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

Illustration supreme leader Khamenei, can you tell the difference between these images? What difference? Naked hair or naked body, there is no difference. Both are shameful.

Vigil held for Iranian woman

Anamarie Labrie, Reporter November 12, 2022

On Sept. 13, Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian woman was taken into custody by Iran’s “morality police” — the Iranian police unit in charge of enforcing dress code laws and policies. They accused...

illustration of two womens cutting their hair

CSUN co-hosts discussion on Iranian protests

Ozzy Anguiano, Reporter November 9, 2022

CSUN’s Civil Discourse & Social Change initiative, along with the school’s Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies program, hosted a discussion about the current protests in Iran. The event took place...

People protest the travel ban

CSUN students share how the travel ban has affected them

Nathan Hickling February 17, 2017
Students and faculty share their experiences with the White House’s executive order
Yazd in Iran. This ceremony in Iran is called Sadeh for a Zarostian religion, which is an old religion for Persians. Courtesy photo credit: Mandana Azimi.

Student Travel Column: Destination Iran

Julie Gauthier November 30, 2015
Read about Mandana Azimi's trip to Iran
(Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Election 2016: the messy catastrophe

Ryan Mancini September 18, 2015
A close-up look at the unpleasant meeting of 11 GOP presidential contestants and their aligned, nonaligned and misaligned views on the nation's future.

Obama, step up stance on Iran

John Kami March 17, 2010

John Kami Contributing reporter Our president’s approach to solving Iran’s issues could hurt his image as President of a first class nation. Upon entering office, Obama blamed his predecessor...

Ahmadinejad says no gays in Iran

John Kami February 9, 2010

John Kami Contributing reporter The Islamic Republic of Iran has had a long history of human rights violations. Among these crimes against humanity are those committed upon gays by Iran’s...

Iran’s abuse of power extensive

John Kami January 25, 2010

John Kami Contributing reporter Since its inception, Iran’s government has abused human rights. Its government has stood on the grounds of false accusations against innocent victims, thievery,...

U.S. is bullying Iran’s nuclear program

Sara Nasrallah December 2, 2009

Sara Nasrallah Owning nuclear weapons seems to be controlled by the elite countries of the world: the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom (England), France, and China. The power structure of...

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