The Sundial

Beat the Blues Week: Unity in Diversity

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Nicole Merino

October 31, 2017

Beat the Blues Week put together by the Blues Project is a week full of events that reignite the conversations about suicide and depression, with their theme this year, Unity in Diversity. Stephanie Guzman, Psychology and Japanese major, fourth year and Vice President of the Blues Project said that the t...

Crime Blotter 10/25 – 10/31

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Lauren Turner Dunn

October 31, 2017

Wednesday, Oct. 25Within a day an unknown suspect damaged the elevator call buttons on the first floor and second floor of building 16 in the University Park Apartments. Thursday, Oct. 26The investigation continues after someone damaged a concrete trashcan in Live Oak Hall.CSUN officers cited a skateboarder ...

CSUN – Are You Aware? – Halloween 2017

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Kelcey Henderson

October 31, 2017

We asked CSUN students to share their knowledge about Halloween!

The origin of equality

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Daniela Barhanna

October 31, 2017

In light of the Harvey Weinstein allegations, actress Alyssa Milano revived the #MeToo campaign (initially created by Tarana Burke) on Twitter. She urged anyone who has been sexually harassed or assaulted to tweet #MeToo and share their personal stories in order to expose the scale of sexual abuse. Here&...

Owens hits 1,000 in loss

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Max Sullivan

October 31, 2017

Aeryn Owens became the 13th women’s volleyball player in CSUN history to reach 1,000 kills Friday night but the Matadors fell in four sets to visiting University California Irvine by scores of 21-25, 25-22, 20-25, 12-15.The loss drops the Matadors to 10-12 on the season and 4-6 in Big West Conf...

CSUN soccer playoffs preview

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Ethan Hanson

October 31, 2017

Women’s Soccer (8-4-7): #2 seedOverview: CSUN was not considered a playoff team in the preseason rankings given the youth and growing pains the team was supposed to experience. Fortunately for head coach Keith West, those pains never happened. A mixture of talented freshman along with core veter...

Weekly Picks: Wine, Yoga, Aircrafts and more

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Karin Abcarians

October 30, 2017

BTBW: Yoga on the LawnWednesday, 11/1Yoga mats will be provided for everyone. This is the perfect way to get some relaxation and calming into your life as the semester continues to get more intense.12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.FreeBayramian LawnBTBW: The Power of Pausing: Mindfulness & BeyondThursday, 11/2This wo...

The Sammy Scoop: Sadness, Scandals, and Disasters

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Curtis Cammeron

October 30, 2017

Bassam Shaktah talks about the death of Robert Guilluame, who voiced Rafiki on Disney's "The Lion King", the Clinton funding for the Russia investigations, and a new type of disaster in Puerto Rico.

The Breakdown: Fire and Ice

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Curtis Cammeron

October 30, 2017

DeVaughn and Joy talk about the beef between Lil B, A Boogie, and PNB Rock, the Black Panther, the release of SUPER Slimey, and handing out this week's, "Whose Mans is This????"

Street Stories: Tell me your ghost story pt.2

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Elizabeth Vazquez

October 30, 2017

Hands that do the walking

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Ethan Hanson

October 30, 2017

It’s 25 minutes after practice and most of the CSUN women's soccer players have gone to get treatment for their aching bodies. Drill cones are put away, the mudded up penny jerseys are in bags and the balls have been stored. Well, most of them anyway.Out in the distance, shots are being blaste...

Iran nuclear deal in jeopardy

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Alin Boughousi

October 30, 2017

Earlier this month, President Trump announced his decision to cancel the Iranian nuclear deal that former President Obama set.The Iranian nuclear deal was created in 2012 due to negotiations about how the country would handle nuclear weapons. The House of Representatives recently approved a bill for ...

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