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CSUN president welcomes students and faculty in convocation address

CSUN president welcomes students and faculty in convocation address

C. Megan Diskin

August 23, 2013

CSUN President Dianne Harrison welcomes back students and faculty in her second convocation address and focuses on several main goals for the 2013-2014 academic year. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-rS3a1sAU4

Q & A with the makers of ‘Monsters University’

C. Megan Diskin

May 9, 2013

The Daily Sundial participated in a press conference call with the creators of Disney’s “Monsters University.” The movie is a prequel to the 2001 blockbuster Monsters Inc., director Dan Scanlon and producer Kori Rae gave insight to the challenges they faced while creating the film. One of those...

Keaton Simmons’ sophmore album is too sappy

C. Megan Diskin

April 25, 2013

Keaton Simons’ sophomore album “Beautiful Pain” is riddled with cliché love songs and sprinkled with cheese. Where is the raw and bluesy guy from the first album? This album is ripe full of second-rate pop songs. My apologies go out to Jason Mraz who co-wrote some of the songs along with Simons....

Mayoral race heats up at USC debate

C. Megan Diskin

April 24, 2013

The third televised debate of the Los Angeles mayoral run-off race became heated when Eric Garcetti called out Wendy Greuel on her relationship with the Department of Water and Power union that invested $3 million into her campaign. University of Southern California’s Sol Price School of Public Po...

Anthropology student finds excitement in the mundane

Anthropology student finds excitement in the mundane

C. Megan Diskin

April 15, 2013

As a 38-year-old graduate student watches volunteers go through archeological materials from the Leonis Adobe site in Calabasas, she becomes excited with mundane objects like a nail, a marble and broken pieces of ceramic. Ann Stansell, a second-year anthropology graduate student, works in CSUN...

The Northridge Farmers’ Market’s opening event

C. Megan Diskin

March 21, 2013

Northridge Fashion Center kicked off the 2013 Spring season of the Farmer’s Market and Family Festival with entertainment, food and rides Wednesday evening. Northridge Fashion Center’s seasonal Farmers’ Market and Family Festival brought out community members for an evening of family fun. Magicians,...

LAPD pulls over car near B5 parking structure

C. Megan Diskin

March 11, 2013

LAPD officers noticed the license plate of a car with a felony warrant on Roscoe Boulevard and Lindley Avenue. Officers followed the car into the B5 parking structure where they talked to the driver of the car. LAPD officer Mitch Riggs said the driver of the car was not the person they were looking...

CSUN student stands up to cancer

Liora Paniz, 26, is a second BA student majoring in religious studies and also a professional ballroom dancer. Courtesy of Liora Paniz

C. Megan Diskin

October 16, 2011

It’s no secret that bad things happen to good people. Some ask ‘why’ they were a target for life’s misgivings and others find solace in the belief that everything happens for a reason. When Liora Paniz was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s disease, a type of cancer that affects the lymph nodes, she chose the latter. Paniz, 26, is studying for her second BA in...

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