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

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The 2 sides of smoking marijuana on campus

Gisselle Pernett January 19, 2018
Despite new law, marijuana is still illegal on campus
Photo of the CSUN police station

Suspect with knife reported on campus

Samantha Gullikson February 7, 2017

On Tuesday morning, the CSUN Police Department transferred a call from the LAPD that reported a suspect on campus with a knife. According to Christina Villalobos, special assistant to the chief of police,...

CSUN police department

Man reported taking secret photos of women

Heidi Weinrich January 26, 2017

It was reported on Thursday that a man was seen following women on campus and taking photos of them without their knowledge. The man was reportedly seen following women at 9:54 a.m. walking from the USU...

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Police Union — Parking tickets are moneymakers for CSU

Brooke Holland April 27, 2016
Statewide University Police Association said parking tickets are a moneymaker for the school and quotas are harmful.
Ticketholders wait in line awaiting entrance to enter into Big Show

CSUN student sexually assaulted near campus during Big Show

Ryan Mancini October 3, 2015
Another student was sexually assaulted while leaving "Big Show XV"
Fire department waiting for the scene to clear. Cause is still under investigation. (Cladellain Kae David / Photo Editor)

Smoke seen at the University Hall extension construction site

Ryan Mancini April 20, 2015

Smoke was visible at the construction site beside University Hall, causing a brief street closure late Monday afternoon. Transportation security redirected traffic and pedestrian crossings. One nearby...

CSUN student Joselyn Cano and her daughter, Emily, 3, pet Django, belonging to Crescent City Police Department officer Aaron King. Photo credit: Michael Arvizu

Campus gets acquainted with CSUN PD’s K-9 unit

Michael Arvizu April 15, 2015

The CSUN Department of Police Services hosted a multi-agency police dog demonstration where members of the public and CSUN students got to meet and pet the dogs, in front of Bayramian Hall Wednesday afternoon. “People...

CSUN K-9 units respond to an alleged mysterious package found at Northridge Academy High School on Sept. 10, 2014. Photo Credit: Moises Ajanel/ The Sundial

Northridge Academy placed on precautionary lockdown

Lisette Rosales September 9, 2014

  Students and faculty resumed regular activities at Northridge Academy High School after a 90-minute investigation that resulted in a false alarm. Around 8:40 a.m. there was an unattended...

Police department restructures, officer promoted, more night patrol

Devan Patel March 17, 2014

The CSUN Department of Police Services (CSUN PD) has undergone a slew of changes since the beginning of the year, including a salary increase for its officers and the reorganization of leadership...

CSUN student charged with filing fake police report

Loren Townsley November 1, 2013

The Los Angeles City Attorney's Office has charged a CSUN student with filing a false police report claiming she awoke to a man standing above her touching her bare leg, earlier this month. According...

CSUN PD launches new emergency campaign, distributes new placards to classrooms

CSUN PD launches new emergency campaign, distributes new placards to classrooms

George Benitez September 29, 2013

>>> CORRECTION: The 911 Campaign has yet to take place. CSUN PD will be launching this campaign later this semester. CSUN Police is distributing new emergency placards throughout campus that...

Suspected gunman not found, police remain ‘vigilant’

Gabrielle Moreira April 24, 2013

A suspected gunman was spotted leaving the Oviatt Library Wednesday evening causing a frenzied police search across campus with no suspect found. CSUN Police Services sent an email notice at 4:49 p.m.,...

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