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Dorothy Stilling, Alumna, First Graduating Class

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

CSUN Stories Interview – Dorothy Stiller
[San Fernando Valley State College] had  just opened when I came.  I came from Valley Junior College [Los Angeles Valley College], over on Fulton Avenue.  And I did two years there, and then realized that this was a good spot to come into, at the end of my two years, [...]

Amy Reichbach & Edward Reichbach, Alumni

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

CSUN Stories Interview – Amy Reichbach
Hi, I’m Amy Reichbach.  I am an alum of Cal State University Northridge.  I graduated in 1977.  I now work here as a health educator in the Klotz Student Health Center.  I love being a health educator.  I have contacts with students from – I’ve been here 19 years now [...]

DeWayne Johnson, founding Journalism faculty

Saturday, September 20th, 2008

CSUN Stories Interview – DeWayne Johnson
I was on the tag-end of the first wave [of faculty], or the front end of the second wave.  And it was quite a thing to recognize it when I came on campus.  There were a lot of people with fine backgrounds that were already in the nucleus of the faculty that [...]

Betsy Stelck, founding History faculty family

Friday, September 19th, 2008

CSUN Stories Interview – Betsy Stelck
I decided — along with a lot of other faculty wives who’d just arrived — that it would be wonderful if we could get together as a family and get our children playing together, and maybe taking swimming lessons together, and doing those kinds of things. So we organized the [...]

Anne Kogen and Beth Wolfson, founding Library faculty family

Friday, September 12th, 2008

CSUN Stories Interview – Anne Kogan and Beth Wolfson
(Anne) I arrived — we arrived in San Fernando Valley – in Northridge, actually — in 1956. And I have to add that my heart was not in it. … I had not seen the campus until we moved up here, and it was a shock. [...]