The Sundial

Letter to the Editor: We Need to Acknowledge and Address Our Biases, Not Ignore Them

Letter to the Editor: We Need to Acknowledge and Address Our Biases, Not Ignore Them

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April 19, 2018

RE: Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast Graduation rates and course grades for underserved student populations (Black, Latinx, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders, and American Indian students) in STEM majors (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) at CSUN are considerably lower than for better-...

Our World Now: Islands in Peril

Our World Now: Islands in Peril

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April 19, 2018

Political Cartoon by Hannah Goldblatt, a Language Arts major and senior.This art was originally created for Professor Edie Pistolesi's ART 380, Children's Art and Lab....

Letter to the Editor: From an Older, Elder Advocate.

Letter to the Editor: From an Older, Elder Advocate.

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April 17, 2018

Dear Editor, Every day on the local and national news, we hear stories about sexual assaults, domestic violence, child abuse, harassment, police abuse, discrimination, school shootings, and a host of other issues that affect our lives and the lives of others. These subjects are discussed at length...

Does your car need a tune-up right away?

Does your car need a tune-up right away?

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April 11, 2018

If your car is making a weird noise don’t be alarmed, it’s probably just because your music is off. There are multiple signs to tell you when it’s time to get your annual checkup or any other issues with your vehicle. If your car is creating a noise such as a grinding or squealing, you should...

Our World Now: This just in…

Our World Now: This just in…

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April 10, 2018

Political Cartoon by Alexis Jansen, a Science major and senior. The head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Scott Pruitt, recently expressed his doubts, in contradiction to the EPA's own findings, as to whether global warming poses a threat to humanity. He commented that it's "fairly arrogant for us to think t...

Photos: Baseball defeats Pepperdine 10-4

Photos: Baseball defeats Pepperdine 10-4

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April 6, 2018

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Our World Now: Emma Gonzalez Demands Gun Control

Our World Now: Emma Gonzalez Demands Gun Control

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April 4, 2018

Political Cartoon by Jocelyn Velazquez, a child development major and junior.This art was originally created for Professor Edie Pistolesi's ART 380, Children's Art and Lab....

Our World Now: The Cold Hard Facts

Our World Now: The Cold Hard Facts

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April 2, 2018

Political Cartoon by Quincy Moore, an art major and junior.This art was originally created for Professor Edie Pistolesi's ART 380, Children's Art and Lab....

CSUN graduate student shows he belongs

CSUN graduate student shows he belongs

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March 30, 2018

Story by El Camino Real Charter High School student Jack Dorfman. Winner of the JEA High School Write Off competition.Baseball is not the flashiest of sports. Unlike basketball and football, there is no clock, and not uncommonly, teams go entire games and even entire series without scoring.That's exactly ...

Letter to the Editor: Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast

Letter to the Editor: Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast

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March 29, 2018

RE: Traditionally underserved communities graduate from CSUN STEM programs at 23 percent – lowest in CSU system In a recent Sundial article addressing the high achievement gap in STEM disciplines at CSUN, Kristy Michaud stated that this was because of “racism and bias” by STEM faculty and that accep...

Our World Now: Flames of the Cold War Reignited

Our World Now: Flames of the Cold War Reignited

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March 28, 2018

Political Cartoon by Quincy Moore, an Art major and junior. Based off President Trump's State of the Union Address, in which he stated that "[Around] the world, we face rogue regimes, terrorist groups, and rivals like China and Russia that challenge our interests, our economy and our values. In confronti...

Our World Now: Whispers

Our World Now: Whispers

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March 27, 2018

Political Cartoon by Trenton Calabia, a Creative Writing major and junior.Several young people have been responsible for or implicated in planning shootings. What whispers influence the minds of potential killers?This art was originally created for Professor Edie Pistolesi's ART 380, Children's Art and Lab....

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