The Sundial

Virtual world a reality for CSUN students

Charles Landon November 9, 2009

Most students get up in the morning, shower, eat and do what’s needed to get to school or work. Imagine waking up, walking up to a computer and logging into a virtual reality world where not only class...

Associate Dean of CSUN’s Mike Curb College of Arts was selected as an entry for LA Femme Film Fesitval for documentary about nuns

Charles Landon October 16, 2009

“That All May Be One” chronicles the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. This particular group of nuns started in St. Louis Missouri in 1836 and went on to built their motherhouse in 1840. The sisters...

Patrick Columbine shooting survivor

Patrick Columbine shooting survivor

Charles Landon October 4, 2009

Journalist Dave Cullen spoke about the Columbine tragedy at CSUN on September 23, 2009. He spoke about a boy named Patrick and how he overcame the shooting and its consequences.

Chaparral Hall goes green

Charles Landon September 16, 2009

CSUN is going green with the new Chaparral Hall. It has many new environmentally friendly features from the way it was designed. Chaparral Hall uses fluorescent lights in all the rooms as well...

Transition to new science building, Chaparral Hall, proves to have some setbacks

Charles Landon September 14, 2009

Chaparral Hall opened its doors to CSUN students this fall holding both math and biology classes.  The four-story metal building is getting mixed reviews from teachers and students at CSUN.  While...

Spotlight: How Michael Jackson changed your life?

Spotlight: How Michael Jackson changed your life?

Charles Landon August 31, 2009

Lisa Lautman expresses her feeling over the death of the King of Pop.

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