The Sundial

LAPD specialist debunks ‘CSI’ rumors

Sena Schmidt

July 6, 2007

A crowd of nearly 30 at the Caf? Inquiry coffeehouse in Hollywood, Calif. welcomed LAPD crime scene investigator and fingerprint specialist, Cathy DeYoung, June 27 to discuss the grisly but fascinating details of her career and to dispel any rumors or misconceptions caused by television crime dramas. De...

Shopping addiction or couture collection?

Sena Schmidt

June 12, 2007

The college years are a trying time for most. Many of us are at that halfway point in life. We yearn for both the simplicity and comfort of childhood and for a new and mysterious, but stimulating future. At the same time, we are enveloped in a constant balancing act with time management, student loans and...

Bio 100 offers more space and advanced labs

Sena Schmidt

June 12, 2007

A new biology 100 program starting this fall offers students more enrollment spaces, a more advanced laboratory and hands-on experience never before available to CSUN students. With online lectures and virtual labs that can be accessed even from the comfort of a student's home, this new project - the fir...

The rise of online fantasy leagues

Sena Schmidt

May 16, 2007

Alexandria Keeton, a 39-year-old mother of three stands outside on the patio of her small, but cozy, three-bedroom townhouse and looks out at the horde of vehicles crowding the busy street below as she reflects on her past of failed romantic relationships. For a woman who had constantly invested too much ...

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