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Ballet Folklorico Aztlan de CSUN

Alexandra Brell

May 14, 2010

Ballet Folklorico Aztlan de CSUN held their seventh annual Folklore de Mexico on May 1 at Birmingham Community Charter High School. The event celebrated 40 years of Mexican dance, culture and education at CSUN. The annual event included traditional dance of different regions accompanied by live music f...

CSUN’s Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Terry Piper dies

Yazmin Cruz

May 14, 2010

UPDATE: The memorial service honoring Piper will be held Monday, May 17, 2010 at 2 p.m. on the Manzanita Hall Lawn. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Terry D. Piper Endowment. Dr. Terry Piper, vice president for Student Affairs, who had taken an indefinite leave at the beginn...

Performing Arts Lineup

Anna Osipova

May 10, 2010

Valley Performing Arts Center Fall Line-Up on Dipity....

Some of our best coverage from 2009-2010

Administrator

May 9, 2010

Professor injured during March 4 protest speaks March 09, 2010 "On the morning of March 4, Professor Karren Baird-Olson was teaching one of her American Indian Studies classes and gave students a choice to join in on the “Day of Action.” “I had learned through advertising that a demonstrati...

Editor’s Note

Lilianna Oustinovskaya

May 9, 2010

For our last issue of the academic year, we as a staff have decided to look back and reflect on all that has transpired in the pages of the newspaper and try to capture some of the most important moments. In addition, we have included comments from the web and quotes from students and faculty members...

Looking back and looking forward

Anna Osipova

May 9, 2010

With the new performing arts center opening in the fall, and the lineup underway the Sundial look back at the performances of last semester and what’s to come for next semester. On February 2, Dance Theatre of Harlem, founded by Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook in 1969 as the first black classical ballet company, came to CSUN as part of their natio...

Let’s NOT talk about sex, baby

Kerstin Gupilan

May 9, 2010

When I was asked to pick what I thought the most memorable Life & Style story published in the last academic year was, I was stumped. Unlike the news or sports section many of the columns printed in this section aren’t really that groundbreaking, so I was really pressed to find something worth...

Shying away from the big stage: After advancing to the NCAA Semifinal for the first time in 17 years, CSUN falls to Penn State 3-0

Victor Corona

May 9, 2010

The Matadors best season in school history came to an end Thursday night at Maples Pavilion with Penn State sweeping CSUN (30-21, 30-23, 30-28) in the NCAA National Semifinal. CSUN (23-10) made it to the four-team national tournament for the first time since 1993, while Penn State were in for...

A look back at the most controversial editorials

Administrator

May 9, 2010

When I took the opinions editor position the campus community was faced with the impacts of the university’s budget cuts and frustrating economic recession. Disappointingly, campus life and the student body expressed little to no concern on these issues, helping the word “apathy” define the student’s...

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