The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

Illustration: Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny will be taking on the role of El Muerto, a lesser-known hero from Marvels Spider-Man comics, in Sonys 2024 movie about the character.

Bad Bunny cast as Marvel’s first live-action Latino lead

Mariana Montaya, Reporter May 17, 2022

Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, the Puerto Rican rapper known as Bad Bunny, is entering the Spider-Man universe in the form of luchador El Muerto, making him Marvel’s first Latino lead in a live-action...

It’s Open House night at Abbott Elementary, and while Janine prepares to meet her struggling student’s mother, the rest of the faculty uses the time to relax.

‘Abbott Elementary’ highlights issues facing underfunded schools

Sebastian Artola, Contributor May 16, 2022

Depicting situations that teachers may often face, ABC’s “Abbott Elementary” is a comedy series about the misadventures of school staff as they attempt to deal with the realities of working at an...

Joseph Perez (Cinderellas Prince/The Wolf), Darian Calderon (Baker) and Rachel Fischer (Cinderella) performs in “Into the Woods” at the CSUN Campus Theatre on April 9, 2022, in Northridge, Calif.

Photo Essay: CSUN’s Theatre Guild

Kaitlyn Lavo, Photo Editor May 16, 2022

Despite an annual budget of $3,400, lower enrollment rates, and shifts in leadership midway through the spring semester, CSUN’s Theatre Guild pulled together productions at a professional scale. The...

The 2022 Met Gala theme was Gilded Glamour, inspired by the Gilded Age of New York City. There are mixed opinions on whether the fundraising events comeback, and the outfits that debuted, kept with the theme.

2022 Met Gala receives mixed reviews

Alexandra Najera, Contributor May 13, 2022

Amid the draft leak of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade opinion, May 2 saw the annual return of the Met Gala, but the success of this year’s event has been highly debated. Often touted as the fashion...

Andre Aliscad plays Pac-Man at Round1 in Burbank, Calif., on April 10, 2022.

Photo Essay: Gamer life

David Olvera, Reporter May 12, 2022

In front of the CSUN gym in the University Student Union lies a dungeon of zombie invasions, fist brawls to the death, wizards casting magic spells, and adventures beyond your wildest imagination. Students...

Senora Santos from Washington Heights, New York City, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, with a U.S. Army boot camp portrait of her deported son Juan, July 2018.

Deported veterans exhibit on display

Patrick Pamanian, Reporter May 10, 2022

The “Deported Veterans” exhibit by CSUN alumnus and United States Navy veteran Joseph Silva opened to viewers in late February, and is on display at the Los Angeles United Methodist Museum of Social...

Arely Sanchez, Jennifer Sanchez and Lakshmitha Ravindranath attend the CRAMPS Resource Fair at CSUN on April 13, 2022, in Northridge, Calif.

CSUN aims to end the stigma around periods

Mariana Montaya, Reporter May 5, 2022

From the new Disney movie “Turning Red” to the push for free menstrual products in restrooms, periods are being talked about. Conversations about menstruation have slowly become more accepted in recent...

Reflecting on Ramadan

Reflecting on Ramadan

Habeba Mostafa, Multimedia Assistant Editor May 4, 2022

Ramadan is a holiday where many Muslims fast, or abstain from eating and drinking, from dawn to sunset for one month. This year, Muslims in the United States observed Ramadan from April 2 to May 1. The...

Beneath the Surface: Tarik Nishwakie Lord

Beneath the Surface: Tarik “Nishwakie” Lord

Kamryn Martell, Reporter May 3, 2022

As humans, we tend to judge people. We make assumptions of who people are before they even talk. Beneath the Surface is a podcast that highlights CSUN students and who they are as people. In the...

Illustration of Cody Ko by Carolyn Burt.

Who is Cody Ko and why is he coming to CSUN?

Carolyn Burt, Managing Editor May 3, 2022
Cody Ko is set to be the guest speaker at CSUN’s Big Lecture.
The front of Hopia Like It in the Granada Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, Calif., on April 10, 2022.

LA bakery brings a taste of the Philippines to Angelenos

Brandon Sarmiento, Assistant Culture Editor April 26, 2022

Sweet, flaky and oozing with flavor, hopia is a cake-like pastry that has baked itself into a fan favorite within the realm of Filipino cuisine. Similar to lumpia, a spring roll typically filled with pork...

Zeta Phi Beta sorority members Kaila Moore-Jones, Dezha Boynton and Azshanay Hunt pose while their sorority sisters take pictures of them on their phones before the Spring 2022 CSUN Yard Show on April 1, 2022, in Northridge, Calif.

National Pan-Hellenic Council hosts first yard show in two years

Grace Da Rocha, Senior Arts & Entertainment Editor April 20, 2022

Decked in a variety of colors, from royal blue and gold to cream and red, Black CSUN students gathered in a circle with their respective groups. Calls, unique to each fraternity and sorority, were shouted...

Load More Stories