• external amc offices
  • camera operator with Arri digital camera
  • communication studies performance ensemble
  • Three singers from Don Giovanni
  • Production still from Hansel and Gretel.  Photo credit Kenji Kang
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Student Speaker for the 2018 Commencement Ceremonies

CSUN Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication invites students from the graduating class to apply to be the student commencement speaker. It is a distinguished honor to be selected to present a commencement speech—to share your experience, inspire your fellow graduates, and encourage excitement about their future adventures.

Student speeches would be given at the beginning of the Commencement ceremony and are no longer than two minutes in length.   Click here to learn more about becoming a commencement speaker...


American Photographer John Kouns Donates Photo Collection to CSUN

August 4, 2017

John Kouns

His images document history as it is being made. They portray people struggling for workers’ rights, for civil rights and for social justice. They portray people who hoped for a better future for their country. American photographer John Kouns spent years documenting two of the most important social movements of the 1960s and 1970s in America — the civil rights struggle in the South and the workers’ and civil rights struggle of the United Farm Workers in California. Read more

Alumnus and Drummer Perfected His Craft at CSUN

July 11, 2017

Clayton Cameron

Clayton Cameron’s entire childhood revolved around music. He began drumming on oatmeal boxes at age 6, he habitually listened to his dad’s Miles Davis jazz records, and he was hooked on music-related TV shows such as American Bandstand, The Lawrence Welk Show and Soul Train. Once he got his first drum set at 12, he was hooked. Read more

Passionate NBC News Journalist Learned the Ropes at CSUN

June 19, 2017

Liberty Zabala

“Ask [CSUN Journalism Technician] Lincoln Harrison how many times I spent overnight in the newsroom before he’d tell me to go home,” Zabala said. “Valley View News helped me learn the skills needed to be a multimedia journalist, which meant I had to write, shoot, edit and report in order to create a news story from start to finish. It was a really good experience and gave me the skills to make me successful in my job today.” Read more


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