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Alumni panel to discuss careers within health industry field

Rohit Ghosh

April 14, 2014

The ever-changing landscape of the healthcare industry in the United States has made it increasingly difficult to find a career within the field. The CSUN Alumni Association and Career Center are hosting Inside the Health Industry Panel on Wednesday where alumni will discuss current trends, topics an...

CSUN developing drones as part of mechanical engineering project

Rohit Ghosh

April 2, 2014

While use of drones has traditionally been a military function, recent improvements in technology have allowed for these unmanned aerial vehicles to invade college campuses across the nation. As experts continue to debate whether or not domestic use of drones is a step in the right direction, dozens o...

NBA must change to meet their rival, the NFL

NBA must change to meet their rival, the NFL

Rohit Ghosh

March 25, 2014

A whopping $1.17 billion on average is what NFL teams were worth as of last season, according to Forbes. Even a team in a godforsaken market like the Cleveland Browns sold for nearly $1 billion in 2012. For the NFL’s biggest competitor in the sports market, the NBA, the average value for their teams stands at...

Campus VOIP phones still unable to make 911 calls

Rohit Ghosh

March 10, 2014

The Campus Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) phones were unable to make 911 calls for the second straight day. The problem began when the Department of Police Services notified CSUN students and faculty early Monday afternoon that the campus VOIP phones, which are located on campus, will not process 9...

Media literacy panel presented to help students think critically

Media literacy panel presented to help students think critically

Rohit Ghosh

March 4, 2014

Students interested in improving their media literacy filled Nordhoff Hall for a panel discussion presented as part of Pivot TV’s Eyes Wide Open campaign The event featured experts in the media literacy field including Jaime Uzeta, senior vice president of Pivot TV, Tessa Jolls, president and CEO o...

Sundial staff pick the best and worst of Sochi 2014

Sundial staff pick the best and worst of Sochi 2014

Rohit Ghosh

February 20, 2014

Kwok Chung Chan Best of Meryl Davis and Charlie White brought the first gold medal in ice dancing to the U.S.  and broke their own world record in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Davis and White skated their short dance to the music from “My Fair Lady” and dazzled the audience by pe...

Men’s Basketball: CSUN drops late-season non-conference matchup at Idaho

Rohit Ghosh

February 19, 2014

The Matadors (13-15, 5-7 Big West) were unable to complete a successful second-half comeback as their tired legs got the best of them down the stretch in a 96-88 loss to the Idaho Vandals. Cal State Northridge continued its road woes (2-12), suffering from fatigue after four overtime games in their last...

Sundial Sports picks NBA midseason awards

Sundial Sports picks NBA midseason awards

Rohit Ghosh

February 12, 2014

With the NBA season nearing its halfway point, there is constant chatter about potential trades and mid-season awards. While these awards are nothing more than lip service for the time being, gauging who the best individual players have been thus far helps project the remainder of the season. MVP...

Women’s Water Polo: Matadors finish fifth at UCSD Invitational

Women’s Water Polo: Matadors finish fifth at UCSD Invitational

Rohit Ghosh

February 10, 2014

16th-ranked Cal State Northridge (7-3) split its four games at the Triton Invitational at UC San Diego as the Matadors placed fifth, their highest finish in the tournament to date. The team experienced a roller-coaster of emotions both Saturday and Sunday with multiple games coming down to the final ...

CSUN’s VPAC gains rank amongst other notable L.A. venues

CSUN’s VPAC gains rank amongst other notable L.A. venues

Rohit Ghosh

February 5, 2014

From construction to its inaugural curtain call in 2011, Cal State University Northridge’s Valley Performing Arts Center (VPAC) had one goal in mind, to be a factor in the concert hall culture that Los Angeles is known for around the world. As explained by Steven Thachuk, the VPAC’s interim exec...

Snubbed subs should use NBA All-Star omission as motivation

Snubbed subs should use NBA All-Star omission as motivation

Rohit Ghosh

February 3, 2014

  With the NBA just a week and half away from its 63rd annual All-Star Weekend, the bench players for the All-Star Game roster were announced. As usual, there were plenty of deserving players left off the list, and some not-so-deserving players on the list. But for young players knocking on the door...

Man shot to death near LA Valley College, suspects found

Rohit Ghosh

January 28, 2014

A male victim was found dead Saturday after a shooting in Valley Glen, near Los Angeles Valley College. The victim, Richard Zetino, 31 of Tujunga, was found in his truck across from a student parking lot at the intersection of Fulton Avenue and Burbank Boulevard. Zetino suffered from multiple gunsho...

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