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Welcome flyer for new students


Join the Mike Curb College of Art, Media and Communication at our New Student Welcome

About this Event

MCCAMC Students!!!
Join us to meet your department faculty and staff, fellow matadors, and explore campus resources.

Date And Time

Thu, October 1, 2020
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM PDT

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Highlights

Hugo Vera, Director of Vocal Arts and Opera

July 31, 2020

Hugo Vera

The Dean of the Mike Curb College, Dan Hosken, and the Chair of Music, John Roscigno, are pleased to announce that Dr. Hugo Vera will join the faculty in the Music Department in Fall of 2020 as Director of Vocal Arts and Opera. Read more

Meet the New Faculty

July 31, 2020

Jenna Delgado-Lin "Veronica" Sun-Tina Raymond-Hugo Vera

In Fall 2020 the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication welcomes four new faculty members. Read more

CSUN Film Professors Raise Concerns about Movies’ ‘White Saviors’

July 22, 2020

THE HELP movie poster

Films like “The Help” — a period piece set during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement that follows a white woman’s relationship with black maids — may leave viewers feeling positive about society’s progress when it comes to race — a feeling that raises concern among critics, including California State University, Northridge film professors Michael Johnson Jr. and Nate Thomas. Read more

Learning Lessons from the Incarceration of Japanese Americans to Improve Lives of Asian Americans Today

June 9, 2020

Quilt display

The California Civil Liberties Public Education Fund, a project of the California State Library, has awarded CSUN’s Civil Discourse and Social Change a $100,000 grant to support a year-long project, “World Remaking: Intergenerational Activism and Transformative Justice,” The project will use lectures, storytelling and performance to build bridges between generations and communities to explore ways to address issues of incarceration, deportation, detention and criminalization for some of the most underrepresented Asian/Pacific Islander groups in Los Angeles, including Pacific Islanders, Muslims, Southeast Asians and Japanese Americans. Read more

2020 Mike Curb College Dean’s Scholar

May 14, 2020

Alicia Gabrielle “Gabbie” Puzon

When Alicia Gabrielle “Gabbie” Puzon arrived at CSUN in 2016 to pursue a bachelor’s degree on an F-1 international student visa, she wasn’t sure what direction her studies would take. Read more

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