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To the campus community from the Mike Curb College ...


The Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication stands in solidarity with our black faculty, students, and staff, saying unequivocally that Black Lives Matter. The murder of George Floyd is a horrifying tragedy and a violent crime of a kind that has been repeated over and over again stretching back centuries. As a society we must work for real change so that we don’t find ourselves back here again and again. In the college and at CSUN we are called to listen, learn, and take actions to live up to the ideals of diversity and inclusion that are central to our mission, vision, and values. This means taking concrete actions to better support our black students, faculty, and staff and all students, faculty, and staff of color. The disciplines within Arts, Media, and Communication have the power to reveal truths and change minds, and thus we must work tirelessly to include and amplify diverse voices in arts and media and promote representation at all levels in entertainment, cultural, and media institutions. Colleagues within the college and across campus have spoken powerfully, eloquently, and from bitter experience with racialized violence and institutional racism. Let us read their words, hear their voices, learn, and take action. 

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Highlights

Sundial Wins Three Prestigious Awards from Los Angeles Press Club

August 10, 2018

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California State University, Northridge student newspaper The Sundial won three prestigious journalism awards in June at the Los Angeles Press Club’s 2018 Southern California Journalism Awards: Best College Newspaper, Best News Website and a third-place win for student photographer Max Sullivan for Best Feature Photo. Read more

CSUN Prof’s Photo Exhibit Offers a Glimpse Into the Lives of LA’s Homeless

May 30, 2018

David Blumenkrantz

California State University, Northridge journalism professor David Blumenkrantz documents the stories of the city’s homeless in a photography exhibit, “One of Us,” on display at the Los Angeles United Methodist Museum of Social Justice from May 24-Oct. 28. An opening reception will take place from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 26. Read more

Theater Students Invited to Make CSUN Their Summer Home

May 18, 2018

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Teenage theater junkies look no further: California State University, Northridge’s Teenage Drama Workshop (TADW) — a six-week summer workshop that offers intensive training in acting, dancing and voice or technical theater arts — is now accepting enrollment. Read more

2018 Scholarships & Awards Banquet

May 1, 2018

On April 29, 2018, the Department of Cinema and Television Arts celebrated some of their best and brightest students at their annual Scholarships & Awards Banquet, held on the CBS Studios Lot in Studio City.

On April 29, 2018, the Department of Cinema and Television Arts celebrated some of their best and brightest students at their annual Scholarships & Awards Banquet, held on the CBS Studios Lot in Studio City. Read more

Arts Collaboration to Spotlight Community of Canoga Park

March 21, 2018

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Members of the public can catch a glimpse of the ever-evolving stories of people who make up Canoga Park from the back seat of a car on Saturday, March 24, when the community premiers the Canoga Park Car Plays, a 10-minute-play festival that celebrates the area’s life and culture. Read more

CSUN’s Sundial Completely Digitized

March 19, 2018

First issue of the Daily Sundial

In order to preserve CSUN’s history, The Sundial has been completely digitized and archived in the Delmar T. Oviatt Library. This grueling process of taking editions published and photographing ​every page, then uploading them to a database, took the Oviatt staff years to complete, with the help of the Online Computer Library Center.  Read more

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