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Jonathan Hay and Kaitlyn Orozco of Matadors Leading Forward won the AS presidential elections for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Matadors Leading Forward wins AS Presidential Election

Shannon Carter, Assistant News Editor April 8, 2021

Matadors Leading Forward candidates Jonathan Hay and Kaitlyn Orozco have been elected the president and vice president of the Associated Students for the 2021-2022 academic year. “I am truly grateful...

Interim Vice President for Information Technology Ranjit Philip presenting the Multi-Factor Authentication Deployment Plan during the Associated Students meeting on Monday, April 5, 2021.

CSUN will host in-car parades, virtual commencements for students who graduated during the pandemic

Fabiola Perez Lopez, Reporter April 7, 2021

Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students William Watkins joined the open forum during the Associated Students meeting to announce the upcoming virtual commencement ceremonies and the recent...

Associate Professor Judith Anne DeBonis introducing herself during the AS meeting on Monday, March 29, 2021.

Associated Students has a new Faculty Advisor; Earth Day celebrations to start on Thursday

Fabiola Perez Lopez, Reporter March 31, 2021

New faculty advisor On Monday, AS Executive Director Patrick Bailey announced the Faculty Senate’s appointment of Judith DeBonis as a temporary faculty advisor to the Associated Students. The previous...

Luis Valdez, 24, uses one of the computer stations in the CSUN University Library in Northridge, Calif. on Tuesday, March 30, 2021. Students can reserve a time slot for a computer or study room on the library's online reservation system.

CSUN University Library now open to students at limited capacity

Trevor Morgan, Assistant News Editor March 30, 2021

The CSUN University Library, formerly known as the Oviatt Library, opened its doors Monday to students for the first time in over a year after closing indefinitely in March 2020. The announcement...

A digital rendering of the Sierra Annex's interior.

CSU Board of Trustees approves next stages of Sierra Annex

Shannon Carter, Assistant News Editor March 27, 2021

The CSU Board of Trustees approved a blueprint design of the nearly $50 million construction of CSUN's Sierra Annex project on Tuesday. The project will construct a new 62,500-square-feet annex located...

The Associated Students senate passed a bill that condemns hate crimes against the Asian American community on Monday, March 22, 2021.

AS stands with the AAPI community against anti-Asian hate crimes

Fabiola Perez Lopez, Reporter March 23, 2021

On Monday, the Associated Students passed the Senate Bill Condemning the Rise of Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans created by AS President Rose Merida, Senators Denise Nguyen and Adriana Coronado. The...

Daniel Garcia, top right, the founder of Colored Minds, discusses the demands the organization has for CSUN Provost Mary Beth Walker on diversifying the CSUN faculty population on Wednesday, March 10, 2021.

Students demand CSUN to diversify faculty population

Fabiola Perez Lopez, Reporter March 16, 2021

When Luis Paz de la Vega, a first-generation college student, was applying for the master’s program in psychology at CSUN, he felt lost throughout the process. Eventually he met a Latina professor who...

CSUN's Educational Opportunity Program offices are located in Bayramian Hall. The program serves historically low-income, first-generation and educationally-disadvantaged students.

EOP awarded $35,000 grant to tackle educational inequity

Jazmin Navarrete, Reporter March 13, 2021

The Educational Opportunity Program received a grant of $35,000 to implement a targeted recruitment project that will help African American high school seniors and community college transfer students with...

Daniel Garcia, graduate student, discusses about white supremacy and racism to the Associated Students.

Associated Students aim to condemn white supremacy with new bill

Fabiola Perez Lopez, Reporter March 9, 2021

On Monday, the Associated Students Senate reviewed a senate bill which will put into motion an investigation on discriminatory actions. The AS discussed how they will condemn white supremacy on campus...

Walking the tightrope of racial battle fatigue with Cornel West

Walking the tightrope of racial battle fatigue with Cornel West

Shannon Carter, Assistant News Editor March 9, 2021

Finding the balance between fighting for social justice and maintaining one’s well being is like walking on a tightrope. As the fight against injustice takes a mental and physical toll on the people...

Classes wont look the same this semester, with limited in-person classes and specific measures in place to ensure everyone's safety.

A list of CSUN’s in-person classes for spring 2021

Logan Bik, Editor in Chief March 4, 2021

  The CSUN marketing and communications team has compiled a list of in-person classes for the spring 2021 semester and the Daily Sundial will continue to update the list it as more in-person courses...

California State University students who are currently enrolled may visit any CSU campus for access to a food pantry. A CSU ID is needed as verification for access to the food resource.

California State University food pantries open to all CSU students

Fabiola Perez Lopez, Reporter March 2, 2021

In an effort to eliminate food insecurity, the California State University Chancellor’s Office announced that the CSU campuses are extending access to their food pantries to students enrolled at any...

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