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Photos of the Day: Under the Shade

Andrea Aguila, Freshman and Fashion Merchandising Major sits under the trees on her break to practice new songs she has learned in her elective guitar class. Photo Credit: Rasta Ghafouri/ The Sundial

Rasta Ghafouri

September 25, 2014

Students have many places on campus where they relax while they wait for their next class. Many choose to lounge under the trees in the Oviatt Lawn.  

Photos of the Day: CSUN Courtyard

In an interview earlier this year CSUN's former President, Blenda J. Wilson said, “I have to believe that whatever you say about the buildings, the earthquake and work is far secondary to the human relationships and bonding that occurred among us when we were here together”. Photo Credit: Jessica Ferrufino/Contributor

Araceli Castillo

September 23, 2014

By: Jessica Ferrufino/ Contributor California State University of Northridge officials dedicated a courtyard in the center of campus to honor the legacy of former CSUN president Blenda J. Wilson on Friday January 31st 2014. Blenda was the individual that brought everything back together after...

Photos of the Day: Noontime Concert

Hugo Noyola, bassist, sound checks while Danny Monterosa, drummer, freestyles to keep the audience upbeat and into the music. Photo Credit: Vincent Nyguyen/ The Sundial

Vincent Nguyen

September 19, 2014

Alarma, an indie/reggae/rock group from Downtown Los Angeles, performed Thursday afternoon at the Plaza del Sol. The group consists of lead vocalist, acoustic guitarist and conga player Pedro Martinez, minor percussionist Alma Gonzalez, back-up vocalist and guitarist Alessandro Morosin, bassist Hugo...

Photos of the Day: Tuesday

The community of CSUN students came together to write notes of hope to spread awareness of the suicide outside the Matador Bookstore, Tuesday Sept. 16. The amount of notes posted was a reminder to always keep fighting through all obstacles. Photo Credit: Jessica Ferrufino/Contributor

Araceli Castillo

September 17, 2014

All around the world many organizations, groups, and schools are participating in suicide prevention. A week to raise awareness for a common and unfortunate event that is affecting many people around the world. At California State University, Northridge CSUN's a Ray of Hope Project gives students the op...

Picture obsessed era welcomes the return of the polaroid

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

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...

Grab some grub on wheels with a sampling of food trucks

Eleve Sky Deck at Glendale hosts a Fashion and Food Trucks where variety of food trucks offer people several choices from Me So Hungry Truck's burgers and fries to Recess Truck's ice cream creations on March 22, 2014 in Granada Hills, Calif.  According to the A.S. food truck service will soon arrive to CSUN campus providing a wide selection of food options for students. (Photo Credit: Ka Yun Chan/Contributor)

David Hawkins

March 26, 2014

Photo and Story by: Ka Yun Chan/Contributor Food truck is a growing foodie trend. It's becoming a luxury for people to try different tastes and a chance for businesses to stand out with their signature dishes. But not all trucks started out the same. Grilled Cheese Truck was a concept that st...

Students protest success fee at CSU Board of Trustees meeting

SQE members from various CSUs participate in a rally in front of the CSU Chancellor's Office in opposition to university success fees during the Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday.  (Photo Credit:Charlie Kaijo/Senior Staff)

Joanna Jacobo

March 26, 2014

Dozens of students enrolled in the California State University (CSU) system, protested against recent tuition fee increases at the CSU Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday. Several students began chanting and marching outside of the CSU Chancellor’s Office in Long Beach beginning at 9 a.m. that...

Earthquake courtyard rededicated to honor former CSUN president Blenda Wilson

Earthquake courtyard rededicated to honor former CSUN president Blenda Wilson

Lauren Reyes

January 31, 2014

In the days after the devastation of the 1994 Northridge earthquake then-CSUN President Blenda Wilson made sure the campus remained open despite $400 million in damage. Wilson was honored on Friday with the dedication of the Blenda J. Wilson courtyard, for her presidency at CSUN during the Northridge eart...

CSUN honors the legacy of Nelson Mandela

CSUN honors the legacy of Nelson Mandela

Champaign Williams

December 13, 2013

The world lost a revolutionary leader last Thursday. A leader who hoped to free his people from the tyranny of white racist rule. A leader who fought the law that created a racially separate, unequal, and unjust society for black Africans. A leader who suffered for years before experiencing the manifesta...

Everything I learned was wrong

Everything I learned was wrong

Luis Rivas

December 10, 2013

In the newsroom at the Daily Sundial we often talk about the concepts of balance and objectivity. Reporters and editors have always shared opposing arguments. Our stories are an extension of this discourse. But it’s not our fault. We are conditioned We are all conditioned, and we are taught that we are not conditioned. Especially journal...

Geophysics professor takes students out in the field

Geophysics professor takes students out in the field

Andrea Alexanian

December 9, 2013

It’s not every day your professor takes you on a field trip to see the San Andreas Fault and Vasquez Rocks or tells you to scratch rocks to find its hardness, but in geophysic professor Dr. Dayanthie Weeraratne’s geology courses, those things are part of the norm. As a geologist, identifying ...

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