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Carnaval to feature ethnic dances from different cultures at the USU

The University Student Union (USU) will host Carnaval on April 17, which is a celebration of diversity featuring music, food and dance from every continent of the world. The days festivities will start at 12:15pm with Kealoha, the first poet Laureate of Hawaii and an internationally acclaimed storyteller. Known for being the first poet to […]

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Students ‘Meet the Dogs’ at CSUN police department K-9 event

Students ‘Meet the Dogs’ at CSUN police department K-9 event

The CSUN Police Department, along with other local law enforcement agencies, hosted “Meet the Dogs,” a fundraising benefit for the police department’s K-9 unit Wednesday at Bayramian Lawn. Captain Alfredo Fernandez, head of the CSUN PD K-9 Unit, said the event serves as a way to introduce the police dogs to the local community. “This […]

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Native American contemporary artist debuts latest piece at CSUN

Native American contemporary artist debuts latest piece at CSUN

American Indian contemporary artist, James Luna, premiered a new art presentation, including a video piece entitled “Family Matters,” to CSUN students. Kimberly Robertson, assistant professor in American Indian studies, introduced Luna as one of the leading figures in American Indian contemporary art. The presentation entitled, “images, dialogues, and emotions,” depicts various performance, multimedia and installation […]

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Alumni discuss careers and future of the healthcare industry at panel

Alumni discuss careers and future of the healthcare industry at panel

CSUN alumni from the healthcare industry spoke to students about the path toward their careers, their experiences and gave advice in a discussion titled Inside the Health Industry Panel at the University Student Union (USU) Grand Salon on Wednesday evening. The panelists for Inside the Health Industry came from various employers, including Kaiser Permanente and […]

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Sustainability workshop stresses water conservation and solar energy use

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 Institute for Sustainability. The workshop, called Sustainability in the Home: Tips on Going Solar, was held in the basement of the Oviatt Library. The first part of the workshop was […]

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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 6 p.m. April 13, 2014- Motor Vehicle Burglary The investigation continues for an unknown suspect who broke into a car secured within the G3 parking structure to steal a parking […]

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Heartbleed Bug poses no threat to student or faculty email accounts

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 information is safe. The Heartbleed Bug is otherwise known as CVE-2014-0160. It is named after the OpenSSL extension in which Google Security researcher Neel Mehta and Codenomicon, a Finnish-based security-testing […]

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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 websites affected, along with other tips to avoid being exposed to this security flaw. ClassifiedAds.com Downloads.com Dropbox Etsy Facebook Google Indiegogo Kaspersky Motley Fool OkCupid Soundcloud Steam UCLA US Senate […]

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‘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 Monsoon Bissell and Benaifer Bhadha, storytelling can enrich a conversation and be used as a tool for discovering shared experiences. Inside the Jerome Richfield Hall Monday afternoon, Bissell and Bhadha recounted personal stories about their childhoods in their unscripted performance […]

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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 difficult to find a career within the field. The CSUN Alumni Association and Career Center are hosting Inside the Health Industry Panel on Wednesday where alumni will discuss current trends, topics and career pathways. the four panelists work for Kaiser […]

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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 Sundial papers being printed. “This is not a threat to decrease the Sundial’s influence, it is to promote sustainability,” said Andrew Chung, member of the Sustainability Committee. The Sundial has multiple newspaper boxes on campus including one in front of […]

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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 of a diverse student body. On Monday, they celebrated their 45th anniversary with a variety of speakers and presenters, which included professors, counselors, and community organizers. The event took place from 9:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. in the Thousand Oaks […]

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