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Thefts, auto accident occur on campus

Lauren Reyes

March 27, 2014

An unknown suspect threw eggs at the two victims near the University Park Apartments building 13 on March 25. The case is currently undergoing investigation by the CSUN police department. An unknown suspect stole a mobile phone that was left unattended on a desk in the University Student Union Comp...

Athletes react to college football union ruling

Asher Silberman

March 27, 2014

President Obama meets with Pope Francis Associated Students host All That Art in the Plaza Del Sol CSUN athletes react to the ruling on unionizing college football players. Anchors: Ben Ladiana, Stephanie Murguia, Natalie Palacios and Sal Samayoa. Reporters: Romy Ginsberg, Stephanie Murguia an...

Documentary shows the difficulties women face once they leave prison

One of the advocates shown in the documentary,

Jonathan Nelson

March 27, 2014

Marta Lopez-Garza, Chicana/o studies and gender and women’s studies professor at CSUN, talked about some of the realities women encounter after leaving prison in her documentary “When Will the Punishment End?” on Wednesday. The 60 minute film follows a group of women as they struggle to r...

Hula app lets you stay safe when it comes to STDs

Hula app lets you stay safe when it comes to STDs

Jonathan Nelson

March 27, 2014

Ramin Bastani had no idea his life would change forever when he was slapped in the face by a date in 2010. “I was shocked. It all happened in a few seconds,” said Bastani. He got hit not because of inappropriate behavior, but because he was curious about whether or not the woman had been tested for sexually transmitted infections recently. Fastforward t...

There’s more to do than listen to music at festivals

Photo courtesy of MCT

Patrick J. Wilkinson

March 27, 2014

Maybe we’ve been doing music festivals all wrong. Yes, we’ve shown up to the shows, enjoyed the music, ate when we had to, and fell asleep when our bodies couldn’t take it any longer, only to wake up the next day and do it all over  again. But is that the right way to go? Apart fro...

Do’s and don’ts of this summer’s Southern California music festivals

Water is a universally accepted necessity for summer festivals. Here, attendees from last year’s Coachella festival cool off. | Courtesy of MCT

Jake Tully

March 27, 2014

As bragging rights for scoring Coachella tickets are flying around faster than Indio’s tumbleweeds, so begins the preparation period for Southern California’s music festival season. Of course, preparation involves the ritual setlist puzzle-solving to squeeze in as many shows as possible, and figuring out how m...

Grab some grub on wheels with a sampling of food trucks

Eleve Sky Deck at Glendale hosts a Fashion and Food Trucks where variety of food trucks offer people several choices from Me So Hungry Truck's burgers and fries to Recess Truck's ice cream creations on March 22, 2014 in Granada Hills, Calif.  According to the A.S. food truck service will soon arrive to CSUN campus providing a wide selection of food options for students. (Photo Credit: Ka Yun Chan/Contributor)

David Hawkins

March 26, 2014

Photo and Story by: Ka Yun Chan/Contributor Food truck is a growing foodie trend. It's becoming a luxury for people to try different tastes and a chance for businesses to stand out with their signature dishes. But not all trucks started out the same. Grilled Cheese Truck was a concept that st...

Relationship Column: How to rebuild yourself after a breakup

Relationship Column: How to rebuild yourself after a breakup

Madison Wood

March 26, 2014

Breaking up with someone can put you in an awkward and uncomfortable position. In order to keep things cordial and to end the relationship on a good note, make sure to set up a time in which you can speak with your former significant other in person. Do this to provide them closure and to answer an...

Upcoming music festivals calendar

Taylor Villescas

March 26, 2014

Event:Warped Tour Description:A longtime home for rockaholics in the summer time, Warped Tour hosts every band you loved in high school, and their new emo-pop/rock/hardcore/indie/punk/hip-hop/metal descendants. The nationwide tour kicks off in LA, and then returns to the west coast for a couple of days in...

Staff editorial: The internet, is it a privilege or human right?

Illustration by Raymond Bacsal/Contributor

Daily Sundial

March 26, 2014

There’s no denying that in this day and age, technology has taken over a considerable portion of our lives. Aside from cellphones, the most prominent technology to have hit our generation is the Internet. Now information, news and even people are literally a google search away. Back in 2011, the United Nations...

CSUN student creates film based on fictional love story during the Holocaust

CSUN student creates film based on fictional love story during the Holocaust

Araceli Castillo

March 26, 2014

After waking up from a  dream, Michael Canon was inspired to embark on a journey to start writing his 11th film. Although Canon admitted his dream was scary, which he wasn’t comfortable elaborating on, it was the motivation he needed to begin writing a love story which takes place during the Holocaust. ...

Peace out Fred Phelps, God hates you too

Illustration by Raymond Bacsal/Contributor

Ryan Mancini

March 26, 2014

Though by no means a trend, hate has become an unnecessary commodity all across the world. Many nations and many people are to blame, but history seems to redeem these odious people. As the millennials of the world age and mature and begin to make social changes and choices, the number of vile people in the w...

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