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Thrifty Thanksgiving options

Courtesy of MCT
Kristina Sanborn November 21, 2011

The holidays are just around the corner, and everyone is pinching pennies to make the festivities more wallet-friendly. A traditional Thanksgiving feast doesn’t have to break the bank or your back. For...

Fashion industry symposium to offer real-world insight to success

Kristina Sanborn November 14, 2011

Fashion industry front-runners will be passing along knowledge on their competitive field to the CSUN community during the TRENDS Career Symposium on Friday from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Grand Salon. TRENDS,...

Question of the Day: Are layaways good plans for holiday shopping?

Kristina Sanborn November 14, 2011

Are retail layaway plans a reasonable convenience or a dangerous tool for consumer spending? Mega-retailers such as Kmart, Walmart, and Sears are pushing advertisements for their layaway plans to help...

AZ ethnic studies law demonstration sets example for undocumented students’ rights at CSUN lecture

Kristina Sanborn November 8, 2011

The Civil Discourse and Social Change initiative honored keynote speaker Rodolfo Acuña, professor and founding chair of the Chicana/o studies department, at the Grand Salon Monday evening as he and fellow...

Surveillance cameras are a necessary tool for campus safety

One of the security cameras in the Oviatt library lobby. Photo Credit: Andres Aguila / Daily Sundial
Kristina Sanborn November 7, 2011

S urveillance cameras spread across campus may have cut down the time and resources spent searching for the suspected gunman at the Oviatt Library last month.  Although there are security cameras...

African American art history celebrated at VPAC

CSUN alumnist, Drazen Malinis (left), talks to Mike Dade about the trumpet case filled with the entire Miles Davis discography before the Miles Davis Experience show featuring the Ambrose Akinmusire Quintet at the VPAC on Oct. 23, 2011.
Kristina Sanborn October 24, 2011

Visitors were able to tour a post-war Los Angeles through an African-American perspective during a celebration of jazz and the opening reception of a photography exhibit Sunday in the VPAC. The...

Greeks bring cancer awareness to CSUN campus

Jennifer Yessi of the Lambda Theta Alpha Sorority talks to a student about brain cancer and tumors during the Greeks Against Cancer event. Simon Gambaryan / Daily Sundial
Kristina Sanborn October 16, 2011

The United Sororities and Fraternities Council (USFC) hosted “Greeks Against Cancer” to promote awareness on campus of all types of cancers Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Marielos Renderos, president...

Daily Question – Should health insurance companies provide no-cost birth control for its members?

Kristina Sanborn October 11, 2011

In August, Obama signed a new health care law that will require health insurance companies to offer oral contraception at no cost to their members starting January 2013.  Birth control, according to the...

CSUN musicians struggle in the age of “free” live shows and unstable music market

CSUN music major students Ryan Dean, Connor McElwain, Jack Keller, Nigel Yancey, Will Wu and Austin Yancey compose the funk-jazz band BAMF. Photo Credit: Tessie Navarro / Visual Editor
Kristina Sanborn October 6, 2011

Bartenders and waitresses start closing down O’brien’s Irish Pub in Santa Monica just after 1 a.m.  Wes Singerman, guitarist for BAMF approaches band mate Austin Yancey with a pat on the shoulder,...

Promoting pink: CSUN and Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Kristina Sanborn October 4, 2011

October marks breast cancer awareness month, and some student organizations are commemorating the month with events. The United Sorority and Fraternity Council, composed of 15 Greek organizations, will...

Reverend Lawson lectures on peace and nonviolent protest

Kristina Sanborn September 27, 2011

Reverend James M. Lawson, Jr. gave advice and shared his experiences in using nonviolence to promote social change during the Civil Discourse and Social Change initiative lecture, Monday night. “Nonviolence...

Breed bias—officers shoot aggressive pit bulls, but would they shoot raging retriever?

Photo Credit: Courtesy of MCT
Kristina Sanborn September 26, 2011

Recent incidents where LA County Sheriff’s deputies shot and killed two pit bulls in response to the animals’ sudden attack beg the question if strict breed restrictions should be implemented. Breed...

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