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

Active shooter preparedness remains strong at CSUN

Students and professors address the fears of active shooter situations
Dream act pamphlets pictured

CSU fights to keep the DREAM alive

The future for thousands of undocumented students has been compromised ever since Donald Trump’s presidential win on Nov. 8, but that doesn’t steer DREAMers away from years of hard work.
Donald Trump delivers speech at podium

Donald Trump plans to tackle immigration and climate change in his...

Donald Trump’s campaign made promises that many Americans shook off as empty threats, but now that he won the presidential election, a more serious look at his plans is needed.
Students shown working on computers

CSUN discontinues long-term LMS

A plan to slowly transition from Moodle to Canvas is in action.
Three people speak at emergency preparedness panel

Career center introduces job opportunities through emergency preparedness panel

A roomful of matadors, all belonging to a diverse array of majors, were drawn to the Colleagues Room for more than just pizza, drinks, or extra credit points; emergency preparedness was the topic that had everyone intrigued.
Man shown in front of house setting up approximately 20 different jack-o-lanterns

Matadors talk pumpkin spice and cups with ice

Despite the warm weather this fall, seasonal drinks are still popular
CSUN employees give applause for the reopening of the CSUN campus store

CSUN Campus Store re-opens with big celebration

The Campus Store re-opening will be a three-day event full of discounts and other activities for students.
Trump 2016 poster

Trump supporters return to Matador Walk

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...
Anti-hazing poster shown

CSUN raising awareness for hazing prevention.

National Hazing Prevention Week was commemorated on campus Sept. 18-23, giving students an opportunity to raise awareness through the use of information booths, hashtags,...
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