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CSUN Commencement 2014 (Tilt Shift)

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An estimated 9,999 graduates — 7,647 bachelor's, 2,325 master's and 27 doctoral degree candidates — made the long walk across the stage in seven separate ceremonies during California State University, Northridge's 2014 commencement proceedings that started May 16 with Honors Convocation and concluded May 22.

To See Each Commencement in full:
Honors Convocation:
College of Curb College of Arts, Media, and Comm:
College of Health and Human Development: http://youtu.be/JIcA4HjRMIQ
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences - Undergraduates: http://youtu.be/HJ3jzcgDoF4
College of ECS, Science & Math, SBS Graduates: http://youtu.be/0PasWYQfCZU
College of Humanities, Education:

Filmed by: Richard Chambers & Jeremy Asuncion
Edited by: Jeremy Asuncion & Jonathan Wong
Music by: The Music Bed (licensed with permission)
Produced by: CSUN University Advancement Marketing & Communications

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California State University, Northridge officials will shine the spotlight on Hollywood's next generation of movie makers on Wednesday, May 7, at the university's 24th annual "Senior Film Showcase" at the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

The showcase, which culminates years of study for the university's senior-level film students, is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public. Screenings of the student films will take place in the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre of the academy located at 5220 Lankershim Blvd. in North Hollywood.

CSUN Outstanding Graduates 2014 Play

Some are the first in their families to get a college education. Others have been on their own since a young age and had to rely on their own tenacity to get through their classes. Still others have seen war and came to California State University, Northridge determined to get the tools they need to make a positive impact on the world.

The cheers may be deafening next week as nearly 10,000 students are expected to graduate from CSUN. Each student has a personal story of hard work, perseverance and success. Below are examples of just some of these unique stories.
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