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

Jamar Morris, 22, an English major was the MC at the Vocal Artillery open mic event in Santa Susana Hall on Thursday. We are getting different organizations to come together, Morris said, An oppression anywhere is a threat to everyone. Students spoke about many issues like corrupt government, high education fees and the current dilemna with food stamp cuts. Photo credit: John Saringo-Rodriguez / Photo Editor

Vocal Artillery: Your words, your weapon

Priscilla Diaz December 9, 2015
Open Mic has always had political roots, Vocal Artillery offers students a place to express themselves and engage in discussion about marginalized communities and the topics that affect them.
Brandon Duncan a.k.a Tiny Doo, Dr. Cornel West, and Aaron Harvey opened up the floor for questions regarding their experiences as well as questions about organizing and activism. Photo credit: Priscilla Diaz

Cornel West discusses race, policies in Southeast San Diego

Priscilla Diaz December 7, 2015
West discussed the criminalization of Black and Brown communities
Wesley Williams, 22, is the Black Male Initiative president, a student organization that focuses on the achievement and empowerment of black males through mentorship, guidance and updates on available resources. Photo credit: Priscilla Diaz

Why can’t CSUN graduate its African-American male students

Priscilla Diaz October 27, 2015
Even though African American males make up only five percent of the CSUN population their graduation rate has only increased by less than two percent in the last recorded decade.
Some costumes that are displayed in the Costume House.

Inexpensive Halloween costume stores

Priscilla Diaz October 11, 2015
Check out costume shops in the valley for ideas and a potential Halloween outfit
Little Damien, 2, and his parents, Caelan McElligott, 22 year old credential student, and Miguel Cuevas, 23. Photo credit: Priscilla Diaz

Cooling Off “Under the Sea” at this years Family Fun Zone

Priscilla Diaz September 26, 2015
The University Student Union sets up an annual event targeted towards CSUN families that offer them a variety of free activities and food while enjoying a nice evening on campus.
CSUNs pond holds a capacity to hold about 40-50 turtles. About 400-500 red slider turtles live in CSUNs pond according to biology students.

CSUN’s pond gets a renovation

Priscilla Diaz September 22, 2015
The invasion of CSUN's pond by turtles and ducks has resulted in mechanical failure, and Physical Plant Management is launching an initiative to clean up and renovate CSUN's pond.
Members of METALab have a free discussion during one of their meetings. The new visual lab has moved towards promoting off-campus, interdisciplinary work opportunities for students. Photo credit: Giovanni Garcia

METALab: Innovation through art and technology

Priscilla Diaz September 5, 2015
CSUN's newest organization prepares its students with real world exposure and necessary job experience.
File Photo/ The Sundial

Matador Nights is back with a space theme

Priscilla Diaz September 2, 2015
From its humble beginnings to its current success, Matador Nights returns with the promise of intergalactic fun.
File Photo / The Sundial

Start of the semester clubs for students

Priscilla Diaz August 26, 2015
If you’re looking to get involved in CSUN groups (including clubs, organizations, fraternities and sororities) make sure to check out Meet the Clubs on Sept. 1 and 2 to learn more about individual meeting and important event dates.
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