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General Announcements Feb. 22-26

Cal State Northridge Journalism Department's
Newsletter for Journalism Majors

Internships, jobs, accomplishments and general announcements

Spring 2010 * Issue No. 6

To submit information to the Monday Memo, please contact Adolfo Flores, editor, at ext. 3135 or email submissions to mm@csun.edu, or stop by MZ 210. The deadline for submission is Noon, Wednesday.

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Reading Room - The Reading Room (MZ 208) will be closed from 1/18-1/24 and will be reopened at noon for students on the 24th.

New! SPJ/LA - The Greater Los Angeles chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists is hosting a downtown mixer. Join former GOP strategist Dan Schnur at the mixer on Tuesday, Feb. 23 at the Redwood Bar and Grill, 316 W. Second St., in downtown Los Angeles. Schnur is the director of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics at USC. The former political and media strategist has worked on four presidential and three gubernatorial campaigns. He appears frequently on radio and television, and his commentaries have been published in the Los Angeles Times, Sacramento Bee, San Francisco Chronicle, and elsewhere. The mixer is free and open to all! Please let us know you're coming by sending e-mail to: spjlosangeles@gmail.com.

New! SPJ/LA - The Greater Los Angeles chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists presents a panel discussion on where our city is, where we’re going and how we’ll remember ‘this’ moment in L.A. history. The moderator will be Hector Tobar, columnist for the Los Angeles Times and author of "The Tattooed Soldier" & "Translation Nation." The event will be held on Feb. 25, 7 p.m. at Eso Won Bookstore, 4331 Degnan Blvd., Leimert Park. Panelists include Larry Frank, Los Angeles deputy mayor, Dowell Myers, demographer and author of "Immigrants and Boomers", Arielle Rosen, director of senior services, L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center,
George J. Sanchez, historian and author of "Becoming Mexican American", and Carol Sobel, civil rights attorney. Free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided.