The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

Children with disabilities need inclusion in classroom settings

Children with disabilities need inclusion in classroom settings

Daisy Gutierrez, Contributor April 10, 2024

Growing up, I was always taught to be inclusive to everyone, especially my classmates who I would see every day. My godbrother has autism, and being inclusive has always been important to me because I...

Illustration by Maliahguiya Sourgose

An overdue letter to my grief

Elizabeth Casas, Communities Desk Editor April 6, 2024

Dear grief, You took some of the best parts of me when you took her and didn’t let me say goodbye. It wasn’t a goodbye I would ever be prepared for. She's the reason for a lot of things, like how...

Illustration by Amy Sandoval

Migrant children face discrimination in legal services

Iriana Rojas Silverio, Contributor April 5, 2024

Migrant children face discrimination in legal services Migrant children who are left unaccompanied to represent themselves in court are often without an attorney and health care. When they are located...

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AI sector on edge: Overvaluation fears trigger market reassessment

Luke Knie, Reporter April 5, 2024

Nvidia, the tech industry darling, has been seen as the vanguard of artificial intelligence and has found itself at the epicenter of a maelstrom. Investors are rapidly repricing and recalibrating expectations...

Illustration by Maliahguiya Sourgose

Q&A: How social media affects mental health

Allison Maltun, Reporter March 26, 2024

Social media is a big part of our everyday lives which can affect our mental health both positively and negatively. Social media can cause a number of mental health concerns, which include anxiety, depression,...

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Stock market soars to record highs on AI boom: A bubble in the making?

Luke Knie, Reporter March 5, 2024

The stock market has surged, and optimism seems to have been renewed among investors that saw the Dow Jones hit an all-time high Friday and the S&P 500 following suit. This bullish trend is majorly...

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Investing in the stock market for beginners

Luke Knie, Reporter February 23, 2024

You need to invest — or at least, that's what people say. But should you? And if so, why and how? The capital markets, often referred to as the stock market, can appear daunting, as they are not the...

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Lower interest rates are coming: How to benefit from the decline

Luke Knie, Reporter February 17, 2024

Rapid inflation, which has affected everything from groceries to online shopping, seemed like a recent phenomenon. Despite approaching double digits in the United States in June 2022, the latest data show...

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Jerome Powell: The fate of our economy is in his hands

Luke Knie, Reporter February 8, 2024

We have narrowly avoided a severe inflation crisis, but the struggle to prevent dire economic conditions for Americans is ongoing. All eyes are on Jerome Powell, the Federal Reserve chairman, who has faced...

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How to manage your finances like a professional

Luke Knie, Contributor February 1, 2024

While nearly 75% of Americans have a budget, a startling 84% admit to regularly exceeding it, revealing a significant gap between intention and action. Managing your finances like a professional is an...

Illustration by by Maliahguiya Sourgose.

Los Angeles, a city of broken dreams

Nancy Cruz, Contributor January 25, 2024

From sandy beaches to the iconic Hollywood Sign, Los Angeles presents itself as a vibrant city full of wonder and mystique. Selling dreams of luxury and grandeur, it sits atop the long forgotten broken...

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Why you should only use credit cards

Luke Knie, Contributor January 25, 2024

I am sure someone has asked you, “Debit or credit?” I say credit every time, and you should too. You were likely brought up in a society denouncing credit cards as some financial weapon of mass destruction....

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