The Sundial

Department burdened by forced EO 1110 implementation

A math manual book is on fire.

Kiley Arce

December 5, 2018

While the yearlong conversation of CSU executive orders has focused on the threats posed to comparative and cross-cultural studies departments, it has only briefly highlighted the dismantlement of the unique Developmental Math Department at CSUN. Just two days before the 2018 fall semester, the department wa...

WRRC awards five ‘phenomenal’ women

blue fist clenched in garden

Kiley Arce

November 9, 2018

Home of the oldest operating women’s center in the CSU system, CSUN celebrated the 45th anniversary of its Women’s Research and Resource Center (WRRC) at the 13th Biennial Phenomenal Woman Awards on Sunday. The event also commemorated the 25th anniversary of the Gender and Women’s Studies D...

California becomes first state to require female board members for public companies


Kiley Arce

October 9, 2018

With a signature and comments alluding to its public controversy, Gov. Jerry Brown passed the first bill in any state to require female board directors for public companies on Sept. 30 in an attempt to bring more female diversity to corporate decision-making. “We know that there’s actually ...

Study like a Matador

woman reading a book at a cafe

Kiley Arce

April 12, 2018

If it’s finals season at CSUN, the Oviatt Library is full of students using their own methods to ace their exams. For senior CTVA television student, Miguel Flores, acing his exams means escaping the Oviatt. “I like to go to the Oasis Center or study outside at the Sierra Quad,” said Flores....

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