The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

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The Girls Who Code club met together in Sierra Hall, on Friday, Sept. 15, in Northridge, Calif. Club members played around with a program to create a virtual game.
The CSUN club that’s encouraging women in STEM
Miya Hantman, Reporter • September 18, 2023

CSUN’s Girls Who Code club is just one of many across many campuses and countries, including 110 in...

Students form a crowd for DJ Mal-Ski on Friday, Sept. 8, 2023 in Northridge, Calif.
Matador Nights carnival makes a splash at the USU
Ryan Romero, Sports Editor • September 21, 2023

The University Student Union hosted “Matador Nights” on Sept. 8 from 7 p.m. to midnight. The...

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Women’s Soccer has Closed the Competitive Gap
Luis Silva, Reporter • September 19, 2023

There is no longer a significant competitive gap in the sport of women’s soccer. There is a brighter...

The line for concert merchandise on the second night of The Eras Tour in Paradise, Nev., on Saturday, March 25, 2023.
My experience at The Eras Tour
Miley Alfaro, Sports Reporter • September 18, 2023

It’s been a long time coming. I began watching The Eras Tour, Taylor Swift’s ongoing concert trek,...

Within the Oaxacan town of Asuncion Nochixtlan, we find my mother’s birthplace, Buena Vista. Photo taken July 29, 2023.
I Love Being Mexican
September 12, 2023
A student holds up a sign during a rally outside of the CSU Board of Trustees meeting in Long Beach, Calif., on Sept. 12, 2023.
CSU board approves tuition increase amid protests
Trisha Anas, Editor in Chief • September 15, 2023

The California State Board of Trustees on Wednesday approved a 6% tuition increase for the next five...

group of mena and women touching hands
Miracles In Action Restores Patients’ Lives and Actualizes their Potential

Friday news wrap-up

During a night performance at Shamu Stadium, trainers direct killer whales on March 20, 2014 at SeaWorld San Diego. (Don Bartletti/Los Angeles Times/TNS/MCT)


A female motorist, suspected of driving under the influence, has been arrested in South Los Angeles on Wednesday. The suspect, driving a red Honda Accord, was taken into custody at the intersection of Imperial and Willowbrook around 11 p.m. after a 30-minute chase. According to the article, LAPD officers used a spike strip to stop the vehicle close to the intersection of Imperial and Compton. The driver lost control of her car and hit a curb, giving officers a chance to apprehend the woman.

(Credit to KTLA)


The state of California has banned the imprisonment of orcas and captivity programs, such as the one previously run by SeaWorld, after Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Tuesday. The bill prevents California attractions from featuring orcas for entertainment, and starting in June 2017, these mammals in captivity can only be used for “educational presentations.” The new law, presented by Assemblyman Richard Bloom (D-Santa Monica) says that research and rehabilitation centers can still hold orcas for scientific and educational purposes.

(Credit to LA Times)


The United States presidential election remains contentious, as Republican nominee Donald Trump caught up to Hillary Clinton in a national poll published Thursday. Clinton, the Democratic nominee, holds a two-point lead over Trump (46%-44%). Trump also leads with men (50%-39%) and white voters (51%-40%), while his opponent leads with women (52%-39%).

(Credit to USA Today)


New York Knicks guard Derrick Rose claims he did not understand the meaning of consent after he and his two friends were named in a civil lawsuit against plaintiff Jane Doe. Rose and his two friends are accused of rape by Doe. Waukeen McCoy and Brandon Anand, Rose’s attorneys, made the claim in a 90-minute teleconference. Doe has asked for anonymity throughout the trial, which will begin on Oct. 4.

(Credit to USA Today)

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