The Sundial

Internet outage affects students, no word on when it would be fixed

Victoria Becerril

February 18, 2014

Since 10 a.m. this morning, CSUN students and faculty have experienced issues and glitches connecting to the campus-wide internet. The Information Technology (IT) center is aware of the issue and is working to resolve it as soon as possible. An automated message from the IT Center noted, "Wired an...

Student athlete finds a new goal in women’s rugby

Student athlete finds a new goal in women’s rugby

Victoria Becerril

November 25, 2013

When Yesenia Camacho, 21, accidentally missed the tryouts for soccer, she thought she would have to wait until next season to try out, which meant waiting another year.Fortunately for Camacho, a close friend noticed her desire and talent to play sports and introduced her to rugby, a sport that entail...

Trans Awareness Week ends with laughter, emotion at “T is not silent” talent show

Trans Awareness Week ends with laughter, emotion at “T is not silent” talent show

Victoria Becerril

November 24, 2013

Breaking last year’s record attendance, this year’s Transgender Awareness Week (TAW) concluded the week by having the LGBTQA and the Pride Center communities host a transgender themed talent show Thursday night. Bryan Rodriguez- Saringo, vice-president of LGBTQA, and Star Spencer hosted this year...

Faculty and graduate students to perform 11 different dance pieces in concert

Victoria Becerril

November 4, 2013

The CSUN community will have two opportunities this week to watch students and faculty perform a self-produced performance hosted by the Department of Kinesiology. Tickets are being sold in the USU for the creative collaboration dance performance “Colaboratoria”, where students and professors have col...

Win a prize for the best Halloween costume at the Pub

Victoria Becerril

October 30, 2013

Students and friends can stop by The Pub, located in the USU, Thursday Oct. 31, to participate in their first annual Halloween Costume contest before heading off to their own Halloween adventures. Starting at 5 p.m., judges will decide which students have the best costume from three different categ...

Book fair raises money to help fund library for elementary school

Book fair raises money to help fund library for elementary school

Victoria Becerril

October 9, 2013

For the remainder of the week students and faculty can help fund a library for an underprivileged school by making a purchase at the Scholastic Book Fair located in Bayramian Hall 190. The CSUN University Ambassadors are hosting their annual Scholastic Book Fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  until Friday...

MVP co-founder speaks out against gender violence

MVP co-founder speaks out against gender violence

Victoria Becerril

October 3, 2013

When it comes to rape on college campuses, 90 percent of the perpetrators know the victims, according to Dr. Jackson Katz, co-founder of the Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP). “A lot of people are aware of these things,” said Katz. “What we need to do is do something about it and do somet...

Matador Nights takes 5,400 students back to the 1950s

Matador Nights takes 5,400 students back to the 1950s

Victoria Becerril

September 7, 2013

Students flashed back to the past as they celebrated the 1950s themed Matador Nights at the University Student Union (USU) on Friday. Matador Nights has become one of the most anticipated free events of each semester. It is because of this that tickets to the festival sold out before the event be...

Surge of students move into the dorms

Surge of students move into the dorms

Victoria Becerril

August 26, 2013

Informational pamphlets, long lines and new and returning students with parents made up the chaotic spectacle that crowded campus housing grounds Saturday, Aug. 24. For CSUN freshman Alex Salazar, 17, communications major, moving into CSUN housing for the first time was a memorable experienc...

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