The Sundial

Non-profit group wary of campuses investments in companies

Non-profit group wary of campuses investments in companies

Lucy Guanuna

April 18, 2013

A global grassroots movement aiming to solve the climate crisis, 350.org, has asked college campuses to immediately freeze any investments in fossil fuel companies, even if those investments continue to bring in revenue for the schools. The University Corporation, a non-profit auxiliary corporation providing commercial and administ...

Free on-campus tax assistance ends Thursday

Free on-campus tax assistance ends Thursday

Lucy Guanuna

April 2, 2013

Student volunteers had the opportunity to help the campus community prepare their taxes with an income of less than $58,000 for free as part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program. The VITA Program on campus is a service provided by the IRS with IRS certified volunteers who offer basic income tax ret...

CSUN proves to be most diverse of CSU system

CSUN proves to be most diverse of CSU system

Lucy Guanuna

March 19, 2013

After breaking ground by founding the nation’s first Central American studies program and one of the first Chicana/o studies programs, CSUN continues to have one of the largest and most diverse selection of ethnic studies programs in the California State University system. CSUN boasts a number of major and ...

Woman’s body found in Granada Hills

Lucy Guanuna

March 14, 2013

LAPD’s Devonshire Division responded to a 911 call reporting a woman’s body found on a sidewalk in Granada Hills Wednesday afternoon. The woman’s body was discovered outside around 5:30 p.m. by a Granada Hills home near the corner of Devonshire Street and Encino Avenue, Sgt. Jeff Stahl told...

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