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Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

Katie Karroum, the newly elected Associated President, stands in front of the side door to the Associated Students Office on Monday, April 29, 2024. Walking into the office, Karroum wore an Amoeba Music shirt before changing into her suit and tie with her Amoeba pins on her bag as she entered the office. Besides running for Associated Students President, Karroum frequents the music store as she is a collector of records.

Different facets of Associated Students President Katie Karroum

Dominique Mahoney, Culture Reporter May 7, 2024

Katie Karroum initially came off as confident and self-assured. She is, as Chair of Elections Nikki Usares shared, “an old soul.” Karroum has one of those faces that carry 1,000 expressions. She spoke...

Attendees walking about at the 818 Night Market in Mission Hills, Los Angeles, Calif. on July 10, 2021.

818 Night Market: Pandemic passion projects turned into local businesses

Trevor Morgan, Online Editor July 23, 2021

  At first glance, the 818 Night Market held in Mission Hills on July 10 seemed like any other pop-up event, flea market or swap-meet before the pandemic. It looked like anything you might expect...

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Editorial: New semester, old problems

Marja Ziemer January 22, 2019
The need to take student's lives into consideration during a school shooting threat
black and white photo depicting things not being equal between the working class and man

The Inequality of Privilege

Samantha Fuller-Hall January 19, 2018
Editorial: An examination of how recently exposed opportunity gaps reflect on social inequalities.
protestors holding different signs and flags

Editorial: The importance of cultural studies

Dede Ogbueze November 1, 2017
Though the Faculty Senate voted against implementing EO 1100, questions around the purpose of the elimination of Section F still remain.
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Crime Blotter the week of September 11th

Max Sullivan September 12, 2017

Sunday, Sept. 10 Three males stole a couch at 1:15 a.m. from the second floor lobby of UPA 11. The suspects fled when confronted and the couch was returned. A CSUN police officer arrested a suspect...

Illustration by Thomas Gallegos / Culture Clash editor

That Democratic debate was pretty…pretty…pretty…good

Contributor October 22, 2015

  "Saturday Night Live" fulfills people's wishes to have the legendary Larry David portray Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders during a sketch on the Democratic debate. Oh, the...

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Canonizing genocide

Contributor October 1, 2015
Step forward, then step back.
A police officer has a conversation with CSUN student.

Editorial: the right to solicit should be unregistered

Contributor September 30, 2015
Organizations from outside of CSUN should not be registered when they have their First Amendment right of assembly.
A view of the Griffith Observatory with Downtown Los Angeles, California, in the background. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

Editorial: a double standard at the expense of science education

Contributor September 23, 2015
There should be more financial, emotional investment in science communication
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Editorial: enforcing safety while having fun

Contributor September 21, 2015
A great party is always looked out for, but there needs to be groundwork set so that the guests are looked out for too.
Illustration by Julienne Shih / Illustrator

Stand firm and hope for the best

Contributor September 16, 2015

Volleyball players stand together after 18 vacated wins.

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