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Women’s Soccer: Matadors take Big West championship, advance to NCAA tournament

Women’s Soccer: Matadors take Big West championship, advance to NCAA tournament

Casey Delich

November 5, 2012

Every victory the Matadors earn from now until the end of the season comes with the distinction of being a first, and Sunday afternoon in Irvine, the Matadors added another first to that list with a golden goal that dropped Cal State Fullerton in overtime. With this victory, Northridge earned i...

‘The Walking Dead’ recap (11/5) spoiler alert

Casey Delich

November 5, 2012

      In this week’s episode of The Walking Dead, we get back to the nitty-gritty with some zombie killing and learning about what’s been going on with Rick’s group and Woodbury.             The prisoner’s that Rick gave an extra cell block to want to renegotiate the terms of th...

CSUN community celebrates Day of the Dead

CSUN community celebrates Day of the Dead

Casey Delich

November 3, 2012

  Community members and CSUN students came together for a chance to celebrate and learn about Dia de los Muertos Friday night. Put on by CSUN students involved with M.E.Ch.A (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan), everyone was invited to partake in and learn about the celebration of D...

Women’s soccer advanced to Big West Final

Women’s soccer advanced to Big West Final

Casey Delich

November 2, 2012

IRVINE- CSUN women’s soccer team got one step closer to their preseason goal Thursday night, earning the program’s first postseason win in a 1-0 shutout against the Cal Poly Mustangs.Needing a win to advance to the championship game, head coach Keith West’s “don’t lose” game plan was simple ...

Women’s Soccer: CSUN blanks Cal Poly for first-ever playoff victory

Women’s Soccer: CSUN blanks Cal Poly for first-ever playoff victory

Casey Delich

November 1, 2012

IRVINE- CSUN women’s soccer team got one step closer to its preseason goal Thursday night, earning the program's first postseason win in a 1-0 shutout against the Cal Poly Mustangs.Needing a win to advance to the championship game, head coach Keith West’s “don’t lose” game plan was simple ...

Wreck-It Ralph, another instant Disney classic

Casey Delich

October 31, 2012

Each year when Disney produces a new animation feature, audiences are geared up and expecting magic and “Wreck-It Ralph” does not disappoint. “Wreck-It Ralph,” while giving the audience a life lesson that many can use, is also a comedic adventure that will have everyone oohing and awing even...

‘Of Mice and Men’ isn’t for everyone

Casey Delich

October 29, 2012

Following the original screenplay that John Steinbeck dreamt of when he wrote “Of Mice and Men,” the Acting Company produced a special one night engagement at CSUN. Having never read the book, seen the movie, or watched the play before, I came in with a clean slate about what would happen. An age ...

Walking Dead Recap (10/28) Spoiler Alert

Casey Delich

October 29, 2012

Last night’s “The Walking Dead” finds Andrea and Michonne stumbling upon a crashed helicopter, and discovering new survivors. We also get the return of Merle, who has somehow found his way to the town of Woodbury.  Character development is the center of this episode, bringing in new faces and ...

Interview with the director of the Acting Company’s ‘Of Mice and Men’

Casey Delich

October 27, 2012

The Daily Sundial had a chance to interview director Ian Belknap, director of The Acting Company's upcoming performace of "Of Mice and Men." A tale of gritty reality based in the 1930’s, but that stil carries a message that transcends all generations. “Of Mice and Men” will have a one night...

Halloween events for adults around Los Angeles

Casey Delich

October 24, 2012

Halloween as an adult is a far cry from when we were children.  Candy and trick or treating has been replaced with screams in haunted houses, alcohol at parties, and those wholesome outfits with some that even the most of us would never imagine being worn. What to do for the Halloween season is a...

‘Paranormal Activity 4’ disappoints horror fans

Casey Delich

October 24, 2012

Another October means more scary movies, people preparing for Halloween, and another Paranormal Activity.  Coming out as fast as they can produce them, much like the Saw series, there are no new surprises in filming technique or presentation.  The lack of originality is what ultimately dooms the movie. "Paranormal...

Female music executives advise CSUN students on how to succeed

Casey Delich

October 24, 2012

Female music executives and recording artists advised students on entering the music industry at CSUN Tuesday during the “Women in Music” event. “Women in Music” was held in collaboration between Grammy U and the CSUN-based Music and Entertainment Industry Student Association, or MEISA. The...

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