BOOK LAUNCH AND PANEL DISCUSSION
To celebrate the publication of Dr. Breny Mendoza’s new book
Critical Feminist Essays in Our America
February 23rd 2015 • 2:00-3:30pm • Jerome Richfield 319 (English Reading Room) • Reception Follows Read more
Faculty, staff, and student employees who are educated on security issues are CSUN’s best protection against security threats. Learn more about Information Security Awareness Training at CSUN.
Rabbi Daniel Bouskila, director of the Sephardic Education Center, will share some of the rich cultural history of... Read more
Boston Private Bank Nonprofit Seminar On Tuesday, February 24, 2015 from 8 – 10 am, VNR Executive Director Dr. Thomas Backer will be a keynote speaker at this seminar for nonprofit leaders, hosted by Community Partners in downtown Los Angeles. His topic will be “New Approaches to Individual Giving.” This is the first event in VNR’s yearlong program emphasis on building the capacity of Valley nonprofits to raise funds from higher-end individual donors, in the context of an overall philanthropic strategy. For more information and to register, please contact Ashley Wright, 818-677-2774 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more
It was one of the biggest shootouts in American history. Just days after Black Panther leader Fred Hampton was fatally shot by Chicago police, more than 350 Los Angeles police officers, including members of the department’s newly formed paramilitary unit, Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), launched an early-morning raid Dec. 8, 1969, on LA’s Black Panther headquarters.Continue reading about Karin Stanford's book. Read more
The State of… those words have a very specific meaning in the American lexicon. Used in the right context, we know these words signify the predictions and ambitions of a president, governor or mayor for the future. But, the CSU is a university, not a government. And as an academic institution, we begin the pursuit of knowledge with questions. Continue reading Chancellor White's message. Read more
Anthem, one of the nation’s largest health insurers, said that the personal information of tens of millions of its customers and employees, including its chief executive, was the subject of a “very sophisticated external cyberattack.” Read more about the Anthem cyberattack.
Alumni and faculty from the Gender and Women's Studies Department will gather to answer student questions about life after college and what you can do with your GWS major or minor. Read more
Bring your friends and join us at Matador Recreation Day for a celebration of physical activity and healthy living! Read more
Come out and take your mind off the stress of midterms! Read more