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LA art gallery exhibits work inspired by Rick and Morty

Still shows Jay Johnson being interviewed at the LA art gallery

Nicole Wong

January 31, 2017

LA based art gallery, Gallery 1988, featured work inspired by the animated TV show, Rick and Morty.  

San Fernando Valley tackles human trafficking

man trims tree branch

Carolyne Hogikyan

January 30, 2017

Human trafficking is spreading throughout the San Fernando Valley, but district officials are cracking down on the issue. According to Councilwoman Nury Martinez, the intersection of Sepulveda Boulevard and Valerio Street is infamous for trafficking. Martinez's main concern is to protect young...

CSUN students’ expectations for Spring semester

CSUN students' expectations for Spring semester

Nikolas Samuels

January 25, 2017

The Spring semester began Monday which prompted students to think about their academic and career goals. The Sundial asked students about these goals and how they plan to achieve them this semester.

CSUN Says: Do you think Ohio State’s “Run, Hide, Fight” motto for active shooters is an effective solution?

Woman pictured being interviewed about active shooters

Nicole Wong

December 5, 2016

This week, The Sundial asked students, "Do you think Ohio State's "Run, Hide, Fight" motto for active shooters is an effective solution? Especially after their stabbing incident on campus last week. Does this motto apply to both active shooter and active stabbing situations?" This can be related to...

Students react to Trump’s tweet about flag burning

Student being interviewed about flag burning

Matador News

November 30, 2016

President-Elect Donald Trump recently gave his opinion on flag burning via his Twitter feed. According to Trump, there should be serious consequences such as loss of citizenship and/or jail time. Many anti-Trump rallies that took place after the election consisted of flag burning. Elizabeth Blakey, CSUN...

Protest group visits CSUN and other college campuses

Berta Alicia Garcia (mother to a missing daughter) speaks on Valley View News

Valley View News

November 25, 2016

Mexican Caravan is a protest group focused on stopping the violence and corruption in Mexico. The group came to CSUN to talk to students and professors about the issue. After two years, there is still 43 students who went missing from Iguala, Mexico. Many activists and mothers of the missing students...

Northridge tops list for dangerous intersections

Car crash victim being interviewed

Valley View News

November 22, 2016

It is more dangerous to cross the street in Los Angeles than any other city in California. The Statewide Integrated Traffic Records system collected data and identified the most dangerous intersections in California. Last year, California had 7,294 collisions and 57 fatalities and seven of the top ten mos...

How do you celebrate Thanksgiving based on your culture?

Student pictured being interviewed

Nicole Wong

November 21, 2016

This week The Sundial asked students How do you celebrate Thanksgiving based on your culture?

CSUN Says: What do you think about the way we treat our Veterans?

Two students shown sitting on CSUN campus

Nicole Wong

November 14, 2016

This week, The Sundial asked students What do you think about the way we treat our veterans? And how do you celebrate Veterans' Day?

CSUN Says: Do you put more effort into your Halloween costumes now that you’re older?

Girl shown at CSUN wearing green hat

Nicole Wong

November 7, 2016

This week, The Sundial asked students if they put more effort into their Halloween costumes now that they are older. And what they think of people not wearing costumes on campus.

Libertarian party candidate holds a rally

Photo shows people cheering and taking photos

Valley View News

October 27, 2016

After the last presidential debate, Hilary Clinton is leading in the race with 50 percent of the votes while Gary Johnson is trailing behind Donald Trump with six percent. Johnson held a rally in Hollywood and invited reporters and a celebrity speaker to join him. At the rally, Johnson addressed some...

Escape rooms gain massive popularity

Woman speaks about escape rooms

Valley View News

October 26, 2016

A Simi Valley escape room is one of the many themed puzzle experiences that is becoming part of a growing trend. Escape rooms are spaces where people are locked in for a set amount of time. They have to use that time to solve a series of riddles and puzzles in order to find a way out. Some companies...

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