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Fall fashion embraces the heat on CSUN campus

Fall fashion embraces the heat on CSUN campus

additional reporting by Georgia Simone Levy, contributor We already know that the heat is making statement here at CSUN, but is the style as hot as the heat? Fall fashion is here, we’re just waiting on the weather to catch up. Hoodies, scarves, turtlenecks, and boots have been put on hold causing stylish students to […]

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In Taylor we trust

In Taylor we trust

There was a lot of hoopla made when Taylor Swift announced back in August that she would be abandoning her country ways and making the full transition to pop with her new album, “1989.” With the announcement came the release of “Shake It Off,” the first single off the album, and speculation that this will […]

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Explore the origins of the world’s most famous mythical creature, Dracula

Explore the origins of the world’s most famous mythical creature, Dracula

by Danny Arriaza, contributor Finally, we have arrived upon the season of Autumn and with it comes the annual celebration of Halloween. There are numerous objects and symbols that have become synonymous with October 31st. As Dracula Untold continues to play in theaters, it brings with it yet another vague interpretation of the iconic vampire. […]

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Enter if you dare: LA’s most popular haunted spots

Enter if you dare: LA’s most popular haunted spots

With Halloween on the horizon, satisfy your seasonal appetite for the occult with one of these local haunts. Suicide Bridge When Jeannette Pykkonen returned to Pasadena to celebrate the 1993 reopening of the Colorado Street Bridge, she was returning to a place her mother never intended her to leave. In 1937, Pykkonen’s distraught mother flung […]

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5 classic horror films that will fright your night

5 classic horror films that will fright your night

by Oleah Olaguera, contributor There is something that is just so fun about being afraid, and if there’s anything that gives people nightmares on Halloween, it’s watching scary movies. Whether it’s with family, friends or significant others, watching horror films is what makes the trick-or-treating season! So grab some popcorn, blankets and pumpkin spice lattes […]

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Geek Clash observe all things Halloween

Geek Clash observe all things Halloween

This time on Geek Clash, the crew gathers around the campfire to discuss some Halloween favorites. Trevor gives us his game recommendations that are sure to have you cowering behind your controller, while Josh and Lita dive into some of their picks for movies to watch on all hallows eve. The group also gives their […]

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Four killer Halloween Apps worth downloading

Four killer Halloween Apps worth downloading

by Kristine Malisce, contributor With Halloween creeping up this Friday, there’s a couple of things to look forward to. Here are several apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices to help build the excitement and to countdown the days leading up to Friday’s big celebration. For those who plan to stay home alone, trick or […]

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Music and comedy reign ‘Supreme’ for Tenacious D

Music and comedy reign ‘Supreme’ for Tenacious D

Back for its second year, Tenacious D’s Festival Supreme brought together some big names from comedy and music Saturday for an all-day event. The festival took over the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall as well as the grounds in front of the venue. While it’s been dubbed the “Coachella of comedy,” music acts also featured […]

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Music Mondays with Vince Nguyen

Music Mondays with Vince Nguyen

It’s another Monday, which means it’s another week to bear through. Luckily enough, the Sundial is willing to brighten your week up with a number of fresh tunes in our new segment – The Sundial Songs of the Week. This edition will feature five songs ranging from R&B to electro-pop, including a track from Chance […]

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Oktoberfest commemorates more than consumption of beer and sausages

Oktoberfest commemorates more than consumption of beer and sausages

Bust out your lederhosen because it’s time of year for all the pretzels, beer and oompah music you can stomach, it’s Oktoberfest. Across Southern California, Germans and fans of the celebration enjoy festivities in the spirit of the traditional Bavarian holiday, renowned for its copious consumption of beer. Dating back to 1810, the history behind […]

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Discussions of horror, Netflix and The New 52 Future’s End take root on this week’s Geek Clash

This week on Geek Clash, the trio touches on the climate of horror “things.” Lita dives into her comic book recommendations with The New 52’s, “Future’s End” arc. While Trevor talks about his lack of a Netflix account and the groups feelings on “Alien: isolation.” Geek Clash is available every Wednesday on the Sundial’s website. […]

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Downtown LA bar has 1Up on competition

Downtown LA bar has 1Up on competition

With Downtown Los Angeles becoming a hotspot for nightlife in recent years, it can be difficult for a new bar to stand out from the crowd. At EightyTwo in the Arts District, the answer is as simple as video games. Now these aren’t video games you’d find at your local Dave & Buster’s, but instead, […]

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