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Bass and Beats Pilot Episode

Bass and Beats Pilot Episode

Vincent Nguyen

January 28, 2015

Bass and beats is a podcast lead by the Sundial Sports Editors Kenneth Berry and Vincent Nguyen who talk about their passion for Hip-Hop. The editors will discuss the latest in Hip-Hop with an in depth analysis of how hip hop is affecting culture, trends, and society as a whole. Current events...

10th Anniversary of Free Museum Day

10th Anniversary of Free Museum Day

Betsy Belle Camacho

January 28, 2015

More than 20 Los Angeles museums will be offering free admission on Saturday, January 31st. This year will be the celebration of the 10th annual free museum day where people will have easy access to some of the greatest art galleries, photography exhibitions, and ancient artifacts. To lend a helping hand to “museum ...

Xtreme Weekly, Issue 2: Taking a look at Winter X Games 2015

Xtreme Weekly, Issue 2: Taking a look at Winter X Games 2015

Branden Navarro

January 28, 2015

  Snowboarding: The 2015 X-Games in Aspen wrapped up Monday with Mark McMorris taking first in the men’s slope. McMorris has five X Games gold medals and said “no, it never gets old” In women's slope, Silje Norendal took first, and became back-to-back gold medalist. “I just wanted t...

Geek Clash Ep 17: Looking Ahead

Geek Clash Ep 17: Looking Ahead

Trevor Stamp

January 28, 2015

  Welcome to the spring 2015 semester, Matadors. This is "Geek Clash," the Sundial's premier podcast. OK maybe it's not that special, but it's your destination for all things movies, television, video games and comic books. Geek Clash re-launched last semester when hosts Josh Carlton and myself...

Price Changes in F10 Parking Lot

Price Changes in F10 Parking Lot

Contributor

January 28, 2015

Parking permits for the lot F10 parking lot have been reduced up to 50 percent off, which means they are being sold for $90 a semester or $180 for the whole year. Students discuss how they feel about this new change, and Parking Manager Larry Isrow addresses why they decided to make this decision.

Sci-fi burlesque seduces Hollywood in their fifth year

Sci-fi burlesque seduces Hollywood in their fifth year

Jonathan Diaz

January 28, 2015

When most people think of Star Wars fans, they tend to think of sweaty, overweight nerds with tape on their glasses, but Devil’s Playground Burlesque is out to change that perception with a parody of the classic sci-fi series. Now in its fifth year, Star Girls bills itself as the original burles...

California Dreamin’

California Dreamin’

Melisa Fumbarg

January 28, 2015

For many undocumented students, paying for college tuition can be incredibly difficult. Granted, college is expensive enough for most individuals. However, undocumented students have limited resources when it comes to getting the financial assistance they need. The National Center for Education Statis...

Eating healthier while on a student budget

Eating healthier while on a student budget

Samantha Lieb

January 28, 2015

Many aspire to eat healthy, and even loose the holiday weight. On a student salary this can be difficult. Healthy eating doesn't have to mean burning a hole in your wallet. Affordable eating shouldn't burn a hole in your stomach. It is not impossible to eat well on a budget when you know where to...

Dreamers Don’t Dream of Debt

Dreamers Don’t Dream of Debt

Daniel Shin

January 28, 2015

  The problem with the California DREAM Loan Program comes from one major (and false) assumption – undocumented graduates will be able to land better paying jobs and consistently repay their student debt on equal terms with their documented counterparts. Yes, the numbers may continu...

All Star game customs should stay in place

All Star game customs should stay in place

Anna Logan

January 28, 2015

There’s a reason why sports fans continually tune in to watch the various All Star games, and it’s not because of any unsettled scores. It’s because All Star games, whether played on the field, rink, or court, are match ups that only happen once a year, and are carried out by ...

Greeks feel the effects of pledging ban

Greeks feel the effects of pledging ban

Kathleen Johnson

January 28, 2015

Greek organizations are starting to feel the effects of last year’s decision to ban pledge activities for this semester. Last year’s ban, which came after CSUN was informed of two possible hazing-related incidents, prevents chapters from bringing in new members during rush week an event which...

CSUN continues tenure hiring push

James Canares

January 28, 2015

Attention readers: This article has been edited from it's original posting. The article incorrectly stated "Adjunct professors who wish to be tenure-track have to earn the ability to apply". Tenure-track professor earn the ability to apply for tenure after 5 years. This new version illustrates the dif...

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