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Students express concerns on limited amount of E.V. chargers

photo shows electric cars charging at csun

Lorena Salinas

April 25, 2017

CSUN students are expressing their frustrations with the limited amount of electric vehicle chargers placed on student lots. There are 24 electric vehicle charging stations on campus. Eleven are located in faculty parking lots and 13 are placed in five student garages. Some students have claimed to...

Students and faculty advise students about research studies and programs

Panelists (from left to right) Lissandra Gonzales, Leah Reidenbach, Dr. Maria Zavala, Dr. Simon Garrett, Dr. Brenton Hammer, Samatar Jirde, and Michele Ramos talked to CSUN's Chemistry Club about their research projects, as well as advised students on how to get involved with research studies. (Em Pierce/ The Sundial)

Lorena Salinas

April 14, 2017

The Chemistry and Biochemistry Club invited students who have an interest in research studies to a research panel on Thursday night at the University Student Union's Granada Room. Panelists were able to give advice to students who are currently seeking to join a research study program. Dr. Simon Garrett...

Weekly picks: Lupe Fiasco concert, world art day, throwback thursday and VRLA expo

Man walks past building covered in a rainbow mural that says,

Lorena Salinas

April 11, 2017

Wednesday, April 12 Lupe Fiasco @ Novo in Downtown Los AngelesThe “Superstar” rapper will take stage in downtown. Fiasco recently released his sixth album, "Drogas Light," on February 10.$20 Goldstar.com*8:00 p.m.800 W. Olympic Blvd.Los Angeles, CA 90015Throwback Thursdays: Retro Movies on t...

CSUN biology professor to address issues concerning the underprivileged at L.A. March for Science

Maria Elena Zavala pictured smiling

Lorena Salinas

April 10, 2017

The Los Angeles March for Science will be hosting their first march on Saturday, April 22, in honor of Earth Day. The march comes after President Trump's administration began airing proposals declaring that global warming is made up and that producing birth control is not affordable. Guest speak...

Students showcase creativity at ‘All That Art’

painted record pictured

Lorena Salinas

March 10, 2017

The University Student Union’s Plaza del Sol was filled with creativity Thursday afternoon. Students lined up to paint vinyl records, get messy as they tie-dyed socks and others relaxed while they painted a cityscape. The USU hosts "All That Art" every year, in which students can display freestyle...

Sustainability Center near its grand opening

illustration of the plans for the CSUN sustainability center

Lorena Salinas

March 9, 2017

Although the anticipated Associated Students Sustainability Center was set to open in March 2017, the building is still under construction. According to the Sustainability Center’s website, the facility is due May 2017. A.S. General Manager David Crandall, said that the start of the constructio...

Pride Center to host first sex week

photo shows flyers for Sex Week at CSUN

Lorena Salinas

March 6, 2017

Talking, thinking and even having sex can be embarrassing and sometimes uncomfortable, but the Pride Center is hosting a series of events that promote sex positivity. Sexual health resource lead and third year communications major Michael Pulido is the main person behind Sex Week. As a new hire to t...

CSUNopoly aims to provide campus with financial resources

CSUNopoly board pictured

Lorena Salinas

February 23, 2017

The CSUN Financial Literacy Program and the University Student Union (USU) held their 7th annual CSUNopoly on Wednesday at the Plaza Del Sol to educate the campus community about financial matters.Students played the school’s financial literacy version of Monopoly by signing-up to get a mini C...

Upcoming events for science and tech-savvy students

Many students participate and engage in the many booths and activities at tech fest

Lorena Salinas

February 21, 2017

The Promise of Contemporary Primatology March 6 The 19th Annual Keith Morton Memorial Lecture presented by the department of anthropology invited Erin P. Riley of San Diego State University to present her research on the behavioral and ecological similarities of human and non-human primates. The lectur...

Black Diaspora kicks-off Black History Month on campus

Photo shows man being interviewed

Lorena Salinas

February 3, 2017

Black Diaspora dancers took over the University Student Union (USU) Plaza Del Sol Wednesday afternoon with multiple performances. Theresa White, Africana studies chair and dance group coordinator, performed along with CSUN students. The dancers performed a variety of popular music and invited thei...

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