value at California State University, Northridge. It won several awards on the film festival circuit, including a diversity award at the Long Beach Indie Film Festival 2016, the California Endowment Special Sons and Brothers Award for positive and balanced depictions of young men of color. -- PR Web

We filled 90 years

Este trabajo periodístico de importancia histórica lo cumplen los estudiantes de periodismo en español de la Universidad Estatal de California en Northridge (CSUN) y la profesora Jéssica Retis. -- La Opinión (in Spanish)

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