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The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

Attendees at the Faculty Exhibition reception on Feb. 1, 2024, in Northridge, Calif.

Art department hosts gallery for faculty work

Nylah Quijano, Culture Reporter February 15, 2024

The CSUN art department hosted the Faculty Art Gallery on Feb. 1 at the Art and Design Center. The main gallery was filled with artwork from different backgrounds created by CSUN faculty and alumni....

Featured artist Verano Zamorano describes their piece Somos Conectados Por Siempre, 2023 to a friend on on Feb. 1, 2024, at the CSUN Art Gallery in Northridge, Calif.

Latinx art exhibit opens on campus

Rodrigo Hernandez, Assistant Culture Editor February 15, 2024

The room buzzes with excitement and anticipation as guests enter CSUN’s West Gallery on a rainy Thursday, Feb. 2, for the reception of the “Latinx Roots, American Sacrifices” exhibition. The exhibit...

From left to right: Michael Heald, violin professor at University of Georgia; Xi Chen, violin professor at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing; and Thomas Loewenheim, cello professor at Fresno State University.

ChamberFest 2024 brings students and musicians together

Ayanna Smith, Reporter February 15, 2024

CSUN Chamberfest was held from Feb. 1 to Feb. 3 at the Shigemi Matsumoto Recital Hall. This event was headed by Lorenz Gamma, the director of the chamber music program at CSUN. The event featured instrumentalists...

Alien Hominid Invasion and Alien Hominid HD Review - Beaming light onto the “run and gun” genre

Alien Hominid Invasion and Alien Hominid HD Review – Beaming light onto the “run and gun” genre

Jesse Illanes, Culture Reporter November 11, 2023

Review copies provided by The Behemoth. “Alien Hominid Invasion” and “Alien Hominid HD” are frantic, over-the-top “run and gun” action games that keep players on the edge of their seats. From...

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Review – A Symphonic Experience of Action, Emotion and Integrity

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Review – A Symphonic Experience of Action, Emotion and Integrity

Jesse Illanes, Culture Reporter November 4, 2023

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 features Insomniac Games’ amazing sequel to both “Spider-Man" (2018) and “Spider-Man: Miles Morales” (2020), giving fresh ideas in gameplay, and an expanded scope of the...

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Review: Knuckle Puck’s “Losing What We Love” – Spin or skip?

Pamela Garcia, Assistant Culture Editor November 3, 2023

Chicago-based pop-punk band Knuckle Puck have released their 4th full-length album, “Losing What We Love.” Spanning 11 tracks and just over 37 minutes, the record gives listeners a glimpse into...

Photo via @champagnepapi (Instagram).

Review: Drake’s ‘For All the Dogs’ – Spin or skip?

Gabriel Duarte, Assistant Sports Editor October 19, 2023

After a delayed release from Sept. 22 to Oct. 8, Drake has released his much anticipated eighth studio album, “For All the Dogs.” Since he was on the “It’s All A Blur” tour, Drake had to postpone...

Photo courtesy of The Soraya & International Music Network.

Celebrating Día de los Muertos at The Soraya with Lila Downs

Julia Dilacar, Reporter October 14, 2023

The Soraya will be hosting a performance in celebration of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 8 p.m. at The Soraya’s Great Hall. “Dos Corazones: Día de Muertos” will feature...

Cantando

Pamela Garcia, Assistant Culture Editor October 9, 2023

“Bad Romance” - Lady Gaga Throughout her career, Lady Gaga has made a variety of head-turning fashion statements with her unconventional outfits and album concepts that emphasized expressing identity...

Fashion Films

Sasha Alikhanov, Print Managing Editor October 9, 2023

“The September Issue” (2009) “The September Issue” documents the creation of American Vogue’s most important issue. Long-standing editor-in-chief Anna Wintour is crucial to the process with...

Book Club

Leah Villalpando-Coronado, Contributor October 9, 2023

Gizelle Johnson, a senior at CSUN, majoring in fashion apparel and design, has spent her last few years immersing herself in collegiate fashion. She is currently the creative director for CSUN Trends,...

Photo courtesy of The Soraya.

Graham100: Honoring a timeless legacy of dance

Aayushi, Culture Reporter September 28, 2023

On Sept. 30th, The Soraya will host the premiere of a three-season celebratory presentation of Martha Graham’s legacy with “Graham100.” The show will include commemorative dance performances accompanied...

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