The Sundial

Therapy dogs to the rescue!

Therapy dogs to the rescue!

Justin Lee

May 9, 2018

Students and staff members gather around different types of therapy dogs, greyhound, german shepherd, pitbull and chihuahua mix, and poodle, as they were brought into a shaded area. The dogs are part of a nonprofit organization called Love on a Leash, who are dedicated to bringing happiness and comfort to people nationwide. They...

Artists transform light on water into money for water filtration stations

Artists transform light on water into money for water filtration stations

Marissa Nall

February 1, 2015

In the austere front room of Flood Magazine a bright display of surfboards represented a collaboration between photographer Rob Machado and artist Sage Vaughn aimed at reducing the use of plastic water bottles in schools. On the opposite wall, prints of photographs taken on Machado’s travels were painted with Vaughn’s...

Picture obsessed era welcomes the return of the polaroid

Picture obsessed era welcomes the return of the polaroid

Hayley Hill

September 15, 2014

Polaroid cameras are becoming popular once again. Quick photos are produced by polariods and the cameras today like the Instax mini 8, are more portable and inexpensive than most DSLR cameras. Photo Credit: Araceli Castillo/ Photo Editor The key trend of the season seems to be nostalgia in produ...

Summer exhibits showcase classic photography and memorabilia

Summer exhibits showcase classic photography and memorabilia

Hayley Hill

September 3, 2014

If you’re a music lover, you are not going to want to miss the summer exhibit, “California Dreamin:’ The Sounds of Laurel Canyon 1965-1977” featured in the Grammy Museum, located in the heart of downtown at LA Live. The exhibit features photography, music and memorabilia from artists o...

CSUN student builds unique tall bicycle

CSUN student builds unique tall bicycle

Brita Potenza

May 10, 2013

Sitting on a couch in the back of the photo lab Sean Moore opens up a family sized box of Lucky Charms. "It's never okay to skip breakfast," Moore says sarcastically. In between handfuls of marshmallows and sugary cereal bites he explains that this is his last year at CSUN. Moore will be grad...

Professor’s passion for activism influences his art

Brian De Los Santos

March 16, 2011

Professor Harry Gamboa Jr.’s first masterpiece involved a couple cans of spray paint and a wall at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art which served as his canvas. In 1972, Gamboa and two other members of his art entourage, Asco (Spanish for nauseated), had asked a museum curator at LACMA why Chicano art was nonexistent in the museum and he told them Latinos did not partake in art but rather in gangs. The art group respond...

Photographer Richard Fish’s widow donates work for Oviatt Library exhibition

Marina D. Sandoval

January 27, 2011

The Oviatt Library is extending its exhibit of the work of Richard Fish, a prolific, California-based photographer. Fish (1919-2005) is known for photographs that covered a variety of subjects for publications like the Los Angeles Times Home magazine, Sunset magazine, Better Home and Gardens and Chicag...

Photo Slideshow: “Colaboratoria”

Christianna Triolo

November 17, 2010

            The curtain on the Plaza del Sol performance hall stage rose Tuesday night to present months of hard work and dedication by graduate students and faculty from the Department of Kinesiology.  “Colaboratoria: Graduate Student and Faculty Dance Concert” is a showcase of new dances...

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