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GOPer Macedo launches bid to replace Mathis in Assembly

She graduated from Tulare Union High School before attending California State University, Northridge for her undergraduate education. She later attended San Joaquin College of Law to obtain her Juris Doctorate. -- San Joaquin Valley Sun

Darryl Phinnessee Opens Up About Penning Popular ‘Frasier’ Theme Song | VIDEOs

Darlene Donloe is a publicist and an entertainment, automotive and travel journalist whose work has appeared in People, Ebony, Essence, The Daily Breeze, The Wave, LA Watts Times, Los Angeles Sentinel, EMMY, Black Meetings and Tourism, The Hollywood Reporter, The Compton Herald, Billboard, Grammy, and more. She is a publicist, and substitute teacher, and has been an adjunct professor at California State University Northridge (CSUN) where she taught public relations and journalism. -- EurWeb

After industry tumult, some fear Hollywood will backslide on diversity

“We’re going to pay more and have less options,” said Todd Holmes, associate professor of entertainment media management at California State University at Northridge. “And I certainly hope that doesn’t reduce diversity, diversity of viewpoints, but it could have that as a side effect.” -- Washington Post

In California Schools, Palestinian History Is Off-Limits

“When you choose to attack any one of us, we’re going to say, ‘Hmm why Palestine? Why are you doing this?’” Theresa Montaño, a leader of the Liberated Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum Consortium in California and a professor of Chicano/a studies at Cal State Northridge, told The Nation. Her coalition’s strategy has been to market its curriculum—which encourages students to challenge stereotypes and seek to understand where they come from—to local school districts who can approve their own courses, separate from the state guidance. The liberated ethnic studies curriculum includes lessons about race and ethnicity—from the personal to systemic—social movements that pushed for radical change, like the East LA walkouts, and debates over organizing demands. -- The Nation

CSUN Developing Zero Cost Classes, Majors

California State University, Northridge has been working to develop zero-cost classes by eliminating the costs of course materials, an extension of a CSU-wide Affordable Learning $olutions initiative. -- SCV News