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CSUN features Burning Wall Street exhibit

Tanya Ramirez May 9, 2012

Showcased on the second floor of Manzanita Hall is “Burning Wall Street,” a 40-foot long diorama of modern Wall Street, with its towering buildings constructed out of matches, its streets paved...

Students registered with DRES

Tanya Ramirez May 8, 2012

>>Minor changes were made to the article on Madeleine Pumilia's story below. The stories shared below were chosen because the issues involved are representative of hundreds of CSUN’s Disability...

Occupy returns to May Day

Tanya Ramirez May 1, 2012

A caravan of picketers, people’s-power cars and bikes swept Los Angeles’ financial district this afternoon in an organized demonstration marking the return of the Occupy L.A. movement. The caravan,...

CSUN sorority holds fundraiser for Autism Speaks

Tanya Ramirez April 30, 2012

CSUN’s Alpha Xi Delta chapter raised $27,000 in a week-long charity event for Autism Speaks and were given the honor of revealing the total at “Walk Now for Autism Speaks” event. Alpha Xi Delta...

Matador Nights is back at CSUN

Tanya Ramirez April 26, 2012

The most widely attended and talked about campus event is just beyond the “looking glass.” Matador Nights is returning to CSUN on April 27, and its “Alice and Wonderland” theme will be sure...

The LA Riots 20 years later

The LA Riots 20 years later

Tanya Ramirez April 26, 2012

In April 1992, racial tension loomed over Los Angeles and a string of crimes incensed the city until rage boiled over into a six-day riot that ignited over 3,600 fires, killed 53 people, injured over 2,000...

Carmen Ramos Chandler, CSUN director of news and information, stands in her office next to her Greater Los Angeles Press Club Award, for which she was recognized for her outstanding coverage as a reporter for the Los Angeles Daily News during the 1992 Los Angeles riots. Photo credit: Trisha Sprouse / Daily Sundial

Staff member, former journalist, shares her memories of covering the LA riots

Tanya Ramirez April 25, 2012

Carmen Ramos Chandler stood on a hill overlooking Vermont Avenue and the 101 freeway when she peered out to see her city in ruins. “The sun was shining bright orange through a layer of mystic...

Professor Ramon Garcia of Chicano studies department drops his ballot at the California Faculty Association voting booth on Tuesday. Photo credit: Michael Cheng / Daily Sundial

CFA and CSU to return to the bargaining tables in May

Tanya Ramirez April 25, 2012

The California Faculty Association and the CSU will return to the bargaining table in early May. CFA faculty members across all 23 CSU campuses are engaging in online and in-person voting this week...

Matador Nights is back at the USU

Tanya Ramirez April 25, 2012

The most widely attended and talked about campus event is just beyond the “looking glass.” Matador Nights is returning to CSUN on Friday, and its “Alice and Wonderland” theme will be sure to...

A van is being taken away after being heavily damaged in a three car accident. The accident occured between Lassen Street and Reseda Boulevard yesterday before noon. Photo credit: Jeffrey Zide/ Daily Sundial

Accident on Reseda Boulevard and Lassen Street causes traffic

Tanya Ramirez April 24, 2012

A vehicle overturned and a woman was rushed to the hospital after three cars collided near the southbound intersection of Reseda Boulevard and Lassen Street at 9:30 a.m. Frank Lopez, the driver...

CSUN alumna wins Teacher of the Year award

Tanya Ramirez April 24, 2012

President Obama honored CSUN alumna Rebecca Mieliwocki as the 2012 National Teacher of Year, the most prestigious teaching prize in the nation since its inception in 1952. Mieliwocki is a seventh grade...

Institute for Sustainability offers campus green options

Tanya Ramirez April 18, 2012

CSUN’s solar panels, bicycle racks, food garden and bright green recycling bins are all innovations created by the environmental masterminds at the CSUN Institute for Sustainability. The Institute...

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