The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

Featured artist Verano Zamorano describes their piece Somos Conectados Por Siempre, 2023 to a friend on on Feb. 1, 2024, at the CSUN Art Gallery in Northridge, Calif.

Latinx art exhibit opens on campus

Rodrigo Hernandez, Assistant Culture Editor February 15, 2024

The room buzzes with excitement and anticipation as guests enter CSUN’s West Gallery on a rainy Thursday, Feb. 2, for the reception of the “Latinx Roots, American Sacrifices” exhibition. The exhibit...

CSUNs Chicano studies founder and the godfather of Chicano studies, Rodolfo F. Acuña, featured in an 2005 Daily Sundial article about his impact and contribution to the field as he entered semi-retirement.

How Chicano studies came to CSUN

Lizzy Casas, Communities Desk Editor October 16, 2023

The Chicano Studies program did not come about without a fight; in 1968, students took over the administration building, demanding more diversity on campus, including faculty, programs, and resources that...

Carmen opens at the Valley Performance Arts Center on Halloween

“Carmen” opens at the Valley Performance Arts Center on Halloween

Gabriela Rodriguez October 28, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxw7b0VKfyE One officer is killed and another is critically hurt in two separate incidents in Southern California. Matador News reporter Briseida Holguin reports on CSUN's...

Chicana/o Studies Department talks about the 45th Anniversary Benefit Concert

Chicana/o Studies Department talks about the 45th Anniversary Benefit Concert

Gabriela Rodriguez October 23, 2014

http://youtu.be/VQl2JJ5zHSU?t=5s The Canadian Parliament re-opens today, and the stock market soars on news of GM profits. Matador News reporter Cyndy Alvarado gets student reaction to a potential death...

Illustration by Julie Salvaterria/Contributor

Raise your voices: Ethnic studies needs students to stand up

Calvin Ratana February 17, 2014

Cal State Los Angeles’s Academic Senate meeting last month must have had a tense atmosphere as over 100 students, community members and activists jammed the room. But why are so many people attending...

Alumnus films the founding of Chicana/o studies at CSUN

Alumnus films the founding of Chicana/o studies at CSUN

Jonathan R. Diaz November 25, 2013

The struggles and triumphs of the early days of CSUN’s Chicana/o Studies department was the main topic during a screening of “Unrest: Founding of the Cal State Northridge Chicana/o Studies Department”...

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