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Bone marrow drive hosted on campus

O'connor pictured with a small tube in her mouth getting a sample of her saliva

Nikolas Samuels

April 20, 2017

Students from two different health administration classes teamed up this semester to hold the Heroes Wanted Bone Marrow Registry Drive this week. The drive aimed to find potential matches for transplants among the CSUN community.About 400 students came through Oviatt Park over Tuesday and Wednesday to swab t...

CSUN Says: Student reactions to Travel Ban

still from interview with Arman Gabrielian

Nikolas Samuels

March 12, 2017

President Donald Trump's executive order barring people from seven Muslim countries has far reaching consequences that even affect our own CSUN community. There are students who don't feel safe seeing family because they don't feel comfortable returning home. One such student is 19-year-old Fatma...

Big turnout for ’13th’ screening

Professor leads discussion at screening

Nikolas Samuels

February 23, 2017

Black Lives Matters Leader Melina Abdullah, Ph.D., had several messages for students Wednesday afternoon in the Oviatt Library.“We have to have a conversation about how the system is set up,” she said. “I think it is a very timely conversation to have right now.”The system is set up...

VPAC hosts ‘Symphony of the Heart’ benefit concert

CSUN's state-of-the-art Valley Performing Arts Center is a cultural center for the San Fernando Valley. The Sundial / File Photo.

Nikolas Samuels

January 25, 2017

Some of the world's top performers will be at the Valley Performing Arts Center this Sunday to entertain students and the public —all for a good cause. The concert "Symphony of the Heart" will feature Rita, one of the most acclaimed singers to come out of Israel, as well as Grammy-winning artist,...

CSUN students’ expectations for Spring semester

CSUN students' expectations for Spring semester

Nikolas Samuels

January 25, 2017

The Spring semester began Monday which prompted students to think about their academic and career goals. The Sundial asked students about these goals and how they plan to achieve them this semester.

Students Show Off Talents at 15th Annual Student Showcase

Woman sings at plaza del sol

Nikolas Samuels

October 26, 2016

A spoken word poet walks from the darkness of the stage out into the spotlight. He is visibly nervous, but that doesn’t stop him from performing a riveting speech about the struggles of his childhood. After he finishes, everyone is silent for a split second, taking it all in. Then, the explosion o...

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