THE HOLLYWOOD ISSUE Eva Longoria and her fellow alumni lead the Matador charge in Hollywood.
Calling the Shots
"The best filmmakers are people who have something to say — those who merely focus on film can only regurgitate other film”
Matadors in Hollywood
CSUN alumni play strong roles in Tinseltown, from the large and small screens to the corporate office. Here is just a taste of the thousands of alumni making magic happen.
In the land of make-believe — Hollywood and the many multinational corporations that now comprise it — CSUN has become a go-to destination for film productions that want to get a wide range of locales and shots in one place.
Hollywood Foreign Press Association awards CSUN landmark grant
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has awarded CSUN $2 million to support students and enhance technology in the school’s acclaimed Department of Cinema and Television Arts.
Treshelle Edmond lights up Broadway
CSUN has produced many entertainers who fill the airwaves and streaming services with content. Treshelle Edmond is one of those proud Matadors, but her story is a little different.
Biology prof paves way for future breast cancer treatments
CSUN biology professor Jonathan Kelber and a team of nine students are leading the pack in breast cancer research by identifying a critical cancer “support wall” gene called PEAK1.
Kinesiology professor Ben Yaspelkis and biology professor Randy Cohen examined how exercise affects two different areas when it comes to the health of mammals as a whole – including humans.
Athletes hosted by CSUN in preparation for the 2015 Special Olympics in LA
On July 24, the CSUN family, including student-
athletes, Olympians and university mascot Matty the Matador, sent off nearly 500 athletes from around the world to compete in the 2015 Special Olympics World Games.