The Sundial

Army veteran describes transition to student life at CSUN

Caroline Marriott

May 6, 2015

Tae Yoo was sitting on a hill re-transmitting radio signals when he came under fire. The bullet shattered the computer screen behind him and he immediately took cover.“A bullet missed my face by two inches,” Yoo said. The incident happened back in September 2011, while Yoo was serving in K...

Veterans, active duty members relax at weekly VRC Meet and Greet

Veterans, active duty members relax at weekly VRC Meet and Greet

Clarissa Perkins

October 10, 2013

The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) added a military pun to the event title “Meet Relax Eat” or MRE, a play on the acronym for meals ready-to-eat distributed in the military, that took place last Tuesday. The goal of this weekly event is to create a network of like-minded student-veterans and ...

Student alters life goals after studying abroad

Student alters life goals after studying abroad

Fredy Tlatenchi

September 17, 2012

Born in Seoul, South Korea, 23-year-old Won Gi Lee traveled a large portion of the world before settling down in Northridge. With his mother and military stepfather, Won Gi Lee was kind of an Army brat who lived in Japan, New York, Tennessee and New Jersey. Lee began going to CSUN in 2007 foll...

Men’s Soccer: Northridge get big win against Black Knights

Men’s Soccer: Northridge get big win against Black Knights

Ammons Smith

September 16, 2012

The Matadors (3-3-0) won convincingly as they shut out visiting Army (2-4-0) 5-0 in their home opener at Matador Field. The Matadors dominated from beginning to end, pushing the pace and displaying an aggressive game plan to put pressure on the Black Knights. CSUN was focused on both offense ...

Men’s Soccer: Army invades CSUN for home-opener

Men’s Soccer: Army invades CSUN for home-opener

Alex Curran

September 13, 2012

The men's soccer team (2-3) welcomes Army (2-3) to Matador Field on Friday at 7 p.m. for the first home game of the season.It's been a long and rough road so far in 2012 for the Matadors. CSUN played their first five games on the road, including two on the east coast. “I forgot we had a home ...

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