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A life of art filled with color

Many friends lost touch after the medical event stripped him of his ability to communicate. But Farhangi, now a CSUN professor, continued to visit him so the two could watch tennis together. -- The Acorn

Luciana Lagana Wins California Endowment Sons and Brothers Award for Positive Depictions of Young Men of Color with Her Documentary LGBT UNITED

California State University Northridge (CSUN) psychology professor and social impact filmmaker Luciana Lagana received the California Endowment Special Sons and Brothers Award for positive and balanced depictions of young men of color at the 2016 Long Beach Indie (LBI) Film Festival from its founder and Perfect Works President Dr. Daniel E. Walker. Dr. Luciana is an active researcher and psychology professor at CSUN and is also passionately dedicated to her roles as host/writer/director/producer of social impact documentary feature films and shows. -- PR Web

Juice It Up! Taps into Pure Açaí Bowls at California State University, Northridge

Juice It Up!, one of the nation’s leading raw juice bar and hand-crafted smoothie chains, is excited to announce it is currently testing the Pure Açaí Bowl at its California State University, Northridge (CSUN) location. The star of this item is Sambazon’s™ new machine that quickly produces 100% pure Açaí out of a tap. The Açaí berries are crushed cold and “stirred” to the perfect consistency and texture, which is chock full of protein, healthy omegas, powerful antioxidants and fiber. To complete the bowl, the Pure Açaí is topped with organic hemp granola, fresh bananas and a drizzle of honey. --

Tempe: Patsy Cox – Jan Fisher Memorial Lecture

Cox is Professor of Visual Art and Head of Ceramics at California State University, Northridge where she has served as Associate Chair and Graduate Coordinator for Visual Arts. She has been a Getty Scholar for the Linking Service Learning and the Visual Arts program and has coordinated courses for the CSU Summer Arts program. She has served as President for the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) 2010-2016 and has participated in the Annenberg Alchemy and Alchemy+ programs for non-profit excellence. -- Best Events