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Going Back to College with Hengame Abassi: Photographer Helen Rezvan

Going Back to College with Hengame Abassi: Photographer Helen Rezvan

Hengame Abassi, Contributor February 23, 2021

Helen Rezvan came to the United States with the dream to become a White House photographer. Rezvan, who has been a photographer since 2010, moved to the United States in 2014. In this episode of “Going...

Kendall Jenner's latest business venture sparks backlash.

Op-Ed: Kendall Jenner’s “818” tequila appropriates San Fernando Valley

Samantha Bravo, Contributor February 19, 2021

Kendall Jenner, a Calabasas native, announced on social media that she will be launching a tequila called, “818.” Not only is this cultural appropriation, it’s gentrification. Although Calabasas...

From silent films to “Malcom & Marie”: History of Black love in movies

Stephanie Ramirez, reporter February 18, 2021

Sam Levinson’s new romantic drama, “Malcolm & Marie,” explores the intensity and fragility of a couple’s most intimate moments and how a revelation of secrets can tear or strengthen the connection...

Frank Morde feeds the ducks at the Reseda Park Pond on Feb.11, 2021.

Zen Zones: Places for Angelenos to relax under the sun

Nadine Cortez, Reporter February 18, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic may have forced residents to stay home, but Los Angeles is an outdoor city — there are plenty of activities people can do to relieve the tensions brought on by the pandemic. From...

As the cold weather rolls through Los Angeles, we came up with a list of activities you can do staying safe during a cold COVID time.

COVID-safe activities in L.A. : Stranger Things, Black Love and more

Karine Reganyan, reporter February 15, 2021

The Daily Sundial will be featuring both virtual and in-person events that will offer a range of fun activities that you can enjoy risk and stress-free. This week offers a variety of events including entertainment,...

While this valentines may be different than most, we hope you are able to celebrate love and joy with this playlist.

Valentine’s Day playlist featuring iconic Black artists

Jenna Wilson, Reporter February 12, 2021

This Valentine’s Day, the Daily Sundial is celebrating love and Black History Month with soulful ballads by iconic Black artists from Sam Cooke to H.E.R. Black R&B musicians have consistently blessed...

Welcome Black 2021: A virtual gathering of unity, support

Anais Covarrubias, reporter February 11, 2021

The Black Student Leadership Council presented their virtual version of their annual Welcome Black via Zoom Wednesday. BLC President Racquel Holloway and National Panhellenic Council President Simone LaBon...

With Black History month in full effect, we complied a list of activities to do celebrating Black culture.

Activities celebrating Black culture : Stand-up comedy, therapy and more

Michaella Huck, Culture Editor February 9, 2021

The Daily Sundial would like to take the time to point out virtual events that are taking place to celebrate Black History Month this week. Derek Fordjour and Jessica Bell Brown “In Conversation” This...

With Black History month in full effect, we complied a list of activities to do celebrating Black culture.

COVID-safe activities in LA : Drive-in movies, meditation and more

Michaella Huck, Culture Editor February 1, 2021

The Daily Sundial will be provide weekly updates to spice up your quarantine life. This week we have a mixture of events ranging entertainment, mindfulness and education. Check back next week for a new...

2020 Year in Review

Tiago Barreiro, Video Editor January 4, 2021

As we embark on the first Monday of 2021 and gear up for the next semester, let’s look back at the year of 2020 and reflect on some of the main stories covered by the Daily Sundial. Happy New Year, The...

Two scorched cars are seen in front of residential homes after a single-engine plane crash near Whiteman Airport in Pacoima, Cali., on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020. Neighbors pass by the cars days after the accident that left the pilot dead.

Pacoima residents, community call for action against Whiteman Airport

Monserrat Solis, Assistant Culture Editor December 30, 2020

Eva Avalos-Benitez ran and fell away from the flames that threatened her home as she and her grandson escaped through the back with the help of their neighbors, her hair and sweater covered with debris....

A sign decorated in colorful Christmas lights and angels says,

Photo Essay: Home for the holidays

Chris Torres, Photo Editor December 27, 2020

Christmas is the time of year for families to come together, open gifts, and enjoy the festivities the holiday season brings. From smaller gatherings to new beginnings, here is how the Sundial photography...

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