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The store looks exactly how anyone browsing the website would imagine: modern and a bit edgy. Photo Credit: Demi Corso/Sundial Staff

Popular retail outlet Nasty Gal, opens first store location on Melrose

Demi Corso December 3, 2014

  Online shoppers can finally get the whole 4-D Nasty Gal experience, with the opening of the first Melrose location. Popular online retailer Nasty Gal opened their first ever store on Los...

Soko performing

French actress and singer creates melancholy jams

Demi Corso November 21, 2014

Indie rocker Soko turns heads with her cool post-punk style and shares the most vulnerable parts of herself through her somber songs. A young, eclectic audience of eager fans and curious music lovers...

Changes to CSUN graduation ceremonies debated

Demi Corso November 12, 2014

CSUN students voiced their opinions and concerns and proved they would rather graduate at the front of the Oviatt Library, rather than the North Field located near the Matadome. The discussion was held...

Students gather at the booth for Unified We Serve during the Meet the Clubs event on Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014 on Bayramian lawn. Photo Credit: Alex Vejar/ The Sundial

New clubs chartered, recognized at CSUN

Demi Corso November 10, 2014

Newly university recognized clubs at CSUN include faith-based clubs, a Latina culture/academic promotion club, and a worldwide awareness to health disparities club. According to Agustin “Augie”...

Students performed at the EOP Free Speech event

Demi Corso October 28, 2014

EOP hosted its annual Free Speech Event at Matador Square. Students were invited to perform original or adapted pieces of poetry, spoken word, or slam poetry.

At the vast, toxic Guatemala City Garbage Dump, generations of families eke out a living picking through the trash in search of items they can recycle.

Film highlights families living and working in the Guatemala City Garbage Dump

Demi Corso October 14, 2014

Cal State Northridge’s Central American United Student Association (CAUSA) will screen “Recycled Life” at 5 p.m. on Thursday in Live Oak Hall Room 1117. The film, nominated in 2006 for the...

CSUN student Garcia-Guillen studied abroad in Montreal, the second-largest city in Canada. These historically colorful buildings are just one of many places she encountered during her stay. 
Photo credit: Karina Garcia-Guillen

A snippet from a study abroad experience

Demi Corso October 14, 2014

Imagine going to class and then taking a break to stroll along the Seine in Paris, surf in Sydney or shop in Tokyo. This is a reality for many students who have decided to travel abroad to experience...

Actor, director Peter Weller adds own twist to lecture about the Renaissance

Demi Corso October 7, 2014

Excited students and professors applauded with joy when actor and director Dr. Peter Weller stormed into a Sierra Hall classroom today to guest lecture at a Italian Renaissance Literature class. Weller...

Students rush to purchase Big Show tickets

Students rush to purchase Big Show tickets

Demi Corso September 22, 2014

CSUN students rush to buy tickets at the AS Ticket Office for the Big Show, which will feature Laidback Luke. Ticket prices will raise from $20 to $40 starting tomorrow.

SLASH and Myles Kennedy performed the title song from “Nothing Left to Fear,” the first film he co-produced from his production company, Slasher Films. Photo Credit: Demi Corso/The Sundial

Horror fans and icons unite at The Eyegore Awards

Demi Corso September 21, 2014

  Horror icons and fanatics alike gathered at the entertainment capital of the world to honor industry veterans at the Eyegore Awards at Universal Studios Hollywood on Friday night. The...

LA residents express discomfort with hot weather on social media

Demi Corso September 15, 2014

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Students speak about hazing during rush week

Students speak about hazing during rush week

Demi Corso September 9, 2014

  CSUN students discuss hazing during rush week.

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