The Sundial

CSUN student reports sexual assault on campus

Elisa Rosenthal

July 3, 2012

It was about 11:30, the night of June 24. A CSUN student and her male companion were at an off-campus bar. While there, she was followed into the bathroom and sexually assaulted by her acquaintance. She continued to be followed on her walk home through campus where she was sexually assaulted again and authorities were contacted immed...

Los Angeles Free Market brings free exchange to Northridge

Los Angeles Free Market brings free exchange to Northridge

Elisa Rosenthal

June 22, 2012

The grand opening of The Los Angeles Free Market, a completely free store, took place yesterday at the Robert M. Wilkinson Multipurpose Senior Citizen Center, less than one mile from CSUN. The Los Angeles Free Market is a community and donation based environmental group ran exclusively by volunteers. Participants are advocates of a self sustaining...

Why am I just hearing about this now? A review of CSUN’s Outdoor Adventures

Elisa Rosenthal

June 14, 2012

If you haven’t already checked out the Outdoor Adventures facility in the Student Recreation Center, do it this instant! As part of the Associated Students, Outdoor Adventures offers CSUN students the opportunity to hike, backpack, rock climb, kayak, white-water raft and practically anything else your adventure-seeking heart desir...

Dianne Harrison arrives at CSUN for the first time as president

Elisa Rosenthal

June 11, 2012

Correction:  Dianne Harrison was not escorted by Jolene Koester.  She was actually escorted through campus by out-going interim president Harry Hellenbrand who has returned to his position as provost and Cynthia Rawitch, vice provost at CSUN. CSUN’s new president, Dianne Harrison, took a campus tour an...

Senate still on the fence about Stafford loan interest rates

Elisa Rosenthal

June 10, 2012

The Senate has postponed making a decision on a July 1 interest rate increase on federal college loans that would affect more than 7 million students. The law threatens to double interest rates on Stafford loans come July, and Republicans and Democrats in the Senate can’t agree on  funding plans...

CSUN real estate professor Donald Bleich dies in his home

Elisa Rosenthal

May 31, 2012

CSUN professor of real estate and department chair, Donald Bleich, died May 18 in his Los Angeles home. The cause of death was not available. Bleich completed his Ph.D in real estate at UCLA before joining the CSUN department of finance, real estate, and Insurance in 1985. Bleich had recently...

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