The Sundial

Winter fashion trends 2011

Sarah Lorsch

December 8, 2011

Fashion makes the world go round, and with winter around the corner, it’s time to revamp the wardrobe. If you’re lucky enough to not have spent all of your funds on tuition, perhaps you can even purchase a new piece or two to add to the fashion collection that is your wardrobe. With that, let the...

Green fashion provides creative outlet for CSUN student

Green fashion provides creative outlet for CSUN student

Sarah Lorsch

December 1, 2011

Sauntering down the hallway in black, with a later-to-be discussed vintage black jacket decorated with gold sequins and beads, Jessica Bley, CSUN apparel design and merchandising major, stood with confidence and a smile that never disappeared. Ever since she was a little girl, fashion was her top...

Rejecting the Freshman 15: how to stay healthy at CSUN

Sarah Lorsch

November 8, 2011

As if starting college isn’t stressful enough, for years freshman have dreaded gaining 15 pounds their first year away at school. But, according to new studies, that fear is overblown - by about 10 pounds. “Being a dietitian, I thrive on keeping abreast on the latest nutrition studies,” said...

UCLA professor to discuss Occupy Wall Street movement at CSUN

Sarah Lorsch

November 7, 2011

The Occupy Wall Street protest will be discussed by historian, author, and UCLA professor Robin D.G. Kelley, Thursday, Nov. 10 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in Cypress Hall 158. “Robin (Kelley) had been invited to come to campus in early fall and we were trying to work out a date for him to speak and then...

Best Halloween costumes of 2011

Sarah Lorsch

October 26, 2011

Halloween is coming up, and, yes, it’s on a Monday, but promised parties the weekend before should allow just enough excitement for costume purchases and creations to sky rocket as usual. Costumes can soar to unimaginable prices and on a college-student budget you can either save up for a few mont...

Gov. Brown vetoes cell phone search warrant bill

Gov. Brown vetoes cell phone search warrant bill

Sarah Lorsch

October 10, 2011

A bill that would have required police officers to obtain search warrant before examining the contents of a person’s cell phone was vetoes by Gov. Brown Sunday, Oct. 9. In a veto message posted on the governor’s website, he wrote: “The courts are better suited to resolve the complex and case...

CSUN Campus Ministry Organization offers prayer for students

Sarah Lorsch

October 9, 2011

CSUN’s Campus Ministry Organization welcomes visitors and newcomers to visit them at a tent outside the Matador Bookstore every day this week, and every Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in following weeks. The Campus Ministry Organization’s purpose is to give students on campus a chance to receive...

CSUN Student Health Center offers inexpensive massage therapy, acupuncture and chiropractic care

Sarah Lorsch

October 5, 2011

While surrounding masseuses, chiropractors and acupuncturists may be unaware of their potential competition only a few blocks away, the CSUN Klotz Health Center tries to make students aware of the savings and alternative medicine available. At the Health Center acupuncture is $10 for a half hour,...

Top five 2011 Fall shows to watch

Sarah Lorsch

September 22, 2011

“Bones” is back for season seven and if you haven’t tuned in yet, there is no time like the present. The show revolves around the Jeffersonian Forensic and Science lab where, top forensic anthropologist, Temperance Brenan (nicknamed Bones) works with her team to examine possible murder victims. P...

B.o.B, The Cataracs and Dev headline Big Show 11

Sarah Lorsch

September 21, 2011

The upcoming Big Show 11 will feature performing artists B.o.B, The Cataracs and Dev on Oct. 1 in front of the Oviatt Library. Audience attendance is expected to increased from last year’s approximately 9,000 people to 12,000 people for this year’s Big Show, said Dinia Sepulveda, assistant to the e...

Poetry Slam team to hold auditions and open mic

Sarah Lorsch

September 20, 2011

CSUN’s regional champion Poetry Slam team, will be hosting auditions and an open mic, in the Games Room, under the fitness center, Wednesday, 8-10 p.m. “There will be comedians, singing, dancing, rapping, a lot of poetry and anything else creative the students can think of,” said Samantha Liu,...

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