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  • 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...


6 Theatre Workers You Should Know

March 17, 2017

Efron Delgadillo Jr

Efren Delgadillo Jr. (Assistant Professor of Scenic Design in the CSUN Theatre Dept.) is a scenographer from East LA. His work as a scenic designer has been recognized across the United States and Europe. He has designed for notable companies as The Acting Company, BAM Harvey, Hartford Stage, Mixed Blood Theater, REDCAT, Hand2Mouth Theatre, Cornerstone Theater Company, The Getty Villa, and Calarts’ Center for New Performance.  Read more

CSUN Lecturer, Alum Selected to Warner Bros. TV Writers’ Workshop

February 21, 2017

Matt Young

Matt Young, a lecturer and graduate of California State University, Northridge’s Department of Cinema and Television Arts, was selected to participate in the 2016-17 Warner Bros. Television Writers’ Workshop.

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2017-18 Academic Affairs Research Fellow Announced

February 17, 2017

Dr. Kim

Dr. Ah-Jeong Kim of the Department of Theatre has been selected as the 2017-18 Academic Affairs Research Fellow in the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication. Read more

From Manzanita Hall to the Red Carpet: Two CSUN Students Intern at Golden Globe Awards

February 17, 2017

Amanda Nieto and Amanda Derzy

When more than 20 million people tuned in around the world to watch the 74th annual Golden Globes Awards on the first weekend of January, few of them knew the role two California State University, Northridge students played in making sure the broadcast was a success. Read more


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