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Matadors falter down the stretch, lose to South Dakota, 76-72

CSUN basketball player (number 10) fights through a group of Cal State LA players in hopes to score a point.

Julius Lasin

November 16, 2015

Despite another strong performance from freshman guard Jason Richardson, the CSUN men’s basketball team lost to the University of South Dakota Coyotes, 76-72 in a back-and-forth affair. Richardson finished the game with 22 points—20 of which came in the second half—and seven assists, but the...

Cloud Nine looks to blend comedy and drama

New play titled

Eliset Zapien

November 13, 2015

Cloud Nine is a two-act play combined together to portray a time-shifting comedy of gender and sexuality by Caryl Churchill. Ryan Lisman, 21-year-old psychology major, is one of the cast members and explains that they’ve rehearsed everyday for weeks for the premier show on Friday, Nov. 13. “We’ve...

Valley Vibrations: Stoury

Nebraska, Levi June and Levi pose for Holiday Christmas photo shoot.

Lauren Gates

November 11, 2015

Three CSUN alumni formed the band STOURY, I got a chance to sit down with them to find out theirs. Friends first and band mates second, 25-year-old Levi June, 24-year-old Nebraska and 26-year-old Ryan were all smiles and laughter while we sat down with chips and salsa in Nebraska and Levi's living room...

Weekly Events: Campus activities, concerts, art shows galore

Students rush around the campus during the first week of school to attend classes, buy books and visit the Student Recreation Center. CSUN does not usually enroll a large number of students in the spring semester compared to the fall, which had the largest number of freshman in the campus' history. (File Photo / Loren Townsley / The Sundial)

Anthony Walton

November 11, 2015

Only what felt like a few weeks ago, we were complaining about how hot and disgusting it was, blissfully browsing instagram through class and wondering what was going on in the world. Now, finals are approaching but more importantly Thanksgiving, and winter break are at hand! A handful are graduating in a ...

Musician Monday: Anthony Storniolo

Anthony Storniolo is a 28-year-old senior at CSUN, studying to obtain his Bachelor’s degree in music with an emphasis in percussion performance.

Nick Barrile

November 9, 2015

Today many musicians dream of ending up on the big stage playing alongside world renowned orchestras or musicians. However there are still the few who dream of more than just fame and fortune. Anthony Storniolo is one of those few who do not require popularity and wealth. Storniolo is a 28-year-old...

Larger lineup, huge names highlight Big Comedy showcase

Photo courtesy of Associated Students

Jake Tully

November 9, 2015

With an event just in time for the impending storm of fall semester finals, Associated Student’s (A.S.) Big Comedy on Nov. 10 should serve as a relaxing reprieve to CSUN students who are about to engross themselves in studying. This year’s Big Comedy showcase will be held in the Valley Performing...

Jared Geller of “hitRECord” discusses media, crowd sourced production

Executive producer of

Thomas Gallegos

November 6, 2015

All he had was a video camera and no editing experience. He and his partner would shoot for 30 seconds and save space for more recording in the future. The collaboration was an effort to produce crowd-sourced material, which created the company, "hitRECord." It was moments like this that helped execu...

App of the Day: Mint

Alyson Burton / Illustrator

Julissa Vasquez

November 3, 2015

Many students have bank accounts through different companies and checking account information on each one can be time consuming, but the app Mint is here to make life easier.   The Mint app is free of charge and it allows for the user to be able to track their different bank account information...

Captured: The Neighbourhood

Fans experienced a flood of sounds from West Coast rockers the Neighbourhood at the Shrine Auditorium on Thursday, Oct. 29.

Vincent Nguyen

October 30, 2015

Photos and recap by Martin Sarabia The Neighbourhood returned to Los Angeles and performed at the Shrine Auditorium on Oct. 29. Coming off of a show in San Diego the night before, the band played an hour-long set in front of a home crowd. Led by front-man Jesse Rutherford released their new album "W...

Take a look inside the Broad

Inside The Broad, 1st floor.

Julie Gauthier

October 30, 2015

There's been a lot of hype behind the Broad, downtown Los Angeles' newest museum. Through exhibits like the lighting room or perhaps the long line to get in, the new museum is definitely attracting a lot of art fans. Built by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad and designed by Diller Scofidio, the...

Review: L.A. Theatre Work’s presentation of “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”

Photo credit: Matt Petit.

Jake Tully

October 30, 2015

Nearly 120 years later, Dracula proves to be one of the most spine-tingling tales our literary canon has to offer. In anticipation of the upcoming Halloween weekend, L.A. Theatre Work’s presentation of “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” at CSUN’s Valley Performing Arts Center on Wednesday was a perfectly...

Captured: Passion Pit

Michael Angelakos of Passion Pit performed at the famous Wiltern in Los Angeles Wednesday, Oct. 28.

Brooke Holland

October 29, 2015

Passion Pit helped pioneer the synth-pop "indietronica" band movement, and their performance at the Wiltern on Oct. 28 showed why they were still rulers of the trademark sound. The music they create is high energy with catchy pop hooks – even when the falsetto vocals of frontman Michael Angelakos ...

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