The Sundial

Fashion&Identity: Sparking Change with What We Wear

A lady in black t-shirt and skirt

Thania Garcia

August 30, 2019

Protest art can send a powerful message that in turn serves as a catalyst for cultural shifts. In collaboration with Brooklyn White, a reporter for Teen Vogue, Bitch Media, and more, here is a list of the top five historically influential pieces of clothing in activism.1. The Slogan TeeThe slogan tee made one of...

Artist Protest: A Sundial Curated Playlist

Kayla Fernandez

August 27, 2019

Check out our curated playlist on Spotify with 10 classic and contemporary songs of our time from rappers, folk singers and rock bands who have all utilized the power of music and words to create social and environmental awareness. Enjoy! "Love It If We Made It" by The 1975 The 1975 are no strangers when it comes to speaking up about politi...

Looking back on campus life Spring 2019

A female student roll with one roller skate

Emmanuelle Roumain

May 20, 2019

Spring is here! The temperatures are rising and flowers are blooming. CSUN students have found creative ways to stay cool and enjoy the weather....

Bedroom producer finds success at CSUN

A student in front of Cypress Hall

Chelsea Hays

May 8, 2019

Royal Dean, 22, is a senior who composes and produces all of his own music from his very own studio ... which also happens to be his bedroom. Dean moved to Northridge in early 2017 as a transfer student from Moorpark College. He grew up with a musical mom and a doctor as a dad. Following in his mom's...

Sol Fest 2019

A wall for students to draw

Noelle Nakamura

May 6, 2019

CSUN students and community were welcomed to participate in Sol Fest. There were musical performances with different genres such as rap, rock and jazz/pop. There were game stands that were free for students to play connect four or jenga with their friends. You could walk around and observe art displ...

PaleyFest 2019: A year of representation

A fan meeting event

Deja Magee

March 26, 2019

PaleyFest, presented by The Paley Center for Media, took place this past week from March 15 to 24. The star-studded event was held at the Dolby Theatre in downtown Los Angeles, near the El Capitan and Pantages Theatres.PaleyFest is an event where stars have a chance to discuss their show while also inte...

Netflix originals to binge

photographs of tv shows

Anthony Huben

September 5, 2018

The year 2013 marked the first original series by Netflix with “House of Cards,” starring Kevin Spacey, a series that spawned a devoted fanbase. This was the first time viewers could binge all the episodes of a particular season, made available instantly, upon their release. Seeing the popularity...

Ten podcasts to listen to during your commute to CSUN

yellow flyer

Thania Garcia

August 28, 2018

1. "Dissect" by Spotify Orginal Podcast "Dissect" is a podcast based on the analyzation of music. Lyric by lyric, host Cole Cuchna dissects completed albums one song at a time. Each season is dedicated to a particular album. The first was Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp A Butterfly" followed by Kanye West's...

Weekly Picks 5/10 – 5/17

small images relating to entertainment

Jacob Pascua

May 10, 2018

Thursday, May 10Khalid @ the Greek Theatre7:30 p.m.$70 general admission (plus fees)Greek Theatre2700 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027Known for his soulful and alluring vocals, Khalid takes the stage at the Greek Theatre in his second night performing in L.A. The young r&b artist is stopping b...

LA Leakers draw large crowd at Matador Nights

students happily celebrating on dance floor

Daniel Valencia

April 23, 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]L.A. Leakers took the show during Matador nights on Friday, that had students dancing all night long. The bi-annual event brought in a DJ performance from Power 106's L.A. Leakers, a DJ duo comprised of DJ Sourmilk and Justin Credible. “Just to see the outcome...

Emo Nite at the Echoplex returns

Promotion flyer for Emo Nite with a woman holding a headstone

Christine Martinez

January 29, 2018

It’s the start of a new semester and while you’re probably riding high on the anticipations of totally slaying your new classes, promising to study really hard and staying on top of all your assignments, you might already be feeling the pangs of realization. Oh yeah, it’s a whole new semester. The...

Blue Moves To Canada

Comic titled

Cynthia Escamilla

November 14, 2016

Blue is excited to see who the next President will be, but when the results aren't exactly what she expected, she decides to move to Canada instead.

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