The Sundial

Bilingual education is needed for all

Bilingual education is needed for all

Jazzmyne Bogard

November 25, 2013

Every child’s first day of school is different. Imagine your first day of kindergarten and no one wanting to be your friend. You ask them to play on the monkey bars and they just look at you funny and walk away. To make it worse, once a day, everyday, you are taken out of class to get help with your scho...

‘Beat the Blues’ volunteers distribute information, free tacos to students

'Beat the Blues' volunteers distribute information, free tacos to students

Jazzmyne Bogard

November 20, 2013

As part of the ongoing “Beat the Blues Week” the Blues Project hosted a tabling fair Tuesday to distribute information about how to deal with factors that may cause depression in students. “The Blues Project is a program that is here to raise awareness about suicide prevention, depression pr...

CSUN honors veterans with National Roll Call

Jazzmyne Bogard

November 6, 2013

Veterans are being honored in a new way on campus through the Veteran’s Day Celebration presented by the Veterans Resource Center and University Student Union (USU). The ceremony will begin with the CSUN ROTC color guard memorial followed by a moment of silence and something never done on the CSUN ...

CSUN alumnus speaks out about ‘SegreGAYtion’ towards the LGBTQ community

CSUN alumnus speaks out about 'SegreGAYtion' towards the LGBTQ community

Jazzmyne Bogard

October 24, 2013

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) community continue to gain state acceptance across the country with New Jersey being the most recent state to legalize same sex marriage. However, at the  “SegreGAYtion” event held in the Lakeview Terrace room Wednesday night, Ronnie Ve...

CSUN student arrested on suspicion of false imprisonment at Transit Center

Jazzmyne Bogard

October 15, 2013

Tuesday morning a CSUN student was arrested by campus police on suspicion of false imprisonment that took place at the Transit Center.According to the crime alert, when the bus pulled into the Transit Center at 7:50 a.m., a man blocked passengers from exiting the bus.When a female student attempted to e...

Senior Vice President of Bank of America teaches for a day at CSUN’s College of Business and Economics

Jazzmyne Bogard

September 18, 2013

Students and professionals mingled during the “Professors for a Day” event, hosted by the College of Business and Economics. Among the speakers for this two-day event was Senior Vice President of Global Commercial Banking for Bank of America Steve Block. “I’ve been in commercial banking over...

CSUN will soon build a Wellness Center, providing students an area to improve their health

CSUN will soon build a Wellness Center, providing students an area to improve their health

Jazzmyne Bogard

September 11, 2013

President Dianne Harrison recently announced that a Wellness Center is going to be built on campus, adding to services already provided in the University Student Union (USU). The original idea of the Wellness Center was introduced as a combination between the USU, Klotz Student Health Center (SHC), Health &...

Prodigal ‘sons’ returns

Prodigal ‘sons’ returns

Jazzmyne Bogard

September 5, 2013

Sons of Anarchy (S.O.A.) is returning for its sixth season next week. For those obsessed with the show, it has felt like a lifetime since season five ended. Those not familiar with the series may be wondering what all the fuss is about. Although recent S.O.A commercials make it appear to be about a...

Harrison informs students of emergency resource via email

Jazzmyne Bogard

September 4, 2013

President Dianne Harrison sent an email to students calling their attention to the Emergency Operations Desk Reference for Students, an important resource available online. This desk reference guide informs students of the proper procedures to take in case of multiple emergency situations. “It would suc...

A.S. fair welcomes dozens of students back to CSUN

A.S. fair welcomes dozens of students back to CSUN

Jazzmyne Bogard

August 28, 2013

Associated Students (A.S.) welcomed the CSUN community back to school with their biggest welcome fair yet. The fair included multiple booths with free food, drinks, giveaways, and information about the A.S. program at CSUN. Other CSUN departments that attended the fair including the University Student Union (USU), CSUN police and Athletics. “It’s an ama...

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