The Sundial

Students turn to coupon craze to save money

Students turn to coupon craze to save money

Angela Braza

February 9, 2012

Imagine walking up to the counter to pay for a $12 meal, handing the cashier a piece of paper and walking out paying only a fraction of that price. Now imagine doing that every time you had to pay for something, think of how much more money would be sitting in your bank account that could pay for school, ...

Who’s picking CSUN’s president?

Angela Braza

December 12, 2011

With President Jolene Koester retiring at the end of the semester, the Northridge Presidential Search Committee has been working hard to find her replacement. The search committee consists of the Advisory Committee to the Trustees Committee for the Selection of the President and the Trustees Committee...

Healthcare coverage important for all CSUN students

Angela Braza

December 8, 2011

Many college students risk not having any type of health coverage because they believe they are young, in good health and relatively safe from illness and injury. This is the mindset Carlos Maciel had during his time at Ventura Community College. What Maciel did not realize was that being young did...

Aggression and human evolution discussed at campus lecture

Angela Braza

December 1, 2011

The historical perspective of aggression and evolutionary theory was discussed during the first lecture in a series of evolution-themed talks hosted by CSUN’s Interdisciplinary Evolutionary Studies Network, held in the Whitsett Room Nov. 30. During the presentation, “It’s Not All Sex and Violence:...

Celebrate International Education Week

Angela Braza

November 9, 2011

Students are encouraged to take part in International Education Week, a week-long event hosted by the International and Exchange Student Center (IESC) celebrating the culture and history of CSUN’s many international students. “It’s a time for us to allow international students to represent ...

CSUN students celebrate Halloween diversity

CSUN students celebrate Halloween diversity

Angela Braza

October 30, 2011

While some students plan to spend Halloween night partying in their costumes, passing out candy to trick-or-treaters or going door-to-door themselves, Ana Sanchez will be offering food and treats to the dead. What might seem like a morbid Halloween activity is actually a joyous and celebratory Mexican tradition, she said. “It’s a time...

Campus Sustainability Day educates students and faculty about issues for sustainable future

Campus Sustainability Day educates students and faculty about issues for sustainable future

Angela Braza

October 27, 2011

CSUN students talked trash Wednesday during the ninth annual Campus Sustainability Day, a nationwide program sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Hosted by CSUN’s Institute for Sustainability, the event allowed students, faculty and community members to talk about solutions for a sustainable ...

Art and post-war L.A. come together in exhibition

Angela Braza

October 20, 2011

An exhibition detailing the artistic growth and development of events shaping African-American identity in Los Angeles will be held at the CSUN Art Galleries from Oct. 23 to Dec. 10. The “Identity and Affirmation: Post War African-American Photography” exhibition will feature about 125 images...

Student-run music entertainment group seeks to represent local talent

Student-run music entertainment group seeks to represent local talent

Angela Braza

October 20, 2011

Los Angeles is home to a number of struggling artists dreaming to make it big in the ever-changing world of professional music. Under the guidance and service of Five of Five Music Entertainment, this dream could very well turn into a reality. For the past few weeks, Five of Five Music Ente...

Gov. Brown signs historic transgender bills

Angela Braza

October 19, 2011

Members of the LGBT community have gained considerable ground with the recent passing of two bills aimed to help transgender Californians. The Gender Nondiscrimination Act and the Vital Statistics Modernization Act were signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Oct. 9 after a months-long campaign to recognize...

Worth of unpaid internships challenged in court

Angela Braza

October 12, 2011

Unpaid internships are common in the job market, but a recent lawsuit targeting unpaid labor has some college students questioning the worth of these job opportunities. Because many students are already burdened with rising tuition costs and other educational expenses, the appeal of unpaid internships...

CSUN to participate in 27th Annual AIDS Walk

Angela Braza

October 12, 2011

CSUN will join the fight to find a cure for AIDS Sunday by participating at the 27th Annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles. Over 200 students have signed up to join CSUN’s team for the 6.2 mile walk. Team CSUN is led and sponsored by the Unified We Serve Volunteer Program. “By participating in this...

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