The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

Karen Swift speaks at the podium

Metro proposes improved Northridge station

Nathalie Ramirez May 5, 2017
Proposing a relocation feasibility study, the Metro team dealt with mixed criticism from the Northridge community.
A panel of students for project D.A.T.E lead a discussion about ending rape culture

Project D.A.T.E hosts discussion to end rape culture

Nathalie Ramirez April 29, 2017
Panelists take on solutions to cope with rape culture.
Professor Xochitl-Flores-Marcial pictured smiling

New Chicano/a Studies Course in the Fall provides students with internship opportunities

Nathalie Ramirez April 27, 2017
More than just a class, Chicano Studies 495 HM: History of Mesoamerican Literate Societies, will provide internship and community opportunities for students
CSUN A Better Future candidates Jonathan Goldenberg(left) and Zahraa Khuraibeh(right) are the winning A.S. president and vice president for the 2017 Spring election. Photo credit: Nathalie Ramirez

CSUN A Better Future wins at Associated Students elections

Nathalie Ramirez April 13, 2017
Jonathan Goldenberg and Zahraa Khuraibeh selected as president and vice president of A.S.
Half of the CCDC team at the club, including Christian Hernandez(far left) and Danielle Yamame (far right) speaking to the president, Rafael, over the phone after the club meeting on Monday night. Photo credit: Nathalie Ramirez

Meet the future guardians of the cyber world

Nathalie Ramirez April 12, 2017
Layer 8 Computer Security club train vigorously to represent CSUN at the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition
photo shows the aftermath of the battle of Kobani with a destroyed car pictured on top of a collapsed structure

Trump orders military strike on Syria

Nathalie Ramirez April 6, 2017
After witnessing the gas attack in Syria that affected innocent civilians and children, Trump was prompted to take action.
people on stilts walk past the locomotive cafe

Canoga Park goes green for 14th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Nathalie Ramirez March 18, 2017
Canoga Park celebrates its annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Students walk in honor of Jose Luis Vargas

Remembrance Walk honors the man behind EOP

Nathalie Ramirez March 17, 2017
Attendees recall Jose Luis Vargas' impact and mentorship at Remembrance Walk.
two students pose for a picture in the pride center

Pride Center hosts event to create safe space for trans students

Nathalie Ramirez February 28, 2017
An open discussion was held after Donald Trump rescinds bathroom bill.
sign located on CSUN campus reads, the UDWPE is changing

UDWPE changes coming in March

Nathalie Ramirez February 27, 2017
Students should look out for some changes to the UDWPE exam.
woman gives a presentation on the topic of eating disorders and trauma

Understanding trauma and eating disorders

Nathalie Ramirez February 21, 2017

CSUN students learned about trauma and eating disorders through the "Coping with Trauma: Hope Through Understanding" workshop sponsored by Joint Advocates on Disordered Eating (JADE), which featured Paria...

The Museum of Broken Relationships offers events, workshops, gift shops, and exhibits that display items from past relationships. Photo credit: Nathalie Ramirez

Singles mingle at the anti-Valentine’s Day party

Nathalie Ramirez February 16, 2017
The Museum of Broken Hearts hosted a party for people who wanted an anti-corny Valentine's Day
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