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Expectations for Matador Nights

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Mariah Sherriffe

September 3, 2015

Photo booth, a galactic casino, and glitter tattoos? It can't get any better than that. The highly anticipated event of the semester is finally here. Matador Nights has arrived with yet another creative theme: the galaxy. This year, students will be stunned with many different things, such as a...

Jordan Leicht’s early musical aspirations spawns love for Jazz

Jordan Leicht has made CSUN his second home, finding the support he needs among his fellow jazz musicians. Photo credit: Yocasta Arias

Anthony Walton

September 2, 2015

They say the best artists in through history started with humble beginnings. Jordan Leicht began his saxophone career being denied to play his first choice of instrument: the piano. With not many options outside of some recorders, the fourth grade Leicht saw a interestingly shaped instrument and thought...

Matafest Kicks Off Fall Semester at USU

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Jasmin Robinson

August 27, 2015

Classes have officially begun but that does not mean the fun has to stop. CSUN’s Matafest has become an on-campus tradition. The festivities bring together new and returning students to meet and learn of what the campus has to offer, all while enjoying good food and listening to great music. “Matafest...

Comic Book Apocalypse revives Jack Kirby’s legacy

CSUN students explore the abundance of comics and illustrations created by Jack Kirby Photo credit: Roza Asgharzadeh

Roza Asgharzadeh

August 26, 2015

Within only two hours of opening the doors to CSUN’s Art Galleries, over a hundred fans of all ages from all over the city had come to get mesmerized by a legend's decades’ worth of work. Suffice it to say, the exhibition had started off on a good note. Comic Book Apocalypse: The Graphic World of...

Artists looking to connect through No Major, No Problem

Photo courtesy of Ramaj Eroc

Mariah Sherriffe

August 21, 2015

"No Major, No Problem" brings upcoming entrepreneurs and artists together in West Hollywood to introduce themselves a little bit more on a wider scale of exposure. This free event will allow rappers, singers, instrumentalist, bloggers and more to network with one another and enjoy themselves with...

CSUN expectations versus reality of a college senior year

CSUN expectations versus reality of a college senior year

Saffana Hijaz

July 27, 2015

The fourth and final year of high school was spent chatting with friends in the cafeteria, talking about future plans of schools and dreams of starting a career after college graduation. Ozzie Saldivar is now a CSUN graduate student working on his Master’s in social work after earning his Bache...

The YOUniversity Project

The YOUniversity Project

Brooke Holland

June 23, 2015

The YOUniversity Project is a number of multi-part reports and special series produced by The Sundial. It will look into what makes the CSUN student and the factors that go into creating the college experience. The series will continue to develop over the summer.   CSUN students say goodbye to the fictional college senior year. Students said there are plenty of ways t...

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