The Sundial

Sundial Editor Jonathan Diaz discusses parking problems

Sundial Editor Jonathan Diaz discusses parking problems

Gabriela Rodriguez

October 2, 2014

http://youtu.be/iFKuYEgJiQU?t=5s Demonstrations continue in Hong Kong, and health officials in Dallas plan for the possibility of more ebola cases. Matador News reporter Angela Hoffman talks to Daily Sundial contributing editor Jonathan Diaz about the parking problem here at CSUN, and reporter Jareena...

Director of CSUN Health Education Program Dr. Lawrence Chu talks about the ebola crisis

Gabriela Rodriguez

October 1, 2014

http://youtu.be/AtSpGuwQyaI?t=6s The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirm the first Ebola case in the U-S. Director of CSUN's Health Education Program, Dr. Lawrence Chu explains what this means for Americans, and CSUN students react. Producers: Evan Mederos and Lorenzo Mutia Anchors:...

CSUN students react to California law giving financial aid to Dreamers

CSUN students react to California law giving financial aid to Dreamers

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 30, 2014

http://youtu.be/3CwZMjrkarY?t=5s Secret Service director Julia Pierson tells Congress White House security will improve. Matador News reporter Jose Saenz is live on campus with reaction to the new California law offering tuition aid to undocumented students. Reporter Ken Harvey is in the Sundial studio...

Evacuation of Eucalyptus Hall

Evacuation of Eucalyptus Hall

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 25, 2014

http://youtu.be/JbburU8-w-A CSUN students react to the Dodgers' playoff hopes, and to several developing stories of police violence in Los Angeles and around the country. Matador News reporter Vanessa Escalera reports live from the newsroom on this morning's evacuation of a CSUN Science Building. Producers:...

CSUN students react to Syrian air strikes

CSUN students react to Syrian air strikes

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 24, 2014

President Obama speaks at the United Nations. Matador News reporter Stephanie Lopez has student reaction to U-S air strikes in Syria. Reporter Andrew Pitters talks about National Punctuation Day with CSUN English Professor and Director of Composition Irene Clark. Producers: Rachel Benshah, Ros...

Banned Books Week at CSUN

Banned Books Week at CSUN

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 23, 2014

President Obama explains his strategy against Islamic militants in Syria, and heads to the United Nations for today's Climate Summit. Matador News reporter Sharell Huey reports live from campus on the CSU plan to place confidential advocates for sexual assault survivors on all 23 campuses, with rea...

All Work, No Pay

All Work, No Pay

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 19, 2014

The 1938 Federal Fair Labor Standards Act defines internships clearly, but many employers have found ways around the law, and college students seeking internships may find themselves being exploited instead of gaining experience. On Point looks at internships with CTVA Professor Kim Paul Friedman, a...

Mental health issues and resources at CSUN

Mental health issues and resources at CSUN

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 18, 2014

As Northern California residents face wildfires, and Cabo residents clean up after tropical storm Odile, Matador News reporter Akeisha Nabeta reports live from CSUN campus about National Preparedness Month. And reporter Nancy Mijares is live with the Sundial Editor-in-Chief Andrew Martinez to talk about mental health issues and...

Matador News talks to CSUN athletic director Brandon Martin

Matador News talks to CSUN athletic director Brandon Martin

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 17, 2014

The heat continues in Los Angeles, the Federal Reserve signals continued low interest rates, and President Obama says he's not ready yet to send U-S troops against ISIS. Matador News reporter Jasmin Dalton talks to CSUN Athletic Director Brandon Martin about the new Blacktop at the Matadome....

CSUN students try to beat the heat

CSUN students try to beat the heat

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 16, 2014

It's the third day of a record-breaking heat wave in Los Angeles, and Matador News reporter Kelsey Ducklow reports live from the CSUN campus on students' strategies for beating the heat. Reporter Beau Akers talks to Assistant Stage Manager Josh Cooper about the upcoming production of 'Juarez: A Mexican Docudrama', a presentati...

Matador News: CSUN students react to the Ray Rice situation

Matador News: CSUN students react to the Ray Rice situation

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 10, 2014

Secretary of State John Kerry was in Iraq to meet with the new country's prime minister, as President Obama prepares his speech about ISIS; Matador reporter Chantal Adams talked to Journalism Professor David Blumenkrantz about the U.S. reaction to the situation. It's National Suicide Prevention Week, and Matador News reporter R...

Matador News: The Sundial’s faculty adviser explains the new digital strategy

Matador News: The Sundial’s faculty adviser explains the new digital strategy

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 9, 2014

Obama plans to speak to the nation about his ISIS strategy; Janay Rice responds to media coverage of her marriage and her husband's suspension from the NFL, and Apple releases i-Phone 6. Matador News reporter Dayanis Lopez-Reyes talks to Sundial Faculty Advisor Gretchen Macchiarella about the CSUN newspaper's mo...

The student media organization of California State University Northridge
CSUN Matador News