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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

CSUN’s El Nuevo Sol Wins Emerging Youth Voice Award

October 10, 2017

Oviatt Library

California State University, Northridge student reporters for El Nuevo Sol — CSUN’s Spanish-language journalism program’s first publication — received the Emerging Youth Voice award from New America Media (NAM) in September for the students’ 22-story project — Trabajadores Jóvenes en Los Angeles(Young Workers in Los Angeles) — about millennial challenges and experiences in the workplace. Read more

CSUN Jazz Combo Wins Angel City Jazz Festival Competition!

October 4, 2017

The members of KAIROS

Kudos to our CSUN Jazz Combo,”Kairos”, that placed first in the Angel City Jazz Festival competition. They will be performing at LACMA, 6:00PM, this coming Friday, October 6! Read more

CCNMA Names Los Angeles’ Most Influential Latina Journalists

September 27, 2017

Cindy Von Quednow

Former Journalism student Cindy Von Quednow was named one of the most influential Latina journalists in Los Angeles. Well deserved recognition by the Chicano News Media Organization.  Read more

Explorers Club Honors CSUN’s First Sound Art Exhibition

September 22, 2017

Owen Doonan

California State University, Northridge art history professor and archeologist Owen Doonan was honored earlier this year by the Explorers Club — an international multidisciplinary professional society that helps advance field research and preserve exploration — for his international excavations in Turkey and a related exhibition, “Stone Sounds: Echoes from 4000 Years at Sinop Kale.” Read more

Public Art Students Create Mural in Tribute to CSUN Maintenance Staff

September 22, 2017

section of mural

The halls and outdoor courtyards of the Art and Design Center at California State University, Northridge are decked with paintings, bright colors, figures and student projects. One of the latest additions is a mural that pays homage to CSUN’s hardworking Physical Plant Management (PPM) staff. Read more

Photo Flash: CSUN Renames Wing in Ceremony Featuring Jenna Elfman

September 16, 2017

Jenna Elfman

(Story reposted from broadwayworld.com) President Harrison continued saying, "for their desire to make positive change in the face of entertainment, celebrate diversity and offer opportunity for underrepresented students to have a chance to pursue a career in entertainment, I applaud the HFPA and acknowledge the university's gratitude for all your philanthropy has accomplished." Read more

CSUN Names Building in Honor of HFPA, Hosts Special Screening, Senior Member Panel

September 16, 2017

HFPA name on Manzanita Hall

(Story reposted from goldenglobes.com) On September 15, in recognition of the grants which have allowed for the awarding of 172 student fellowships to date and the upgrading of school materials including state of the art editing suites, CSUN celebrated the naming of the South Wing of Manzanita Hall, which houses the Department of Cinema and Television Arts, in honor of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Read more

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