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Gary Pratt Jazz Scholarship     donate link

After a long and storied career at CSUN, Mr. Pratt will be retiring at the end of the Spring 2019 semester. However, though he will no longer be teaching, his legacy will continue to have an impact on students through the Gary Pratt Jazz Studies Scholarship Fund, created through his generosity. In celebration of his incredible tenure at CSUN and the generations of Jazz musicians that he has helped grow and develop, we ask you to donate to this important scholarship fund, so that financial burdens placed on these students can be lessened, allowing for more of their time to be spent practicing and refining their art. 

Highlights

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

Production still from play

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

CSUN Orchestra Translates Human Stories Into Music

February 19, 2018

Musicians performing on a mountain

Nineteen classical musicians — all dressed up in shirts, suits and dresses — packed up their instruments and hiked about half a mile to the middle of Stoney Point in Chatsworth, to play a concert on a mountain.  Read more

Variety Compares CSUN Alum’s Film to “Gravity,” “Apollo 13”

February 8, 2018

Klim Shipenko

Like many children growing up in the 1980s and ’90s, Klim Shipenko was fascinated by outer space. But, unlike his peers, he wasn’t fascinated by the stars or the planets — he was captivated by “the unsolved mystery of space,” he said.“[My] imagination was drawing images of what might be there, beyond the black mass. Read more

Great news to start the semester!

January 23, 2018

KAIROS group

The jazz area is proud to announce that one of our jazz combos, Kairos, was invited to compete with 5 other bands from across the nation at the prestigious Monterey “Next Generation “ jazz festival. Read more

Young Alum Catapults from CSUN to Launching Navy Jets

November 8, 2017

Mark Dalmacio launching a fighter jet

California State University, Northridge alum Petty Officer 2nd Class Mark Dalmacio recently served as a Catapult Captain aboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, where his job was to launch jets for ground-support missions in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria. U.S. Navy photo submitted by Mark Dalmacio. Read more

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