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    Sheryl Crow Celebrates The New 88.5 FM

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    Introducing Bookstein Hall

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    Raising the Curtain on The Soraya

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Thanksgiving Recess
Classes will not be in session and university offices will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 23, and Friday, November 24. In addition, there will be no instruction or other campus services normally available on weekends on Saturday, November 25. However, some areas, like the Student Recreation Center, may be offering services during these dates, please call or check their websites for more information. The Department of Police Services will be staffed during the closure and can be reached at (818) 677-2111.

CSUN Entrance marker.CSUN Featured in Princeton Review’s “Green Guide”

The Princeton Review, a leading tutoring, test prep and college admission services company, has selected California State University, Northridge as one of the 375 most environmentally responsible colleges worldwide. Continue reading about CSUN's selection to the "Green Guide".

Larry AllenCSUN Professor’s Research Could Have Implications for California Fishermen

On average, buying white seabass from the local market will cost you $20 to $35 a pound. Twenty-seven years ago, that wasn’t the case. In the 1980s, over-fishing of white seabass depleted California’s coastal waters of the fish, forcing its market price to skyrocket. Continue reading about professor Larry Allen's study.

Students walking on the CSUN campus.New Partnership Helps CSUN Transfer Students Earn Community College Degrees

A college degree, whether earned at a two-year or a four-year institution of higher learning, opens the doors to career opportunities and provides employers with a skilled workforce that can help propel a company into success. Continue reading about the "Reverse Transfer" program.

Gilberto FloresCSUN Professor Explores the Question: Is Akkermansia a Next-Generation Probiotic?

Items claiming to contain probiotics — live bacteria and yeasts allegedly good for our health, especially our digestive systems — line the shelves of grocery and drug stores across the country. As the trend continues to take hold, manufacturers are looking for new “good” bacteria to add to their products. Continue reading about Gilberto Flores.

Colin Donahue at the podium.CSUN’s Donahue Awarded Dual CFO of the Year Honors in Recognition of His Two Decades at the University

During his more than two-decade tenure at California State University, Northridge, Colin Donahue, CSUN’s Vice President for Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer, has helped provide the infrastructure, financial stability and strategic planning to enable the university to add 15,000 students and now serve nearly 40,000 students annually as one of the nation’s largest universities. Continue reading about Colin Donahue.


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