The Sundial

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Refusing the right to remain silent

Tandy Lau April 2, 2018

A crowd of Matadors joined campuses throughout the world to observe the Take Back the Night rally on Thursday evening. For CSUN, the event is running for its 15th annual year and is dedicated to combating...

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The Sour Side of CSUN Limebike

Tandy Lau February 20, 2018

For CSUN students, there's a lot to like about LimeBike. The initiative is environmentally conscious, facilitating physical exercise that costs only 50 cents for a half-hour ride. In addition, LimeBike...

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Toodles to Moodle

Tandy Lau February 13, 2018

With CSUN's full transition to Canvas this semester, Moodle is officially a part of the university's past. Moodle was introduced to CSUN in 2009 and formally implemented in 2010. The open-source virtual...

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Matadors Celebrate The Lunar New Year:

Tandy Lau February 13, 2018

For some Matadors, New Years is less about champagne and black-eyed peas, and more about firecrackers and red envelopes. Feb 16. is Lunar New Year, or Chinese New Year. In many ways, the Lunar New Year...

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The “World’s Longest Political Prisoner” at CSUN

Tandy Lau February 8, 2018

Freedom has not always been free for Oscar López Rivera. In fact, until last year, López Rivera had been considered the "world's longest political prisoner", having served roughly 35 years in...

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CSUN conservatives find a turning point

Tandy Lau January 29, 2018

Despite the handful of political groups on campus, there is a noticeable absence of conservative clubs at CSUN. In fact, at the moment, there is only one sanctioned right-leaning club on campus: Turning...

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