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CSUN’s crime blotter: vehicular theft and more swearing (with some nudity)

Daily Sundial

March 11, 2015

So last week, CSUN did a lot more dirty deeds and made for a way more interesting crime report. There's too much crazy crap to sum up, so just read it and learn about all the ratchet-ass shenanigans that make it shameful to attend this particular California State University. Alcohol/Theft Violations:Great, CSUN ki...

Students Wait Anxiously For James Franco’s ‘Big Lecture’

Students Wait Anxiously For James Franco’s ‘Big Lecture’

Madeline Sensibile

March 10, 2015

On March 10 at 6 p.m. actor and writer James Franco will be taking the stage at the VPAC for this semester's Big Lecture presented by Associated Students Productions.What looked to be nearly 500 plus students have been standing outside since early this morning, a few students said. Alyssa Hernandez,...

FCC Ruling on Net Neutrality

Marissa Nall

March 4, 2015

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decided February 26 to reclassify the Internet as a telecommunication system, rather than an information system, making Internet Service Providers (ISPs) subject to government oversight and regulation. The debate over what is called “net neutrality̶...

CSUN’s crime blotter: down, dirty and ongoing

Daily Sundial

March 4, 2015

Last week was boring. Either CSUN students are doing something right and decided to act like adults, or they just forgot how to have fun. Highlights include no drinking or drug violations but there are bicycle thefts. Without further adieu, here is the down and dirty on CSUN. Alcohol/Drug Violations: None. You've...

CSUN’s crime blotter: offensive language and unreasonable noise

Daily Sundial

February 24, 2015

Despite being an institution of higher education that is tasked with producing the next generation of outstanding professionals, crimes do happen, and students commit crime. Here is a breakdown of all the down and dirty CSUN students got caught doing last week. Alcohol/Drug Violations: There were o...

CSUN’s crime blotter: the weekly dirt on campus

Daily Sundial

February 18, 2015

Despite being an institution of higher education that is tasked with producing the next generation of outstanding professionals, crimes do happen, and students commit crime. Last week saw a few instances of vandalism, petty theft, assault and drug and alcohol possession on and near the CSUN campus. ...

Watch: Lifeclash Episode 2

Watch: Lifeclash Episode 2

Delmy Moran

February 12, 2015

Here’s our second episode of Lifeclash! It is a Valentine inspired theme so we cover stories from worst dates, creative places to go for Valentines and much more. We also have the recap of the Grammy’s and sport news. Hope you enjoy our second episode, and feel free to comment below telling us about...

Women graduating college, earning degrees more than men, study shows

Crystal Chwierut

February 26, 2014

There is an increasing gap between female college students and their male counterparts in terms of college preparation, enrollment and graduation in the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) systems, according to a recent report by the Campaign for College Opportunity. On...

Chicano studies department to focus on ethnic and immigration issues

Marissa Kindelspire

September 29, 2010

On a typical Friday, many college students can be found at a local movie theater, intellectually unwinding from a long week of school and work. On Friday, Sept. 25 however, more than 200 students and approximately 50 faculty members spent their time watching a movie at CSUN’s Whitsett Room loca...

Introducing the “real-time” web

Jacob Nahin

January 21, 2010

It’s rainy and it’s cold, the perfect time to cuddle up to the blue glow of your monitor to see what’s going on in the world. Sure, you could hit up the Los Angeles Times Web site, watch periodic updates go by as you click the “refresh” button, or you could see it all in real-time. Real-time, that means what is going on RIGHT NOW, an...

Editor’s Note

Lilianna Oustinovskaya

August 2, 2009

It has recently been brought to our attention that two unidentified men claiming to be Daily Sundial sales representatives, have been attempting to sell fake subscriptions and/or solicit donations. None of this is authorized by the newspaper. The Daily Sundial is, and has always been, a free student newsp...

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