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    Annual Cinco de Mayo festival celebrates culture

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    Sophomore standout announces departure from CSUEB

  • Women’s softball splits final home games

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    Rapper YG censored at Spring Mayhem

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    California Roots will host ninth annual music and art festival

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    East Bay fails to to claim ‘Bay Bridge’ title

  • Women’s softball splits final home games

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    East Bay splits doubleheader against Dominguez Hills

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    CSUEB welcomes comedy contortionist

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    San Leandro police receive autism awareness training

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    Potential CSU tuition increase ignites protest

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    A farewell to a downtown Hayward classic

Annual Cinco de Mayo festival celebrates culture
Oakland art exhibit highlights the history of California’s cannabis movement
Hip-Hop culture gets a reintroduction
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Annual Cinco de Mayo festival celebrates culture
Tijuana band headlines Bay Area venue

Tijuana band headlines Bay Area venue

This Tuesday, at Bottom of the Hill in the Potrero Hill district of San Francisco, two East Bay bands, Skank Bank and Day Labor, opened up for touring band Los Kung Fu Mo...

Oakland art exhibit highlights the history of California’s cannabis movement

Oakland art exhibit highlights the history of California’s cannabis movement

On an easel near the front of Gallery EVB is a picture of a man with a smile on his face standing behind jail cell bars. The caption on the photo says, “Dennis Perron in...

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Annual May Day March electrifies East Bay cities
Tomato farm workers against Wendy’s fast food chain

Tomato farm workers against Wendy’s fast food chain

Journalist Yessenia Funes opens CSUEB’s Earth Week

Journalist Yessenia Funes opens CSUEB’s Earth Week

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Women’s softball splits final home games
No postseason for East Bay baseball squad

No postseason for East Bay baseball squad

May 10, 2018

San Jose Earthquakes lose to Portland at home

San Jose Earthquakes lose to Portland at home

May 10, 2018

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Sophomore standout announces departure from CSUEB
East Bay baseball inches towards a winning record

East Bay baseball inches towards a winning record

Producer Juan A. Espinosa revives ‘Barrio Expressions’ TV show

Producer Juan A. Espinosa revives ‘Barrio Expressions’ TV show

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What the Second Amendment really means and how it has changed over time
Gun regulations should progress to policy

Gun regulations should progress to policy

February 28, 2018

Nancy Pelosi’s speech broke a record but the future is still unclear

Nancy Pelosi’s speech broke a record but the future is still unclear

February 21, 2018

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If you don’t love me at my September 16, you don’t deserve me at my Cinco de Mayo
Beyonce reminds us of the power of Black Women

Beyonce reminds us of the power of Black Women

‘Far Cry 5’ explores dangers of extremism

‘Far Cry 5’ explores dangers of extremism

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Has Fidel Castro’s death changed anything in the country?
Blog from Cuba: Small business, big surprise

Blog from Cuba: Small business, big surprise

The Book Shops says goodbye

The Book Shops says goodbye

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The dogs of Cuba
Cuban hospitality

Cuban hospitality

Relating to Cuba

Relating to Cuba

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California State University East Bay