The Sundial

Police work to slow campus traffic

Melissa Chua December 6, 2006

A campaign to increase traffic safety for drivers and pedestrians on campus will be conducted starting this week due to recent vehicular and pedestrian-related accidents. "Project P.E.D., which stands...

Disney: Where children live happily ever after

Melissa Chua December 4, 2006

There is something about Disney that puts a smile on people's faces. Disney has captured the hearts of many people of all ages and races, male and female, mainly because of its entertaining movies and...

Hookah: popular but dangerous habit

Melissa Chua December 4, 2006

As hookah smoking becomes a bigger trend among college students, many are unaware of its harmful effects on health. "Regardless of how you smoke tobacco, whether it is through a cigarette, cigar, or a...

Racism still takes place today, we just don’t hear about it

Melissa Chua November 29, 2006

Growing up, many of us have been taught the saying, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me." We can say that all we want, but names do hurt, especially when they are provoked...

B.S. in nursing waiting on approval

Melissa Chua November 20, 2006

A proposed accelerated bachelor of science in nursing program is waiting for approval from the California State Board of Registered Nursing, hopefully by the end of spring 2007, said professor and nursing...

Fear of loneliness causes loveless relationships

Melissa Chua November 1, 2006

It has come to my realization just recently that there are plenty of people in relationships who lack love for each other or even the interest, whether it is physical or emotional. Some people wonder...

Traffic worse Tuesdays and Thursdays

Melissa Chua October 24, 2006

On Tuesday and Thursday mornings, even halfway through the semester, traffic continues to be a real problem especially in the B3 parking structure. There's always extra traffic control during the first...

Business junior dies of lupus

Melissa Chua October 12, 2006

International business junior Cindy Chong passed away Sept. 10 at Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center at the age of 20. She was diagnosed with lupus her senior year of high school in 2004. Members...

Debate team has SF victory

Melissa Chua October 2, 2006

CSUN's speech and debate team came back from UC Berkeley with their first victory of the fall semester. Brandi Lawless, president of the speech and debate team, placed second in the open individual events...

Clubbing not open invitation to sexual harassment

Melissa Chua October 2, 2006

Going to a club on a Friday night as a young and single woman is like setting yourself up to be touched, grabbed and fondled repeatedly by various sexually-driven men. I hate going to clubs particularly...

New organizations surface at CSUN

Melissa Chua September 19, 2006

With the hope of new experiences at CSUN, this fall semester is ushering in about 20 to 25 new clubs and organizations in addition to the existing 240. "People need more clubs (to build) a community ?...

CSUN sciences receive $1.9 mil

Melissa Chua September 11, 2006

Cal State Northridge has received a four-year grant worth $1.9 million from the National Institutes of Health to support students specifically interested in pursuing a career in the sciences. "The grant's...

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