Women’s hoops team split games

Women’s hoops team split games

Louis LaVenture,
Sports Editor

California Collegiate Athletic Association play tipped off for the Cal State East Bay women’s basketball team this past weekend, who finished the home stand 1-1 and are...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Men’s basketball lose two games at home

Men’s basketball lose two games at home

Louis LaVenture,
Sports Editor

The Cal State East Bay men’s basketball team lost back to back California Collegiate Athletic Association home games on Friday and Saturday at Pioneer Gymnasium. The...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Finalists announced

Louis LaVenture,
Sports Editor

California State University, East Bay announced three finalists for the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics position last week, vacant since September. Stephanie Shrieve-Hawkins,...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Pioneers survive attack from Bristol Bears

Pioneers survive attack from Bristol Bears

Louis LaVenture,
Sports Editor

It was a tale of two halves for the Cal State East Bay men’s basketball team on Saturday at Pioneer Gymnasium. Despite being outscored in the second half, the Pioneers...  Read More »

December 4, 2014

Pioneers lose in overtime

Pioneers lose in overtime

Louis LaVenture,
Sports Editor

The road woes continued for the Cal State East Bay men’s basketball team on Saturday...  Read More »

November 28, 2014

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Open mic writer’s series ‘Fiction Redux’ returns

Open mic writer’s series ‘Fiction Redux’ returns

Kris Stewart,
Online & Video Editor

Associated Students Incorporated is planning their 2nd annual Fiction Redux event...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Alleged assault at CSUEB

Tiffany Jones,
Managing Editor

The University Police Department is currently investigating an alleged sexual assault of a female...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Starting college proves pricey

Starting college proves pricey

Bryan Cordova,
Metro and Spanish Editor

With college application deadlines approaching, many aspiring college students prepare for the vigorous task of preparing for college. While higher learning comes at a high...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Science students offered teaching class

Jevohn Newsome,
Contributor

Undergraduate students interested in science and teaching will be able to get some hands on experience next quarter through a class that works with local middle school students. “We...  Read More »

December 4, 2014

CSUEB hosts their first mobile film festival

CSUEB hosts their first mobile film festival

Stefani Diaz,
Contributor

In an era of smartphones, where phones can produce videos on par with some HD cameras, filmmakers have been able to shoot and produce entire films with their phones. In an...  Read More »

November 28, 2014

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It’s a Wonderful Life to hit East Bay theater

It’s a Wonderful Life to hit East Bay theater

Beatriz Alvarez,
Contributor

In the spirit of the holidays, the theater and dance department will perform “It’s a Wonderful Life,” directed by Carlos Aguirre, who has been with the California State...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Rivers releases first EP “Balloom”

Rivers releases first EP “Balloom”

Shannon Stroud,
Contributor

Kevin Rivera, who goes by his stage name Kevin Rivers, is a Bay Area native who spent the last year putting together his first five song EP, “Balloom.” The album dropped...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

‘Art Outlaw’ aims to make audience think

‘Art Outlaw’ aims to make audience think

Shannon Stroud,
Contributor

Jamie DeWolf is a performer, writer, director and self-proclaimed “art outlaw.” DeWolf recalls that people have always tried to censor his art. He created the variety...  Read More »

December 4, 2014

‘Vape’ named word of the year

‘Vape’ named word of the year

Pete Widders,
Contributor

As a thick cloud of scented smoke settled over America,  Oxford Dictionaries announced their word of the year for 2014, “...  Read More »

November 29, 2014

Mexican revolution commemorated in Berkeley

Mexican revolution commemorated in Berkeley

Richard Zepeda,
Contributor

Berkeley’s La Peña Cultural Center recently commemorated the 104th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution with a performance from Gloria...  Read More »

November 28, 2014

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Hayward reviews alcohol rules in restaurants

Hayward reviews alcohol rules in restaurants

Yesenia Martinez,
Politics Editor

Business owners in Hayward are feeling residual effects of current alcohol regulations enacted by former mayor Michael Sweeney and the city council over a year ago in a 5-2...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Full text: Obama’s immigration speech

Full text: Obama’s immigration speech

President Barack Obama nation address, as prepared for delivery, on his plan to resolve the issues regarding immigration and protect over 5 million immigrants from being...  Read More »

November 20, 2014

Local schools prep for earthquakes

Yesenia Martinez,
Contributor

San Leandro’s city council worked with local school districts on Monday to determine how they can work together with the fire department to handle emergency situations like...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

Hayward City Hall occupied with events

Tuesday’s council meeting tackled two subjects, homelessness and hunger. Revisions to affordable housing in Hayward With...  Read More »

November 5, 2014

Masons propose development on protected lands

Sonia Waraich,
Campus Editor

Tensions have been building in Union City over the fate of 63 acres of land northeast of Mission Boulevard. If passed by voters on Nov. 4, Measure...  Read More »

October 30, 2014

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Sulphur Creek gives back to local wildlife

Sulphur Creek gives back to local wildlife

Kris Stewart,
Online & Video Editor

Sulphur Creek Nature Center specializes in wildlife education and rehabilitation that serves the Hayward, Castro Valley and San Lorenzo area....  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Journalism locked behind state prison bars

Journalism locked behind state prison bars

Yousuf Fahimuddin,
Editor-in-Chief

San Quentin State Prison is known for having the biggest death row facility for men in the nation. But one thing it’s also known for is its news team, the San Quentin News. The newspaper recently...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Protesters fill the streets of the Bay Area

Protesters fill the streets of the Bay Area

Bryan Cordova,
Metro and Spanish Editor

Protesters took to the streets this past Sunday to rally up and give voices to the recent victims of police related deaths. They swarmed the corner of Broadway and 14th Street in Oakland with pickets and...  Read More »

December 10, 2014

Santa Claus convention saves animals

Santa Claus convention saves animals

Jesse Prado,
Contributor

Santacon is a night where everyone goes out dressed up as Santa Claus or Mrs. Claus to a list of venues that are considered, “santa stops.” This year marks the 20th anniversary of Santacon, since it...  Read More »

December 4, 2014

California Trail approved by city council

California Trail approved by city council

Louis LaVenture,
Sports Editor

The Oakland City Council approved conservation measures on Nov. 18 allowing the Oakland Zoo to go forward with their California Trail project. According...  Read More »

December 4, 2014

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