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Ongoing coverage of protests in L.A.

Northridge Black Lives Matter and protesters sitting on the steps of Oviatt Library at the end of their protest on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020.

Logan Bik, Samantha Bravo, Gillian Moran-Perez, Michaella Huck, Mano Baghjajian, Tiago Barreiro, Tyler Ridgle, Victor Rojas, Robert Gonzalez, Cristina Boktor, Chris Torres, Sloane Bozzi, Orlando Mayorquin, and Emily Holshouser

September 26, 2020

Updates on demonstrations calling for justice against police brutality.

CSU Chancellor addresses pandemic protocol and anti-racism in virtual event

Timothy White has resigned as CSU Chancellor after holding the position for

Madeleine Beck, CSU Wire

August 20, 2020

Este artículo también está disponible en Español. SACRAMENTO—California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White spoke Wednesday in a virtual town hall hosted by non-profit news organization CalMatters to answer students’ questions about the fall semester. White joined Luoluo Hong, th...

CSU will now offer one free online class at any system-affiliated campus for transferable credit

CSU students are now able to take one online course from any of the CSU's 23 universities, free of charge.

Julia Terbeche, Daily 49er

August 8, 2020

The California State University system implemented a program Thursday called CSU Fully Online that allows CSU students to take one online class from any of the 23 campuses at no additional tuition cost. CSUN is s set to offer 3,211 classes of these courses for the fall semester. Full-time students...

August 5, 2020

Emails sent to Nordstrom’s Topanga employees from July 14 to July 28. The Sundial received copies of the emails from a Nordstrom staff member, who wants to remain anonymous to avoid retaliation by their employer.  .

CSUN considers renaming Oviatt Library after students claim Delmar T. Oviatt was racist

The Delmar T. Oviatt library received its name in 1973 in honor of CSUN's administrator Delmar T. Oviatt who served as Interim president in 1969. Oviatt died of a heart attack on December 24, 1971.

Orlando Mayorquin and Gillian Moran-Perez

June 25, 2020

A CSUN working group hosted a meeting Wednesday, allowing the campus community to weigh-in on whether the university should change the name of CSUN’s Delmar T. Oviatt Library, after students accused former CSUN Interim President Delmar T. Oviatt, of being racist and an oppressive figure. The Ov...

Artists’ Black Lives Matter murals deemed “too political,” removed temporarily from Hollywood Boulevard

Dezcjon Lathrop's mural, outside of the Hollywood Pantages Theater.

Sloane Bozzi, Reporter

June 23, 2020

As tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets of Hollywood on June 7 to protest against police brutality, artists lined the Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard to paint murals on boarded up shops.  Dezcjon Lathrop, a Black artist, had been working for hours on his mural in front of the ...

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