The Sundial

Bicycles are favorite for CSUN students

Sahil Shah

May 6, 2009

With summer around the corner many CSUN students, faculty and staff are keeping cars at home and buffing up their bikes to take on a nice ride to and from campus. Students who're riding their bikes to school aren't only taking advantage of the pleasant weather the Los Angeles area has been experiencing du...

In case of emergency

Sahil Shah

April 29, 2009

The CSUN Department of Police Services held an Emergency Preparedness and Crime Prevention Expo on Cleary Walk across from University Hall yesterday for students to come out and see many different crime prevention and emergency preparedness exhibitors and vendors. 'This is the third year in a row we ...

CSUN Earth Day Fair

Sahil Shah

April 23, 2009

CSUN Associated Students (A.S.) celebrated Earth Day by joining with 30 clubs and organizations who were out to promote healthy living and environmental awareness by sharing tips on going green, selling healthy foods and having students participate in environmental friendly games. Director of Clubs ...

Love you more today than yesterday

Sahil Shah

April 22, 2009

A three-two count, bases loaded with two outs and San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito is one strike away from a complete game. Next up to bat 'hellip; Babe Ruth? Or how about a three-two count, two outs and Los Angeles Dodgers ace Sandy Koufax one strike away from a perfect game?' Next up to bat...

The cookies for college students

Sahil Shah

April 17, 2009

There is a cookie company for students with a sweet tooth who have spare change in their pockets or backpacks and are looking to get rid of it. What if I told you that you can have a freshly baked cookie right out of the oven for less than a dollar, or that you could get three freshly baked cookies f...

Pedestrian deaths lead to increase in traffic law enforcement

Sahil Shah

March 29, 2009

The CSUN Department of Police Services has always enforced traffic laws around campus, citing students for speeding, rolling through stop signs or not following directions at a yield sign. However in 2009 the San Fernando Valley has already seen 10 deaths regarding pedestrians and automobile drivers n...

School spirit at least for a day

Sahil Shah

March 22, 2009

Even though it wasn't noon yet the walls of the Pub were packed wall to wall with people. Despite it being hard to move the campus community was yelling and cheering in excitement for the men's basketball team as they played the first round in the NCAA Tournament. 'It's exciting we're on the edge of o...

VOTING BY PRECINCT

Sahil Shah

March 22, 2009

CSUN may have found a new and innovative way to help increase voter turnout in this years Associated Students elections, which has gone through some difficulties in the past three attempts. Mazen Hafez, director of elections said they hope to increase voter turnout by implementing different precincts...

Interns wanted

Sahil Shah

March 5, 2009

With the current economic downturn many companies are looking to cut costs by laying off full-time employees and hiring entry-level interns who can do the same job for free. However, this has made internships more difficult to obtain for students looking to break into the work force specific to their...

Students take advantage of Tech Fest

Sahil Shah

March 1, 2009

The CSUN Career Center held the Spring 2009 Tech Fest in Plaza Del Sol on Wednesday for engineering students looking for an opportunity to gather information about various companies that spark their interest and to establish contacts for future networks. Companies ranged from the Los Angeles Departmen...

Craigslist ad leads CSUN police to bike predator

Sahil Shah

February 25, 2009

The CSUN Police Department caught a big break after learning a stolen bicycle reported by a student was found on Craigslist.com, leading them one step closer to a thief. Former CSUN student Wilber Ibarra was arrested Feb. 9, after the victim had called police after seeing his stolen bike for sale onli...

Dorm security measures

Sahil Shah

February 19, 2009

About eight years ago, CSUN's community witnessed a shooting around the dorms at a graduation party that had police and security forces revaluate their plans on dorm security. A community police program was implemented under CSUN Police Chief Anne Glavin when she stepped into her role to help prevent ...

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