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Halloween Madness With CSUN Students

CSUN students shares his upcoming Halloween plans in an interview with the CSUN Sundial.

Mariah Sherriffe

November 9, 2015

The Sundial went around campus and asked students their Halloween plans and costumes for this year! See what some of your fellow peers had to say. Comment below your plans and costumes! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQ8G0HhzRgk

Behind the scenes of the entertainment industry

(Left from Right) Laurie Luh-Career Counseling/HR Consultant, Tyy Sams-Televison Production/Legal at Paramount Pictures, J. Eric Scmidt-Music Compser/ Conductor/ Orchestrator/ Teacher and Arranger for Film & Television, Latashia (Tashia) DeVeaux- Original Programming & Talent Relations at BET/Viacom, Mark Taylor- Head of Production at Dreamworks Animation, Bruce K. Rosenblum- Senior Advisor & Former Executive Vice President at Warner Bros. Media , Conrad Montgomery-Director for Current Series at Cartoon Network, Michael Ambers- Producer at Pie Town TV, and Michael Chuthakieo- VP at National Entertainment & South West Sales Pandora.

Mariah Sherriffe

November 6, 2015

Students gathered at the Grand Salon near the USU on Tuesday, Nov. 3 to have a chance to personally meet the panelists and ask questions about related topics in the industry. Entertainment Panel: Behind the Industry, was a full house and many students left with a great amount of information and inspiration...

Favorite Horror Films

Mariah Sherriffe

October 27, 2015

The Sundial had a chance to speak to a few students about what their favorite horror movies were and what they are anticipating to watch! Surprisingly, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension, was the least movie our CSUN students were excited to see and Crimson Peak was the movie they were anticipating...

L.A. Philharmonic previews show through virtual reality

Students signup to participate in the Van Beethoven virtual reality experience in front of the Matador Bookstore.

Mariah Sherriffe

October 21, 2015

Classical music and the love for Beethoven has expanded into a virtual reality experience that allows students to attend a private concert in a special designed touring truck. The L.A. Philharmonic and Walk Disney Concert Hall wanted to incorporate their latest technologies using the Oculus gear vir...

Inside the fashion industry’s creative panel

Fashion panelists spoke in front of CSUN student fashion designers, stylists and merchandisers. 
Emily Ross (far left), Angela Melero, Richard Cheng and Houman Salem lectured in the Grand Salon. (Mariah Sherriffe / The Sundial)

Mariah Sherriffe

September 23, 2015

Students and alumni gathered to enjoy an informative yet inspiring event about how to develop a fashion brand and get started in the industry. Students joined in the Grand Salon and the panelists at the event. The speakers, who were CSUN alumni provided assistance and information about the industry. R...

Television stays relevant in a high-tech world

Illustration / Julienne Shih

Mariah Sherriffe

September 13, 2015

Over the past years, television has evolved and media has expanded to the point where viewers seek other outlets for different forms of entertainment, news and politics. Subscription-based networks are a popular trend in today’s society where Netflix, Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime offer previously...

Summer Movies Favorites and Least Favorites

Summer Movies Favorites and Least Favorites

Mariah Sherriffe

September 13, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Reporter Mariah Sherriffe went to the students at CSUN and ask about their favorite and least favorites movies that hit the box office this summer! Of course many said Straight Outta Compton was the best, yet we were a little surprised to hear that student’s least...

Expectations for Matador Nights

Courtesy: University Student Union

Mariah Sherriffe

September 3, 2015

Photo booth, a galactic casino, and glitter tattoos? It can't get any better than that. The highly anticipated event of the semester is finally here. Matador Nights has arrived with yet another creative theme: the galaxy. This year, students will be stunned with many different things, such as a...

“No Major, No Problem” gathers musicians to showcase work in Hollywood

Photo credit: Mariah Sherriffe

Mariah Sherriffe

August 24, 2015

  Artists came together and celebrated new talent, new voices and created new memories at the “No major, No Problem” networking event and showcase. Indie-hip-hop artist and host Ramaj Eroc put on a networking event for unsigned artists to showcase their talent and introduce their new ...

Artists looking to connect through No Major, No Problem

Photo courtesy of Ramaj Eroc

Mariah Sherriffe

August 21, 2015

"No Major, No Problem" brings upcoming entrepreneurs and artists together in West Hollywood to introduce themselves a little bit more on a wider scale of exposure. This free event will allow rappers, singers, instrumentalist, bloggers and more to network with one another and enjoy themselves with...

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