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Kinesis: Emerging Choreography

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May 1, 2012

Performances were held at Plaza del Sol Performance Hall on Monday April 23 and Tuesday April 24 2012. The event was sponsored by the department of kinesiology. Photos by: Misaki Inaba / Contributor Charlie Kaijo / Daily Sundial John Saringo-Rodriguez / Contributor Jeffrey Zide / Daily Sundial ...

Bringing families together

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April 25, 2012

John Geronilla / Contributor This photo essay documents a night at Cathedral Chapel School on April 7, 2012. Church communities from Cathedral Chapel, St. John’s, and St. Elizabeth came together to celebrate their Easter vigil in preparation for the most important holiday in the Christian calendar: Easter...

Baseball: Matadors’ HRs, defense puts away Roadrunners

Baseball: Matadors’ HRs, defense puts away Roadrunners

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April 24, 2012

The Matador bats came out swinging and hit three home runs, but defense was the unsung hero of Tuesday afternoon’s 5-2 victory over Cal State Bakersfield at Matador Field. Matador Harley Holt faced off against Scott Brattvet in what appeared to be a pitcher’s duel at the beginning. In the...

Carnaval 2012 at the USU

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April 15, 2012

Photos by: Aja Franks / Daily Sundial Khara Huberman / Conributor Kiera McKibbens / Contributor John Saringo-Rodriguez/Contributor Raquel Zeitounian / Daily Sundial ...

Baseball: Matadors drop another one to Fullerton

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March 31, 2012

By Wahid Lodin The Matadors sought to end their losing streak on Saturday at Cal State Fullerton, but came up short again in the final innings of the game with the final score being 8-6. The team’s previous encounter with Fullerton Friday night was not a pleasant one as CSUN lost 7-2. This...

Noontime Concert: Acasola

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March 25, 2012

Noontime concerts are held every Thursday from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Plaza del Sol in the University Student Union. On March 22, CSUN's acapella group, Acasola performed for the one hour concert. Photos by: Shobha Limbu / Contributor ...

International World Water Day 2012

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March 21, 2012

International World Water Day is held annually. The Institute for Sustainability invited CSUN to attend Water Day on Tuesday, March 20 at the Northridge Center. There was a film screening of "Blue Gold: World Water Wars", followed by a discussion with CSUN faculty. Synmia Nicholas / Contributor ...

CSUN alum and award-winning writer Brian Leung reading

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March 19, 2012

Anastasia Clemons/Contributor On Thursday, March 15, 2012, CSUN faculty and students gathered in a book-lined room within Jerome Richfield to attend a reading by CSUN alum and award-winning writer Brian Leung, author of "Take Me Home", a historical novel exploring sex and gender intersections, as...

Multi-ethnic student shares his optimistic perspective on Israel, Palestine and peace

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March 18, 2012

Luis Carrillo Contributor I am not here to offer a side for or against the State of Israel and debate endlessly in a battle of words. I want to share a personal perspective on the place. In English and Spanish my name is Luis Rene Carrillo; my Hebrew name is Lavi Ben-Miriam.  I am a Jewish, Mexican/Salvadorian,...

Collecting the World in the Enlightenment: Hans Sloane’s Cabinet of Curiosities

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March 15, 2012

"Collecting the World in the Enlightenment: Hans Sloane's Cabinet of Curiosities" was a lecture about "the deep origins of not only the British Museum, but ultimately the idea of the public museum and its origins in early modern global cross-cultural, imperial networks of collections," said Delbourgo...

Let’s stand up for education together: A California assemblyman’s work to save education

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March 12, 2012

By California Assemblyman Bob Blumenfield I was thrilled last week when thousands of students from across California rallied around the State Capitol to speak out against further budget cuts at our public universities.  I share their frustration with these cuts and encourage you, the students and un...

Smoking ban on campus will improve our quality of life

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March 7, 2012

This is a response from Campuses Organized and United for Good Health (COUGH) Northridge to the opinion piece that was written by Joelle Katz in the Daily Sundial on January 30, 2012 titled “Non-smoker says: Don’t ban smoking!” With the recently passed mandate requiring that all University of California ...

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