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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

PRISM Showcase

September 24, 2015

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This concert differed from previous department showcases by having a representative group from every section of the music department and by the groups using the whole theater to perform. Additionally, the groups only had three weeks to put their sets together for the concert. Read more

CSUN Journalism Instructor Honored with Prestigious Award

June 18, 2015

Keith Goldstein

Keith S. Goldstein was honored by the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ-LA) with its prestigious Distinguished Journalist Award. The award recognized his lifelong work as news director of KCSN-FM and his years instructing and mentoring students at California State University, Northridge. Read more

Alumni Innovators to Be Honored for Their Contributions to Their Fields

June 8, 2015

Donald Petrie

Acclaimed film director Donald Petrie, a member of the board of the Directors Guild of America, is best known for such films as Grumpy Old Men with Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau and Ann-Margaret, Miss Congeniality with Sandra Bullock, Michael Caine and Benjamin Bratt, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days with Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey, and Welcome to Mooseport with Ray Romano and Gene Hackman.  Read more

Ron Borczon Wins Music Therapy Award

March 24, 2015

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Professor Ron Borczon was awarded the Publications Award at the Regional Conference of the Western Region Music Therapy Association. His publications include two text books and book on how guitar playing relates to life, chapters in three music therapy texts and numerous articles.  He has also published arrangements made for two guitars in the Guitar Foundation of America periodical, Soundboard.  Professor Borczon is the Chair of the Music Therapy program and Director of the CSUN Music Therapy Wellness Clinic. He is also on the guitar faculty. Read more

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