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It is hard to get the “right” right. (read more >>>)

by Dean Joyce Feucht-Haviar – It is hard to get the “right” right. It is easy enough to get started – usually step one is intending to do the right thing. After that, however, it seems to get complicated. One intends to – hopes to – make the right choices day-to-day so that one can make a positive difference for others and live up to one’s own ideals – be one’s best self. But, each day is filled with a seemingly endless number of choices about what to do and how to do it. In the end, there is no sure or easy path to getting “right” right.

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Morris Cutler, SAGE Founder
Morris Cutler speaking at SAGE

(Nov. 10, 2014) - California State University, Northridge and the Tseng College lost a friend, supporter and teacher in the passing of Morris Cutler. The retired educator launched SAGE, a learning-in-retirement organization, through CSUN’s Tseng College 27 years ago.

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Students from Mexican universities attend orientation at CSUN

(Nov. 3, 2014) - A higher education initiative launched with the support of Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto and President Barack Obama brings 40 university students and professors from throughout Mexico to study English at CSUN starting Nov. 3.

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