The Sundial

Investiture Ceremony to be held in honor of President Dianne Harrison

ReAnne Rogers

May 10, 2013

On May 17 at 11 a.m. an Investiture Ceremony of President Dianne F. Harrison will be held in honor of her role at the university. California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White will present Harrison with the Presidential Medallion, according to the investiture website. The medallion symbolizes her responsibilities to the university. The event will be h...

Grad students do research, work with autistic children at CSUN autism clinic

Grad students do research, work with autistic children at CSUN autism clinic

ReAnne Rogers

May 7, 2013

On the corner of Zelzah and Nordhoff Street, hidden behind the G4 parking structure lies Monterey Hall, a brick building that houses CSUN’s autism clinic. Graduate students pursuing their master’s degrees in behavioral clinical psychology conduct research to further their studies in autism. ...

Political science department lets students ask judges questions on court system

ReAnne Rogers

April 24, 2013

The department of political science is giving students a chance to ask questions on the justice system to a few judges from the Los Angeles Superior Court system on Thursday in the USU Grand Salon. Judges from Van Nuys, San Fernando and Chatsworth courts will be present to answer questions from 7 p.m. unti...

On-campus book drive helps Africa-based children’s charity

On-campus book drive helps Africa-based children’s charity

ReAnne Rogers

April 16, 2013

A CSUN graduate student is making a difference in Africa without having to leave the San Fernando Valley through an organization called Books for Africa, to donate books to schools in Africa that are lacking the supplies for students to effectively learn. English graduate student and teaching associa...

A.S. considers making bicyclists, skateboarders dismount

ReAnne Rogers

April 16, 2013

CSUN Associated Students is advocating for new regulations that will affect bicyclists and skateboarders after reviewing the rise in injuries caused by riders from 2011 to 2012. The A.S. senate approved the resolution on March 22 without opposition. “We just want to make sure all students are sa...

Tips on cleaning up your place before spring break

ReAnne Rogers

April 2, 2013

Former dorm resident Chris Sanchez, 21, a senior psychology major used to go home for the entire spring break when he lived on campus. “I found it easier to have everything clean when I would leave,” Sanchez said. “I might not be there for a week so I might as well clean. I didn’t feel like...

H.O.P.E. Fellowship celebrates Jesus Week

ReAnne Rogers

March 24, 2013

Starting Monday, H.O.P.E. Fellowship will host Jesus Week, where they will fellowship with their peers in hopes of strengthening faith in God and providing students with resources. H.O.P.E. stands for hope, opportunity, purpose and encouragement. “The purpose of Jesus Week is to exemplify the love...

CSUN hosts annual Take Back the Night event

ReAnne Rogers

March 20, 2013

The Women’s Resource and Research Center will be hosting the 10th annual Take Back the Night rally on Thursday at 6 p.m. Students, student groups, and activists will meet at the University Student Union Plaza Del Sol where they will rally together to protest violence against women. As explained ...

Graduation and commencement ceremonies can get costly for students

ReAnne Rogers

March 18, 2013

Graduating students who want to participate in May’s commencement ceremonies may face high costs to receive their diploma on stage. The first step that a student must take in order to graduate is to pay for the  graduation application after being approved by advisers. Admissions and records is responsible fo...

Obama’s revised Violence Against Women Act to protect more groups

ReAnne Rogers

March 12, 2013

President Obama made a move to protect more victims of violence by announcing on March 7 that he would sign the Violence Against Women Act, which would add coverage for gays, lesbians, transgender people, immigrants and Native Americans who were previously not included in its protections. The act...

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