Tips and tricks to make next years tax filing more fun

Tomorrow is the "dreaded" tax filing deadline for both state and federal taxes. I've put "dreaded" in quotations because college students don't really have that much to "dread" when filing taxes. Most college students don't make or spend enough to create a long,...

Queens of the Stone Age rock with ‘Lullabies to Paralyze’

Lullabies to Paralyze" is the newest album from Queens of the Stone Age, and it rocks. Released on March 22, this album marks the band's fourth full-length record and their first since 2002's "Songs for the Deaf," with which the group gained much recognition,...

Mae sings about ups and downs of life in ‘The Everglow’

I remember the first time I heard of the band Mae, who is on the Tooth and Nail roster, when they were going to open the "Be My Valentour" for the punk-rock band Relient K. Because I was curious to hear them before...

‘I Build the Tower’ documents L.A.’s historic sights

The Watts Towers, simple, yet stunningly innovative in their geometric configuration, have long served as an icon of multicultural unity for the people of Los Angeles. But even more perplexing than these contrasting structures is the man who built them. The documentary "I Build...

Message from the Editor

Message from the Editor: It has been brought to the editorial board's attention that a piece that ran in last Wednesday's Daily Sundial Spotlight section included a reference to the indiscriminate hanging of individuals, which, upon closer consideration, comes across as racially insensitive...

Volleyball set to close season against USC, Pepperdine

The ninth-ranked Matadors men's volleyball team (16-12, 9-11 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) have earned a ticket to post season play. They clinched a spot with their win over 13th-ranked UC Irvine (8-19, 6-14 MPSF) Saturday, combined with 12th ranked Pacific's (12-16, 6-14) loss to...

Baseball team not at same level as Fullerton

Northridge hosted defending national champion Cal State Fullerton this past weekend, hoping to snap its three game conference losing streak. However, as the series progressed, the Titans showed why they were not only the superior team, but contenders for a second straight national...

Crime log

The following information was provided by the Campus Police Department's Daily Summary Report: 04/11/05 -- Felony Evading A CSUN police officer arrested non-student Jehovany Jaurigi Diaz, 22, in connection with a felony attempt to elude a peace officer. Diaz allegedly fled the officer's attempt...

Armenian studies celebrates 20 years

The CSUN community celebrated the 20th anniversary of the university's Armenian studies program with a banquet April 8 at the Brandview Collection Restaurant in Glendale. The banquet hosted various guests, including local Armenian community and political leaders, CSUN President Jolene Koester, Armenian studies...

Campus display showcases African American inventors

CSUN's National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has erected a display around the grass areas of the Sierra Quad, showcasing inventions and contributions by African Americans throughout history. Some of the displayed inventions have become part of one's daily routine,...