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Watch: CSUN Neon Nights: 90s Valentine’s Day

Watch: CSUN Neon Nights: 90s Valentine’s Day

Matthew Beavers

February 6, 2015

The first Thursday of every month, “Neon Nights” features a live DJ, free food and free games all night! Now with a different musical theme every month, it’s the perfect way to get a head start on your weekend.    

Concerts at the USU

Concerts at the USU

Betsy Belle Camacho

February 5, 2015

Come check out the concerts happening every Thursday at the USU and be introduced to different cultures from around the world. There is food, activities, and music. What more could you ask for?!  

Watch: Silent Protest for Armenian Genocide

Watch: Silent Protest for Armenian Genocide

Trevor Stamp

February 5, 2015

The Armenian Students Association (ASA) held a silent protest for the 1915 Armenian Genocide on Feb. 5, 2015 on Matador Walk. Held across different campuses in unity, ASA hopes to spread awarness on genocides across histroy in the hopes of preventing future atrocities.

Matador News: February 5th, 2015

Matador News: February 5th, 2015

Matador News

February 5, 2015

Jordan begins airstrikes against ISIS; Sony co-chair Amy Pascal steps down, and CSUN students say they'd welcome soy and coconut milk at campus coffee houses. Anchors: Jacqueline Aldana, Lindsey Karlis, October Primavera and Nancy Tinajero

Matador News: February 4th, 2015

Matador News: February 4th, 2015

Matador News

February 5, 2015

Lung cancer deaths are on the rise among women, and in Taiwan, a plane crash kills more than 30 people. Anchors: Harry Abelson, Kelly Hernandez, Jordan Saucedo and Cristal Canedo Producers: Janayle Ruiz and Brenda Cruz.

Watch: A.S Farmer’s Market

Watch: A.S Farmer’s Market

Matthew Beavers

February 4, 2015

CSUN held its very first Farmer's Market Tuesday, February 2nd, near the Magnolia Walk. Local produce and food vendors were there to showcase their fresh and healthy food for CSUN students. The Farmer's Market will be held every Tuesday from 10:00 am-2:00 pm. Shot And Edited By Matthew Beavers and Alex...

Matador News

Matador News

Matador News

February 4, 2015

ISIS has posted a video it says shows a downed Jordanian pilot being burned alive, and Greek activities at CSUN are cancelled because of past hazing problems. Matador News reporter Frankie Benkovic talks to Associated Students Election Chair Amber Bynum about CSUN's first Farmers' Market.

Watch: Sundial LifeClash

Watch: Sundial LifeClash

Delmy Moran

February 3, 2015

Come check out our, first ever, entertainment episode for The Sundial newspaper. We will cover stories from lifestyle, culture clash, campus events and celebrity news. We will be producing shows for you guys every other week. This is our first episode so I hope you guys keep checking in as we will improve...

Free Museum Day in Los Angeles

Free Museum Day in Los Angeles

Julius Lasin

February 2, 2015

On Saturday, January 31st, several museums across Southern California opened their doors to visitors for free. As a result, many of the museums saw a spike in attendance. Museum visitors talk about the effect of having a free museum day and the value of accessible art in the community. In addition to...

Csun Resouces Tour

Csun Resouces Tour

Delmy Moran

February 1, 2015

Figuring out where buildings are can be difficult, if you are a new student on campus. Coming to a new school can be intimidating for many students. Most people don’t like to ask others for directions, and looking at a map can just get more confusing. This video shows how to get from the library to...

Geek Clash Ep 17: Looking Ahead

Geek Clash Ep 17: Looking Ahead

Trevor Stamp

January 28, 2015

  Welcome to the spring 2015 semester, Matadors. This is "Geek Clash," the Sundial's premier podcast. OK maybe it's not that special, but it's your destination for all things movies, television, video games and comic books. Geek Clash re-launched last semester when hosts Josh Carlton and myself...

Price Changes in F10 Parking Lot

Price Changes in F10 Parking Lot

Contributor

January 28, 2015

Parking permits for the lot F10 parking lot have been reduced up to 50 percent off, which means they are being sold for $90 a semester or $180 for the whole year. Students discuss how they feel about this new change, and Parking Manager Larry Isrow addresses why they decided to make this decision.

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