The Sundial

Students test items in radiation lab on campus

Students test items in radiation lab on campus

SheDaye Brown

April 30, 2014

  Imagine a group of students, sitting in a circle, discussing what they’ve discovered during lab time. Though it seems normal, they are actually discussing alpha, beta and gamma radiation. In Live Oak Hall 1100, physics students Charles Etienne, Jake Reschke, Jeff Lillibridge and Jess Lopez are...

Earth Fair promotes green initiatives, environmental awareness

CSUN students lined up to see some animals from Aquarium of the Pacific at the Earth Fair on Thursday. (Photo Credit: Magaly Barajas/Contributor)

SheDaye Brown

April 25, 2014

In recognition of Earth Day, CSUN continued the celebration by hosting the Earth Fair in front of Bayramian Hall. Over 50 vendors were at the fair to educate students on sustainability and green practices that will help preserve the earth. Helen Cox, director for the Institute for Sustainability a...

Scharoun Ensemble Berlin takes a classical approach to music at the VPAC

Photo Credit: Columbia Artists Management, LLC.

SheDaye Brown

March 24, 2014

In an unusually intimate setting, the audience was seated on the main stage with the Scharoun Ensemble Berlin Sunday night at the Valley Performing Arts Center for what turned out to be a mesmerizing performance. The Scharoun Ensemble was founded by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and is one of Germany’s...

TRASH-FORMATION installation takes residence in Manzanita Hall

TRASH-FORMATION installation takes residence in Manzanita Hall

SheDaye Brown

February 27, 2014

Lined up in the order of the color wheel, students from the art department walked with their TRASH-FORMATION installation across campus to be exhibited in Manzanita Hall. The piece was inspired by this year’s freshmen read, Garbology: Our Dirty Affair with Trash by Edward Humes. The book tackled issues on how Americans...

CSUN professors reveal interesting expertise

CSUN professors reveal interesting expertise

SheDaye Brown

February 19, 2014

Herpetologist, entomologist and ichthyologist are career fields that are uncommon to most of us. One may ponder who these individuals are and what they may do, but luckily for us, we have them right here on CSUN’s campus. While most people spend years trying to figure out their career paths, at...

Tech Fest to offer job opportunities from more than 20 companies

SheDaye Brown

February 17, 2014

Engineering and computer science students interested in internships or job opportunities can attend the CSUN Tech Fest on Tuesday at the Northridge Center. The job fair is held specifically for students majoring in engineer and computer science.  Students can bring their resume and meet with represen...

Four up and coming social media sites you have never heard of

Thumb lets you ask questions and give feedback on the little things that can cause a quandary in every day life.

SheDaye Brown

February 5, 2014

College students are usually up to date with all the latest social media fads. We’ve all heard of Facebook, Instagram, Vine, Reddit and Twitter — just to name a few. Posting photos and updating statuses has become a hobby, likes and retweets are a competition and hashtags are a part of daily vo...

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