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Students benefit from mock interviews at Interview Frenzy

A Robert West color illustration depicts the difficulties that a young job applicant faces as he hands his resume to an intimidating employer who is seated next to a trash can full of resumes. 

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Michael Herrera

March 11, 2016

The Career Center hosted an "Interview Frenzy" on Thursday in Bayramian Hall where students were able to brush up on their interview skills with employers before going out into the work force.The event saw eager students waiting to have one-on-one 10-minute interview sessions with employers. Patricia ...

More than 100 people evacuated after fire alarm sounds

More than 100 people evacuated after fire alarm sounds

James Fike

March 9, 2016

Students, faculty and staff in Jerome Richfield Hall evacuated the building this morning after someone pulled the fire alarm. The building was evacuated around 11 a.m. and more than 100 people waited outside for the building to be cleared for re-entry. According to students outside Jerome Richfield Hal...

Freudian Sip stops loyalty cards

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Kanako Miyazaki

March 4, 2016

Freudian Sip customers are upset by the coffee shop’s sudden and unannounced elimination of their loyalty card system. The old promotion had offered free paper loyalty cards to customers which allowed them to receive a free drink after collecting 10 punches. In addition to the six Freudian Sips...

Disney Movie “Zootopia” raises social issues

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Violet Canelo

March 4, 2016

Disney’s upcoming film, “Zootopia,” directed by Byron Howard, Rich Moore and co-director Jared Bush, is a light-hearted comedic animated film, which takes place in a world where animals have evolved to live collectively in an enormous diverse city. While being visually fascinating, the film provides...

Mysterious piles have been discovered, staircase mistaken as toilet

Caution tape blocks off the third floor staircase in the  B3 parking structure on Monday.

Brooke Holland

February 25, 2016

Traffic jams aren’t the only pile up in the CSUN B3 parking structure anymore. If you take the staircase — watch your step. An unpleasant smell and yellow caution tape have recently blocked the third-floor stairs because a mystery suspect has unloaded human feces. You read correct — this...

Annual CSUN illustration club exhibition showcases student art

Minyi Liang, illustration student, and Minting Li, graphic design major at the CSUN gallery. Ellen Choi / Sundial

Ashley Horton

February 25, 2016

An illustration can show something that cannot be expressed with words alone. From American illustrator Norman Rockwell to Marvel Comics Chairman Stan Lee, illustrators have the power to illuminate by visually captivating their audience. The spring CSUN Illustration Club Exhibition is an annual event...

Crime Blotter Feb. 15 to Feb. 21

Crime Blotter Feb. 15 to Feb. 21

Erik Luna

February 22, 2016

Monday, Feb. 15 A known suspect shoved the victim at University Hall. The victim was attempting to help the suspect with information. An unknown suspect defecated in a stairwell of the B3 parking structure at unknown hours. A purse was stolen from the Student Recreation Center by unknown suspect...

State senator proposes bill to improve 4-year grad rates in California

California Senator Steve Glazer came to speak at CSUN today to introduce a bill to improve CSU four-year graduation rates (Jane Tyska/Photo taken: May 19, 2015/Bay Area News Group/TNS)

Nicollette Ashtiani

February 22, 2016

California Sen. Steve Glazer, D., introduced today at CSUN a new bill that aims to increase four-year graduation rates at California State Universities and community colleges by offering a contract to students. The contract would offer incentives to students and encourage them to graduate in four...

Tattoo Tuesday: photography passion fuels student’s tattoo inspiration

Talia Scher, a CSUN grad student, is working towards getting her credentials and masters in art education.

Ashley Grant

February 9, 2016

Talia Scher, a 28-year-old CSUN graduate student working towards receiving her credential and masters in art education, showcases her passion for photography with a large black and gray tattoo on her left arm. Scher said she fell in love with photography in college. “The camera’s lens is...

How to stay on track with your New Year’s resolutions

Molly Setnick, right, leading a workout at her studio, Crowbar Cardio, says fun is a motivator, but people still need to make a commitment to exercise. (Louis DeLuca/Dallas Morning News/TNS)

Edward Ruano

February 2, 2016

Now that 2016 is well underway, resolutions for the new year are either in full swing or screeching to a halt. If you’ve already given up on your resolutions for 2016, you’re not alone. According to University of Scranton study, only 8 percent of American adults are successful at achieving their New Year...

Solicitors on campus are a nuisance to students

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February 2, 2016

- Allison Eilhardt, 19, is a CSUN communication major. We’ve all been there — you’re sitting on campus studying or maybe you’re walking to your next class when out of nowhere there’s a solicitor breathing down your neck. This exact scenario is unfortunately a daily occurrence for most C...

CSUN student Emily Fox dies at 22

Courtesy of the Fox family.

Genna Gold

January 28, 2016

Emily Anna Fox, 22, of Santa Barbara, Calif., died on Jan. 17. She was born on April 23, 1993. Fox grew up in Santa Barbara, Calif., where she attended Foothill Elementary School, La Colina Junior High and graduated from Dos Pueblos High School in 2012. Fox was an All-Channel League golfer and,...

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