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

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Suspect with knife reported on campus

Samantha Gullikson February 7, 2017

On Tuesday morning, the CSUN Police Department transferred a call from the LAPD that reported a suspect on campus with a knife. According to Christina Villalobos, special assistant to the chief of police,...

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Second lawsuit during Trump’s presidency

Samantha Gullikson January 31, 2017

Both the state of Washington and the city of San Francisco have announced lawsuits against President Donald Trump this week.Bob Ferguson, Washington's attorney general, announced Monday that he'd be filing...

President of associated students speaks about the proposal to increase CSUN tuition

Town Hall allows for post-inaugural discussion

Samantha Gullikson January 30, 2017

A Campus Town Hall meeting is being held on Jan. 31 to bring students together for a discussion on "coming together during times of uncertainty."The Town Hall, which takes place from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m....

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Trauma via training

Samantha Gullikson January 20, 2017

Since spring 2015, CSUN has required mandatory online training on sexual assault and prevention for its students. For most, it comes as an annoyance, but since their class schedule depends on it, they...

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Crime Blotter December 5-11

Samantha Gullikson December 13, 2016

Tuesday, Dec. 6- Two residents of UPA 19 were referred for disciplinary action for alcohol law violations.- A fire alarm on the first floor of UPA 10 was falsely activated by an unknown suspect.- A secured...

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Sixth sexual assault reported this semester

Samantha Gullikson December 8, 2016

On Dec. 3, a victim came forward to report that on Nov. 24, 2015, they had been raped at the University Park Apartments.This is the sixth sexual assault reported this semester but is the only one that...

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Crime Blotter November 28 – December 4

Samantha Gullikson December 6, 2016

Monday, November 28- A secured bicycle was stolen from outside UPA 9.- A resident of UPA 16 was referred for drug and alcohol violations.- A victim reported that a cell phone he left unattended in a bathroom...

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It’s On Us campaign aims to raise bystander awareness nationally

Samantha Gullikson December 2, 2016

It’s On Us is a national campaign that strives to raise bystander awareness and prevention of sexual assaults. The campaign invites everyone to sign a pledge to not be a bystander and to make a personal...

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Crime Blotter for November 21-28

Samantha Gullikson November 28, 2016

Monday, Nov. 21A victim reported that her parking permit and some clothing were stolen from her vehicle. The victim isn't sure whether the crime occurred on campus or at her residence and if the car was...

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Blue light emergency boxes not often used by campus community

Samantha Gullikson November 21, 2016

Many students have seen the blue emergency light boxes scattered all throughout the campus, but a majority of those who see them every day have not used one.According to Christina Villalobos, public information...

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Crime Blotter November 14-20

Samantha Gullikson November 21, 2016

Monday, Nov. 14 - It was reported that an unknown suspect became verbally disruptive in Live Oak Hall when he was questioned by staff about why he was opening several doors. Tuesday, Nov. 15 -...

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CSUN’s favorite contraceptives

Samantha Gullikson November 21, 2016

For many of students who are pursuing a higher education, a baby may not be in the cards. Students are working towards degrees, many of them have jobs on top of going to school, and a lot of college students...

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