The Sundial

Simple, inexpensive gifts for Mother’s Day

Wyatt Jones May 6, 2009

Mother's Day, a modern American holiday created by Anna Jarvis in 1912 where people honor their caregivers is' coming up this Sunday. Mother's Day is also highly commercialized which helped some students...

Alumni commemorate their college years

Wyatt Jones April 27, 2009

All across the university lawn, amidst the rows of white tents and a lively crowd, CSUN hosted the Grand Reunion, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the campus. The event allowed past students to reconnect...

Club alumni reconnect

Wyatt Jones April 22, 2009

Four large red banners, each bearing a letter for CSUN, were hung in front of the Oviatt Library today. A Grand Reunion will be held this Saturday on the University Quad welcoming students both past and...

Zelzah Speed limit increase raises question of pedestrian safety

Wyatt Jones April 19, 2009

The Los Angeles City Council's Transportation Committee plans to increase the speed limit on four busy streets in the San Fernando Valley, including one near CSUN. This decision was not well received by...

Network for sharing movies is eco-friendly

Wyatt Jones April 14, 2009

If Blockbuster has become too bothersome to deal with and Netflix is the same old chore, a new Web site can help students with their cinematic needs. LendAround.com allows movie lovers to 'borrow' from...

Spring break on a student budget

Wyatt Jones April 1, 2009

Spring break is a chance for students to exhale after months worth of working and studying. Like most breaks, students can use this time to let loose and do things not possible during the normal semester,...

Underground art helps the hidden

Wyatt Jones March 22, 2009

A Low Brow Art Show proved to be more than its name, a form of art that pokes fun at convention, would suggest. The show, held in CSUN's Grand Salon, attracted numerous visitors each of whom paid five...

Find ways to get hammered on campus

Wyatt Jones March 20, 2009

Boredom can often be a factor while studying, so every once and a while every student needs activities to break the monotony.' Students who want to let loose on their free time might want to check out...

The taco stand that never closes

Wyatt Jones March 18, 2009

Ever get the craving for real Mexican food every once in a while? I know I did, but I didn't know where to get it until I found out about El Indio Mexicano, a fine gem of a restaurant on the corner of...

Traditional body art becomes mainstream trend

Wyatt Jones March 11, 2009

The perception of tattoos is changing as body modification becomes more acceptable to the American standards of the norm. Over the last 20 years, body art has etched its way into American pop culture,...

Read to make yourself better

Wyatt Jones March 2, 2009

While trying to brush up on my almost non-existent drawing skills, I stopped by the Oviatt Library and picked up a book called 'The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain,' by Betty Edwards. The book...

Assistant Technology offers solutions

Wyatt Jones February 22, 2009

Over the years, CSUN has become nationally known for its ground-breaking programs and technology meant to aid people with disabilities. Through Assistant Technology (AT), disabled students can now enjoy...

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