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Tattoo Tuesday: Only Tattoos with Meaning

Greg Triana pictured

Ashley Grant

May 10, 2016

Greg Triana, 21, a kinesiology major with an emphasis in athletic training, believes that all his tattoos must hold a deeper meaning or there is no reason in getting them. Growing up, Triana never imagined getting tattoos and often found himself commenting on his friends' ink, but when he reached...

Sundial Radio Hour May 9

Trump rally pictured

Alex Razo

May 10, 2016

Sanders and Trump take Idaho and two Republicans drop out. The NHL and NBA are getting closer to crowning their new champions. Ozzy and Sharon Osborne call it quits. Anchors: Cammeron Parrish (@cammsworld), Angel Silva and Matthew Wojtasiak (@MattWojtasiak) [soundcloud url=""...

Weekly Editor’s Picks: farmers’ market, Beach Boys tribute show, “Purple Rain” screening

Purple rain screening shown with large audience

Lindsay Baffo

May 10, 2016

Tuesday 5.10-Museum Bob Dylan: Photographs by Daniel Kramer @ Grammy Museum It was an iconic transformation in music when Bob Dylan plugged in, ultimately cutting ties with his folk roots for electrifying rock. This transition, and other seminal Dylan moments were captured by photographer Daniel...

Graduate art students live through their masterpieces

Rosario Lopez - Sampieri's photography of her mother's life and work as a cobbler at the 2016 graduate exhibit. (Violet Canelo/The Sundial)

Violet Canelo

May 10, 2016

Many spectators gathered at the Main Gallery at CSUN to view the various works of graduate art students at the Masters of Arts and Masters of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibit on May 7. The exhibit is available Monday through Saturday all throughout May 2016, so that the public can view photographs, ceramic...

NCAA drug testing adjusts with modern drug habits

Comic shows drugs taking tests

Harry Bennett

May 9, 2016

Over the last 30 years, the NCAA Convention has worked on creating the most appropriate testing methods, in compliance with third party administers, to prevent the use of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) among its athletes. Drug Free Sport, located in Kansas City, Missouri, is the nation’s leader in...

CSUN completes series sweep of Cal Poly with walk-off

CSUN baseball athlete bats at home base

Diego Marquez

May 9, 2016

On a cold and cloudy afternoon in Northridge the stage was set for the Matadors to sweep visiting Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. With a combined 13 runs in the first two games of the series, the Matadors looked to keep their hot hitting going on Sunday. But Cal Poly's pitching staff had other ideas. Just...

TRENDS Fashion Show – A Designer’s Cut

People gaze up at model on the runway

Patricia Perdomo

May 8, 2016

TRENDS student organization held their 37th annual fashion show at the University Student Union Saturday. The show featured collections designed by graduating seniors in apparel design and merchandising. Designers on average featured six models and meticulously chose the hair, makeup and music for the reveal o...

Film Review “Captain America: Civil War”

Still from Captain American: Civil War shows Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch, Captain America, and Bucky

Edemy Rodriguez

May 8, 2016

Once again, Marvel created a movie that satisfies fans expectations while throwing in new edge to their third Captain America movie, Civil War. Captain America: Civil War is a must-see action movie that all ages can enjoy. Although it's not an Avenger’s movie, the many characters in the film give it tha...

CSUN baseball sweeps Cal Poly in doubleheader

CSUN players toss the ball to one another

Daniel Robles

May 8, 2016

After Friday's game was rained out, the CSUN's baseball team was able to sweep Saturday's doubleheader against the Cal Poly Mustangs with a 7-2 win in the first game and a 5-3 victory in the second game. Both victories came with the absence of a working scoreboard so the Matadors record can be chalked...

HB3 Reports: Ep. 10

HB3 Reports: Ep. 10

Alex Razo

May 6, 2016

Harry Bennett III and Clayton Cozzitorto talk MLB's best and worst squads plus NBA playoff matchups. [soundcloud url="" params="color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false" width="100%"...

CSUN track and field nearing home stretch

FILE PHOTO - Junior Jocelyne Ferrufino finished third in the women's 3000 meter run in the Northridge Invitational at the Matador Track Complex on March 21, 2015. (Richard Kontas / The Sundial)

Sunshine Chatman

May 6, 2016

Both the men's and women's track teams at CSUN have worked all season to earn recognition and qualify for the Big West Championship. The women's team are the nine-time Big West team score champions, getting their ninth at last year's championship. The men's team holds five winning team scores under their...

CSUN Matador News – May 5, 2016 – YouTube

Matador news still shows woman smoking

Frank Addelia

May 6, 2016

Hillary Clinton is in Los Angeles today, raising funds for the fight against Republican candidate Donald Trump, and fires continue to burn in western Canada. Matador News Reporter Jordan Williams has the latest on the new state regulations raising the age for buying tobacco products to 21, and reporter...

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