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Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

LA County’s Burial of the Unclaimed Dead

Jess Brumana, Reporter February 1, 2024

For over a hundred years, Los Angeles County has held an annual ceremony to bury the remains of those who died and were unclaimed by their families. On December 14th, 2023 the unclaimed dead of 2020 were...

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...

Writer’s Pick: Top 5 TV Shows of The Year

Nylah Quijano, Contributor December 21, 2023

2023 was packed with many different types of new movies and TV shows. Whether you watched alone or with friends, there were shows that pulled at your heartstrings, made you scream at your screen or left...

Illustration by Pamela Garcia

Writer’s Pick: Top 5 Games of the Year of 2023

Jesse Illanes, Culture Reporter December 21, 2023

The landscape of video games in 2023 shows that the medium continues to evolve by presenting compelling stories, exciting and innovative gameplay experiences and, most importantly, a wide variety of games...

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SNO Test

October 10, 2022

May 10, 2022 Volume 62, Issue 10

May 9, 2022

Letter from the Editor - Michaella Huck Letter from the Editor - Mercedes Cannon-Tran From Incarceration to Liberation Two Tales of Perseverance The Show Must Go On Farewell CSUN  <Previous...

A image of a student back in 1968 holding a sign written BOYCOTT and Implement Black and Brown studies Program Now

Special Edition: First Amendment Issue

The following articles are part of a series from the Daily Sundial focusing on the First Amendment. They take a look at the history of free speech at CSUN and where it stands today.

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Letter from the editor – Issue 7

Mercedes Cannon-Tran, Magazine Managing Editor February 21, 2022

Black History Month is a time that means a great many things to different groups of people. For some like myself, it is a time of remembrance and reflection; looking to the past and honoring previous...

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We’re Hiring! Apply to join our award-winning publication

December 25, 2021

We’re hiring for spring 2022! Applications are due by Monday, January 3, at 5 p.m. To apply, click here. Joining the Daily Sundial allows students to gain valuable experience writing, editing, producing...

Pro/Con: Fighting against period poverty

Grace Da Rocha, Assistant News Editor November 29, 2021

Shira Brown has seen many women on campus running into her office at the CSUN Women’s Research and Resource Center with bloodstains on their clothing. One day a student rushed in, jacket around her waist...

Nov. 29, 2021 Volume 62 Issue 5

November 29, 2021

Letter from the editor Pro/con: Fighting against period poverty Opinion: We need intersectionality in feminism Too close for comfort: Dress codes do more harm than good Women can do it...

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South Los Angeles cafe steps up to help community combat food insecurity

Imagine you are one of eight people attending a dinner, yet there are only seven seats at the table. Someone is going home without eating. For the one in eight people in the U.S. and one in five Angelenos...

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