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Aging boom shakes, reshapes Southern California

We’re also not great at the softer skills. Less than 14% of Southern Californians surveyed in a 2017 study by researchers at Cal State Northridge said they believe we live in a society that respects older people. --Redlands Daily Facts

Insurers say California’s inaction threatens auto policies

“The commissioner is an elected official and he’s trying to serve his constituents in a way that does not favor market forces,” said David Russell, a professor of insurance and finance at California State University, Northridge. “But if you suppress rates, you’re going to get availability problems.” --MyNorthwest

These immigrant artists highlight undocumented students with a new mural at CSULB

Arellanus has been prolific in her work, having collaborated on or restored over 30 murals and having painted 10 original pieces so far in her career. Some of her California creations include a mural in Koreatown on the sixth floor of an affordable housing building, a marine life mural on a laundromat on Fourth and Redondo in Long Beach and a mural depicting Black and brown college students at the California State University of Northridge, to name a few. --Signal Tribune

How To Keep Your Relationship Strong When Dealing With Fertility Issues

Also important is to avoid devolving into blame or accusations when talking about fertility issues. Try to remember that you both have the same goal of conceiving and that each of you is doing the best you can in the moment, says marriage and family therapist Diane Gehart, Ph.D., professor and coordinator of the marriage and family therapy program at California State University, Northridge.--Fatherly

Youths march in DTLA, calling on elected officials to combat climate change

Loraine Lundquist, a professor who teaches sustainability and other subjects at Cal State Northridge, told the crowd at the noontime rally how nearby residents were sickened by the 2015 gas blowout at Aliso Canyon, a natural gas storage facility that was the site of the largest gas leak in U.S. history. --Long Beach Press-Telegram

13 Division I Schools to Receive NCAA Accelerated Academic Success Program Grants

This year, the recipients are Austin Peay State University; California State University, Northridge; Cleveland State University; Coppin State University; Delaware State University; Indiana State University; Nicholls State University; Norfolk State University; Southeastern Louisiana University; Saint Peter's University; Tennessee State University; Texas Southern University; and University of Tennessee at Martin. --Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Matadors Add Devin Elizondo, Joseph Blue to Track, Cross Country Programs

California State University, Northridge head men’s and women’s track and field and cross country coach Justin Johnson has announced the addition of Devin Elizondo and Joseph Blue to the Matadors’ coaching staff. Elizondo will assist with the CSUN cross country teams and serve as the distance coach for the Matadors’ track and field programs and Blue will serve as a throws coach. --SCV News

Kids are affected by poisonous pressure. Here’s some recommendation on how we will be able to lend a hand them heal

Pemberton is an affiliate professor of instructional psychology and counseling within the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Cal State Northridge and the college liaison for Strength United, the CSUN constitution middle that gives trauma products and services to the neighborhood and on campus. In addition, she has a non-public apply and is director of coaching and supervisor of the disaster program on the Child & Family Guidance Center’s Balboa Boulevard places of work in Northridge. --News Fall Out

Photos: Matador Fun Fest provides CSUN students with a high-spirited evening

Cal State Northridge University students celebrated the new semester at Matador Fun Fest at the University Student Union on Friday, Sept. 23! Students enjoyed food and drink, performances by school groups and such activities as silent disco, carnival games and interactive exhibits. --Los Angeles Daily News

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