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

Museum intern, Amelia Castaneda, 27, looks at a photograph at the Museum of Social Justice for the Civil Rights Movement L.A. Exhibition on October 17. Photo Credit: Pablo Estrada

Civil Rights Movement Exhibition Opens in Los Angeles

Pilar De Haro October 30, 2015

Down the narrow stairs of the basement inside the Los Angeles Methodist Church are a series of little-known black and white photographs of the civil rights movement in LA. The photographs are part of “The...

A Dia de los Muertos

Facts to know about Dia de los Muertos

Pilar De Haro October 26, 2015

Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican celebration that some people tend confuse with Halloween. Although the days fall close together, Halloween and Dia de los Muertos are culturally different....

Students walking to their dorms at CSUN. Photo credit: File Photo/The Sundial

5 years of reported sexual assaults at CSUN

Pilar De Haro October 20, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]26 sexual assaults on campus were reported to the CSUN Police Department in the last five years, according to crime log data from CSUN PD. However, a 2007 study from...

A finished sope topped with meat, lettuce, tomatoes and sour cream.

Recipes for Dia de los Muertos

Pilar De Haro October 11, 2015

Mexican Dishes for Dia de los Muertos 1) Sopes of ground beef and beans (Soft tostadas topped with meats and veggies) Ingredients: 1 pound of Ground beef Chopped garlic Chopped onion Garlic...

Chart labeled: The Number of Imprisoned 18-34 Year Olds in 2014

The highest imprisonment rates in the world

Pilar De Haro October 6, 2015

The Obama administration will allow certain qualifying prisoners to attain college degrees through a pilot Pell Grant program announced in late July. The first-ever partnership with Goucher College’s...

Graphs that reads, CSUN Women in Computer Science

The gender gap in code

Pilar De Haro September 22, 2015

Technology-driven jobs in engineering and computer science are providing more than 80 percent of all employment in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, according to a 2013 survey report...

CSUN police officers tell Diego Massimo (left) that his group Stop Mass Incarceration, needs a permit to distribute literature on campus. Photo credit: Leni Maiai

Group against police brutality warned for permit-less distribution of fliers at CSUN

Pilar De Haro September 18, 2015

A Los Angeles-based advocacy group raising student awareness against police brutality were warned by CSUN police Thursday afternoon near Sierra Walk about their permit-use to organize on campus.After speaking...

CSUN student, Natalie Cristales, uses the new scooter around campus. Photo credit: Pilar De Haro

Tech Tuesday: ‘Hover-boards’

Pilar De Haro September 9, 2015

A new trend has hit CSUN and students are rolling with it.A new self balancing two-wheeled scooter is being used by students as one of the newest forms of transportation.According to PhunkeeDucks, a popularized...

Medieval English texts like this are now easier to analyze thanks to CSUN English Professor Scott Kleinmans software program Lykos, which he created himself. Kleinman believes learning digital skills like coding gives students an edge in the workplace. Photo credit: Pilar De Haro

The emergence of coding in English classes at CSUN

Pilar De Haro August 29, 2015

Within CSUN's digital archives are documents filled with handwritten Medieval calligraphy. Students in CSUN Professor Scott Kleinman’s digital humanities class use these preserved files to interpret...

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