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  • January 19CORONAVIRUS DAILY UPDATE: 7,902 new cases, 186 dead in L.A. County

Fauci: Vaccines should allow CA colleges to teach in-person next fall

Dr. Anthony Fauci, who has served as the nation's top infectious disease expert during the coronavirus pandemic, will stay on when President-elect Joseph Biden takes office. Photo by NIAID via Creative Commons
Maddie Beck, CalMatters December 19, 2020

While coronavirus cases are surging across California and overwhelming intensive care units, the country’s top infectious disease expert said today he’s “cautiously optimistic” that college students...

CSU launches the Center to Close the Opportunity Gap

CSU launches the Center to Close the Opportunity Gap
Jadyn Brandt/CSU Wire November 17, 2020

The California State University system held a virtual launch of the Center to Close the Opportunity Gap on Tuesday Nov. 10. The center was established at California State University Long Beach in order...

Angelenos vote at the Staples Center and Dodger Stadium on Election Day

November 3, 2020

After winning their perspective championships, the respective homes of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Lakers — Dodger Stadium and the Staples Center — open as voting centers for L.A. County residents...

Live election results in California: Updated every 10 minutes

Follow the race results updates every 10 minutes.
CalMatters November 3, 2020

Presidential Race     Propositions ? ?   Congress ?   Senate ?     This...

L.A. County 2020 voter guide

L.A. County 2020 voter guide

With less than a month until Nov. 3, Election Day is fast approaching. The Daily Sundial has broken down what L.A. voters need to know — whether you’ll be voting by mail or in-person at a polling station.      To...

L.A. County ballot drop box and voting center locations

L.A. County ballot drop box and voting center locations
Logan Bik October 12, 2020

Find a bin near you to drop off your ballot before Nov. 3.   Ballot drop off locations:     This is what an official L.A. County ballot drop box looks like:     Looking...

Incoming CSU Chancellor Joseph Castro discusses COVID-19 plans and priorities

Incoming CSU chancellor and Fresno State president Joseph Castro discusses his plans for campuses on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020 as he prepares to take office on Jan. 4, 2021. Castro addressed the virtual spring semester, funding for police departments and diversity across the 23 campuses.
Jenna Cooper | State Hornet October 1, 2020

Incoming California State University chancellor Joseph Castro discussed his plans and top priorities for CSU campuses with CSU student press via Zoom on Wednesday. Castro will be the eighth CSU chancellor...

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.
Updates on demonstrations calling for justice against police brutality.

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

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...

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...

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...

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...

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