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

Alex Andre at Sunset Sessions.

Sunset Sessions: Alex Andre

PJ Shahamat, Audio Editor May 6, 2022

Alex Andre and his band joins Sunset Sessions for a performance of some of his catalog. Andre, real name Cesar Alas, discusses the stylistic transition when starting his new project and his collaboration...

Student Unrest, 1968, University Archives Photograph Collection, Special Collections and Archives, University Library, California State University, Northridge.

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.

Dreams to be Heard President Zeltsin Herrera teaches a citizenship class on Jan. 22, 2022, in Los Angeles, Calif.

Local activists fight for immigration legislation beyond DACA

Thomas Bravo, Assistant News Editor March 14, 2022

Chants of “America First” and “wait in line” were shouted during an anti-illegal immigration rally in 2010 led by then-city council member and former mayor of Santa Clarita Bob Keller, who proclaimed...

March 7, 2022 Volume 62, Issue 8

March 7, 2022

Letter from the editor Digital dating: Dangers of online dating and how to combat them Fact check: Why younger generations are saying "I don't" This generation loves porn: How is it affecting...

Feb 21, 2022 Volume 62, Issue 7

February 24, 2022

Letter from the editor Zedar Broadous: CSUN Alumnus still making a difference Solutions: Problems in the Black Film Society Colorism: Three black women explain how colorism has affected them Black...

Letter from the editor

Letter from the editor

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...

I never leave home without them. Taken at CSULB on Oct. 16, 2019.

Too close for comfort: Who even is a “traditional” student anyway?

Mercedes Cannon-Tran, Print Managing Editor February 14, 2022

Many things come to mind when the topic of a non-traditional student is brought up. Does this mean an older student, a student parent, a first-time student, or could the term “non-traditional” be making...

Feb. 14, 2022 Volume 62 Issue 6

February 14, 2022

Letter from the editor Shining example? Is CSUN doing enough for nontraditional students? 1st generation - Overcoming obstacles on the path to success From minority to majority: Why the term nontraditional...

Were Hiring! Apply to join our award-winning publication

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 better:...

Volunteers put fresh produce into individual grocery bags that will be handed out to the community of South L.A. during South LA Cafes weekly food drive in South Los Angeles, Calif., on March 31, 2021.

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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