The Sundial

Thefts, burglaries, vandalism occurred during spring break

Pete D. Camarillo

April 15, 2014

April 14, 2014- Theft of Personal Property The investigation continues for someone who stole a cellphone from a bench, at the Student Recreation Center around 6 p.m. April 13, 2014- Motor Vehicle Burglary The investigation continues for an unknown suspect who broke into a car secured within the G3 par...

Redskins can have Desean Jackson’s “all me” attitude

Redskins can have Desean Jackson’s “all me” attitude

Pete D. Camarillo

April 2, 2014

  Desean Jackson officially signed a 3-year, $24 million contract with the Washington Redskins yesterday. Jackson’s deal comes a week after the Redskins’ NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles released Jackson, despite the best season of his career. In 2013, Jackson racked up more than a 1,000 yards recievin...

Brief: Video game panel to showcase CSUN alumni

Pete D. Camarillo

March 19, 2014

CSUN alumni will share insight into the video game career pathways for students, faculty and alumni on March 26 at the Plaza Del Sol.  From 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., students can attend the event to find out more about the future of the video game industry. Jim Martin, a CSUN alumni...

The good, bad and ugly of the NFL offseason

The good, bad and ugly of the NFL offseason

Pete D. Camarillo

March 17, 2014

Last Tuesday marked the beginning of the NFL fiscal year and opening of the arms race known as free agency, where teams are able to court players who have outlasted their contracts. This free agency period has seen player movement unlike any period before it. Seventy players moved within the first...

Men’s Basketball: Matadors conclude regular season with win on senior night

Men’s Basketball: Matadors conclude regular season with win on senior night

Pete D. Camarillo

March 7, 2014

The Matadors (15-7, 7-9 Big West) finished off regular-season play with an impressive 91-83 defeat of the Long Beach State 49ers (13-15, 9-6 Big West) in front of a crowded Matadome Thursday on senior night. Senior Guard Josh Greene, the holder of seven matador records, was able to defeat the 49ers i...

Unified We Serve talks ‘TRASH’ and promotes sustainability awareness

Unified We Serve talks ‘TRASH’ and promotes sustainability awareness

Pete D. Camarillo

March 4, 2014

Students participated in activities to promote awareness of sustainability on campus and their everyday lives, at the Let’s Talk TRASH (Together Rise and Serve Humanity) event held at the USU yesterday. Unified We Serve transformed the USU into a festival of sustainability. Booths lined the P...

Tablet initiative expanding in number of students, more majors soon

Tablet initiative expanding in number of students, more majors soon

Pete D. Camarillo

March 4, 2014

Corrections: Students can check out iPads at the library for free, not rent them. The iPad initiative is trying to connect to the e-text initiative, not e-tech. The MyCSUNtablet initiative grew in number of students in its second full semester of installation. The number of students enrolled in...

College stars’ stocks rise, fall at NFL Combine

College stars’ stocks rise, fall at NFL Combine

Pete D. Camarillo

February 26, 2014

  NFL general managers, scouts and media flocked to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis this past weekend to watch the top 300 NFL prospects compete in a series of athletic tests, interviews, medical exams, and interviews. The annual NFL Scouting combine began last Thursday, as the top collegi...

Michael Sam faces even more challenges following combine

Michael Sam faces even more challenges following combine

Pete D. Camarillo

February 24, 2014

Michael Sam is one of 300 prospects chasing a dream in the NFL. Sam aims to chase opposing quarterbacks on Sunday, and tackle a homophobic NFL culture in the process. Sam was an All-American defensive end for the Missouri Tigers. He recorded 11 sacks on his way to winning the Associated Press S...

Softball: CSUN salvages weekend performance with pair of wins

Softball: CSUN salvages weekend performance with pair of wins

Pete D. Camarillo

February 18, 2014

  The Matadors (5-5) suffered three crushing losses in the Easton Desert Tournament this weekend, but salvaged the weekend with two victories. The Matadors’ weekend in Las Vegas was highlighted by a 12-2 victory against the Boise State Broncos (4-6) Friday. Freshman Katie Hooper hit two ...

CSUNopoly event helps students learn about finances with unique format

CSUNopoly event helps students learn about finances with unique format

Pete D. Camarillo

February 11, 2014

The fourth annual CSUNopoly provided students information about saving money in college, and transformed the USU into a clever board game styled event reminiscent of Monopoly. Students collected information and handouts from tables around the board game themed USU. The booths were colored to create the nostalgic feel of Monopoly properties. Ex...

Softball: CSUN leaves desert tourney with winning record

Softball: CSUN leaves desert tourney with winning record

Pete D. Camarillo

February 11, 2014

  The Matadors showcased balanced hitting and strong pitching as they opened their season with  three victories at the Kajikawa Classic this past weekend. CSUN finished the weekend with 3-2 in the desert tournament hosted annually by the Arizona State Sun Devils. CSUN batted a combined .329...

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