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Losing virginity changed course of life

Anna Osipova

October 20, 2010

Michael D’Amico, 22, just closed escrow on a condo in Simi Valley at the beginning of the year. It’s not a big apartment, but with some work, it’ll be home. In the bedroom, D’Amico is proud of the light he bought for the bedside table. It’s geometric and the colors suit the room, but t...

OneRepublic and Maroon 5 perform at the Greek Theater

Anna Osipova

October 10, 2010

Following Los Angeles' general laidback tradition, people trickled in slowly to the Greek Theater on Friday, Oct. 8. Ry Cuming, the opening act for the night, was on stage long before the audience filled even half the amphitheater, providing a soundtrack for several tailgaters in the parking lots. OneRepublic...

Performing Arts Lineup

Anna Osipova

May 10, 2010

Valley Performing Arts Center Fall Line-Up on Dipity....

Looking back and looking forward

Anna Osipova

May 9, 2010

With the new performing arts center opening in the fall, and the lineup underway the Sundial look back at the performances of last semester and what’s to come for next semester. On February 2, Dance Theatre of Harlem, founded by Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook in 1969 as the first black classical ballet company, came to CSUN as part of their natio...

Water: Our Thirsty World Exhibit

Anna Osipova

April 22, 2010

The Annenberg Space for Photography partnered with National Geographic to put together an exhibit for Earth Day. A number of photographers explored different aspects of the worldwide water crisis. The exhibit has photographs displayed as well as a video component. The exhibit will run through Ju...

Photography exhibit brings awareness to water crisis

Anna Osipova

April 21, 2010

The Annenberg Space for Photography has partnered with National Geographic to present an exhibit it hopes will bring awareness to the significance, and the lack, of fresh water. The exhibit was timed to coincide with National Geographic's April issue dedicated to addressing the world's current...

Securing the future

Anna Osipova

April 20, 2010

At 6 feet and 5 inches, Jeffrey Zisner doesn't exactly blend in. In fact, he's ridiculously easy to spot in a room. And yet, Zisner often finds himself blending (or at the very least, trying to blend) into the background. Zisner, 23, is the owner of Aegis Consultants, a company he started in early...

Q&A with director

Anna Osipova

March 29, 2010

Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo is the up-and-coming director of After.Life, her first feature film opening on April 9. In her first year at school, her award winning short film, "Paté," premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. She graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts in 2002 and, after being unsatisfied with ...

Project Ethos

Anna Osipova

March 23, 2010

‘After.Life’ takes a unique approach to death

Anna Osipova

March 22, 2010

3.5 stars out of 5 After.Life, in theaters April 9, tackles the question of death with a unique approach. It is a movie about an elementary school teacher, Anna Taylor (Christina Ricci) who wakes up in the prep room of a funeral home. The funeral director, Eliot Deacon (Liam Neeson), tells her that she died in a car cra...

‘Sons of Tucson’ is ‘Malcolm’ take two

Anna Osipova

March 17, 2010

Star Rating: 3 out of 5 Starring Tyler Labine, of "Reaper" fame, the predictable funny show offers a far-fetched story where three orphaned kids make their way to Tucson, where their father happens to have a fully-stocked, all-expenses-paid house that they move in to. Their mother is out of the pic...

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