It has been one of Broadway’s most incredible and inspirational stories of recent time. California State University, Northridge alumna Lauren Ridloff ’00 (English – Creative Writing), a deaf former elementary school teacher with no prior professional stage experience, took on the iconic role of Sarah Norman in the Broadway production of Children of a Lesser God. Continue reading about CSUN Alumna Lauren Ridloff’s new broadway show.
CSUN’s Teenage Drama Workshop Aims to Strengthen Family Values with ‘Mary Poppins Jr.’ & ‘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). Continue reading about CSUN’s Teenage Drama Workshop's productions of ‘Mary Poppins Jr.’ & ‘James and the Giant Peach Jr.’.
When Sarina Loeb ’13 (M.S., College Counseling Student Services) was a graduate student at California State University, Northridge, one of her goals was to run a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) resource center. Continue reading about CSUN professor of psychology Alyssa Arentoft's research.
Entertainment trade publication Variety has again recognized California State University, Northridge as one of the best film schools in the world. CSUN’s Department of Cinema and Television Arts (CTVA) in the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication was one of 40 schools around the world to make Variety’s list. Continue reading about Variety's article on CSUN's film school.
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 team from the 1880s through the 1930s, which is credited with popularizing the sport around the world. Continue reading about CSUN professor Chris Bolsmann's new book.