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

A few fun ways to kick-off winter break

Tawny Gestuvo December 3, 2008

Neil Diamond Christmas carols, downtown L.A., ice-skating and flashing lights: the holidays are here! These are a few of the things to look forward to with winter just around the corner. The first one might sound confusing to some but L.A. is doing its part to bring in the holidays like its other big city counterparts.

Make it a board game party night

Tawny Gestuvo November 18, 2008

It all started when I was about 8: the snake eyes, d-e-b-a-u-c-h-e-r-y, bodies moving in ways one never thought possible. Once my third anniversary of being 21 hit, I began to notice that this turned out to be a standard of fun for me and always will be.

How to get ready for the ?big one?

Tawny Gestuvo November 10, 2008

With minor aftershocks or quakes producing little or almost no commotion it is easy to forget that California is plagued by its own form of natural disaster, earthquakes.

Make the most out of election day

Tawny Gestuvo November 4, 2008

Leaving a few words for the future, U.S. president, watching election coverage at the Pub Sports Bar 'amp; Grill and planning an after party are some ways CSUN students are preparing for the new' commander in chief.

Living Well Lounge is a haven for relaxation

Tawny Gestuvo October 22, 2008

Located in the USU, the Klotz Student Health Center's satellite location, the Living Well Lounge provides students with an inviting atmosphere for relaxation and wellness.

?New songs, new direction, old sound, 14-years-later

Tawny Gestuvo September 16, 2008

Fourteen-years-ago they stole the hearts of young teens and set the stage for boy-bands.
Their newly released album, appropriately titled 'The Block,' is here and the kids are ready for another round. They have come back with virtually the same sound incorporating vocal cameos from past and current R'amp;B heavy hitters.

A.S. allocates $400 for radio documentary, postpones requests

Tawny Gestuvo April 30, 2008
The A.S. Finance Committee settled five items on their agenda and discussed two requests at a special meeting on Monday. They will meet again on an undetermined date in June to discuss postponed requests. The first appeal during the meeting was from journalism graduate Joselyn Arroyo's request for $295.

Angelenos are learning to go Metro

Tawny Gestuvo April 23, 2008
Los Angeles is known for a lot of things, but public transportation is not one of them, nevertheless the growing transit system is getting people out of their cars and away from the gas pumps. According to the American Public Transportation Association, transit ridership in L.

Fifteen minutes of fame for No. 9’s girl

Tawny Gestuvo April 2, 2008
After a money laundering claim with an escort service, suspicious bank activity and a few wire taps, client number nine has lost everything and his lady of the night, "Kristen," has everything to gain. Double standards need to be redefined as some women are reaching celebrity status at tasteless costs.

March Madness goes mainstream

Tawny Gestuvo March 28, 2008
At the tail end of the Elite Eight, NCAA's March Madness continues as betting pool hopefuls gather at their workplace to keep a close watch on their hand picked boxes. For three weeks out of the year, employees across the nation congregate to fill their respective grids.

Finance committee waits for excess enrollment funds, allocations reach a total of $13,000

Tawny Gestuvo March 15, 2008
The A.S. Finance committee allocated more than $13,000 for ten different requests on Monday, March 10. The committee is currently awaiting an undetermined amount of funds from excess enrollment in January. The committee had $27,604 in unallocated reserves as of March 3.
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