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Matador Couture

Woman looks at her phone

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Most students are seen in fresh trendy clothes during the first week of school; hardly anyone is seen with an outdated piece of wardrobe. However, Denice Castellon and Abril Preciado, seniors at CSUN, would not use the term "outdated" when it comes to pieces they do not have in their closets anymore.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

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

Two women pictured with coordinates pictured tattooed on their shoulder blades

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

Brian Iguaran (left) sizing up Guy Kedjejian (right) at the CSUN wrestling club. (James Fike/The Sundial)

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,...

Students suggest a warm weather playlist

Crowds walk around Venice Beach

Michael Herrera

March 20, 2016

Spring break is here and many could not be happier. We can let go of our stress, have a couple of drinks and forget about school even if it is just for a short time. Whether we’re lounging poolside or enjoying the sun at one of the beautiful beaches, music allows us to escape reality. It doesn’t...

Local skater’s shred CSUN campus

Mauricio Arana, from Patrick Henry Middle school, performing a hardflip in front of the VPAC before being told to leave the premises. (Patricia Perdomo / The Sundial)

Daisy Perez

March 9, 2016

A group of community skaters travel from local neighborhoods to ollie, hardflip and catch air around the campus. For the mix of students from Cleveland High School, Patrick Henry Middle School and one home-schooled student, it has become a daily routine to skate on CSUN after school. According to th...

Local skater’s shred CSUN campus

Daisy Perez

March 9, 2016

A group of community skaters travel from local neighborhoods to ollie, hardflip and catch air around the CSUN campus.For these mix of students from Cleveland High School, Patrick Henry Middle School and one home-schooled student, it has become a daily routine to skate on campus after school.According to the students,...

15 Free Things To Do Before You Graduate

CSUN graduates celebrate getting their diplomas during the Art, Media and Communications graduation held at the Oviatt Library lawn, Wednesday. Photo credit: Loren Townsley

Hannah Brunelli

March 9, 2016

CSUN offers many unique resources to students that can help with academic performance, career planning, fitness, creativity, or just making fun memories. Here is a list of 15 free things students should take advantage of before graduating. 1. Take a nap in a sleeping pod. The Oasis Wellness Center...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: Chocolate and art show, illustration gallery, festival in Expo Park

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Lindsay Baffo

February 15, 2016

Monday 2.15 -Television 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards on CBS Live from the Staples Center is the 58th annual GRAMMY awards. Hosted by LL Cool J, some of the expected highlights of the events include a David Bowie tribute by Lady Gaga, a Kendrick Lamar-Taylor Swift showdown, and a return to the big...

How to stay on track with your New Year’s resolutions

Molly Setnick, right, leading a workout at her studio, Crowbar Cardio, says fun is a motivator, but people still need to make a commitment to exercise. (Louis DeLuca/Dallas Morning News/TNS)

Edward Ruano

February 2, 2016

Now that 2016 is well underway, resolutions for the new year are either in full swing or screeching to a halt. If you’ve already given up on your resolutions for 2016, you’re not alone. According to University of Scranton study, only 8 percent of American adults are successful at achieving their New Year...

CTVA program encourages diversity in the film industry

The 87th Academy Award nominee class during the luncheon at the Beverly Hills Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Monday, Feb. 2, 2015. (Al Seib/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Contributor

February 1, 2016

In hopes of bringing a change to the entertainment industry, CSUN's cinema and television arts department strives to bring diversity into their classrooms. “It hurts to see the lack of minorities being recognized in the industry,” CTVA senior Robin Sanders said.“[Minorities] have to do something...

Student Travel Column: Destination Iran

Yazd in Iran. This ceremony in Iran is called

Julie Gauthier

November 30, 2015

https://vanessapbarajas.cartodb.com/api/v2/viz/49993182-7959-11e5-a9e8-0e787de82d45/viz.json Mandana Azimi, 31, is a CSUN student years old, student in Mass Communication who traveled to Iran. Q: Where did you travel? A: "Different parts of Iran such as Qeshm and Kish iland, Yazd, Isfahan, Shiraz...

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