The Sundial

Facebook study shows where friendships start

Reanna Delgadillo

November 8, 2010

Freshman Adam Weisberger said he has met many people since beginning his first year of college at CSUN. “Most of them actually are in my dorm or in my classes,” Weisberger said. Weisberger, 18, said he has mostly met his friends in his general education classes. The biology major said he...

Students prepare to protest tuition increase at Chancellor’s office in Long Beach

Reanna Delgadillo

November 7, 2010

This week the Cal State University (CSU) system will meet on Tuesday and Wednesday in Long Beach at the Chancellor’s office to discuss and vote on the budget for the next academic year. The vote will also include an increase in tuition and enrollment. Michael Uhlenkamp, CSU director of Media Relations...

Good Charlotte plays on new stage at Universal City Walk

Reanna Delgadillo

November 5, 2010

Pop- punk band Good Charlotte played to an energetic crowd Thursday night at the unveiling of the new City Walk stage. Fans started lining up well before 6 p.m. for the 8 p.m. concert. The concert was free to the public as part of the new “Plugged In” concert series put on by Universal. This concert...

Enrollment, classes and services to open up for students

Reanna Delgadillo

November 1, 2010

With the recent budget signed by the governor of California, some CSU campuses are now able to open enrollment again to allow more students to apply. While CSUN is not reopening admissions, the money from government funds is now revealed after a three-month wait for the budget to be signed. “Northridge...

Study shows economy worries students

Reanna Delgadillo

October 28, 2010

The recent economic downfall has severely affected senior Erik Maynard’s craft of music. “As a musician, I’ve noticed a lot less gig opportunities and I’ve had to change my tactics as far as making money,” he said. Maynard, 21, jazz studies major, said he has turned to website design to make extra...

Students raise breast cancer awareness at USU’s weekly Craft Corner

Reanna Delgadillo

October 17, 2010

The USU honored Breast Cancer Awareness Month through its weekly Craft Corner where students were able to make bracelets and buttons to help raise awareness of the deadly disease that affects women and men across the world. According to the American Cancer Society (ACS) there will be 207,090 new c...

Freshmen admission to decrease in the of Fall 2011

Reanna Delgadillo

October 13, 2010

The Undergraduate Studies program has taken on the task of reducing the number of first time freshmen by declaring impaction. CSUN, along with many other CSU’s, are enforcing new eligibility requirements for high school graduates who wish to come to CSUN for the Fall 2011 semester. “Impacting...

LGBT community harrassed, according to Campus Pride study

Reanna Delgadillo

October 10, 2010

Junior Martel Okonji, 21, said he came to CSUN without any support group. “I came here with no support, no friends, anything,” said the sociology major. He said all that changed when he learned about the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Alliance (LGBTA) on campus. Okonji said he received...

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Reanna Delgadillo

October 7, 2010

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The benefits of living on campus

Reanna Delgadillo

September 27, 2010

While it is easier and more comfortable in your own home, living in the dorms has its advantages by letting the student live the true college experience. Cal State Northridge is known for being major commuter school Therfore CSUN students struggle with making new friends. We all have that fear the night before school that everyone is going to know everyone else and we will ne...

Bayanihan Philippine National Dance Company comes to CSUN

Reanna Delgadillo

September 23, 2010

CSUN is welcoming the Bayanihan Philippine National Dance Company for a one-night performance of dazzling costumes and dance routines Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. at the Plaza del Sol Performance Hall in the University Student Union (USU). Pamela Bock, director of marketing and strategic communications for ...

First-elected student body president leaves his mark

Reanna Delgadillo

September 23, 2010

Frank St. Denis attended San Fernando State College at a time when the price per unit was only $29 and there were only 1,000 students enrolled. St. Denis was involved with the Sunburst yearbook and the Daily Sundial. Because he was already involved in so many projects on campus, his fellow classmates encouraged him to run for president of Associated S...

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