The Sundial

  • November 22CORONAVIRUS DAILY UPDATE: 2,718 new cases, 9 dead in L.A. County

‘An evening with Shirley MacLaine’ comes to the VPAC

Liana Hofer May 5, 2011

Academy-award winner. Acclaimed author. Truth-seeker. Shirley MacLaine has many titles that can be attached to her name, and this Friday, one more will be added to the list: VPAC performer. On May 6,...

Artists among us: the Annual Juried Art Student Exhibition features student talent

Liana Hofer April 28, 2011

Hanging strips of a fax cartridge, a bloody map and a television displaying kinetic type can all be found in one place: CSUN’s Juried Art Student Exhibition. Showing at the main gallery of the...

New space offers trainers and equipment to practice parkour and freerunning

Liana Hofer April 13, 2011

Running across a graffiti-filled wall and momentarily parallel to the ground below him, for a few seconds, Bryan Greene has found a way to defy gravity. Across from him, grown men and women flip...

Best of: sitcom characters on television today

Liana Hofer March 24, 2011

There are a lot of great characters on television today, but we’ve rounded up our favorite funny men and woman on prime-time. 1. Phil Dunphy (Played by Ty Burrell on ‘Modern Family’) As oblivious...

Was Aguilera’s Star-Spangled flub that big a deal?

Liana Hofer February 8, 2011

During her rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Sunday’s Super Bowl, Christina Aguilera surprised the audience by botching the lyrics. According to the AP, instead of singing, "O'er the ramparts...

VPAC curtain rises at grand opening gala

Liana Hofer January 30, 2011

The opening gala of the Valley Performing Arts Center ushered in a new cultural era for the San Fernando Valley, and ended a long period of waiting and anticipation for the Valley. For...

Model United Nations team wins Outstanding Delegation Award

Liana Hofer December 6, 2010

For people who have taken public speaking classes, it’s easy to imagine the absolute terror one might feel when stepping up to a podium to speak in front of more than 400 peers. Yet for senior...

MOCA Grand Ave: The Artist’s Museum

Liana Hofer December 1, 2010

Los Angelenos who have a special place in their hearts for local artists can find an array of work at the “Artist’s Museum” showing at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). The temporary exhibit,...

Inspiring students to learn ASL at old high school

Liana Hofer November 22, 2010

In every person’s life, there are distinct moments that define and shape the person they become.  These moments can be big or small, comical or heart-breaking, and are often overlooked until years...

Author speaks to students about working in a gender-biased environment

Liana Hofer November 19, 2010

Within the walls of the Grand Salon Wednesday night, June Werdlow Rogers, PhD, spoke to CSUN students about how to optimize their future working experience in what is often a gender-biased world. Rogers,...

Write-in candidates step up in A.S. election

Liana Hofer November 14, 2010

A.S. closed their two-day voting polls Wednesday night, in what turned out to largely be an election of write-ins. While there were 11 Senate seats available to be filled, only three (Lower Division,...

Load more stories
The student media organization of California State University Northridge