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The nail polish developed by students is said to detect when something has been poured into a drink when the persons dips his or her finger in the drink. The nail polish will change colors letting the person know there is something in his or hers drink. Photo Credit: Araceli Castillo/ Photo Editor

Sexual assault: Are we polishing over the issue?

Priscilla Ross October 13, 2014

The nail polish works like this: A woman paints her nails before going out. If she stirs her drink later with her finger, the polish would change color if the drink had come in contact with certain...

Nicolo Socola/Daily Sundial Sergia Louise Anderson, owner of The Vertitude, a pole dancing studio, shows off her talent with an aerial pose.

Pole dancing is left up for interpretation of the performers

Nicole Socala April 14, 2014

A stream of blue lights reflects across the mirrors in the dimmed studio perpetuating a Zen feel, similar to a yoga class. Stretching ensues for thirty-minutes, followed by the gradual progression into...

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...

Illustration by Jae Kitinoja

The pleasure principle: why masturbation for women can be an act of feminism

Hansook Oh February 12, 2014

Valentines day encourages men to get their women things like diamonds, chocolates and flowers. But the best thing you can do for your female partner is to become cliterate. Cliteracy is a term coined...

Let's go clubbing: feminist club seeks to raise awareness about sexual assaults on campus

Let’s go clubbing: feminist club seeks to raise awareness about sexual assaults on campus

Megan Diskin September 24, 2013

CSUN feminist club, The F Word, run by Kendra Hamilton and Skylar Grogan seeks to raise awareness for issues like sexual assault on campus.

CSUN hosts annual Take Back the Night event

ReAnne Rogers March 20, 2013

The Women’s Resource and Research Center will be hosting the 10th annual Take Back the Night rally on Thursday at 6 p.m. Students, student groups, and activists will meet at the University Student Union...

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