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“Diavolo” stuns in VPAC’s opening weekend

“Diavolo” stuns in VPAC’s opening weekend

Eliset Zapien

September 21, 2015

The Valley Performing Arts Center welcomes their first event of the 2015-2016 season with architecture in motion, Diavolo. This year the VPAC's calendar if full of innovative programming and entertainment aimed too appeal to CSUN's 40,000 students plus the larger community of the Valley. Yet, Saturday...

More than judgment and “stuff”

More than judgment and “stuff”

STEPHANIE STANZIANO

September 21, 2015

The time has come again for CSUN's clustered billboards and t-shirts with over a thousand guys and gals representing their houses loud and proud in their new bid day gear. Yes, my friends, recruitment has come and gone and each house has been filled with its fair share of new members to represent...

Musician Monday: Antonio Hurtabo

Musician Monday: Antonio Hurtabo

Nick Barrile

September 21, 2015

Antonio Hurtabo a 27- year old Senior at CSUN majoring in Breadth Studies (a flexible program that fuses all kinds of musical interests) can be found filling Cypress Hall with one of his passions, Peruvian Jazz. After picking up his first guitar at the age of 13 in order to play with friends, Hurtabo...

Audience witnesses the unexpected at “Blood Wedding”

Audience witnesses the unexpected at “Blood Wedding”

Jake Tully

September 21, 2015

Getting back into a season of theater isn’t always easy, but it’s certainly much less of a hardship when something as provocative and engaging as Blood Wedding serves as the inaugural show for California State University Northridge’s fall theater program. Highly appropriate for the season, the...

Sundial Songs of the Week: Fall Series, Vol. 3

Sundial Songs of the Week: Fall Series, Vol. 3

Vincent Nguyen

September 21, 2015

Drake and Future dropped a mix tape last night that's supposedly off-the-hook, but The Sundial is here to accompany that record with its fourth installment of the Fall Series. Not many big artists are featured this week, which means we couldn't get our hands on that mixtape, but there are some notable...

Throwback Thursday Playlist: The 1990’s

Throwback Thursday Playlist: The 1990’s

Jasmin Robinson

September 17, 2015

Don't believe the hype, the 1990's will never die. There's no doubt the era turned the music industry upside down. The music was different than what was heard before, yet oddly familiar to the ear. Considered to be the golden age of music, where raunchy, yet family friendly, rugged, yet heart warming...

What to expect at Diavolo: architecture in motion

What to expect at Diavolo: architecture in motion

Roza Asgharzadeh

September 16, 2015

Architecture and dance, two things you wouldn't imagine going hand in hand, unless you’re Jacque Heim. His visions of movement and lines are manifested in his dance company Diavolo: Architecture in Motion, and the Valley Performance Arts Center is to showcase their work this week. What architecture...

CSUN Cinematheque Continues Success

CSUN Cinematheque Continues Success

Jake Tully

September 15, 2015

Depending on who you ask on campus, Thursday nights might stand for a night of partying, a celebration of the three-day weekend to come, or an evening spent at The Freudian Sip cramming for an exam. For others, Thursday nights on campus are reserved for CSUN’s Cinematheque, a...

How students will experiment with “Blood Wedding”

Jake Tully

September 15, 2015

This weekend at the Experimental Theater of the Valley Performing Art Center, be prepared to abandon any preconceptions of theater with CSUN’s production of Blood Wedding. Under the helm of director Chris Jackson, the play promises to stay true to the surreal nature of the Spanish drama by Fred...

Apple’s upgraded policy, products

Apple’s upgraded policy, products

Laine Wherritt

September 15, 2015

Apple unveiled the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, along with new payment plans, and the iPad Pro earlier this month. The tech giants announced a new payment plan that will allow customers an affordable way to upgrade devices annually as they are released. By paying 24 monthly installments ranging from...

New show ‘Narcos’ depicts Pablo Escobar’s infamous history

New show ‘Narcos’ depicts Pablo Escobar’s infamous history

Michelle Moran

September 14, 2015

The new crime drama on Netflix, "Narcos," portrays the rise of Pablo Escocar, the notorious drug lord from Medellin, Columbia. This 10-episode series was created by Chris Brancato, Eric Newman and Carlo Bernard, who not only touch upon Escobar's life, but also the lives of other members of the Medellin...

Musician Mondays: Garrett Bower

Musician Mondays: Garrett Bower

Vincent Nguyen

September 14, 2015

The heat was scorching, reaching in the triple digit range for the week. It seemed like anyone that was outside was beyond crazy and brave enough to withstand the heat. But Garrett Bower, 23-year-old senior classical guitar performance major, sat out on a bench by Cypress Hall, serenading the hall...

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