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EOP Free Speech Event highlights our right to self-expression

Michael Erazo October 23, 2014

Our First Amendment right will be in full display at the upcoming EOP Free Speech Event for CSUN students, faculty and staff, in the form of a platform to freely express thoughts, views and opinions in...

Vulnerability of Earth’s oceans, climate highlighted at annual symposium

Stephanie McMillan, award-winning journalist and political cartoonist, elaborated on everything wrong with capitalists in a slideshow presentation featuring the colorful commentary in her political cartoons. Michael Erazo/The Sundial.
Michael Erazo October 15, 2014

The Cal State Northridge Institute for Sustainability on Tuesday used their annual symposium to urge students to view the ocean as a blank canvass, colored, for better or worse, by decisions made in...

National Coming Out Day celebrates identity

The Pride Center located at CSUN has hosted an event called National Coming Out Day to show support for the local LGBT community featuring games, snacks, arts/craft, and live entertainment. Photo Credit: David J. Hawkins/Sundial
Michael Erazo October 10, 2014

  >>CORRECTION: The original version of this story incorrectly listed Craft Corner as a coaster making workshop. CSUN celebrated National Coming Out Day in what resembled a carnival...

Open mic night welcomes poetry, spoken word and music from students

Michael Erazo September 15, 2014

The lobby of Santa Susana Hall shook as it was engulfed in the sound of hip hop, poetry and the words of students Thursday night. It was the first open mic event of the fall 2014 semester held by Vocal...

Author gives words of advice to incoming CSUN freshman class

CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison addresses the 2014-15 freshman class during the Freshman Convocation ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014 on Oviatt Lawn. Photo Credit: Alex Vejar/ The Sundial
Michael Erazo September 5, 2014

  CSUN President Dianne Harrison began the 2014 Freshman Convocation ceremony by congratulating students for taking the first step in fulfilling their dream and offered advice regarding their...

Students, community gather to watch ‘Superbad’ at final Summer Movie Fest

The feature film Superbad was shown on the screen in front of the Oviatt Library on Thursday, August, 28, 2014 in Northridge, Calif. Photo Credit: David J. Hawkins/Sundial
Michael Erazo August 29, 2014

As summer draws to a close so does CSUN's third annual Summer Movie Fest. The final movie shown yesterday was the R-rated film “Superbad.” Every Thursday during the summer the Associated Students...

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