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Elijah Carr

March 12, 2019

Taylor BrightAge: 22Major: Apparel Design and Merchandising OUTFITHat: Black hat from LF The BrandJacket: Crop denim jacket from LF The BrandFlannel: Turquoise, white and black flannel from a thrift shopPants: Denim pants from a thrift shop with homemade designShoes: Doc MartensBag: Red bag from a thrift shopEthan BlackburnAge: 1...

Netflix originals to binge

Netflix originals to binge

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...

Demystifying CSUN basics

Demystifying CSUN basics

Gina Park

August 23, 2018

The only location that sells a fresh cold brew is the Sierra Center’s Starbucks. Also, standing in the textbook pick-up line will save students an hour apart from buying in-store, so make sure to order books online. Which can be found cheaper on Chegg.com – sometimes – and where you...

Red Capes: Home Field Advantage

Red Capes: Home Field Advantage

Curtis Cammeron

April 26, 2018

We discuss the advantage of playing at home, the NFL schedule and playoffs.   https://soundcloud.com/daily-sundial/red-capes-4-20-18-home-field-advantage

History professor retires after 33 years at CSUN

History professor retires after 33 years at CSUN

Diane Roxas

February 7, 2018

Professor Robert Cleve is retiring this semester after teaching in the history department for 33 years. He got his bachelor’s degree in history at CSUN before continuing to get a master’s and doctorate at UCLA where he specialized in Ancient Rome. He taught at other colleges and universities in...

Emo Nite at the Echoplex returns

Emo Nite at the Echoplex returns

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...

Around the world on a student budget

Around the world on a student budget

Dalia Espinosa

September 7, 2016

Contrary to popular belief, traveling around the world doesn’t have to be so expensive for students, especially when considering the many discounts and tricks that can work around anyone’s schedule. A study conducted by the World Youth Student and Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation states...

Varsity Gay League Brings a Community to Players

Varsity Gay League Brings a Community to Players

Samantha Gullikson

September 3, 2016

Founded in 2007, Varsity Gay League (VGL) has helped create an outlet for social and physical activities for the past nine years. Owner and VGL founder Will Hackner said he started the league because he and his friends wanted something to do besides go out to bars. “I went out one night to Fiesta...

Matador Couture

Matador Couture

Meliss Arteaga

September 2, 2016

Most students are seen in fresh trendy clothes during the first week of school; hardly anyone is seen with an outdated piece of wardrobe. However, Denice Castellon and Abril Preciado, seniors at CSUN, would not use the term "outdated" when it comes to pieces they do not have in their closets anymore. Some...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child review

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child review

Ryan Mancini

August 24, 2016

While it has not been 19 years after the last book, "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" is a direct follow-up to the previous book in J.K. Rowling's series about a wizarding world and "The Boy Who Lived." The story focuses on Harry Potter's son, Albus Severus Potter, named after two of Harry's professors...

Tattoo Tuesday: Bringing a Long Distance Friendship Closer

Tattoo Tuesday: Bringing a Long Distance Friendship Closer

Ariane Azar

August 23, 2016

Amanda Ray, a 19-year-old undecided CSUN freshman, has four small tattoos that all mean the world to her. All of her tattoos are located on her left wrist, except one. “My best friend Amy lives in Maryland and I live in San Bernardino,” Ray said. “We met on Twitter through bands and mutual...

Wrestling club puts students on the mat

Wrestling club puts students on the mat

James Fike

March 20, 2016

Wrestling is one of the oldest sports and purest form of competition. The CSUN wrestling club began in fall 2014 by two former wrestlers, Brian Iguaran and Guy Kedjejian. Iguaran, a biology major, is president. While Kedjejian, a mechanical engineer major, is vice president. According to Kedjejian,...

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