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Pop Star Andy Grammar making Wolf Trap debut

He earned a degree in music industry studies from California State University Northridge, and while there, began performing around Los Angeles as a street performer to help publicize himself. Higher-profile gigs followed, and he eventually signed with S-Curve Records. -- Fairfax Times

The Best Film Schools in the U.S. and Canada 2022

OUTSTANDING TELEVISION AND FILM PRODUCTION TRAINING California State University, Northridge (Los Angeles) Students at Cal State Northridge’s Cinema and Arts department can take advantage of the school’s extensive relationships with studios, networks and production companies to gain access to internships and jobs, and tap into experienced faculty members who belong to organizations such as the Directors Guild of America, Writers Guild of America, Producers Guild of America and the American Society of Cinematographers. They can also congregate with other student filmmakers and film enthusiasts at the CSUN Cinematheque, a screening program in the Elaine and Alan Armer Screening Room, a 130-seat motion picture theater on campus that is the only venue of its kind in the San Fernando Valley. Opportunities for collaboration abound. -- Movie Maker Magazine

Deep Divisions, Further Delay For California’s Math Guidelines

Katherine Stevenson, a math professor at California State University, Northridge, who has worked with teachers in Los Angeles Unified, said, “It’s very hard for teachers not to get lost in skills and practices that are very concrete, so I applaud the big ideas.” But, she said, preparing lesson plans and classroom tasks will require an intense amount of preparation and continuous training. “If you look at the framework as an aspirational document, I am OK with it, but I have real concerns as an actionable document.” -- LAist

Ocho Organizaciones Sin Fines de Lucro del Valle de San Fernando Reciben Subvenciones del Bank of America para Ayudar a la Movilidad Económica y al Empleo

Las organizaciones sin fines de lucro del Valle de San Fernando que han recibido subvenciones son Meet Each Need with Dignity (MEND), Engage, Food Forward, Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission, California State University- Northridge Foundation, LA Family Housing, Boys and Girls Club of Burbank y Valley Food Bank. -- San Fernando Valley Sun (in Spanish)

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