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Sustainability workshop stresses water conservation and solar energy use

CSUN faculty, staff and students got tips on being environmentally friendly at home and got familiar with solar energy at a workshop presented by the…

Thefts, burglaries, vandalism occurred during spring break

April 14, 2014- Theft of Personal Property The investigation continues for someone who stole a cellphone from a bench, at the Student Recreation Center around…

Heartbleed Bug poses no threat to student or faculty email accounts

As websites and Internet users scramble to assess vulnerability to the Heartbleed Bug, information technology officials have assured CSUN students and faculty that their sensitive…

Advice on avoiding exposure to Heartbleed Bug security flaw

The Heartbleed Bug affected at least 500,000 websites, according to Netcraft.  Changing your password to affected sites is recommended. Below is a partial list of…

‘Two Women’ share their stories in unique performance piece

Telling a personal story can be more than a means of explaining one’s self, for…

Alumni panel to discuss careers within health industry field

The ever-changing landscape of the healthcare industry in the United States has made it increasingly…

AS talks about reducing the number of Daily Sundial copies

The Sustainability Committee is trying to eliminate costs and suggested to decrease number of Daily…

Chicana/o studies celebrates 45 years with panel discussions

Chicana/o studies celebrates 45 years with panel discussions

The CSUN Chicana/o studies department was established in 1969 to respond to the growing needs…

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Professor of religious studies starts Peace Institute in Congo

Professor of religious studies starts Peace Institute in Congo

In summer 2011, Mutombo Nkulu-N’sengha started a Peace Institute in Camino, Congo to address the causes of violence and poverty in the area. N’sengha travels to Congo every winter and…

Students meet the millionaire Matador

Students meet the millionaire Matador

Plastered atop the University Student Union is the motto every matador should know. “Students today. Matadors tomorrow.” Although there are years to wait for the feeling to sink in for…

CSUN student founds local fitness program

CSUN student founds local fitness program

Evina Luna gave education a try, but decided to hold off on college, mainly because she wanted to travel. Coming from a small town, she wished for a modeling job…

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Radioactive seafood market takes over West Gallery

Radioactive seafood market takes over West Gallery

Ever wanted to go to a black-lit fish market? Now’s your chance. At CSUN’s West Gallery in the art department, professor Edie Pistolesi, with the…

Free LA Opera choral production to be held at VPAC

LA’s thrifty alternative to Coachella to host its fourth year

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Grab some grub on wheels with a sampling of food trucks

Grab some grub on wheels with a sampling of food trucks

Photo and Story by: Ka Yun Chan/Contributor Food truck is a growing foodie trend. It’s becoming…

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Cesar Chavez Service Fair held to promote volunteer opportunities

CSUN students crowded Cleary Walk as part of the Cesar Chavez Service Fair to get opportunities…

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What in the world is sustainable food?

When it comes to the language of food, foodies love tossing around three-dollar words like organic,…

CSUN-ny Side Up takes a break

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Security flatlines with the discovery of Heartbleed

Security flatlines with the discovery of Heartbleed

Whether we like it or not, we put a lot of trust and faith into the…