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...

A CSUN women’s rugby club member talks about the team to “Welcome Party” visitors.
AS kicks off the semester with Welcome Celebration
Pamela Garcia, Assistant Culture Editor • September 7, 2023

Associated Students held its annual Welcome Celebration and Sports-A-Palooza at Sierra Lawn on Aug. 29...

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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

Greenpeace spreads the love, even for polluting politicians


I’ve always dreamed about being with a dirty politician, haven’t you?

Just thinking about hooking up with one, especially a politician that loves to pollute, just gets my feathers ruffled and gets me all hot and bothered. NOT, and Greenpeace shares my sentiment.

Just in time for this week’s love fest, known as Valentine’s day, Greenpeace created a spoof dating site for those government officials who have lovely records and like to cozy up to corporate polluters.

The site is called Polluterharmony, it names and shames the not-so-green efforts of America’s elected officials. It also highlights the understanding that big polluting companies pay off our politicians in office to push their un-earth-friendly laws and dirty agendas.

The site takes the joke and information on anti-green efforts of politicians even a little bit further with hilarious profiles of politicians that are seeking love, successful matches made in pollution heaven and twitter contest.

The contest asks those who visit the site to hashtag (#polluterharmony) on twitter. All you have to do is play matchmaker and tweet your matches to create the ultimate pollution political couple. The winner get an undisclosed prize, that is only described as “a polluterharmony surprise.”

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