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Last years Haunt o Ween event was a drive-thru attraction. It returned this year with in-person activities.

6 fun Halloween-themed events in L.A. for all to enjoy

Dylan Keith, Reporter October 19, 2021

Halloween season is here and there are plenty of fun activities for everyone. The Sundial curated a list of in-person events to enjoy. Check online for COVID-19 requirements or reservations requirements. Haunt...

Hispanic Heritage month: Why some are skeptical about it, thanks to its problematic history

Hispanic Heritage month: Why some are skeptical about it, thanks to its problematic history

Thomas Bravo, Reporter October 14, 2021

The United States government recognizes Hispanic Heritage month to highlight the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans, and inspirational figures such as Dolores Huerta and Cesar Chavez. Many...

A family of three stops to watch and listen to Milton Coleman in Northridge, Calif.on Sept. 18, 2021.

American Towns: A resurgence of live music in the Valley

Edward Nenedzhyan, Reporter October 13, 2021

In the heart of the San Fernando Valley, the commotion that takes place most Saturday nights is at the Devonshire-Reseda Shopping Center, where families are seen shuffling to grab food while performers...

A mosaic art piece by local artist Charles Sherman is displayed at a community art fair organized and hosted by The Museum of The San Fernando Valley in Northridge, Calif. on Sept. 18, 2021.

Museum of The San Fernando Valley celebrates its new Northridge location

Briana Walden, Staff Photographer October 8, 2021

Art was in the air at the Museum of The San Fernando Valley for an artist showcase and family fun day at their new historic location in Rancho Cordillera del Norte. Local artists gathered to showcase their...

Daniel Sol, CSUN alumni and co-founder of HollyShorts film festival, at the 17th annual HollyShorts film festival at TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles, Calif. on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021.

CSUN alumni’s film festival HollyShorts returns in its 17th year

Dylan Keith, Reporter September 28, 2021

HollyShorts has become one of Los Angeles’ more prominent film festivals in the recent decade, growing in size every year, along with the number of submissions and awards given to the film winners. The...

Ofelyas great grandmother Hayastan (left of first row) and great grandfather Vagharshak (right of first row), along with her grandfather Albert (boy in the back row holding the dog).

Recognizing the Armenian Genocide is the first step to stop the cycle of war

Jane Partizpanyan, Contributor September 27, 2021

Ofelya Hunanyan, a CSUN student and immigrant, shares the story of her family’s survival during the Armenian Genocide in order to commemorate the one year anniversary of the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war. Many...

Attendees walking about at the 818 Night Market in Mission Hills, Los Angeles, Calif. on July 10, 2021.

818 Night Market: Pandemic passion projects turned into local businesses

Trevor Morgan, Online Editor July 23, 2021

  At first glance, the 818 Night Market held in Mission Hills on July 10 seemed like any other pop-up event, flea market or swap-meet before the pandemic. It looked like anything you might expect...

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Playlist

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Playlist

Beatriz Barros Felice, Contributor May 31, 2021

In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month, the Daily Sundial is highlighting five Asian American and Pacific Islander singers and music groups. Mitski Mitski is...

Simu Liu speaking at the 2019 San Diego Comic Con International for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California.

6 upcoming Marvel films that break the barrier of diverse representation

Stephanie Ramirez, reporter May 18, 2021

Marvel Studios’ lack of diversity in their popular films has been in question for years. Though Marvel Comics features heroes that come from different backgrounds, there’s only been a few who have...

Glendale City Hall glows with the colors of the Armenian Flag — red, purple and gold — in Glendale, Calif. on April 23, 2021.

Armenian Youth Federation’s Patrick Torossian on Biden’s recognition of the Armenian Genocide

Karine Reganyan May 10, 2021

Karine Reganyan follows up with Armenian Youth Federation chairperson Patrick Torossian about President Joe Biden’s recent recognition of the Armenian Genocide. Torossian discusses what Biden’s recognition...

Going Back to College with Hengame Abassi: Instructional designer Doc Reo

Going Back to College with Hengame Abassi: Instructional designer Doc Reo

May 7, 2021

Mareo-Ahmir Lawson, better known as Doc Reo, is a former CSUN student and veteran. Doc Reo is in his 40s and is currently working on his sixth degree at the University of Southern California. In this episode...

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6 famous members of the Armenian diaspora that have taken the world by storm

Karine Reganyan, reporter May 7, 2021

After 106 years, President Joe Biden became the first U.S. president to recognize the atrocities committed against the Armenians by the Ottoman Empire, using the word genocide for the first time since...

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