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The Blues Project participates in World Suicide Prevention DayDaily SundialCSUN's on-campus program The Blues Project set up its booth Thursday on Bayramian Lawn to help promote World Suicide Prevention Day, ...
Matador Nights is a successDaily SundialChristian Zelaya, 30, president of Empire Management Group in affiliation with Power 106 said this is their third Matador Nights at CSUN. ...
Poker Tournament at CSUNDaily SundialCalifornia State University-Northridge (CSUN) held a poker tournament in the game room Thursday afternoon (9/9) for all students who signed up ...
Civil rights activist lectures at CSUNDaily Sundial... major and member of MEChA, said Lawson's personal approach on the changing of social dynamics comes at a critical time for the CSUN student body. ...
Women's volleyball has rough tourney.Daily SundialCSUN was led by freshman opposite hitter Natalie Allen with 13 kills (.225) and outside hitter Monica McFarland with 16 digs. The fifth set went back and ...
Northridge women's soccer team battles for victoryDaily SundialCSUN Women's soccer coach, Keith West gives instructions to mid fielder Erin Kelly during game. Photo Credit: Misael Virgen The CSUN ...
Offense still a struggle for CSUN men's soccer teamDaily SundialCSUN attempts to score a goal against the San Diego State Toreros, but misses its chance at Matador Field on Sept. 1, 2010. ...
Vikings Bounce Back With Sweep Of Cal State NorthridgePortland State VikingsWhitney Phillips led all players with 19 kills as PSU swept Cal State Northridge on Friday. by Ryan Borde SAN JOSE – Led by the play of Whitney Phillips on ...
...past three years. "I love the real grassroots of local youth baseball and it will be great to build a winning program again at CSUN. I feel there's a big demand for better coaching with kids coming up from Little League, Pony Leagues and high school travel...
L.A. Daily News
CSUN women's soccer travels to Las Vegas for tournamentDaily SundialThe Cal State Northridge women's soccer team continues its non-conference play this weekend with a trip to sin city to compete in the Nike ...Soccer Falls in Double-Overtime 1-0 to CS Northridge in Vegas TournamentKUAthletics.comSoccer hopes to iron out errors in Las VegasUniversity Daily KansanVegas Tourney Closes out Soccer's Five-Match Road StretchKUAthletics.comall 4 news articles »
CSUN hires Leary to as pitching coachLos Angeles Daily NewsFormer Dodgers and UCLA pitcher Tim Leary, a finalist in the recent Cal State Northridge head baseball coaching position ...and more »
...was dropped in 2001, and the soccer team could no longer play on the land where North Campus Stadium was located because CSUN's lease ended. Soccer moved to fields on campus, but there were no lights. "There's a buzz around the program," said Keith West, the...
Cal State Northridge doesn't hibernate for the summer. Each year, nearly 1000 community children participate in youth camps and K-12 academic enrichment programs on campus. Here's a peak at what goes on over a summer at CSUN. For more news on the campus community from the @CSUN online newspaper, visit: blogs.csun.edu directed, shot, and edited by Krishna Narayanamurti produced by Carmen Ramos Chandler and Shante Morgan executive producers: Vance Peterson, Ligeia Polidora, and Randal Thomson music by RoyaltyFreeMusic.com, Ed Archer, and TADW special thanks: Jolene Koester, Marilyn Joshua, Jeremy Hamlett, Marylata Jacob, Doug Kaback, Danielle Fairlee, the students and parents of SAPESS, TADW and SUNNY DAYS © 2010 California State University, Northridge.
A public service announcement (PSA) for Cal State Northridge. Produced by University Advancement Marketing & Communications for Matador Athletics' televised events. Catch the Matador spirit! directed, shot, and edited by Krishna Narayanamurti written by Michael McManus and Julia Venkateswaran produced by Tom Ford and Ligeia Polidora executive producers: Vance Peterson, Rick Mazzuto, and Randal Thomson still photographs by Lee Choo, Tuyen Nguyen,Phil Schermeister and Braden Villanueva production assistants: Tuyen Nguyen, James Wolf music by RoyaltyFreeMusic.com thanks to the students who appeared as themselves: Araceli Contreras, Seth Coronado, Erik Estrada, Daniele Hausman, Brianne King, Tuyen, Nguyen, Urte Sanchez, James Wolf, and our Mens and Womens Basketball team and Mens Volleyball team special thanks: Jolene Koester, Eric Bankston, Erin Kiser, Bobby Vazquez, Hillary Baker, Jennifer De Iuliis, Debbie Hellman, Stacey Schaaf, Jean O'Sullivan, Kimon Rethis, Joseph O'Connor, and Peter Medina © 2010 California State University, Northridge
Steven Oppenheimer, Professor of Biology, discusses his award for science mentoring from President Obama, his new lab at Chaparral Hall, and the importance of student research at Cal State Northridge. Read more about Chaparral Hall at: www.northridgemagazine.com directed, shot and edited by Krishna Narayanamurti produced by Brenda Roberts executive producers: Vance Peterson, Ligeia Polidora, and Randal Thomson CSUN still photographs by Tuyen Nguyen and Phil Schermeister White House photograph by Samantha Appleton music by RoyaltyFreeMusic.com special thanks: Jolene Koester, Tatsuo Kumagai, Peter Medina, and Julia Venkateswaran © 2010 California State University, Northridge
...Sunergy Co., Ltd. (Nasdaq: CSUN) today announced updates regarding the Company's dispute with REC Wafer Norway AS. In response to the recent Norwegian District Court ruling on July 5th, 2010 in favor of REC Wafer, China Sunergy is considering an appeal against...
The California Department of Education (CDE), with a grant from the Annenberg Foundation, has contracted with California State University, Northridge to develop a DVD that documents and demonstrates the viability and benefits of American Sign Language (ASL) for all babies, with special focus on families with newly identified Deaf and hard of hearing babies and toddlers. The DVD will be a valuable resource to show that ASL is a natural and vital language appropriate for all babies and families encompassing a wide variety of Deaf and hard of hearing children as well as Deaf children with special needs and children using a variety of assistive listening devices, officials said. The 20-minute DVD will embody facts and values supporting the benefit of ASL as a natural, beneficial visual language for all people. Among the principles it will cover: • Vision is the most natural pathway for language acquisition for Deaf and hard of hearing children; embracing the important role of ASL, a visual language, as it taps into the child's strengths. • Time is of the essence. Infancy is a critical period for language access and language acquisition. But it's never too late—hearing people of all ages can learn ASL. • ASL is a language for the whole family and community. • Children can easily acquire and use more than one language at the same time. • ASL is a "no-risk" pathway. There is no delay in acquisition; no ASL "failures." • ASL supports the development of written and spoke English ...
...a C rather than a B. But if it was blue or black ink - not as noticeable - I think you could be a little more lenient," said CSUN junior Whitney Crawford. "I take whatever pen I have and I grade the same, regardless of the ink color," said CSUN biology professor...
L.A. Daily News
...and took the top two returning players with him to Fresno State. Batesole offered a job to Rousey, who opted instead to stay at CSUN as head coach. Cal State Northridge Athletic Director Rick Mazzuto last week fired head baseball coach Steve Rousey. Mazzuto's...
L.A. Daily News
...school. The newspaper quoted an e-mail from Wolf's family in Carlsbad. "Our daughter, Danielle Wolf, loved her college years at CSUN, especially the time she spent in her sorority Alpha Phi, the friends she made,and the memories that she'll always have with...
San Diego Channel Six News
Trailers for four of the films screening in the 2010 Cinema & Television Arts Senior Film Showcase: - Misdirection - Onigiri - Be Good to Eddie Lee - Sheeps and Wolves For contact and event information, visit CTVA's website: www.csun.ctva.edu
...the university received more than two dozen emails from students, staff and faculty, mostly to protest the site, according to CSUN Provost Harry Hellenbrand. Also, nearly 200 people worldwide had signed a petition on Change.org, asking CSUN president Jolene...
L.A. Daily News
A piece from the May 4th, 2009 CSUN Studio Ensemble Concert with David Newman and Carl Fortina For A Few Dollars More - Final Duel Music by: Ennio Morricone Arranged and Conducted by: Danny Ursetti Featuring: Trevor Welch, piano Maggie Bigelow, celesta Cameron O'Connor, guitar Erick Jovel, trumpet Special Thanks: David Newman, Michael Ferril, and The CSUN Studio Ensemble For more on this concert check these out!!! www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com www.youtube.com this video was used for educational purposes only www.dannyursetti.com
George Kerscher talked about the current state of digital publishing, DAISY and EPUB standards and accessibility issues.
Karren Baird-Olson, 73 year old, CSUN Associate Professor of Sociology, American Indian Studies, Criminology, students, and members of the community brutally attacked by LAPD Police on March 4, 2010, while protesting against California's budget cuts on higher education. Picture taken of officers at 1:46 (you can see them point at the photographer) = i42.tinypic.com Friday, March 5th, 2010 12:08pm Official statement released by California State University Northridge students regarding the March 4th 2010 student protest: We, the students of California State University Northridge & higher education throughout the state of California: Demand an immediate apology and rectification from all media outlets who reported the March 4th Walkout and protest as unruly, not peaceful, violent, and who used problematic language in reporting the actions of all participating students during the events of the day. Demand JUSTICE for Karren Baird-Olson, 73 year old, Associate Professor of Sociology and American Indian Studies, Coordinator, American Indian Studies Program, and Professor of Criminology at CSUN who was brutally attacked by LAPD Police on March 4, 2010, and suffered a broken arm and multiple injures. We are demanding that no charges be placed against her and that all of her medical fees be paid, immediately, along with an apology from the police officers that brutalized her. Demand JUSTICE for all CSUN students arrested during the rally, who were brutalized and apprehended with ...
Hundreds of, if not at least a thousand, CSUN students protest against the rising budget cuts on public education by storming the Oviatt Library and Manzanita Hall on their way to the Reseda and Nordoff intersection. Students in the library were on their Facebook checking/updating their statuses. I nearly went deaf since it was so loud. Obstructing traffic becomes increasingly easy as the numbers continue to rise and in spite of this, many drivers honked in support. Radio stations arrived on the scene. [EDIT] Ultimately, the primary success about this protest is raising awareness to be a bit more politically active at the very least. People online sure are responding to these videos when the footage is no longer on TV, for instance. It's kinda sad when people don't think their voices matter in a democratic-republic. I have a crazy-long blog post about my thoughts post-protest here: hnilmik.newgrounds.com
The protest against the rising budget cuts on public education was scheduled to start around 10 AM at CSUN. I started recording around 10:45 AM after the first protesters moved their efforts from the rooftops to the quad to the hallways (Citrus Hall and Sierra Hall in this video) in the form of several groups before they converged into the throng passing through the Sierra Center on the way to the Nordoff and Reseda intersection. Watch the numbers grow as they gather more people. [EDIT] Ultimately, the primary success about this protest is raising awareness to be a bit more politically active at the very least. People online sure are responding to these videos when the footage is no longer on TV, for instance. It's kinda sad when people don't think their voices matter in a democratic-republic. I have a crazy-long blog post about my thoughts post-protest here: hnilmik.newgrounds.com
Karren Baird-Olson, 73 year old, CSUN Associate Professor of Sociology, American Indian Studies, Criminology brutally attacked by LAPD Police on March 4, 2010, suffered a broken arm and multiple injures. Follow up action by CSUN students and members of the community PLANNED TO CONTINUE FRIDAY MARCH 5, 2010 AT **10:30AM** AT OVIATT LAWN (IN FRONT OF THE LIBRARY.) - CONTINUE THE STRUGGLE FOR EDUCATION AND JUSTICE. - IMMEDIATE DEMANDS: 1. JUSTICE for Karren Baird-Olson, 73 year old, Associate Professor of Sociology and American Indian Studies, Coordinator, American Indian Studies Program, and Professor of Criminology at CSUN who was brutally attacked by LAPD Police on March 4, 2010, suffered a broken arm and multiple injures. www.csun.edu 2. No citations or charge against the students arrested at the CSUN student Rally on March 4th. - topics.law.cornell.edu 3. That CSUN provides transportation to the March in March student rally at the State Capital (West Steps), Sacramento, Monday March 22, 2010. - www.studentsenateccc.org ULTIMATE DEMANDS: 1. NO MORE BUDGET CUTS NO MORE CUT CLASSES/FURLOUGHS/LAYOFFS 2. NO FEE HIKES STOP TAXING STUDENTS/STOP TUITION INCREASES 3. RESTORE CATEGORICAL FUNDING PROTECT EOP&S/DSPS/CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION/MATRICULATION PROGRAMS **SPREAD THE WORD FACEBOOK, MYSPACE, TWITTER, CALL & TEXT** Video Captured By: Citizen Journalist, Kari Thumlert
On March 4th 2010, Day of Action, College students walk out to send a message that we are fighting against California State budget cuts in education.
CSUN Students Demand Fair Access To Higher Education: Reseda / Nordhoff March 4, 2010 Notice how many LAPD are lined up for a peaceful legal protest.. Notice how one "officer / overseer" attempts to intimidate a couple of female protesters toward the end of the video. This comes down to class war.. Plain & simple.. We cannot allow the rich to make higher education impossible for the rest of us. defendcapubliceducation.wordpress.com (I am not the author of this blog, I just support it)
Cal State Northridge's Yulia Gavrilova turns in a 54.25 to win the women's 100 butterfly at the 2010 Big West Swimming & Diving Championships. In winning, she became the 1st Matador to win a title since 2004 and just the 4th female to win a championship in Matador history. 2010 Big West Swimming & Diving Championships, February 19, 2010. Belmont Plaza Pool, Long Beach, CA.
The UCLA Men's Volleyball team overcame a 2-0 deficit to win in 5 sets over #1 ranked CSUN on Friday night in Pauley Pavilion.
Northridge, Calif. - Junior walk-on guard Eric Williams' 3-point play with 3.2 seconds left in the third overtime lifted Cal State Fulleton to an improbable 113-112 Big West Conference victory at Cal State Northridge. The win was Fullerton's seventh in a row at the Matadome and improved its record to 13-11 overall and 7-5 for sole possession of third place in the Big West. Northridge fell to 9-16, 4-7. The combined 225 points are the most in a game in Fullerton's 50-year basketball history. Gerard Anderson led the Titans with a career-high 25 points including 11 in the third overtime. With Northridge leading, 112-110 and 4 seconds left, he made one free throw before missing the second on purpose. Williams got the rebound on the left side and put in a short bank shot and was fouled, sinking the winning free throw before the Matadors' Vinnie McGhee's half-court shot bounced off the rim at the final buzzer. Aaron Thompson and Jacques Streeter each had 21 points for Fullerton before fouling out. Kenny Daniels led the Matadors with 25 points before he fouled out. Mark Hill scored 18 including 6-for-6 free throws in the third overtime before he fouled out with 4 seconds left. Five Titans and six Matadors fouled out. The game was tied 17 times and there were 15 lead changes. Anderson scored Fullerton's first 6 points in the third overtime, tying the game at 103 with 1:45 to go. Raymond Cody hit a trey at 1:21 but Anderson scored twice more for a 107-106 lead with a minute to go ...
Ernst & Young is working with CSUN to develop the next generation of diverse business leaders. Video provided by & © 2009 Ernst & Young, LLP
Professors Dayanthie Weeraratne (California State Univ, Northridge) and Donald Forsyth (Brown Univ.) lead a team of students on a seismic/marine research voyage in the northwest Pacific Ocean. Video courtesy of Dayanthie Weeraratne. The complete story is coming soon to: www.northridgemagazine.com
Gerard Anderson and his newest poster.
A must watch for anyone who serves alcohol! Cal State University Northridge (CSUN) radio station, Keisha Courtney, interviews National Bartenders School, Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) - State of California Division Chief Rick Ryan, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (Madd) - Misty Moyse and a bartender school instructor on serving alcohol responsibly and getting TIPS certified.
APLUS PRESENTS: LUPE FIASCO "CSUN" FREESTYLE/NAS IS LIKE/ GO GO GADGET
April 22, 2009 @ California State University Northridge Moderated by Edward Headington, Headington Media Group PANELISTS Arnold Schaffer, Providence Health & Services; Gary Toebben, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Lucien Wulsin Jr., Insured the Uninsured Project; and Peter Mackler, MemorialCare Medical Centers Sponsored by Ralphs, Peet's Coffee & Tea, Walmart, Trader Joe's, California Pizza Kitchen, Sunkist, Target, Wells Fargo, and Starbucks Coffee Brought to you by the CSUN Health Administration Graduate Students from the Seminar in Health Care Organization and the CSUN Health Administration Alumni Chapter.
CSUN Hip Hop performed at the Annual CSUN Showcase on Thursday, October 22. We won in the Best Dance category! YESSSSS!!!! WORRRRK!!!! Subscribe to our channel and keep up with our upcoming performances!!! Thank you all. Enjoy. [ Ending track: Lamar Jay - myspace.com/lamarjyup ]
A group of geography undergraduate students, led by Assoc. Professor Helen Cox of the Institute for Sustainability, began a new survey of CSUN's trees to determine the amount of CO2 they sequester and to update the plant atlas detailing the location and species of every tree on campus. Watch Dr. Cox explain the project and see her students in action. Directed, shot and edited by Krishna Narayanamurti Based on the article by Julia Venkateswaran for Northridge Magazine Narrator/Interview Subject: Assoc. Professor Helen Cox Featuring Student Surveyors: Roger Motti, Brian Shimizu, and Kevin Ulrich Still photographs courtesy of Lee Choo and Dat Tuyen Produced by Brenda Roberts and Julia Venkateswaran Executive Producers: Vance Peterson, Michael McManus and Randal Thomson Music by RoyaltyFreeMusic.com Close captioning by James Wolf Special Thanks: Jolene Koester, Joseph O'Connor and David Mascarina This film is dedicated to Professor Cox's late father. © 2009 California State University, Northridge Institute for Sustainablity: www.csun.edu Northridge Magazine Online: www.northridgemagazine.com
Created @ Cal State Northridge in 2009 as part of Campus MovieFest, the world's largest student film festival.
Created @ Cal State Northridge in 2009 as part of Campus MovieFest, the world's largest student film festival.
The CSUN student chapter of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) will compete in the Red Bull Soapbox Race on Saturday, Sept. 26 in downtown Los Angeles. This will be the only CSUN club competing in the race. HFES spent some two months building their giant brain soapbox racer and plan on being contenders against other schools in the Los Angeles area. "They're all going down," said Patrick Martin, HFES member and Red Bull Soapbox Race contestant. Produced by Jared Morgan. Jaredcmorgan@gmail.com
California State University Northridge students feel the effects of the huge budget cut in education.
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David Newman, one of Hollywood's foremost composers, conducts an orchestra of Music students, faculty, and staff, as well as professional musicians, for a "Tribute to Film Scoring" -- part of the 2008-09 Performance Series in the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication. This...
Highlights of the 50th Anniversary reunion event, with interview clips and web messages from the live webcast sprinkled throughout. PART 3 includes: - Moxi (blues-rock band featuring CSUN students/alumni) - Webcast: Farewell from Alumni Relations -- video produced, directed & edited by Krishna Narayanamurti for Marketing & Communications executive producers: Vance Peterson, Michael McManus, Randal Thomson, Gray Mounger & Alumni Relations, Dominique Munoz & Special Events assistant camera operator: James Wolf webcast produced by Joseph O'Connor, David Mascarina, and Kimon Rethis for Web Communications webcast video footage provided by Chris Mahony, Tony Hillbruner and Information Technology event arranged by the 50th Anniversary Committee, the Alumni Association and University Advancement special thanks: Dr. Jolene Koester © 2009 California State University, Northridge. All rights reserved. VIDEOGRAPHER'S NOTE: In some cases the chronological order of events may have been altered for editing purposes. Some of the crawling text was derived from Facebook posts (where indicated) and/or different parts of the webcast than where and when they appear in the edited video.
Highlights of the 50th Anniversary reunion event, with interview clips and web messages from the live webcast sprinkled throughout. PART 2 includes: - Dr. Koester's Presidential Address & Time Capsule Dedication - Alumni Jazz Quartet - Webcast: Milt Valera on the President's Associates - Honors Guitar Quartet -- produced, directed & edited by Krishna Narayanamurti executive producers: Vance Peterson, Michael McManus, Randal Thomson, Gray Mounger and Dominique Munoz assistant camera operator: James Wolf webcast produced by Joseph O'Connor, David Mascarina, and Kimon Rethis for Web Communications webcast video footage provided by Chris Mahony, Tony Hillbruner and Information Technology event arranged by the 50th Anniversary Committee, the Alumni Association and University Advancement special thanks: Dr. Jolene Koester © 2009 California State University, Northridge. All rights reserved. VIDEOGRAPHER'S NOTE: In some cases the chronological order of events may have been altered for editing purposes. Some of the crawling text was derived from Facebook posts (where indicated) and/or different parts of the webcast than where and when they appear in the edited video.
Highlights of the 50th Anniversary reunion event, with interview clips and web messages from the live webcast sprinkled throughout. PART 1 includes: - Grand Reunion Intro - Webcast Welcome from Vance Peterson & Larry Twersky - CSUN Steel Drum Band - Webcast: About the CSUN Granny Girls - San Fernando Valley Banjo Band -- produced, directed & edited by Krishna Narayanamurti executive producers: Vance Peterson, Michael McManus, Randal Thomson, Gray Mounger and Dominique Munoz assistant camera operator: James Wolf webcast produced by Joseph O'Connor, David Mascarina, and Kimon Rethis for Web Communications webcast video footage provided by Chris Mahony, Tony Hillbruner and Information Technology event arranged by the 50th Anniversary Committee, the Alumni Association and University Advancement special thanks: Dr. Jolene Koester © 2009 California State University, Northridge. All rights reserved. VIDEOGRAPHER'S NOTE: In some cases the chronological order of events may have been altered for editing purposes. Some of the crawling text was derived from Facebook posts (where indicated) and/or different parts of the webcast than where and when they appear in the edited video.