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SRC enforces clothing guidelines with new visual aids

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Andrea Esparza

August 22, 2018

As college students, the days of following a dress code seem long gone. However, at the Student Recreation Center, this tradition still applies. When entering through the front doors of the SRC, a range of signs and images are posted throughout the facility. On the front desk sits a poster displaying what...

Meet the new dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

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Christine Martinez

August 9, 2018

Yan Searcy begins his new position at CSUN as dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, replacing Stella Theodoulou. He was drawn to CSUN because of our mission statement and vision. The prospect of being in an urban area with a vast, diverse student body was an inspiration and a major mot...

Crime Blotter 7/18-7/24

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Agustin Garcia

July 25, 2018

July 18, Wednesday It was reported that on June 12, 5 p.m., to June 13, 8:10 a.m., an unknown suspect stole a bicycle locked on a bike rack at UPA 2. July 19, Thursday Three parking permits from A.S. Inc. rental vans were stolen from an unknown suspect at the Student Recreation Center. At Plummer Street ...

Anonymous Instagram account targets A.S. candidates

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Brandon Ilano

April 10, 2018

During the Associated Students elections, an anonymous Instagram account, @csunsecrets, made negative accusations against the running candidates, according to A.S. President Jonathan Goldenberg. Senator Alex Cañas, who ran for A.S. president under the "Rise 'N' Unite" campaign, and Diana Vicente...

CSUN Introduces Metro U-Pass

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Samantha Gullikson

August 25, 2016

Metro has partnered with CSUN to introduce Metro’s Universal College Student Transit Pass, also known as a U-Pass, this fall semester. The U-Pass costs $95 for the fall semester and allows students unlimited rides on Metro buses and rail lines from the beginning of fall to the end of winter break. Students...

Crime blotter for April 18 to April 24

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Erik Luna

April 25, 2016

Monday, April 18 A black marker was used to write graffiti in the Sierra Hall third floor men's restroom. A bicycle was stolen from the University Student Union. The bike was secured with a cable lock. An unknown suspect crashed their vehicle into a parked car at the E9 Parking Lot. The suspect left...

Strike Talk—legal guide to talking about strike

Group of demonstrators rally together

Nicollette Ashtiani

April 5, 2016

With days left until the potential California Faculty Association strike across all 23 California State University campuses, strike talk has slowly made its way into classrooms. When the CFA announced their potential strike dates, which they will pursue if they are unable to settle salary negotiations...

Women learn defense, gain confidence with RAD

Rebecca Stein, business administration major with an emphasis in real estate, hits back during a simulation practice during the last class of R.A.D. training held at the Police Services Building Thursday night. (Patricia Perdomo / The Sundial)

Sunshine Chatman

March 6, 2016

Women interested in learning self-defense had the opportunity to participate in the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) program, a shortened version of the semester-long course that consists of four three-hour sessions facilitated by the CSUN Police Services staff that ended on March 3. "It is an opportunity fo...

CSUN’s crime blotter: theft, “Cops” and the last bowl

(Sundial Illustration/ Thomas Gallegos)

Daily Sundial

April 15, 2015

It would be cool if the CSUN Crime Blotter was a weekly television show and could send you action shots of shirtless guys with mullets running away from the cops with helpless turtles in their hands. But it's not. So instead, here is this week's crime blotter with all the stupid crap CSUN students...

CSUN’s crime blotter: Spring pre-gaming, while the trash burns

(Sundial Illustration/ Thomas Gallegos)


April 1, 2015

The thing the crime log can teach you about life is that although CSUN is an amazing institution that can lead extraordinary people to living better lives, they, like everyone else, are still just a bunch of scoundrels. Below are the reasons why no matter how done up and talked up someone's credentials...

CSUN’s crime blotter: love, pain and stolen turtles

(Sundial Illustration/ Thomas Gallegos)

Daily Sundial

March 25, 2015

Last week was a good week for utter decadence and debauchery, but there was one crime that really hurt the heart. It's buried deep, like all bad wounds are. But let's not get all Drake about it. Now, here's the crime log. Alcohol/Drug Violations: For some reason, officials decided to report 10 ...

Benjamin Netanyahu’s party stays in power after winning Israeli elections

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party once after a brief tie with the centre-left Zionist Union. (Xinhua/Zuma Press/MCT)

Nate Perez

March 18, 2015

With 99.5 percent of the votes counted, incumbent Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of the right-wing Likud party, announced his victory over opponent Isaac Herzog of the centre-left Zionist Union Coalition, who conceded after the March 17 election. Maian Rahvalschi, a fellow of CSUN Hillel 818 said that Israel elect...

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