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Armenian Genocide reflected, spreading awareness during recent conference

By Michael J. Arvizu and Diana JimenezAs a little boy — maybe 5 or 6 years of age — Vahram Shemmassian, a CSUN professor...

Family, friends, colleagues remember longtime CSUN journalism professor DeWayne ‘Doc’ Johnson

As much as former CSUN journalism professor Dr. DeWayne “Doc” Johnson was known for his high professionalism, work ethic, and advocacy for his students,...
Storm clouds break over the CSUN campus on Friday, Dec. 12, 2014, after a massive rain storm dumped at least XXX on the region. It is expected to rain again Monday night, but this storm will relatively smaller. Michael J. Arvizu/The Sundial.

More wet weather expected after last week’s heavy rains

By MENGRAN WUThe CSUN community experienced heavy rainy days last week, but for the most part, was left unscathed.However, many California regions, including the...
KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas featured a stellar lineup, including Incubus, Rise Against, and Smashing Pumpkins.

No time wasted during KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas, 2014

By DIANA JIMENEZThe 25th annual Almost Acoustic Christmas concert celebration kicked off on Saturday at the newly renovated Forum in Los Angeles.The show benefited...
Stanford University professor Jeremy Bailenson believes virtual reality can one day be used for education.

Stanford psychology professor discusses how virtual reality can transform education

By Mengran WuDr. Jeremy Bailenson holds an impressive resume.He is the founding director of the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University, an associate...
CSUN students gather in a Sierra Hall classroom to listen to President Barack Obama outline his policy for immigration reform in the United States.

Obama’s immigration reform speech raises more questions than it answers

Students watching President Barack Obama’s speech Thursday night to rehaul what he calls the nation’s “broken” immigration system, were left with more questions than...

Harvest Fest offers fun for kids, networking opportunities for their parents

By Nicolette HinojosPumpkins lined the sidewalks, and scarecrows and posters hung on the walls while hay bales provided fall inspired seating at the 15th...

AS allocates funds for sports, information technology

By Alexandra ChidbachianThe Associated Students (AS) senate passed a motion to allocate $16,500 for the women's soccer club to attend the Big West Tournament...

Students march in solidarity with missing Mexican classmates

 El Salvador native Mercedes Moreno has had enough.In 1991, her son, José Leonidas Moreno, disappeared without a trace after being deported from Colorado to...
Danza Azteca de Cuauhtemoc dancers perform an indigenous ritual at the start of M.E.Ch.A.'s annual Dia de los Muertos event on Oct. 31 at the Chicano/a House.

Day of the Dead bridges the gap between this world and...

They processed quietly, silently.Each step was measured, landing softly on the concrete ground.They numbered about 100, and made their way through some of the...

Administrators address greek community in closed-door meeting regarding hazing

President Dianne Harrison and Vice President of Student Affairs William Watkins spoke to fraternity and sorority members in a closed-door meeting on Friday afternoon...

All CSUN pledge activities stopped following possible Pi Kappa Alpha hazing...

All pledging activity has been ordered to immediately "cease and desist" following a possible hazing incident involving the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, according to...