The Civil Discourse & Social Change Student Symposium is a conference featuring student presentations on research and creative activity that bridges scholarship and social change. We are particularly interested in showcasing works that reflectively interrogate an aspect of society, especially as it relates to power relations, and/or contributes to advancing social justice and transformative change.
Our annual America Recycles Day is here! Join us as we participate in this nationwide event with info tables, giveaways, games and snacks. Read more
Nov. 2 - Noche de Ofrenda
Nov. 3 - Día de los Muertos Read more
“Jack Kirby @ 100,” an exhibit of comics and prints at the Oviatt Library, commemorates the centenary of the famed artist, known for co-creating the Marvel Universe. Working across half a century of comics in diverse genres, Kirby (b. Jacob Kurtzberg, 1917-1994) is the quintessential American comic book creator, and one of the most imitated artists in American popular culture. CSUN affirmed Kirby’s legacy in 2015 with an Art Galleries exhibition, _Comic Book Apocalypse_, and is continuing the celebration this term with “Jack Kirby @ 100,” in time for the 100th anniversary of his birth. Read more
Please join us for the Fall 2018 Bi-Annual Men of Color Enquiry & Student Poster Session. The theme for this semester's event is Supporting Men of Color through Collective Consciousness with special guest, acclaimed American actor, William A. Young. Read more
America Recycles Day will take place at the Bookstore Lawn where there will be games and other clubs and organizations who will be promoting their program as well. Students will learn about what America Recycles Day is on a national level. Read more
Justice Can’t Wait: Deaf People of Color Seeking Change Through the Arts Exhibit - October 23 - November 2, 2016 Read more
CSUN Student Teachers, Grad Students, Undergrads & Alumni Welcome! Meet Recruiters from charter schools, school districts, & other organizations.
There will also be 2 Credential Workshops. Read more
A two-day symposium on art and immigration.