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Students Don’t Need Craigslist

Students Don't Need Craigslist

Allessandra Lopez

January 23, 2015

We all watch movies like The Craigslist Killer and think, nothing that surreal could ever happen to us. Except that it did. Former CSUN student, Abdullah Alkadi’s body was found on the side of the 10 Freeway in Palm Desert last year, after leaving his home to meet up with a stranger. Abdullah ...

CSUN student wins Newman Civic Fellowship Award for her community involvement

Previous Newman Civic Fellow Award winner, Travis White, 21, a graduating senior, works with Tabitha Sanchez, sophomore communications major and recent Newman Civic Fellow Award winner, with the volunteer program, Unified We Serve. Photo Credit: kristine Quilang Castro/ Contributor

Allessandra Lopez

December 1, 2014

While many CSUN students will be enjoying the holidays with the ones they love, there are those who are not as fortunate. Twenty-year-old communication studies major Tabitha Sanchez, loves to give back to those in need. Sanchez believes that helping others is her primary purpose in life. “It is p...

Hip-hop club tunes into the beat

Members of the CSUN Hip-Hop Club practice a dance routine in the Motivation Studio at the SRC. Club members cherish the relationships they form with one another and the happiness they gain from performing.

Allessandra Lopez

November 19, 2014

Photos by Alex Vejar Dancing is a source of happiness for CSUN Hip-Hop club members. They thrive from this highly personal outlet of self-expression through dance. This was one of the first dance clubs to be established on campus in 2001 and it has attracted many students who were interested in ...

Students For Life club brings insight to pro-life

Illustration by Kristine Delicana/Illustrations Editor

Allessandra Lopez

November 17, 2014

Life is a sacred concept. One minute you are here and the next you are gone. Yet there are those who do not get to live life past the womb. More often than not those who are not ready for parenthood do what they think is best and get an abortion. The CSUN Students For Life Club urges students and the commu...

Songstress paints the silence with music

Having the support of her parents and being self dedicated, Chandler Juliet  has released her first EP,

Allessandra Lopez

November 5, 2014

After working as a camp counselor and singing to young girls at an arts camp in Michigan, 20-year-old business marketing major Chandler Juliet decided she wanted to make her music known to the world. “Hearing the girls sing the lyrics to my songs over the summer... and seeing how they related...

K-Pop club brings Korean culture to CSUN

K-Pop, much like American pop, is a genre of music that is most popular among teenagers and young adults. Photo Credit: Candice Criss/The Sundial

Allessandra Lopez

November 3, 2014

One of the newest clubs on campus started off with a bang. The Korean Pop Club (K-Pop) is an organization that started last semester with the hope to bring students together where they are able to socialize and learn more about the Korean culture. After getting an email from CSUN encouraging students to star...

Experts discuss ways to create a more stable, clean environment

Allessandra Lopez

October 30, 2014

When it comes to energy, most people don’t realize how costly it can be. From using water, electricity, air conditioning, refrigerators, and washer and dryers, it can be quite expensive. Legislators and proponents of clean technology met Thursday morning in the Northridge Center at the University...

15-year-old Cleveland High School student returns home safely

Jenna Grant, a 10th grader at Cleveland High School, was believed to have run away from her home near Zelzah Avenue and Prairie Street at 5:30 Wednesday morning.

Allessandra Lopez

October 23, 2014

Jenna Grant, a Cleveland high school student who went missing Wednesday morning, returned home safely early this morning, Adam Grant, her father said. The 15-year-old 10th grader had left her home some time between midnight and 5:00 a.m. from her home near Zelzah Avenue and Prairie Street, Ada...

Deaf Studies Association creates deaf awareness at CSUN

Senior deaf studies majors Jaspreet Ghotra (left), president of the Deaf Students Association, and Michelle Jones, 24, treasurer of the DSA. The DSA held a fundraiser on Tuesday, Sept. 30 at PizzaRev in Nothridge, Calif. Photo Credit: Alex Vejar/ The Sundial

Allessandra Lopez

October 23, 2014

>>>CORRECTION: The story incorrectly stated that April Kelley is half-deaf the correct term is hard of hearing. Additionally, the story also incorrectly stated that one of the events that took place in the fall to promote the association was called Autism Awarness Lecture Series. The co...

More drama at CSUN

Assistant Professor Kari Hayter is a recent hired professional director and educator at CSUN posing in front of a wardrobe case on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014 in Northridge, Calif. Photo Credit: David J. Hawkins/ The Sundial

Allessandra Lopez

October 21, 2014

Everyone needs a little drama in their life and CSUN has plenty of it- the good kind. The theatre department has hired a new faculty member in the hopes that she will bring life and fun into the the theatrical lives of the CSUN community. Assistant Professor Kari Hayter has a lot to offer the...

Shake out, don’t freak out

Geology professor Doug Yule announces to participating students to duck and cover during the practice drill at CSUN Shake Out, Thursday morning, Oct. 16. Yule and the students performed the drill for 15 seconds. Photo Credit: Araceli Castillo/Photo Editor

Allessandra Lopez

October 16, 2014

When earthquakes hit, there are people who don’t know what to do. Some run, hide, and others do nothing. At 10:16 a.m. today, 9.6 million people in California participated in the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill. The CSUN community joined in by hosting a Preparedness Fair near the Oviatt Libr...

National Coming Out Day: Letting your real colors shine through

Quilt. Photo credit Allessandra Lopez/The Sundial

Allessandra Lopez

October 9, 2014

Pride Center student worker Leonel Sanchez says this year’s celebration at Cal State Northridge of National Coming Out Day is going to be a good one. “The goal for National Coming Out Day is to get exposure to the LGBT community,” he said. “Not only that, but also to get people to see...

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