The CSU Channel Islands magazine *Channel, is published twice a year by the Communication & Marketing office. Channel is provided online in Adobe Acrobat PDF format and in HTML.
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*Please note: the magazine was published as "Current" from 1997-2009.
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Graduates of the Inaugural Freshman Class
Light at the End of the Tunnel:
Prop 1d allocation allows upgrades expansion
Wish You Were Here!:
CI students and faculty spent July in Paris studying art... one of the many stories of How We Spent The Summer
A Pulitzer Prize Winner Speaks: CSUCI Awards 1st Masters Degrees
A Legacy for Education:
CSUCI Names 1st School After Philanthropist Martin V. Smith
Ceremony and Celebration:
Construction begins on the John Spoor Broome Library
Students, families and campus community celebrate the opening of Anacapa Village
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CSU's Channel Islands, Northridge and Long Beach celebrate Commencement 2004
Then and Now:
Builder and preservationists strive to make the campus unique
Making, and Honoring, History
First degrees are conferred at inaugural commencement that also honors CSUN graduates and Cal State Channel Islands' ties to them
Making of Historic 'First Class'
University Is 'Confident' Fall Enrollment Targets Will Be Met
"Be A Part from the Start"
Student Orientations and Six Weeks Campus Activities Encourage Students to Embrace the College Experience
The Opening Ceremony of California State University Channel Islands
Highlights and photographs of CSUCI's Opening Ceremony on August 19, 2002.
Cal State University Channel Islands Receives $1 million Largomarsino Gift
Former Congressman Robert L. Largomarsino and his wife, Norma, donate funds for the new library.
The Inauguration of President Richard R. Rush
Highlights and photographs of the inauguration of CSUCI President Richard R. Rush on April 19, 2002.
President's Message - Milestones Reached
On October 1, 2001, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges granted California State University Channel Islands eligibility status in the first step toward full accreditation.
New University Library To Be Created - Local Rancher Provides $5 Million Gift
CSUCI will begin work on a university library thanks to an extraordinary gesture of support by Oxnard rancher John S. Broome. The library will eventually serve upwards of 17,000 students, faculty and staff.