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Review: “The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice”

Ryan Mancini

September 12, 2016

Last week Mother Teresa was canonized by the Catholic Church, making her a saint. She was known to many for having lived a life dedicated to stopping poverty and recognized for being charitable. The late British journalist and author Christopher Hitchens, however, saw Mother Teresa differently. Her...

CSUN alumnus expresses Haitian culture with art exhibit and film screening

A lot of people who visited the debut of the Haitian gallery, stopped to admire Francois Cauvin's

Jordan Ball

February 21, 2015

In the opening reception of the gallery exhibit, CSUN alumnus Jacquil Constant debuted his film “Haiti Is A Nation of Artists” and displayed various pieces of Haitian art. Constant wanted to display these pieces for the CSUN community because this is where his vision started. Haitian art is rar...

Images of Haiti on display in CSUN’s Oviatt Library

Shi Stowers

May 3, 2011

CSUN students aim to clear misconceptions of Haitian culture with an exhibit in the Oviatt Library. Curated by CSUN anthropology students, the Images of Haiti: Selections from the Dolores Yonker Collection in the library lobby display personal drawings, journals of first hand experiences and authentic artifacts collected by a former CSUN professor of art. Students enrolled i...

‘Hands for Haiti’ benefit concert raises money

Juana Esquivel

February 28, 2010

    CSUN’s Hands for Haiti, a benefit concert for those devastated by the Haiti earthquake was held Friday night. The event, which was held in the Northridge Center of the University Student Union (USU) showcased students and professionals to raise money for the Hope for Haiti Now fou...

The Earthquake of Right Wing Racism towards Haiti

Joseph Glatzer

February 23, 2010

Joseph Glatzer Most people probably think of Haiti as the poverty-stricken, island nation recently devastated by January’s earthquake. They’ve probably also heard some hateful explanations from right wing Republican commentators as to why the quake devastated the island so badly; namely that it...

NAACP helps to heal Haiti

Juana Esquivel

February 10, 2010

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) CSUN chapter hosted a fundraiser to help those devastated by the Haiti earthquake. “Help Heal Haiti” was held Tuesday night in the Games Room of the University Student Union (USU) with approximately a dozen poetic, music...

Concert at CSUN to benefit Haiti

Krista Daly

February 2, 2010

A charity concert will be held Feb. 26 on campus to help raise funds for Haiti. “Who better to understand the impact than us?” said Justin Weiss, teaching associate and Unified We Serve coordinator, said in yesterdays Associated Student’s meeting. The money will go to Hope for Haiti, a relief organization backed by George Clooney...

Staff Column: You can help victims in Haiti


January 17, 2010

The Sundial welcomes in another semester and wishes the CSUN community the best of luck this spring. Preparing to crash courses, buy your books and parking passes are all a part of the annoying process. And just a reminder to those who are freshmen and sophomores: the nagging budget cuts will only get...

How can you help victims in Haiti


January 17, 2010

Texting Text the word “Haiti” to 90999 to donate $10 to the Red Cross. Your cell phone bill will be directly charged the $10 donation amount. Wyclef Jean’s grassroots organization Yele Haiti: Text “YELE” to 501501 to contribute $5 toward food distribution and emergency relief mobilizatio...

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