The Sundial

More electric car chargers to be added to campus parking lots

More electric car chargers to be added to campus parking lots

Lauren Reyes

April 30, 2014

In continuing to work toward reducing commuter emissions and miles by faculty, staff and students, CSUN has added additional electric vehicle charging stations on campus while mechanical engineering students develop alternative energy charging stations. An updated set of electric charging stations were...

Native American contemporary artist debuts latest piece at CSUN

Native American contemporary artist debuts latest piece at CSUN

Lauren Reyes

April 16, 2014

American Indian contemporary artist, James Luna, premiered a new art presentation, including a video piece entitled “Family Matters,” to CSUN students. Kimberly Robertson, assistant professor in American Indian studies, introduced Luna as one of the leading figures in American Indian contemporary ...

Alumni host discussion on how to make it in video game industry

Alumni host discussion on how to make it in video game industry

Lauren Reyes

March 30, 2014

Two CSUN alumni spoke to a crowd of video game enthusiasts as part of a panel discussion about producing, designing and writing for the video game industry. Video game developers Jim Martin, J.J. Pomegranate and Dalan Musson addressed a full room of CSUN students interested in potential careers in ...

Thefts, auto accident occur on campus

Lauren Reyes

March 27, 2014

An unknown suspect threw eggs at the two victims near the University Park Apartments building 13 on March 25. The case is currently undergoing investigation by the CSUN police department. An unknown suspect stole a mobile phone that was left unattended on a desk in the University Student Union Comp...

Autism spectrum disorder discussed at Q&A session at USU

Lauren Reyes

March 16, 2014

The use of technology to communicate with those affected with autism spectrum disorder was discussed at an autism discussion at the Lake View Terrace room of the University Student Union on Saturday. Shannon Cooke, a 21-year-old woman affected with autism spectrum disorder uses linguistic software...

Senagalese rapper spreads civil rights awareness through hip-hop

Lauren Reyes

March 9, 2014

In Senegal, West Africa, the phrase enough is enough or “Y’en a Marre” is associated with a struggle for human rights and the movement that was birthed through hip-hop music and artists such as Cheikh Ourmar Touré, also known as Thiat. CSUN students were introduced to Thiat and the youth mov...

Women’s Tennis: Matadors fall to 49ers for first conference loss

Women’s Tennis: Matadors fall to 49ers for first conference loss

Lauren Reyes

February 22, 2014

  The Matadors (4-2, 2-1 Big West) took their second loss of the season against the first-place Long Beach State 49ers (7-1, 4-0 Big West) 4-3 on Friday in a Big West match-up at the Matador Tennis Complex. After winning her doubles match, No. 1 singles player freshman Vivian Lin defeated 49e...

Earthquake courtyard rededicated to honor former CSUN president Blenda Wilson

Earthquake courtyard rededicated to honor former CSUN president Blenda Wilson

Lauren Reyes

January 31, 2014

In the days after the devastation of the 1994 Northridge earthquake then-CSUN President Blenda Wilson made sure the campus remained open despite $400 million in damage. Wilson was honored on Friday with the dedication of the Blenda J. Wilson courtyard, for her presidency at CSUN during the Northridge eart...

Students can earn points, prizes for exercising at SRC

Students can earn points, prizes for exercising at SRC

Lauren Reyes

January 22, 2014

During its second year of operation, the SRC introduced the New Year, New You program to incentivize student exercise. Students will be able to earn points and prizes by keeping a record of their fitness activity throughout the semester. Eligible activities include group exercise classes, the rock climbing wall...

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