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Man charged in CSUN student’s death to appear in court

Man accused of killing CSUN student schedule to appear in court in Dec. 18

Hearing to decide status of man accused in Abdullah Alkadi’s death

A preliminary hearing will determine if Agustin Rosendo Fernandez will stand trial for the alleged murder of Abdullah Alkadi

Associated Students meeting wrap-up

CSUN Associated Students further solidified its stance on providing a smoke and tobacco-free campus when it unanimously voted on Monday morning, to rescind a...

President Harrison delivers fall welcome address

Enrollment, social justice, sustainability and CSUN’s status as a smoke-and tobacco-free campus were just some of the topics raised by university President Dianne F....

Event for transferring students lends a hand to help find the...

CSUN Raza Transfer Day, hosted on May 2 by the Chicano/a Graduate Student Association, is an event held each year with the hope of...

Water usage at CSUN comes into question as drought persists

With a student population numbering this semester at over 36,000 students, the very notion of water conservation on campus may seem far-fetched — even...

Campus gets acquainted with CSUN PD’s K-9 unit

The CSUN Department of Police Services hosted a multi-agency police dog demonstration where members of the public and CSUN students got to meet and pet...

Garcetti announces earthquake initiative in State of the City Address at...

LA Mayor Eric Garcetti announces earthquake, mass transit initiatives but declines to discuss impending strike as city workers protest outside of the Valley Performing Arts Center Tuesday.

Tommy Lasorda stops by CSUN for meet-and-greet

Los Angeles Dodger legend graces Matador Field

MEChA encourages higher education with 17th annual Raza Youth Conference

For a time, graduating high school and going to college was the last thing on Kevin Herrera and Bryant Sandoval’s minds. Herrera, an 11th grader...

HealthCare.gov tax form mistake will not prevent students from receiving federal...

CSUN's financial aid office tells the Sundial how the HealthCare.gov tax error effects student's financial aid.

LGBTQ Awareness training may be revamped due to low attendance

Although Tuesday morning’s Pride Center LGBTQ Awareness training session saw zero attendance by CSUN students, Sarina Loeb, Pride Center and LGBTQ initiatives coordinator, encourages...
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