Are you an alumnus/alumna, donor, staff or faculty member, or current student? Or do you know of someone who is? If so, and you have a compelling story that could make a great article for the Viewpoint, please let us know. We’re always looking for engaging stories about members of the PLNU community and would love to share them with our readers.
We ask that you please review previously published stories and articles for an idea of the type of content we tend to publish. If we think your story would be a great fit, we’ll reach out to you with next steps. Additionally, if you would like to write and submit the story yourself, please review our Writer Submission Guidelines.
To submit a story idea, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- The relationship (alumnus/alumna, faculty member, etc.) of the individual or group of individuals to PLNU.
- A brief paragraph explaining the story and why you think it would be compelling to our readers (we are generally interested in stories about individuals pursuing their callings to positively influence others, overcoming great obstacles and challenges, or being transformed by a deep and meaningful life experience).
- Contact info (both email and phone if possible) of the individual or group of individuals included in the story.
Alumni News and Updates
Share your major news and updates with us, including recent awards, career or school milestones, publications, or other great accomplishments (service-related, academic, athletic, artistic, professional, etc.) so we can celebrate your successes and life events!
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While Point Loma Nazarene University accepts editorial submissions, the school reserves the right to edit or decline to print material at its discretion.