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

Follow these tips to be sure your turkey makes it to the table safely. (Steve Mellon/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/TNS)

Weekly Events: Thanksgiving

Anthony Walton November 24, 2015

Tuesday 24th Music Hack the Planet 6.0 An electronica concert featuring Paladin Shield, Casio DadChikochikorita, Orange County’s Sugar Mittens, and more. With music that will bring nostalgia...

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Weekly Events: Pre-gaming for Thanksgiving

Anthony Walton November 18, 2015

The time has come, its pre-Thanksgiving week and finals are around the corner. Christmas music is playing and people are camping out for black friday already. Skipping class is becoming ever more tempting...

A school bus swerved onto the curb after it attempted to avoid a two-car collision. (Vincent Nguyen / The Sundial)

School bus swerved onto curb, breaks light post near VPAC

Anthony Walton November 17, 2015

A school bus swerved onto the curb on the corner of the Valley Performing Arts Center, tearing down a light post as it was heading eastbound on Nordhoff Street approaching Lindley Avenue. LAPD and California...

Students rush around the campus during the first week of school to attend classes, buy books and visit the Student Recreation Center. CSUN does not usually enroll a large number of students in the spring semester compared to the fall, which had the largest number of freshman in the campus history. (File Photo / Loren Townsley / The Sundial)

Weekly Events: Campus activities, concerts, art shows galore

Anthony Walton November 11, 2015

Only what felt like a few weeks ago, we were complaining about how hot and disgusting it was, blissfully browsing instagram through class and wondering what was going on in the world. Now, finals are approaching...

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Weekly Events: Smells like turkey

Anthony Walton November 4, 2015

November can't be upon us already can it? School just stared like last week didn't it? The semester is already more than half way over and midterms are fiercely charging toward us. In the face of this,...

Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is a annual celebration of the dead originating from Mexico. Hosted at a Cemetery in Hollywood, the cemetery is covered in art exhibitions, dance rituals, musical performances and much more. This is spooky in the sense that it takes place at a cemetery, really its scary how much fun itll be!
Photo: Michael Juliano

Weekly Events: Why are there Christmas sales already?

Anthony Walton October 21, 2015

October is almost over. How does time fly so quickly when class is in session? For better or worse this means that the spookiness of the month is intensifying. However, Thanksgiving, eggnog and presents...

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Weekly Events: Autumn, school are in full-swing, find spare time for leisure

Anthony Walton October 14, 2015

October is finally here, with a break from the heat finally at hand. With the semester passing quick nothing is harder than getting down your class routine while finding time to make your self free for...

A new maze at Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights inspired by Guillermo del Toros film Crimson Peak. (Photo by David Sprague / Universal Studio)

Weekly Events: Spooky activities to warm up for Halloween

Anthony Walton October 7, 2015

The crisp, hot California air is filling our lungs as we give a hearty, sweaty hello to October! We're starting to see trees turn into their autumnal red and gold colors, and with a new season comes a...

Cartoon of male holding a phone that reads  App of the Day

App of the day: Study Blue

Anthony Walton October 7, 2015

No one has ever gotten through college without having to study. We all have our different means, but one common way is through the use of flashcards. Flash cards are a time-tested study device that...

Cartoon of a male holding a phone that reads App of the Day

App of the Day: Evernote

Anthony Walton October 6, 2015

For every college student in existence, note taking is the backbone of any good college career. Lugging around several notebooks, furiously writing what the professors are saying and putting up on their...

Students walking to their dorms at CSUN. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial

Dorm Life: Feeling at home

Anthony Walton September 29, 2015

Fall is here, college has started and you're finally living on your own, away from your parents.There's nothing quite like moving out for the first time, meeting your roommate, getting accustomed to your...

Alisa Katz seems amazed with artist Michael Heizers, Levitated Mass, which opened to the public at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on June 24, 2012, in Los Angeles, California. (Genaro Molina/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

Weekly Events: Jeph Loeb, CSUN Symphony and more

Anthony Walton September 21, 2015

Thursday 24th Campus Event The Lady From Shanghai As per usual, CSUN is hosting a movie night every single wednesday to look back at the astounding career of actor Orson Welles. Thursday they'll be...

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