The Sundial

Alternative recipes for a Thanksgiving meal

Leonie Jones

November 22, 2010

Year after year the same old turkey, an occasional ham, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and the dreaded fruit cake are served at a traditional thanksgiving table. There are different ways to spice up a thanksgiving dinner that is just as delicious as a thanksgiving feast. Going home may not be an option, so cooking dinner for one or some friends may have to be an option. Cooking...

Valley eatery offers a wide selection with a twist

Valley eatery offers a wide selection with a twist

Leonie Jones

November 17, 2010

When I first walked into Stanley’s Restaurant and Bar, I didn’t know what to expect because I didn’t see very many people. As I started to experience what they had to offer, I soon realized they are one of the best eateries in the Valley. Stanley’s Restaurant and Bar has been serving the city of ...

Biennial Phenomenal Woman Reception and Awards Fundraiser to celebrate local women

Leonie Jones

October 20, 2010

On Saturday the Ninth Biennial Phenomenal Woman Reception and Awards Fundraiser will be held to celebrate and honor the achievements and contributions of local women who dedicate themselves to the field of gender and women’s studies. The event, which is hosted by the Department of Gender and Women’s...

Best happy hours in the Valley

Leonie Jones

October 5, 2010

Finding a good happy hour in the Valley can be challenging because there are many establishments to choose from. For half-priced food and drinks, the search for a good happy hour is worth it. Among the wide variety of bars in the Valley, there are a few in CSUN’s proximity that receive a lo...

CSUN jazz band performed at Monterey Jazz Festival

Leonie Jones

September 29, 2010

CSUN continued to break records and bring change by having the first band with all undergraduate members to play at the Monterey Jazz Festival, that took place Sept. 17 to 19. Matt Harris, co-director of jazz studies and director of the Jazz “A” Band, helped lead the band to this prestigious event. The...

Art professor Joy von Wolffersdorff uses her art to express environmental concerns

Art professor Joy von Wolffersdorff uses her art to express environmental concerns

Leonie Jones

September 15, 2010

Joy von Wolffersdorff, artist and CSUN art professor, is determined to bring attention to the climate change crisis, a topic she is passionate about, through her art. “I hope that when people view my art work they will spend a little longer thinking about climate change,” von Wolffersdorff said. Von...

Getting invovled on campus to make the most out of the semester

Leonie Jones

September 13, 2010

There are about 300 clubs and organizations on CSUN’s campus, enough to fit anyone’s major or hobby interest. There are many ways to get involved on campus such as becoming a volunteer, joining a club or organization, or becoming a member of a fraternity or sorority. The dorms also offer opportun...

Zeta Beta Tau gets on the ball and raises funds for the Children’s Miracle Network

Leonie Jones

September 6, 2010

Every year, since 2002, all chapters of Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) begin the fall semester off by rolling an oversized beach ball throughout their school, neighborhood, and community. This is a weeklong event from Sept. 6 to 11. ZBT philanthropy chair, Christopher Hosea said the goal is to get as many signatures...

Artist Valerie L. Winslow merges science and art in exhibit on campus

Artist Valerie L. Winslow merges science and art in exhibit on campus

Leonie Jones

August 30, 2010

Valerie L. Winslow, artist and art professor, showcased her fascination with the human anatomy through paintings and sketches Friday with a narrated walk-through and book signing in the CSUN Art Gallery. Although there were approximately 50 people in the gallery, the atmosphere was calm and a sense...

Women’s apparel trends for the fall

Leonie Jones

August 23, 2010

The time has come to put away the high waist shorts, tunic dresses, miniskirts, and sandals, now that fall is finally here. Get ready to step into the new season with style. There will be many new trends as well as old ones that are making their way back into the fall season. This year New York...

The student media organization of California State University Northridge