The Sundial

Column: Is Ray Allen a traitor or an opportunist?

Ron Rokhy

October 31, 2012

Jonathan says: Traitor A tense moment unfolded on opening night between the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat. The awkward time finally came for the Heat’s newly-acquired sharpshooter Ray Allen to face his old running mates from Boston, including long-time bad boy Kevin Garnett. Despite the many repo...

Wine down, wine glasses up

Wine down, wine glasses up

Christina Pembleton

October 31, 2012

With midterms creeping up at the semester’s half way point, relaxing and distressing after long study sessions is an important part of maintaining composure. While alcohol may not be the solution to all problems, winding down with a glass of wine can be a great way for students over 21 to take a me...

Be a secret agent with these apps

Christina Bennett

October 31, 2012

Secret agents have a reputation in films of being stealthy, quick thinking and resourceful. Who says civilians can’t acquire these descriptors too? Most never get a glimpse of what it is like to be a secret agent for the government, but thanks to technology you can certainly feel like one. Armed...

Get clubbed over the head with a lot of comedy

Get clubbed over the head with a lot of comedy

Nathan McMahon

October 31, 2012

Within Los Angeles, there is a thriving comedy club scene. Many classic performers and funny people have made their comedic bones performing on the LA circuit and many clubs have laid the foundation for their careers. There’s alway a show to see and the variety of venues makes any show-catching sce...

Q&A with “Flight” director Robert Zemeckis

Jacqueline Kalisch

October 31, 2012

Robert Zemeckis, director of the upcoming Oscar buzz movie “Flight”, gives us a sneak peek on how his mystery action film was made and gives advice to students trying to make their break into Hollywood. Zemeckis is known for directing unforgettable classics such as the Back to the Future Trilogy,...

Wreck-It Ralph, another instant Disney classic

Casey Delich

October 31, 2012

Each year when Disney produces a new animation feature, audiences are geared up and expecting magic and “Wreck-It Ralph” does not disappoint. “Wreck-It Ralph,” while giving the audience a life lesson that many can use, is also a comedic adventure that will have everyone oohing and awing even...

Students with businesses…it’s possible

Regina Ahn

October 31, 2012

>>CORRECTION: The CheekyAds.com business featured in this article is not an online advertising agency and was never a family business, Victoria Khaze is the sole creator. An entrepreneur is defined as someone who risks potential initiatives with a business or many businesses. When that word...

CSUN student takes on ghoulish character

CSUN student takes on ghoulish character

Jacqueline Kalisch

October 31, 2012

  The moonlight lingers through the foliage that hangs around the endless maze. Eerie, hollow sounds of guitar strings makes the visitor feel regret for entering a trap. On the floor below, a hand reaches out and in an instant, a haunting face comes out of the shadows into view. It belongs to ...

CSUN associates in politics: a legacy of political engagement and activism

CSUN associates in politics: a legacy of political engagement and activism

Terese Torgersen

October 31, 2012

From current president of Egypt Mohamed Morsi to System of a Down frontman and activist Serj Tankian to urban studies and planning professor Raul Bocanegra, CSUN has a tradition of graduating  students and providing a home to faculty that have a passion for politics. Morsi, before becoming Egypt...

Family Fun Arcade closing its doors

Family Fun Arcade closing its doors

Ken Scarboro

October 31, 2012

Story by Alex Curran It’s Friday night and the room is about half filled with wide-eyed kids in their late teens or early twenties ready to virtually fight each other. “It will get a little busier around 11 p.m. or Midnight,” Dae Lee said before he caught himself. “Or it may just stay dead....

Valley family arcade shop closing its doors

Valley family arcade shop closing its doors

Alex Curran

October 31, 2012

It's Friday night and the room is about half filled with wide-eyed kids in their late teens or early twenties ready to virtually fight each other. “It will get a little busier around 11 p.m. or Midnight,” Dae Lee said before he caught himself. “Or it may just stay dead. Last week we...

CSUN students learn the importance of diverse faculty

Terese Torgersen

October 31, 2012

The Faculty of Color lecture explained the importance of having ethnically diverse professors to diversify the campus, Wednesday. Students of all backgrounds attended the lecture and expressed the need for having a multiracial faculty to serve as their role models. Lexa Palvszewski, senior film...

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