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CSUN sounds (playlist)

Every week The Sundial curates a list of songs that captures the scene of our campus. These lists are designed to feature the hidden gems that make up our current music culture.
in memory

CSUN community remembers deceased student

A memorial event was held in the Grand Salon Monday night to remember the life of former CSUN student Quinten Thomas.
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Lactation Accommodations advocates for more lactation spaces

The Institute for Community Health and Wellbeing fights against the shaming of public breastfeeding and hopes to open more lactation spaces.
red and white sign

SRC enforces clothing guidelines with new visual aids

The Student Recreation Center implements visual aid posters to encourage employees and members to follow the dress code.
students lay in hammocks

Hammocks and booths span Bayramian Lawn at this year’s Earth Fair

CSUN's Institute for Sustainability Project coordinator Misha Kouzeh encouraged students to appreciate our planet and provided them with an abundance of information on how...
vintage black and white photo of 1959 Sundial Staff happily posing

Preserving papers: Student newsrooms at risk

Student newsrooms are vital establishments for future journalists and for their university community, and provide the opportunity for students to present their thoughts, facts and opinions.
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Game over for Theus and Martin

A recap of the five years that Head coach Reggie Theus and Athletic director Brandom Martin dedicated to CSUN
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Are You Woke: The State of Black Consciousness

No, it isn't just a term sang beautifully by Childish Gambino. Use self-consciousness to combat prejudices and make positive changes in society, all year long.
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