Study Suggests Helium Plays a 'Nanny' Role in Forming Chemical Compounds Under Pressure

Now, however, a team of scientists led by California State University, Northridge (CSUN) chemistry professor Maosheng Miao, and including University at Buffalo chemistry professor Eva Zurek, has provided a theoretical explanation of how helium may be capable of forming stable compounds -- the myriad combinations of chemical elements that create all kinds of materials. -- Science Newsline

Richard Rodgers Comes To The Soraya With SOUTH PACIFIC and Billy Porter

From Oklahoma! to The Sound of Music, American composer Richard Rodgers forever changed the face of Broadway musicals, giving them stories and making them oh, so hum-able. Now, The Soraya will present two special events that celebrate this legendary artist, South Pacific (April 13-15) and Tony Award winner Billy Porter's The Soul of Richard Rodgers (June 2). -- Broadway World Los Angeles

Trivia Night: Pop Culture Edition

Thursday, April 26, 2018 - 8:00pm to 10:00pm

USU Logo Lede

Think you know everything there is to know about pop culture? Spent hours reading gossip, watching TV and browsing Twitter?  Here’s your chance to put all that knowledge to good use when “Geeks Who Drink” come to the Games Room of the USU for Trivia Night: Pop Culture Edition. 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