The Sundial

Online university for undocumented students cancelled

Christina Cocca

September 18, 2012

The National Dream University (NDU) that could have allowed undocumented students to receive higher education was shut down last week after a California lawmaker publicly scrutinized the program. The university would have been an accredited online college. It was  a collaboration between the University...

One Asian’s thank-you note to UCLA student’s library rant

Hansook Oh

March 22, 2011

By Hansook Oh Do you ever have trouble reaching epiphanies in the library because every fifteen minutes, an Asian suddenly screams out “Ching-chong, ling-long, ting-tong” into their phone? If so, you have reason to be more afraid than annoyed. At the University of California, Los Angeles, a...

CSUN professor receives grant from the American Heart Association to research cardiac arrest

Jessica Estrada

March 1, 2011

CSUN professor Yohannes Shiferaw  received a grant from the American Heart Association to research the cause of heart attacks. The association awarded  the physics professor $76,000 per year over four years for the Stochastic Cardiac Signaling and Cardiac Arrhythmia project. Shiferaw has been...

CSUN professor receives money to study multiple sclerosis

Christiaan Patterson

February 20, 2011

CSUN’s Dr. Taeyou Jung, Department of Kinesiology, received a $28,899 grant from UCLA to collaborate on a project for people suffering from multiple sclerosis (MS). The project titled “The Effects of Cardiovascular Exercise on Cognitive Function in People with Multiple Sclerosis” is attempti...

CSUN men’s soccer unafraid of UCLA

Raul Magana

October 26, 2010

After a devastating 4-0 loss to conference rival UC Santa Barbara on the road and the season coming to a close, CSUN looks to get a signature win against soccer powerhouse No. 11 UCLA at home tonight. With only two wins this season for the Matadors (2-11-2, 1-5-1 Big West) it’s safe to say things...

Matador women’s soccer team can’t stop No. 11 UCLA

Ignacio Marquez

September 6, 2010

Los Angeles, Calif. – With two straight wins the Matador women’s soccer team looked to keep their winning ways alive against No. 11 UCLA. Soon Northridge found out how tough it was to play in Drake Stadium, as the Bruins brought the streak to a halt in a 4-1 victory over CSUN on Sunday. In...

UCLA professor to speak to CSUN students about her new research

Kimberly Krieger

March 9, 2010

UCLA Graduate School professor Linda Sax will be speaking in the Flintridge room March 15 to discuss her newest research book, “The Gender Gap in College.” Sax, who is the faculty director of the UCLA graduate school of education and information studies, specializes in the study and research of...

UCLA too strong for the Matadors

UCLA too strong for the Matadors

Kendall Capps

September 27, 2009

The CSUN women’s soccer team (4-6) lost 2-0 Friday to the No. 3-ranked UCLA Bruins at Matador Field. Despite playing without their top scorer, the Bruins had little trouble controlling play and peppering Matador goalkeeper Kellie Drenner with shots. Early in the game, UCLA had three close calls. The first ...

Avoid the Bruin attack

Kendall Capps

September 23, 2009

The CSUN women’s soccer team (4-5-0) plays host to the nation’s third-ranked team, UCLA, this Friday at Matador soccer field. Clearly, this will be a tough test for the Matadors. CSUN will try to keep momentum on its side after having won a hard-fought battle last weekend against Hawaii, 1-0....

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