The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

For newer generation, online dating becoming the norm

Joelle Katz February 14, 2012

Online dating sites have taken the internet by storm, and more and more people are turning to the web to find that special someone. Type the words “dating website” into the Google search engine...

Non-smoker opposes campus-wide smoking ban

Joelle Katz January 29, 2012

If there is one thing that I have made a promise to do (and have thus far kept) it is to not smoke. I plan to live a long, heart and lung disease-free life. However, I cannot imagine a world where...

More taxes for better education

Joelle Katz December 12, 2011

A majority of Californians are willing to pay higher taxes to support public education, according to a recent poll conducted by USC and the Los Angeles Times. Despite the poor economy, 64 percent of Californians...

CSUN Shout Out Scholars lead a walk out march through campus, raising awareness of school issues. Protesters yelled, CSUN shake up, CSUN walk out as they marched, trying to get more students to participate in their demonstration. Photo Credit: Julian Reyes / Daily Sundial

CSUN students march to educate peers on CSU issues

Joelle Katz December 8, 2011

CSUN students marched through the halls and walkways of campus, blowing whistles and shouting, “CSUN, walk out, CSUN shake up,” in hopes of trying to raise campus awareness of various school issues. The...

Net worth gap growing between American generations

Joelle Katz November 30, 2011

The combination of a fragile economy, fewer jobs and more college graduates seeking employment has created a substantial net worth gap among American generations, according to a recent Pew Research Center...

The Occupy CSUN encampmant on the Oviatt Library lawn. The movement has until monday to figure out a way to contribute to the campus at night in order for William Watkins, vice president for student affairs, to let them stay. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Daily Sundial

Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction admits failure

Joelle Katz November 23, 2011

CLARIFICATION, Weds. Nov. 28: The original article read: "James Gleeson, communications staff to Xavier Becetta (sic), Calif. representative and member of the committee, would not give a statement on...

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The problem of overpopulation and how we can work to solve it

Joelle Katz November 21, 2011

The world population is growing at a rapid speed and while America may not yet feel the impact of the earth’s overpopulation, many other countries are losing resources and lack basic needs. As...

Learn how to become gluten-free at CSUN lecture

Joelle Katz November 16, 2011

Correction >> Nov. 16 The Gluten-Free CSUN event on Thursday at 1 p.m. in Sequoia Hall 112 called “Gluten-Free 101” will discuss a gluten-free diet and celiac disease, and feature topics including...

CSUN Students for Quality Education hosts mock presidential selection on campus

Joelle Katz November 15, 2011

The CSU changed its presidential selection process in time for CSUN’s search, and students are demonstrating in opposition to the new method 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. today in Sierra Quad. Students...

Andrew Shibata, kinesiology major, currently works as a boxing instructor at the CSUN Fitness Centre. Within two years Shibata lost 102 pounds while creating a more healthy lifestyle for himself. Photo Credit: Tessie Navarro / Visual Editor

CSUN student makes serious changes to diet and exercise routines for a healthier life

Joelle Katz November 14, 2011

Though college is usually a time to go out, meet new people, and find yourself, for one student, college was about changing his whole life. Someone who takes one look at the Fitness Center’s boxing...

CSUN program fights against eating disorders and body image issues

Joelle Katz November 14, 2011

Eating disorders are more common on college campuses than people may think. In fact, it can often lead to death. Anorexia is the third most common chronic illness in adolescents, according to the National...

Question of the Day: Do you think designer brands partnering with cheap brands bring down their value?

Joelle Katz November 8, 2011

Versace recently announced over the summer that they will be partnering with H&M, while Vera Wang and Kohl’s have agreed to a partnership as well. Various stores such as Wal-Mart have been known...

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