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(Left to right) Susan Shelley, Congressman Howard Berman (28th District), Mark Reed and Congressman Brad Sherman (27th district) during the National Congressional Debate at the Valley of Performing Arts Center on April 30. Photo credit: Andres Aguila / Daily Sundial

‘Big Politics’ continues with discussion of statewide issues

Tenny Minassian May 2, 2012

A Town Hall meeting with state legislators discussing statewide issues will be held today in Grand Salon of the USU at 6 p.m. This is one of three forums that make up “Big Politics,” an event...

Students organize food tasting event that benefits Los Angeles Foodbank

Tenny Minassian April 23, 2012

CSUN students held “A Taste of Northridge Foodraiser” Sunday, featuring donated popular menu items from local restaurants in order to raise awareness and donations for the Los Angeles Regional Foodbank. Epicurean...

Northridge Fashion Center set to welcome new restaurants

Tenny Minassian April 12, 2012

Elephant Bar and Yardhouse are two restaurants that will be opening up in the Northridge Fashion Center later this year.  A summer construction date has been set for both restaurants, with a grand opening...

Faculty and students participating during the CFA informational pickett at CSUN on Nov. 8, 2011. Sundial File Photo

Faculty across 23 CSU campuses vote to go on strike

Tenny Minassian April 11, 2012

Faculty across all 23 CSU campuses will start voting next week to determine if the California Faculty Association (CFA) should organize a statewide strike. Voting starts April 16, and will continue...

Newest exhibits featured at Los Angeles area museums

Tenny Minassian April 10, 2012

There are many museums located all around Los Angeles and the Daily Sundial has gathered everything you need to know about the newest exhibits and events occurring. Los Angeles County Museum of Art...

Associated Students pass resolution banning plastic bags

Tenny Minassian March 14, 2012

The Associated Students passed a bill banning single-use plastic bags from the CSUN campus in order to become a more eco-friendly campus. The bill was passed on Feb. 21 and includes providing 8,000...

Members of Matador Patrol help keep students safe at night

Tenny Minassian March 14, 2012

“Would you like a safety escort tonight?” This is a typical question that Peter Sanchez asks his fellow CSUN students during the week. Sanchez, a sophomore sociology major, has been working...

CSUN celebrates Chinese New Year with annual banquet

Tenny Minassian March 7, 2012

CSUN's China Institute and Chinese Student Association are celebrating the year of the dragon with their annual Chinese New Year's banquet. The banquet will be on Saturday, March 17 from 6 p.m. to 9...

Best fitness apps for National Nutrition Month

Tenny Minassian February 29, 2012

Students have hectic lives trying to juggle work, school, family, and social relationships. Student’s phones can be one of their best tools in their quest to juggle it all and stay healthy and fit at...

Lernik Moses, VP of development in MACSUN, displays some of the books that CSUN students have contributed to the book exchange program. / Photo Illustration by Tenny Minassian

Lernik Moses changes relationship between textbook sellers and buyers

Tenny Minassian February 26, 2012

Lernik Moses emigrated from Iran four years ago, leaving her parents and older brother behind to pursue her educational goals. Moses, 26, traveled to America in search of freedom and opportunities...

Photo Illustration by Andres Aguila

Year of Queer event celebrates milestones in the LGBTQ community

Tenny Minassian February 23, 2012

CSUN’s Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Alliance held their “Year of Queer” event Wednesday, featuring various performances by members and allies of the community. The fourth annual talent...

CSUN’s CAS collaborates with officials from El Salvador to spread nation’s culture

Tenny Minassian February 18, 2012

Faculty from CSUN’s Central American Studies program are collaborating with officials in El Salvador to share their knowledge and gain insight into the culture of the country. Dr. Douglas Carranza,...

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