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Private Prison Operators are Influencing Immigration Policy, According to New Study by CSUN Professor

If you are a member of the U.S. House of Representatives with a private prison in your district, you are also more likely than your peers to co-sponsor punitive immigration legislation, according to …
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CSUN's Library Welcomes Entries for 2019 San Fernando Valley Award for Fiction

The Friends of the Oviatt Library at California State University, Northridge are welcoming submissions for the biennial San Fernando Valley Award for Fiction.The award — which alternates each year be…
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Paddling With Your Kids How to Get Started

Whether you head out for a day across the bay or a jaunt into the wilds for a week-long adventure, paddling is one of the best outdoor activities you can do with your kids. Add water to your children…
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Central American Studies Prof¹s Sculptures on Display at Hammer Museum and LA River

California State University, Northridge Central American studies professor Beatriz Cortez explores the immigrant experience through her art. Her latest pieces, “Tzolk’in” and “Piercing Garden,” are b…
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New Study Explores the Role Nitrogen Plays in Coral Reef Fight Against Ocean Acidification

 A new study by California State University, Northridge marine biologist Robert Carpenter and a former student, Maggie Johnson, now with the Smithsonian Institution, found that increasing the amount …
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CSUN's Teenage Drama Workshop Aims to Strengthen Family Values with Productions of 'Mary Poppins Jr.' and 'James and the Giant Peach Jr.'

Strengthening the emotional bonds that tie families together is one of the themes explored in this summer’s productions by California State University, Northridge’s 2018 Teenage Drama Workshop (TADW)…
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CSUN Matadors Welcome New Athletic Director Michael Izzy

Northridge, CA -- California State University, Northridge President Dianne F. Harrison announced today the hiring of Michael Izzi, a veteran athletics leader who has more than 20 years of experience …
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Professor¹s Book Shows How a Traveling English Soccer Club Helped Popularize the Sport

California State University, Northridge’s Chris Bolsmann, a kinesiology professor and South African sociologist, recently published a history of the Corinthians Football Club, a London-based soccer t…
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Nutrient Pollution Runoff Makes Ocean Acidification Worse for Coral Reefs

Nutrient pollution runoff from the land — whether from sewage, farm fertilizer or the aftermath of a rainstorm — may be accelerating the negative impact global ocean acidification is having on coral …
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5 Easy Ways To Save Money On Gas This Summer

Fuel prices are a lot like the weather: Lots of folks talk about them, but there’s not much you can do about them. The price at the pump fluctuates for so many reasons, from political instability ove…
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How To Choose The Best Times To Fish

The best time to go fishing is whenever you can. While that old maxim has merit and speaks to the value of fishing just for the fun of it, there are times during the day, month and year when it seems…
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New Research Provides 'Oases' of Hope for the Future of Coral Reefs

Amidst dire reports about the health of the world’s coral reefs, California State University, Northridge marine biologist Peter Edmunds and a team of researchers have found coral reef “oases” that pr…
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This Year's Best Luxury Camping Items For Spring And Summer

Picture this camping scene: you wake up from a night sleeping peacefully under the stars and reach for a cup of joe, but instead of cowboy coffee, you’re greeted by the aroma of freshly brewed espres…
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Archery Find The Best Place To Shoot Your Bow

Archery is a lot of fun, but whether you’re a seasoned bowhunter or just getting in to target shooting, becoming a better archer hinges on one simple reality—you need to practice. The easier it is to…
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CSUN Prof Receives $435,000 Federal Grant to StudyWays to Improve the Health of Those Who Are HIV+

California State University, Northridge assistant professor of psychologyAlyssa Arentoft, is spending the next three years examining health risk behavior and neurocognitive functioning in those who h…
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