The Sundial

Event to promote higher grad rates among African-American males

Fredy Tlatenchi

March 6, 2012

In an effort to raise the graduation rates of African-American males at CSUN, a meeting on Tuesday, March 6 aims to establish the African-American Male Graduation Initiative Program at the university. Urging black males to attend the meeting, Dr. Chris Holmes, a staff psychologist at CSUN, hopes to est...

CSUN Art Galleries welcomes Jerry McMillan

Fredy Tlatenchi

February 29, 2012

Jerry McMillan, a veteran of the Los Angeles art scene, will have approximately 100 works available for viewing through March 31 at the CSUN Art Galleries. McMillan began to contribute to the Los Angeles art scene during the early 1960s, according to ArtBrokerage.com. It was during this time McMillan...

Men should speak up about anorexia

Men should speak up about anorexia

Fredy Tlatenchi

February 27, 2012

  On a good day you will find me carefully dressed, eating a hamburger and reading an ebook on my iPad between classes. You cannot tell from my demeanor that I suffered from anorexia nervosa for six years. Take a cue from television shows and you would be led to believe that only women developed anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa or a bing...

CSUN 6 court charges dropped

CSUN 6 court charges dropped

Fredy Tlatenchi

February 20, 2012

Charges were dismissed for the arrests of five students who protested educational budget cuts on March 4, 2010 outside of CSUN. The decision was delayed after Tuesday’s court date, overseen by the Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen A. Trutanich. The decision to dismiss the charges was announced...

Court decision in CSUN six case postponed until Friday

Fredy Tlatenchi

February 14, 2012

The CSUN Six gathered outside of the San Fernando Courthouse Tuesday morning, some having once faced multiple charges ranging from assault to failure to disperse during a protest on March 4, 2010. A trial took place Tuesday concerning the ongoing case of the five students who were arrested March of ...

“The Vow” disappoints romance fans

Fredy Tlatenchi

February 14, 2012

In “The Vow“, Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum play a young married couple in love that lose it all after deciding to have sex while driving. Thus begins this years Valentine’s Day drama, narrated by an emotionally vacant Tatum. While Tatum’s character, Leo, survives the accident unscathed, Paige...

SRC proven to be worthwhile for students

Fredy Tlatenchi

February 9, 2012

These days, working out in public is akin to speaking in public. Both can be terrifying if caught unprepared or out-of-shape. Unless you are one of the few individuals who won the genetic lottery or have the self-efficacy to a follow a strict workout routine, this fear might already be lurking within. Not...

Meet the Clubs builds school spirit

Meet the Clubs builds school spirit

Fredy Tlatenchi

February 8, 2012

Meet the Clubs Day is a way to learn about the more than 100 clubs at CSUN, which will be held on the Bayramian lawn Feb. 8 and Feb. 9 from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. The event, which was postponed a day due to rain, occurs every semester and lets active clubs and organizations recruit new members and introduce themselv...

Life lessons lead to a successful business

Fredy Tlatenchi

February 7, 2012

Victoria Khaze began to learn business lessons at the age of 5. Now 22 years old, the CSUN student applied these lessons during her freshman year and founded CheekyAds.com, a site that offers business owners the opportunity to hire bikini models to sport painted ads on their bodies for a reasonab...

Student turns life lessons into eco-friendly modeling business

Fredy Tlatenchi

February 5, 2012

Victoria Khaze began to learn business lessons at the age of 5. Now 22-years-old, the CSUN junior applied these lessons during her freshman year and founded CheekyAds.com, a site that offers business owners the opportunity to hire bikini models to sport painted ads on their bodies for a reasonable...

Matadome and Redwood Hall renovations improve athletic events

Fredy Tlatenchi

January 23, 2012

Improvements to the Matadome and Redwood Hall,  which began the summer of 2011, are the first of many projects that are changing the face of the university’s athletic events, which are scheduled to be finished by the end of the spring semester. Among the first of renovations was the Matadome, which had a $40,000 ...

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