The Sundial

Chic and cheap tips for summer style

Joanna Beckett

April 30, 2008

Temperatures are rising and the spring semester is coming to an end, which indicates it is time to revamp our wardrobes with the fashion staples and trends of summer. This summer's fashions offer a wealth of versatility in everything from dresses to shoes. No need to worry that staying in pace with...

Bigger breasts do not lead to bigger opportunities in life

Eileen Mansoorian

April 30, 2008

What good is it to buy a large sectional sofa if you live in a studio apartment? This idea translates into every aspect of life, particularly the subject I am tackling today: Breast augmentation. Flip the pages of any magazine or tune in to any entertainment show, and you can see an array of silicon...

Men wear high heels while marching against abuse

Vanessa Leffler

April 30, 2008

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Estelle’s newest release ‘Shine’ glimmers with catchy beats

DeShawna Hornbuckle

April 30, 2008

As the late Aaliyah said, "if at first you don't succeed dust yourself off and try again," and that's exactly what the 27-year-old British singer Estelle did. Now she is in a much better place as she makes her stateside debut with the release, "Shine." "Wait a Minute (Just a Touch)," produced by will.i...

Northridge loses series against Riverside, 2-1

Debby von Winckelmann

April 30, 2008

The Cal State Northridge baseball team was just one out away from winning the second game of its three-game series against the UC Riverside Highlanders on Sunday, but ended up with a 4-3 loss instead, resulting in the series loss, as well. The Matadors headed into Sunday's rubber match in Riverside with a 1-...

Madonna’s ‘Hard Candy’ definitely not better with age

DeShawna Hornbuckle

April 30, 2008

Kabbalah's Material Girl Madonna has released her 11th album "Hard Candy," which has her reinventing herself once again with her urban meets dance sound. The disc's lead track "Candy Shop," produced by the Neptunes, finds the children's book author singing of her "candy" as she willingly welcomes customers...

Green party presidential candidate discusses U.S.’ social, political problems

Jessica Hager

April 30, 2008

As Democrats and Republicans duke it out for America's vote, the other parties are vying for attention. Green Party presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney came to CSUN on April 15 to speak about how her party is different. The environmental, social and political problems facing the country were her ...

Owners should protect feral cats from danger and trespassing

Joanna Beckett

April 30, 2008

Sitting in my backyard on Easter Sunday, enjoying the slight breeze and the last day of spring break, my bliss was abruptly interrupted by a smell I was not accustom to, but was well aware of. The stench that was slowly invading my nostrils and impairing my vision with disbelief was three strategically pl...

Campus Voice: What are your reactions to the A.S. elections tie?

Joanna Beckett

April 30, 2008

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Comedian brings light to clinical depression

Mercedes Aguilar

April 30, 2008

A former standup comedian diagnosed with clinical depression performed an act showing his 20-year struggle with depression in a humorous lecture on April 24. Brian Wetzel, who has opened for comedian George Lopez, shared his autobiographical one-man show with students at the West Valley Room at the Un...

UCI professor discusses slavery’s role on culture

Linda Coburn

April 30, 2008

Guest lecturer David Igler from the University of California, Irvine history department discussed "the hazy boundary between captivity and freedom" last Friday as part of the annual W.P. Whitsett lecture series. Igler used narratives taken from a chapter of his book-in-progress to explain the history o...

A.S. allocates $400 for radio documentary, postpones requests

Tawny Gestuvo

April 30, 2008

The A.S. Finance Committee settled five items on their agenda and discussed two requests at a special meeting on Monday. They will meet again on an undetermined date in June to discuss postponed requests. The first appeal during the meeting was from journalism graduate Joselyn Arroyo's request for $295....

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