The Office of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving at California State University Northridge is requesting Matador Milestones:
At any time, you can have life-changing events. You may have tied the knot, found a new job or celebrated the graduation of another Matador in your family. If you have exciting things to share, CSUN wants to be the first to hear about it.
Help us continue building CSUN Matador pride by keeping in touch with us. Submit your good tidings for our Matador Milestones section of CSUN Magazine.
Weddings, births, adoptions, graduations, new jobs, honors and awards — we want to hear it all and brag about you!
Your name, graduation year and major
Your good news in 40 words or less. Longer entries will be accepted but may be edited.
Your email address and contact phone number
Photo (optional). Include the name of each individual in the photo. Photos should be in .jpg or .gif format and a minimum of 300 dpi.
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