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

Charcoal illustration of CSUN mascot, Matty the Matador

Homecoming returns to CSUN in spring

Stacey Arevalo December 11, 2016

Come spring, CSUN students will have the chance to showcase their school pride and celebrate the Matador life during Homecoming 2017. Next year’s homecoming will be the first of its kind in almost...

CSUN students pictured running in front of the Oviatt Library waving flags

Group of Matadors Invite You to Rise With Them Friday Mornings

Stacey Arevalo December 5, 2016

As this semester comes to an end, a free student-led exercise group on campus invites you to break your routine and release some stress. Friday Morning Matadors (FMM) is part the kinesiology department...

Volleyball players jump up and reach for the ball

Women’s volleyball 2016 season in review

Stacey Arevalo November 29, 2016

The 2016 season left the CSUN women’s volleyball team tied for fifth place in the Big West Conference with UC Davis and UC Irvine all at 7-9. CSUN had improved by finishing with an overall record...

Natvie Americans dance on the Oviatt Lawn

CSUN 33rd Powwow brings awareness of American Indian culture to campus

Stacey Arevalo November 27, 2016

Tents formed a large circle on the Sierra Quad with a celebration booming at its core honoring the American Indian culture at CSUN as part of the Indigenous Awareness Month on Saturday. The crowd composed...

Heart-notes pictured with positive messages

Trans Awareness week educates campus

Stacey Arevalo November 18, 2016

Acceptance, love, diversity and pain unites the transgender community at CSUN but also gives them strength to speak up in defense of their rights. During Trans Awarenes week, which is in its fifth year...

Young students shown lined up

Is there an Academic Advantage to Being Bilingual?

Stacey Arevalo November 17, 2016

Bilingual education is back in California thanks to the approval of Proposition 58, and in an effort to bring awareness, the Linguistics Student Organization at CSUN offered an informational session to...

4 members of Jishin Taiko of CSUN play the drums

Alpha Psi Rho fundraises for underprivileged youth in the Philippines

Stacey Arevalo November 15, 2016

The rhythmic sounds of Japanese drumming gave start to a series of musical performances at a benefit concert on Thursday night that not only sought to entertain, but shed light on social issues overseas. CSUN’s...

Members of Sigma Tau Alpha pose for a picture in the VRC

Sigma Tau Alpha, a co-ed fraternity that ‘Has Your Six’

Stacey Arevalo November 7, 2016

Like brothers and sisters at a dinner table, they often broke out in laughter poking fun at each other while sharing inside jokes. Protective, yet playful and with an upbeat spirit that shined brighter...

Photo shows many condoms of different brands

Should Porn Stars Wear Condoms? Proposition 60 thinks they should.

Stacey Arevalo November 1, 2016

All pornographic performers would be required to wear condoms during the filming of sexual intercourse shot anywhere in California, under a proposed initiative included on Nov. 8th’s ballot. Proposition...

CSUN volleyball players shout for joy after winning a point

Matadors Fall Short Against UC Davis

Stacey Arevalo October 29, 2016

The CSUN women’s volleyball team lost against the UC Davis Aggies Friday night at the Matadome. The Matadors won only one out of four sets during the match with set scores of 27-25, 25-23, 25-15,...

Photo shows people voting

Top five propositions which can impact students this election

Stacey Arevalo October 27, 2016

Although Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton have gained most of the attention as the Republican and Democratic candidates, respectively, for the presidency this election season, there are also important propositions...

Still of CNN footage of Kenneth Bone speaking about the second presidential debate

Weekly News Briefs 10/10-19

Stacey Arevalo October 18, 2016

National: The second presidential debate took place Oct. 9 in a town hall style between the Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton and the Republican candidate, Donald Trump. The beginning of the debate...

Load More Stories