The Sundial

Know your rights and ours

Administrator March 1, 2010

Verbally trashing someone or something is a right and freedom that is practiced daily. As a student publication we get verbally trashed quite often. We can deal with that. But trashing our newspaper and...

Peer educators teach students about the Blues

Alexandra Brell February 25, 2010

[audio:https://sundial.csun.edu/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/TBP_AB-11.mp3|titles=The Blues Project by Alexandra Brell] Vaheh Hartoonian was running late for his geography class a year and a half ago....

Matadors’ horrid first half dooms them at UCSB

Gilberto Manzano February 25, 2010

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -- In a tale of two halves, the Matadors cut a 26-point Gaucho lead down to 69-67 after forward Willie Galick made two free throws with 25 seconds left in regulation. Gaucho...

A friendship beyond words, Deaf Matador Lizarraga, teammate Galick share unique bond

A friendship beyond words, Deaf Matador Lizarraga, teammate Galick share unique bond

Gilberto Manzano February 25, 2010

When a reporter asked CSUN forward Michael Lizarraga how it felt to be the only hearing impaired player ever to compete in an NCAA Tournament, Lizarraga immediately responded, “Did you say ‘hearing...

MOSAIC inspires courage through youth culture

MOSAIC inspires courage through youth culture

Administrator February 25, 2010

Stephanie Bermudez Staff Reporter Geraldine Marquez Staff Reporter CSUN’s Mentoring to Overcome Struggles and Inspire Courage (MOSAIC) is a program that uses youth culture to mentor and cater...

MEChA giving back through Project Youth Green

Susan Murray February 24, 2010

Laura Robledo left her birthplace, Michoacan, Mexico, when she was 3-years-old and moved with her family to the United States. As she grew up, Robledo’s mother only spoke Spanish. Her father spoke Spanish...

Smiling while singing the ‘Blues’

Kerstin Gupilan February 24, 2010

Every Friday morning, when most college students are looking forward to starting their weekend, Stacy Merlos is trying to figure out how she can help out. “As long as I’m at CSUN I’m gonna...

Anyone can make a difference

Kristin Hirai February 24, 2010

Imagine assisting an elderly person load groceries into their car, or helping a lost dog find its owner. If everyone participated in small acts of kindness regularly, our world would be a better place....

The Greek society’s philanthropy apathy

Kimberly Krieger February 24, 2010

[audio:https://sundial.csun.edu/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/GreeksVolunteer.mp3|titles=Greeks Volunteer by Kimberly Kreiger] Sororities and fraternities represent a prominent group of people at CSUN,...

A little goes a long way, even without celebrity

Alexandra Brell February 24, 2010

What do Hurricane Katrina, the tsunami of 2004, and the Haiti earthquake have in common? A celebrity-studded cry to raise money for victims followed each natural disaster. There is nothing like the...

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