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Editorial Letter from The Sundial: Seeking justice through journalism

Protesters at the Black Lives Matter march on May 30.

The Editoral Board

June 12, 2020

In light of recent protests, set in motion by the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police, people have taken a moment to mourn and reflect as our society begins to take on changes that will shape our future. The Sundial stands in solidarity with this fight for equality, and we will continue ...

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

June 11, 2020

It is unfortunate I have to be writing this letter but in this past week, I have witnessed journalism that failed the audience The Sundial serves along with a letter from the journalism department that is completely tone-deaf regarding police brutality as it only addresses journalists but not the issue...

A message of hope from AS Vice President Deion Joseph Turner

AS Vice Presidential Deion Joseph Turner.

Deion Turner, AS Vice President

June 9, 2020

Hello everyone, my name is Deion Joseph Turner and I am the CSUN Associated Students Vice President and former president of the Black Leadership Council. I am humbled to be able to offer words of hope and listen to all of the ideas and plans that our community would like to see. I want to share with...

The uncertainty of graduating college during a pandemic

The uncertainty of graduating college during a pandemic

Alyssa Durant, Assistant Campus Editor

May 15, 2020

In the past, I always used to make the same joke when my friends and family asked me about my post-graduation plans: “I don’t know,” I’d respond, “I don’t have 2020 vision.” Now here I am, I’ve finally made it to the last week of my senior year. I’m about to be a fresh college...

Eleven 2020 graduates reflect on their time at CSUN

Eleven 2020 graduates reflect on their time at CSUN

May 10, 2020

Every spring, graduating students all over the country eagerly prepare to walk across a stage and enter a new path of life. This year, things are a little different. Graduation is a time for joy and celebration. While that is still possible, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the way graduates...

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo during the coronavirus

Cinco de Mayo in 2018

Leslie Ignacio, Editor-In-Chief of El Nuevo Sol

May 5, 2020

Contrary to what many believe, Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s Independence Day, but rather the day in which Mexico defeated the French during the Battle of Puebla in 1862 despite being outnumbered. As many in the United States are home in quarantine, saddened that they won’t be able to go out and...

Fitness advice during the coronavirus

Fitness advice during the coronavirus

Ashley Hawn, Reporter

May 5, 2020

With the stay-at-home order continuing to last through the spring and into the summer months, it has become a major challenge for people to find the motivation and the means to work out. As a personal trainer myself with no access to a gym or equipment, I have had to become quite creative with my...

The Holocaust: Never again, never forget

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April 27, 2020

This past Tuesday, April 21, was Yom HaShoah, the Jewish holiday commemorating the loss of 6 million Jews that were killed during the Holocaust. Most Americans have a vague idea of what this holiday really means. A lot of people had to read “Night” by Eli Wiesel in high school. It’s hard to put...

Dating during a global pandemic

Dating joins the list of virtual activities during quarantine.

Michaella Huck, Opinion Editor

April 17, 2020

My friend had recently left an extremely toxic relationship and was prospering in the dating scene until — excuse my language — all hell broke loose. We are all at home, and if your family isn’t driving you nuts, then you might be the least bit lonely. See, for my friend, her newly-single status...

A COVID generation: Lack of human interaction

A COVID generation: Lack of human interaction

Miguel Gonzalez, Reporter

April 14, 2020

Last semester of senior year and ready to graduate — except the world had other plans. An outbreak would come to change our world and remind us how vulnerable we are. It was taking it all while showing us how easily we fall. It just took over from one day to another. We knew about it but at the time...

The Marathon Continues, One Year After Murder of Nipsey Hussle

Nearly a year ago, people gathered outside of Nipsey Hussle's clothing store, The Marathon, after memorial services for the murdered rapper on April 11.

Michaella Huck and Andres Soto

April 1, 2020

Rapper, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Nipsey Hussle was killed on March 31, 2019 in the Crenshaw District of South Central Los Angeles. To commemorate the one year anniversary of his death, Sundial Sports Editor Andres Soto and Opinion Editor Michaella Huck reflect on the events that occurred that...

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