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CSUN Says: Do you think that the Matador Patrol is qualified to protect students?

CSUN student shown being interviewed about matador patrol

Nicole Wong

October 22, 2016

This week, The Sundial asked students, Do you think that the Matador Patrol is qualified to protect students?

Wells Fargo controversy causes resignation of CEO

Reporter shown at Wells Fargo bank

Valley View News

October 20, 2016

Wells Fargo has come under fire after at least two million bank accounts were opened without customer permission. The fraud had been ongoing since 2005 according to the New York Times. Former administrative assistant for the bank Julie Tishkoff said she had seen employees forging customer signatures...

Granada Hills street fair attracts local residents

Man shown taking first bite of his hotdog

Nicole Wong

October 18, 2016

The Sundial on the Granada Hills Street Fair.

Crime Blotter October 10-16

Art piece shows the words

Samantha Gullikson

October 17, 2016

Monday, Oct. 10 - A bike was stolen from a rack on the north side of the VPAC by an unknown suspect. - A victim reported being sexually assaulted in the University Park Apartments by someone they knew while the alleged suspect was studying and spending the night at the victim’s apartment. -...

CSUN Says: What’s your opinion about the second Presidential Debate?

2 CSUN students shown being interviewed

Nicole Wong

October 17, 2016

This week, The Sundial asked students, What's your opinion about the second Presidential Debate and has it changed the way you are going your vote?

CSUN Clubs and Organizations Hold Welcome Party for New Students

Booths for CSUN clubs and organizations shown at welcome party

Ebony Hardiman

October 14, 2016

Welcome Black is an annual event hosted by the Black Leadership Council. The event includes free food, performances and tabling from organizations that focus on the success of African-American students. This year, the spotlight was on the members of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, also known as...

Gentrification of Los Angeles Creates New Troubles for Low Income Families

Woman shown being interviewed on gentrification

Valley View News

October 13, 2016

Gentrification in Los Angeles may be making it difficult for low-income families to keep their homes. Gentrification is when urban neighborhoods are renovated and middle-class residents are moved in. Many cities in the Los Angeles area are now experiencing this phenomenon. It has been a controversial...

New Study Reveals Consistency In Latino Voting

Student shown being interviewed near the Oviatt Library

Matador News

October 13, 2016

Despite the radical comments made by Donald Trump, Latinos views on political parties are not much different than they were in 2012. Over half of registered Latino voters still believe the Democratic party has more concern for the community than the Republican party. Of the remaining voters, 11 percent...

CSUN Says: How do you feel about CSUN not having a football team?

Student being interviewed about football

Nicole Wong

October 9, 2016

This week, The Sundial asked students, How do you feel about CSUN not having a football team?

CSUN Making the Move Toward Cultural Housing

CSUN Making the Move Toward Cultural Housing

Valley View News

October 6, 2016

CSUN is arguably one of the most diverse universities in the nation. Despite this, the university has been behind the curve when it comes to culturally themed housing. Many universities such as Cal State LA, UCLA, and UC Berkeley have already implemented this in their housing communities. Many students...

Video Footage of Fatal Shooting Released

Student being interviewed on shooting

Matador News

October 5, 2016

A young man was fatally shot by police officers over the weekend after he was pulled over for a traffic stop. Video footage of Carnell Snell Jr. before the shooting shows him running from police officers. There have been arguments about whether or not Snell was armed as he was running from the officers....

Activists Protest Abuse in the Prison System

People shown protesting prison abuse

Valley View News

October 1, 2016

Demonstrators gathered in Los Angeles on Friday, September 9th to protest the unfair treatment of prisoners. September 9th was also the 45th anniversary of the Attica Prison Riot which is characterized as the most well know prison riot in history. Protesters demonstrated nationwide on this day to...

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