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Long Beach State Women’s Soccer Dominates CSUN In Big West Semifinal

It was hard to tell which Big West Conference Tournament semifinalist was the No. 1 seed on Thursday night at George Allen Field. Regular season champion Cal State Northridge couldn’t crack the Long Beach State defense as the 49ers held on for dominant 1-0 victory. -- Gazettes Sports

Election Inflections: Expanding the Electorate

“The issue of politics often comes down to investing in the younger generation,” says Tom Hogen-Esch, political science faculty at Cal State Northridge, whose course work and writings cover California public policy, race, ethnic and urban politics. Researchers have seen the trend throughout the world in countries that have become more diverse: “If the younger generation is not seen as sufficiently similar, we are not going to invest.” -- Capital and Main

Volunteers express their fears and why it is important to vote Nov. 8

“Imagínate que un día te despiertas y ya no puedes trabajar, ir a la escuela o seguir haciendo esas cosas que te permiten mantenerte”, expresó Raquel Cetz, originaria de Yucatán y estudiante de Cal State University of Northridge, quien trabaja y es voluntaria haciendo llamadas para informar a la gente sobre las elecciones. -- Hoy Los Angeles

“VOTE OR DIE LAUGHING” at Valley Performing Arts Center

California State University, Northridge, home of the largest Chicano Studies Department in the nation and an epicenter of activism ,was an appropriate venue to host “Vote or Die Laughing” with Culture Clash, the pioneers of Latino political satire. -- San Fernando Valley Sun

Essential tools for measuring audience metrics and engagement

Daniela Gerson, professor of community, ethnic and participatory media at California State University, Northridge, suggested using the Center for Investigative Reporting’s Impact Tracker, an open source platform for monitoring and visualizing stories’ long-term impact over time. -- International Journalists' Network


The first concert took place at the Valley Performing Arts Center at Cal State Northridge on Oct. 22. The music program, which includes selections of Beethoven and Brahms, Marquez and Dvorak, is supplemented by a video program produced by LA Phil. Projected on the screen behind the musicians we see music students going about their daily lives, leaving home at the start of their days, arriving at rehearsal, and preparing to perform. -- Heart of Los Angeles