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Author Joe Hill talks about his new novel

Author Joe Hill talks about his new novel

Jacqueline Kalisch January 23, 2013

Joe Hill wants it to be known he started as a comic-book writer first and then author of many fiction “weird fantasy” novels. Hill’s recent novel “Horns” is in the current works of being...

Affordable gift shopping spots near CSUN

Jacqueline Kalisch December 6, 2012

Shopping is already hard enough, but for CSUN students it will be a lot harder to find unique stores to buy gifts this holiday season. Lucky for you, the Sundial has you covered with a list of the coolest...

Gifts for under $25 that will never disappoint

Jacqueline Kalisch December 6, 2012

The holidays are here and there’s nothing like online shopping to do the last minute trick. Here are eight unique gifts ideas, to spice up your holiday season: Quirky Stem Hand Juice $4.99 Want...

Fifty Shades of Fabio; erotica vs. romance lit

Fifty Shades of Fabio; erotica vs. romance lit

Jacqueline Kalisch November 14, 2012

Whips and chains may be exciting, but where has the love gone? Author E.L. James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey” brought the erotic romance genre back into the mainstream this past year. If only...

CSUN offers new minor in Middle Eastern studies

Jacqueline Kalisch November 1, 2012

The Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies minor (MEIS) is being offered for the first time at CSUN this semester due to the program receiving a large grant from the National Endowment for Humanities. Dr....

Q&A with “Flight” director Robert Zemeckis

Jacqueline Kalisch October 31, 2012

Robert Zemeckis, director of the upcoming Oscar buzz movie “Flight”, gives us a sneak peek on how his mystery action film was made and gives advice to students trying to make their break into Hollywood. Zemeckis...

CSUN student takes on ghoulish character

CSUN student takes on ghoulish character

Jacqueline Kalisch October 31, 2012

  The moonlight lingers through the foliage that hangs around the endless maze. Eerie, hollow sounds of guitar strings makes the visitor feel regret for entering a trap. On the floor below,...

Oksana Borodyanskaya, 22, a communication studies major in her junior year, sings and plays keyboard for Doctor Hoogo at this years Meow Fest on Oct. 26. She  was one of the organizers for this years Halloween-themed Meow Fest.

For the love of cats

Jacqueline Kalisch October 28, 2012

On a Friday night on Marlborough Court it’s so quiet you can hear the wind blow through the trees on a cul de sac in West Hills. Little do the neighbors know that a music festival dedicated to raising...

Filipino students showcase their culture for CSUN

Filipino students showcase their culture for CSUN

Jacqueline Kalisch October 26, 2012

CSUN students held their annual showcase Thursday to bring their culture to other students and the community. The Filipino American Student Association (FASA) hosted its 15th Students for Pilipino American...

Confessions of a scare actor

Confessions of a scare actor

Jacqueline Kalisch October 24, 2012

As fog fills the hallway of the abandoned RV with the word zombie smeared in blood across its side, I crouch down and wait until feet appear on the floor near me. A few timid feet begin to appear through...

Satellites demonstrates racial identitiy and trust

‘Satellites’ demonstrates racial identitiy and trust

Jacqueline Kalisch October 12, 2012

Satellites, a play written by Diana Son puts the lack of racial identity into the culturally diverse New York, showing viewers how racial stereotyping  and declining your identity will get you nowhere. The...

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