The Sundial

Funds allocated for new classes

Wendy Barba

December 7, 2009

Students who were unsuccessful in enrolling in classes this fall may have a greater chance of enlisting in classes for spring thanks to the allocation of approximately $1.8 million. CSUN will use this money to open new classes and provide student services for the spring semester. Currently, meetings are being held to discuss how these classes will be add...

Holiday fashion for women

Wendy Barba

December 7, 2009

Tis the season to celebrate the holidays in fabulous style. Office parties, holiday dinners and New Year’s Eve parties have different attire guidelines to follow. Here is a breakdown of some suggested looks for each occasion. For office looks, the first rule is to make sure you follow the proper attire policy for your job. This does not mean that...

Fashionable style for men

Wendy Barba

December 1, 2009

When it comes to fashion, men can have just as much fun and variety as women. This is no different when finding the perfect holiday party outfit. The holiday season is the perfect excuse to show your festive side by adding edge and elegance to your look. Just be sure to dress accordingly to the type of party you attend as you transition between office p...

Be daring with your fashion

Wendy Barba

November 23, 2009

This season’s trends are all about being bold and daring. Runway shows brightened up with fluorescent colors and strong architectural silhouettes. The key in making any one of these looks work lies in creating a balance between the bold pieces and with something more subtle. Feathers have become very popular in the accessories department. Now they are bei...

Spotlight: One student out of 36,000

Wendy Barba

November 22, 2009

Some children grow up admiring their science teacher. Others want to grow up to be just like their history teacher. But unfortunately, not all children grow up with a figure of inspiration they can look up to within the educational system. Juan Preciado, Jr. said he grew up with little incent...

Winter fashion must-haves

Wendy Barba

November 16, 2009

The key to looking great this season is all about being bold. Vibrant colors and daring cuts are what this winter is all about. Best of all, look runway chic without spending hundreds of dollars. Save even more by making simple pieces trendy with this season’s winter essentials. • The classic ...

Recession Living 101: Comfort reigns for CSUN fasion

Wendy Barba

October 26, 2009

Among our campus, there are three signature fashion styles for men and women. Women have a tendency of dressing casual, feminine or in layers. Men also wear the casual look. Sporty outfits and a dressier look are also popular for them. One commonality between the two is both consider the level of comfort when choosing an outfit. The casual look for women is all about keeping it...

Students for quality education hold symbolic protest

Wendy Barba

October 12, 2009

Students gathered in front of the Oviatt Lawn yesterday with masking tape over their mouths. On the tape, phrases such as “Your Voice,” “My Voice” and “Our Voices” were written to symbolize the silence on campus against budget cuts. Students for Quality Education (SQE) organi...

Spotlight: One student out of 36,000

Wendy Barba

October 12, 2009

The inspiration to help at-risk teenagers achieve success comes from her personal struggles. Vanessa Bustamante, a Chicano studies and communication studies major, used to be a high school student that was barely getting by. Now, she is recognized for her outstanding academic achievement and still finds time to actively participate in various organizations in ...

Century City restaurant RockSugar is a sweet and savory Asian kitchen

Wendy Barba

October 4, 2009

Located in the trendy and upscale Westfield Century City shopping mall, RockSugar Pan Asian Kitchen offers a sweet spin on Asian food that will leave your taste buds fulfilled. Opened in June 2008, the menu offers a Chef’s Tasting plate which gives a choice of three appetizers: one salad or so...

Hosted by the Jewish Studies Program, lecture seeks to explain the decline in Jewish population

Wendy Barba

September 27, 2009

Since the mid 20th century, when the American Jewish community was at its peak of about six million religious followers, it has decreased to less than two percent of the entire United States population. According to the U.S. Census, only 1.7 percent of the whole population in 2007 was identified as...

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