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Students give tips on how to stay safe during Halloween

Halloween season arrives at CSUN as students give tips such as having a flashlight, carrying pepper spray, and staying with a group of people when venturing out into the halloween festivities. Produced by: Delmy Moran, Contributor

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Keep calm and graduate on time

Keep calm and graduate on time

Like many college students, my four-year plan has not quite been four years. However, graduating only a semester late, I’m still one of the lucky ones. The six-year plan is the new four-year plan. So if you want to graduate “on time” here are some ideas to look into. A common problem is students either […]

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CSUN student helps educate others on Armenian culture

CSUN student helps educate others on Armenian culture

Khodanian, 21, a history major with a minor in Armenian Studies, often heard his grandparents telling him stories. These were stories about their childhood, their parents and about their people.These were stories about deportation, starvation, rape and death. Stories about people being forced out of their homes, about an entire population being marched through the […]

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Student voices: best and worst of growing up with Halloween

Student voices: best and worst of growing up with Halloween

  Growing up means a change in the Halloween spirit. Things are never quite the same but college students find new ways to celebrate the holiday that are age appropriate. “Now only a few houses give out candy since most of us are grown up. Although it’s bittersweet I still find fun things to do […]

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Men’s Soccer: CSUN thumps No.3 Irvine in 3-0 win

Men’s Soccer: CSUN thumps No.3 Irvine in 3-0 win

After a disappointing shutout loss to Cal State Fullerton, sophomore defender Patrick Hickman opened up the scoring before senior forward Sagi Lev-Ari scored a brace to give the Matadors (6-8-2, 2-4-1 Big West) a 3-0 win against the No. 3 UC Irvine Anteaters (11-3-2, 3-3-1 Big West) at Anteater Stadium. Hickman scored the game’s first goal from […]

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Two arrested in investigation of Abdullah Alkadi’s disappearance

Two arrested in investigation of Abdullah Alkadi’s disappearance

Friends remember CSUN student as 'a man with a child’s heart'

[Updated: 10:20 p.m. Oct. 19] Two arrests have been made by Los Angeles Police Department robbery and homicide detectives investigating the disappearance of California State University, Northridge, student Abdullah Alkadi. Details of the arrests are expected to be released Monday afternoon during a press conference with LAPD Chief Charlie Beck. Meanwhile, friends continued to arrive […]

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Surfing frees the artistic soul of CSUN student

Surfing frees the artistic soul of CSUN student

  People say that if you love what you do, you will never work a day in your life. This seems to be Cal State Northridge fine arts student Michelle Jacobson’s mantra. She has found the secret to using her creative outlets as a means of inspiration for school and work. The 22-year-old has been […]

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Are you prepared for a major earthquake? Take our Great California ShakeOut Drill quiz!

Are you prepared for a major earthquake? Take our Great California ShakeOut Drill quiz!

There are two things that Californians can expect during their residency: traffic and earthquakes. One is inevitable every morning and evening, and the other, unfortunately, isn’t. Over 25 million people are expected to participate in this Thursday’s Great California ShakeOut Drill. Are you prepared for an unexpected disaster? Take our two earthquake preparedness quizzes below […]

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Children’s Center lends a hand to student-parents

Children’s Center lends a hand to student-parents

When senior and public health major Amanda Pritchard was expecting her first child, she carried with her the seemingly impossible responsibility of passing her classes, while making sure her son received proper care when she was away. Although Pritchard will have to take some time off from school, she is put at ease by the […]

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Sundial Editor Jonathan Diaz discusses parking problems

Sundial Editor Jonathan Diaz discusses parking problems

Demonstrations continue in Hong Kong, and health officials in Dallas plan for the possibility of more ebola cases. Matador News reporter Angela Hoffman talks to Daily Sundial contributing editor Jonathan Diaz about the parking problem here at CSUN, and reporter Jareena Silva gets reaction to Adam Sandler’s movie deal with Netflix from CTVA Professor Nate […]

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New club at CSUN for aspiring nurses

New club at CSUN for aspiring nurses

  The National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) is dedicated to helping nursing students in their professional, academic and personal endeavors. They provide students with leadership opportunities, networking experiences and enrichment through community service.  NSNA is a nationally recognized club on college campuses across the country and CSUN students recently founded the first NSNA club on […]

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Places to unwind on campus

Places to unwind on campus

For a busy student, it might seem as though there is no time or place for relaxation. But before you give up all hope of mitigating all that stress, consider the following places around campus that students and faculty recommend for de-stressing. The Living Well Lounge located at the University Student Union offers a variety […]

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