The Sundial

Vigil brings together family, friends of student killed in Metrolink crash

Adolfo Flores

September 30, 2008

Almost two weeks to the day she passed away, family, friends and professors gathered at the dorms for a night vigil honoring the memory of Aida Magdaleno. Aida was one of the 25 people who perished in the Chatsworth Metrolink accident. The 19-year-old was planning on graduating with a degree in sociol...

Awards and accolade to women behind the lens

Lilianna Oustinovskaya

September 30, 2008

Professor Alexis Krasilovsky's documentary, 'Women Behind the Camera,' continues to garner worldwide acclaim and this year is again an official selection at a myriad of prestigious international film festivals and screenings. The documentary was written, produced and directed by Krasilovsky, a profess...

Vol. 2 proves that the Goo Goo Dolls have a past and a future

Jacy DeFilippo

September 30, 2008

The Goo Goo Dolls have recently released a limited edition CD/DVD containing greatest hits, cover songs, rarities and live songs over the span of the band's long career. The Goo Goo Dolls have been in the music scene since 1985, as a local cover band that played at local bars in Buffalo, New York. Th...

Matadors can?t hang on

Alonso Tacanga

September 30, 2008

A tie on the road against the all-mighty Bruins is usually a good reason to be pleased. The men's soccer team got that result and is satisfied, but they know they could have got so much more. The Matadors (4-3-1) went into Drake Stadium, got ahead in the scoreboard twice and looked in good shape to ...

Computer science, art courses added to university catalog

William Mosshammer

September 30, 2008

The Educational Policies Committee discussed additions to the university catalog and lack of student representation during their second meeting of the semester on Sept. 24. 'I wish we had a student because we are dealing with undergraduate material and they should have a voice,' said EPC Chair Elizabeth...

Dons tie Northridge at the end

Michael Harrington

September 30, 2008

' The celebration of win No. 100 is still on hold. After taking an early lead, the Cal State Northridge Matadors (5-3-1) gave up a late goal to the University of San Francisco Dons (4-5-2) forcing the game to end in a 1-1 tie Sunday. The number of wins in school history remains 99. 'It's disheartening,...

Armenian studies program honors former professor and director

Anna Menedjian

September 30, 2008

Decades of dedication to her native language, history and culture led former professor and director of the Armenian Studies Program Hermine Mahseredjian to a lifetime achievement award Sunday from the university's Alumni and Friends of the Armenian Studies Program. 'The College of Humanities is proud ...

?Choke? the chicken: Modern day love

David MacNeal

September 30, 2008

'Choke' represents the love story of our times: despondent, selfish, and cynically optimistic. There's a line said by Sam Rockwell's character to the bizarrely attractive love interest, Kelly Macdonald, that sums up our voyeuristic and one-track ideals: 'I can't fuck you because I like you.' Rather than year...

GZA/Genius delivers with ?Pro Tools?

Manouk Akopyan

September 30, 2008

If you are a fan of high-octane, beat-knocking, 'get ya' two-step on' raps that are sure to be tearing the roof off the club this Saturday night, then Gza/Genius' latest solo album is not for you. Sorry. Move on with the Top 40. As a matter of fact, to prove his style is not mainstream and all about ge...

Staying productive on campus

Jacy DeFilippo

September 30, 2008

Whether it is studying in the library, snagging an on campus job, or getting a bite to eat at the pub there are ways to stay busy and productive. EAT There is nothing worse than hearing your stomach growl during class. For times like these, grab a snack or have a meal at school in between classes.' W...

Campus MovieFest, a grand finale

Dylan Miles

September 30, 2008

The finale for Campus Movie Fest took place Friday night at the Plaza del Sol performance center at CSUN where students, film makers and faculty had the unique opportunity to be part of the world largest student film festival. Awards were received, door prizes were given out, and movie goers had the c...

CSUN hosts Roadrunners

Emin Avakian

September 30, 2008

Before the Northridge women's volleyball team hits the road for three crucial conference matches against UC Irvine, UC Riverside, and Long Beach State, they have a non-conference opponent to worry about. And while it may be natural to look ahead to continuing the Big West Conference season, Head Coac...

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