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CSUN police have a practice training while carrying fake guns in the SRC

Active shooter preparedness remains strong at CSUN

Dalia Espinosa December 14, 2016

Advocacy for active shooter preparedness has spread around campus this semester which has raised student consciousness toward the skills needed to safely battle an active shooter. Following the video...

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CSU fights to keep the DREAM alive

Dalia Espinosa December 8, 2016

California faculty and leaders have taken a stance against the deportation of undocumented students and have urged Donald Trump to reconsider the continuation of the Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals...

Donald Trump delivers speech at podium

Donald Trump plans to tackle immigration and climate change in his first 100 days

Dalia Espinosa November 11, 2016

Donald Trump left millions of people stunned on Tuesday when he was announced as the president-elect of the United States as a result of the majority of electoral votes being in his favor. Trump states...

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CSUN discontinues long-term LMS

Dalia Espinosa November 9, 2016

Moodle will no longer be used at CSUN starting Dec. 30, 2017. Instead, Canvas was voted as the new learning management system (LMS), promoting better tools and features for students and faculty. All...

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Career center introduces job opportunities through emergency preparedness panel

Dalia Espinosa October 29, 2016

Students were informed about careers in Emergency Management at a panel hosted by the CSUN Career Center in Sierra Center Thursday afternoon. CSUN’s Emergency Preparedness Manager, Jenny Novak, and...

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Matadors talk pumpkin spice and cups with ice

Dalia Espinosa October 20, 2016

The fall season may be upon us, but the temperature still feels like the summer. There is still, however, a romanticized concept of fall that is anticipated year-round. The leaves change colors, sweaters...

CSUN employees give applause for the reopening of the CSUN campus store

CSUN Campus Store re-opens with big celebration

Dalia Espinosa October 11, 2016

For the past couple of months, students have walked into a bookstore that appeared to be under construction, until Tuesday morning, CSUN finally hosted a grand-reopening of what used to be the Matador...

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Trump supporters return to Matador Walk

Dalia Espinosa October 5, 2016

CSUN Trump supporters returned to Matador Walk on Wednesday evening to campaign and converse with students. In a previous article written by The Sundial, the men were described as alleged Trump supporters. An...

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Student Nutrition on a Tight Schedule and Budget

Dalia Espinosa September 29, 2016

Students can easily manage their nutrition by using free campus resources provided through Peer Nutrition Counseling (PNC) and even a new dietetic business that was launched this summer by CSUN student,...

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New lactation education class offered at CSUN

Dalia Espinosa September 19, 2016

An increasing demand for lactation education has surfaced this fall semester at CSUN, and thanks to Dr. Merav Efrat, those demands are being met through courses, research, and curriculum development. In...

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Hispanic Heritage Month rejected among CSUN Chicano/as

Dalia Espinosa September 16, 2016

Hispanic Heritage Month observed nationally since 1968, remains a rejected celebration among the Chicano community at CSUN as a result of historical sentiment of the Spanish colonization. President of...

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Around the world on a student budget

Dalia Espinosa September 7, 2016

Contrary to popular belief, traveling around the world doesn’t have to be so expensive for students, especially when considering the many discounts and tricks that can work around anyone’s schedule. A...

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