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Nice guys don?t alway finish last

Dylan Miles

November 18, 2008

When it comes to the opposite sex, all college kids care. Despite the fact that there is obviously a need to have the attention of the opposing gender, we still haven't perfected the right way to speak or interact under the right circumstances. Even for the most suave and alluring it can be very diff...

Change is finally upon us eight years later

Dylan Miles

November 6, 2008

Does anyone remember what life was like nine years ago? The world was a very different place. Napster made its debut and gave millions of people from every country the ability to share music with one another. The bullet motion classic 'The Matrix' and cult self-destructive 'Fight Club' were the two b...

Yamagata evolves and moves on with dual LP

Dylan Miles

October 28, 2008

The words love and music are thrown around so often these days. There are too many musicians that do not allow intention and action to cross paths. There are too many anti-heroes involved in music that allow their egos and their pseudo-ambition to invade how the music is made and how the music comes acr...

Mozart opera to hit CSUN stage

Dylan Miles

October 28, 2008

It is well known to many students outside the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media and Communication that CSUN has a very successful theatre department. From the cross-culture controversial touch of 'El Estudio del Maestro' to the appreciation of contemporary classics such as' 'The Importance of Being Ea...

?Treehouse of Horror XIX:? Simpsons are funnier than ever

Dylan Miles

October 28, 2008

When it comes to Halloween and The Simpsons there is a strict matter of history to contend with. Of the 19 years that the beloved animated sitcom has been airing, it has yet to miss one year without a 'Treehouse of Horror' Halloween special.' Every year the producers and writers somehow always seem to d...

Big Show 8: What?s in store

Dylan Miles

October 9, 2008

The Big Show is almost here. Coming to CSUN this weekend is the 8th annual Big Show, a would-be festival with all the fixins that should accompany a college level event; music, food and shop. This year, as most people are already aware, Ludacris is coming to perform. Thanks to organizers at the Associate...

Campus MovieFest, a grand finale

Dylan Miles

September 30, 2008

The finale for Campus Movie Fest took place Friday night at the Plaza del Sol performance center at CSUN where students, film makers and faculty had the unique opportunity to be part of the world largest student film festival. Awards were received, door prizes were given out, and movie goers had the c...

Campus Film Festival to screen winning entries

Dylan Miles

September 25, 2008

Judging has come to a close for the Campus Film Fest and the winning entries will be screened on campus tomorrow. The festival's finale will take place at Plaza del Sol on Friday, Sept. 26, and students will have the opportunity to see the finest of the five-minute films in categories such as social...

‘Shine a Light’ presents the Rolling Stones with gusto

Dylan Miles

May 9, 2008

After giving respective credit to The Band in "The Last Waltz" and Bob Dylan in "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan," Oscar award winning director Martin Scorsese uses the camera to shine a directorially distinctive light on yet another of rock and roll's musical giants, the Rolling Stones. Shine a Light i...

Strong-arm robberies continue, suspects unidentified

Dylan Miles

May 9, 2008

Campus police have yet to identify any suspects in the continuing investigation of a series of strong-arm robberies that have recently occurred on and near campus. A campus crime alert, issued on Feb. 19 by campus police, addressed the issue of the robberies that have occurred within the past two weeks...

Yes, that is William Hung on campus

Dylan Miles

May 9, 2008

William Hung, of "American Idol" fame, now attends CSUN after transferring from UC Berkley last semester. Photos by Abel J. Macias, Daily Sundial Have you ever taken a moment to have a second glance at the man or woman standing next to you? The first time you look at them, they look familiar but you th...

‘Iron Man’ not just another hyped-up super hero movie

Dylan Miles

May 6, 2008

There are many critics that say superhero movies are clich'eacute; and worn out. There are some comic book fanatics that say that it is impossible to properly adapt a good comic to the silver screen. Both groups would be happy to know that "Iron Man" proves them wrong on all accounts. Directed by Jon Fa...

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