The Sundial

NCAA bans Matadors from 2012 postseason

Gilberto Manzano

May 27, 2011

C0-Sports Editor Alonso Tacanga contributed to this report Times sure have changed for the men's basketball team since their admirable 2009 trip to the NCAA Tournament. And it's all due to something a member of that last championship team says has changed little: grades. "That's been a problem for...

Graduation 2011

Daily Sundial

May 24, 2011

  Did you take pictures at graduation?  Send them to the Daily Sundial to be part of our graduation slideshow. Email your pictures or links to the pictures to editor@csun.edu   ...

Strametz leaves a winner, retires after 31 years

Gilberto Manzano

May 17, 2011

With tears running down his eyes, an emotional Don Strametz tried to regain his composure to speak to his team after the Big West Track and Field Championships Saturday in Irvine, California. “I’m extremely excited, especially to go out this way,” said Strametz after the Matador women picked up a s...

How to become an agent of change

Contributor

May 16, 2011

By the Gender and Women Studies  300 class "Women as Agents of Change" Think about your daily schedule.  For many of you, you wake up in a comfy bed, brush your teeth with clean water, take a relaxing, hot shower, get to campus to begin the last weeks of the semester—the last push—all while yo...

My time at CSUN

Contributor

May 16, 2011

Conor Lansdale contributor The Fall of 2006 was my first semester on campus, and every day since then I have been impressed and proud of our leadership for taking strides to improve our enjoyment and to enhance our experiences while pursuing a degree. There used to be only 2 parking structures, vintage ...

The Birdkillers

Kristin Hugo

May 16, 2011

About 4,000 birds were killed by the BP oil disaster last year. That's a lot of turkey salad gone to waste. Considering 4,000 birds according to the Deepwater Horizon response's Consolidated Fish & Wildlife Collection Report, it may look like British Petroleum is responsible for one of the greatest avian...

CSUN professor rates highly on professor ratings website

Kristin Hugo

May 16, 2011

One of CSUN’s English teachers has been listed this year on ratemyprofessor.com’s list of the top 25 professors at universities across the U.S. Dr. Evelyn McClave is a professor of English and linguistics and the coordinator of the linguistics program here at CSUN. She was listed as No. 13 in...

Students can jeopardize employment over inapropriate Facebook behavior

Brian De Los Santos

May 16, 2011

President Barrack Obama and countless of celebrities have one. You network with friends and family through it. However, among the circle of your Facebook page visitors, there might be another member lurking through your profile you might feel uncertain about, your boss (or future boss in certain cases).   As thousands of students across the nation turn the tassel and graduate wit...

Trio Voce group to perform at VPAC

Sharon Hardwick

May 16, 2011

Appearing for the first time at California State University, Northridge, ‘Trio Voce, sponsored by The Music Guild in Los Angeles, will be performing three chamber music pieces at the Valley Performing Arts Center Wednesday evening. The piano Trio Voce, which is a music ensemble of piano, cello...

CSUN grad still hunting for her dream job

Alison Geller

May 16, 2011

Getting the job of your dreams isn’t as easy as it sounds, even with a college degree, at least that is what Adriana Fonesca, 26, has found out since graduating from CSUN in Fall 2010. Fonesca graduated with a bachelor’s degree in animation and even after an 8-month internship with animation studio, Film Roman, she is still...

Student saved by soccer

Samantha Tata

May 16, 2011

As one of CSUN’s thousands of commuter students, Evelyn Vasquez does not exactly break the mold. But she has broken the constraints of the daily drive and integrated herself within the campus community using a lifelong passion: soccer. The sophomore commutes 40 miles from Compton multiple times a...

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