The Sundial

More women graduate from CSU system than men

Stefanie De Leon Tzic

February 15, 2012

More women graduated from the California State University system than men during the 2010-11 academic year, a Fall 2011 CSU statistical report stated. There were also 14 percent more women than men enrolled, according to the report. Despite women only being enrolled at a rate 14 percent higher...

Grammy performances something to look forward to

Stefanie De Leon Tzic

February 9, 2012

The 54th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony is set to take place this Sunday at the Staples Center and promises to be full of top-notch performances to go along with shocking wins and losses. The show will be hosted by two-time Grammy winner LL Cool J. This is the first time in seven years that the event...

CSUN students go the distance to avoid paying for parking

Stefanie De Leon Tzic

February 7, 2012

CSUN students are parking as far as three blocks away from campus to avoid purchasing parking permits and save money. Jorge Moraga, 23, a CSUN student double majoring in history and Central American studies, is among the students willing to walk more than 15 minutes to campus. The cost of a parking...

Communication department chair holds meeting to discuss unit caps

Stefanie De Leon Tzic

January 29, 2012

A meeting to discuss the cap on unit registration, why classes were cut and students inability to add courses was held Friday in the Aronstam Library by the Department of Communications Chair Dr. Bernardo Attias. The state calculates the number of students enrolled at CSU campuses by the number of ...

CSUN works with local nonprofit to increase graduation rates

Stefanie De Leon Tzic

January 27, 2012

In an effort to enhance college awareness and increase graduation rates among students in the San Fernando Valley area, CSUN's College of Education has been collaborating with Project GRAD, Graduation Really Achieves Dreams, a nonprofit organization that has been working with K-12 public schools sinc...

Chinese New Year events in Los Angeles

Chinese New Year events in Los Angeles

Stefanie De Leon Tzic

January 26, 2012

Monday marked the start of the Chinese New Year, one of the most important traditional holidays in Chinese culture. Los Angeles’ historic Chinatown is preparing to welcome the new year this weekend with the annual Lunar New Year Festival. The Chinese New Year is said to have begun with a lio...

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