Opinions

Opinions

As with any other showdown, this one was just as inevitable. The frustration, the determination persisted as it began. It was brought to my...

Dear reader, Beginning in the upcoming weeks, a handful of op-ed series will begin. They will all discuss several issues that CSUN students have shared...

That feeling of summer as that free, revitalizing time of the year where the temperature slowly rises and all things are possible has reached...

The implementation of the new tobacco ban on campus is a policy that is long overdue. To start, the Sundial editorial staff supports this...

I know, I’m back, but I promise this is it for a while. I’ve just been sitting on the bare floor of my aunt’s...

Well, this is it—my last column for a while. Of course, right when I am getting comfortable with constantly sharing my inner thoughts and...

Human lives matter more than geopolitics. That is why the whole world should take action when thousands of refugees drown at the doorstep of...

“I made it!”After all the term papers, scantron finals and group presentations, I am finally getting my bachelor's degree. Even though I was the...

When I first started school at CSUN, I was 17 years old, hellbent on being a rock star and could barely grow a mustache....

And by her—I mean Hilary Clinton. Let’s face it, she is the most normal candidate, everyone knows her, and more importantly, the democratic bloc...

We live in a society that perpetuates social inequalities. Whether it's intentional or not, the system fails those who do not have "white privilege."...

Given the now periodic headlines that instill disgust and anger, ignoring the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is not an option. The recent...