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  • California State University, Northridge technician Sam Ginther and graduate student Megan Williams conducting surveys on the shallow reefs of Moorea

    Prof Finds Oases of Hope for Coral Reefs

  • Smiling students at CSUN's graduation ceremony.

    Help Make CSUN #MyTopCollege

  • Eisner College Launches Teaching Inspires Campaign

    Eisner College Launches Teaching Inspires Campaign

  • Younes & Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts: Single tickets now available.

    2018-19 Single Tickets Now Available!

  • Students attend the 2018 AI Jam at CSUN

    Students Explore Artificial Intelligence in AI-Jam

Hillel 818 Provides the ‘Jewish Heart’ for Valley Commuter Schools

“Commuter schools need a strong Jewish heart more than the others do,” said Jay Sanderson, President and CEO of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. Federation has been partnered with Hillel 818, which serves Cal State Northridge, Pierce College and Los Angeles Valley College since its reorganization in late 2014. -- Jewish Journal

Professor emeritus Roger Carasso: Before ripping apart migrant families, the U.S. helped destabilize their home countries

To the editor: It’s important to remember that those surging north toward our border are fleeing more than just homegrown turmoil and poverty; they are also fleeing the destabilizing legacy of generations of U.S. economic imperialism, military intervention and brutal suppression of progressive aspirations. -- Los Angeles Times

WATCH RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE PLAY FIRST SHOW 26 YEARS AGO

Rage Against the Machine are arguably one of the most important rock bands of all time, but everyone has to start somewhere. For Zack de la Rocha, Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk, that start came on October 23, 1991 at California State University, Northridge. The quartet performed future hits such as "Killing in the Name," "Take the Power Back" and "Know Your Enemy" for the first time in a public setting. Check out video of the full set below and be sure to leave us a comment with your thoughts. -- WBGF Radio

Single Tickets Now On Sale for The Soraya 2018-19 Season

Single tickets for The Soraya's eagerly anticipated 2018-19 season of the best of the performing arts are now on sale. With tickets starting as low as $29 ($15 for CSUN students) for select subscription series, The Soraya offers audiences the opportunity to experience a wide breadth of performances from the opening night tribute to legendary Mexican singer Juan Gabriel featuring the Queen of Ranchera Aida Cuevas to Martha Graham dance company's world premiere of The EVE Project; from Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra featuring violinist Jennifer Koh to LA's classical music innovators, wild Up, tackling jazz icon John Coltrane; from Brazilian music legend Sergio Mendes to an evening with Broadway's Lea Salonga to close out the season. -- Broadway World Los Angeles

Things to do in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, June 22-29

The Soraya at Cal State Northridge: Aida Cuevas, with Mariachi Juvenil Tecalitlán and the Cal State Northridge Symphony, 8 p.m,. Sept. 29 (opening night of the 2018-2019 season at the venue, $39 and up). Check website for the venue’s complete season and subscription options. 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge. 818-677-3000. valleyperformingartscenter.org -- Los Angeles Times

Games Room: Injustice 2 Tournament

Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

USU Games Room

Get ready to clash against CSUN’s best gamers in a competition of skills, speed and button mashing! Cheer on your friends or grab a controller for your chance at winning a $50 GameStop gift card. Read more

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