Orange is NOT the new black

Orange is NOT the new black

Mario Bohanon,
Contributor

For the last eight years, Rachel Dolezal lived her life as a Black woman. She was president of the Spokane chapter of The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, NAACP, in Washington since 2014. She married a Black man and they had a child together. She attended Howard University,... READ MORE »

East Bay residents play in the buff

East Bay residents play in the buff

Brianne Kaleo,
Contributor

Dave Crutois is 63 years old and wears a suit to work as an engineer, but on the weekends, he wears nothing but a coat of sunscreen on the lawn at Sequoians Nudist Recreation...  Read More »

Bingo isn’t just for grandma anymore

Bingo isn’t just for grandma anymore

Brianne Kaleo,
Contributor

The image of bingo is traditionally that of a big hall with bad lighting, a monotone ball caller and grandmas with 30 bingo cards fastened to a table with adhesive tape. Rhythmix...  Read More »

The man of metal skills

The man of metal skills

Bryan Cordova,
Managing Editor

Wizard, Jedi, writer, metal singer, Christopher Lee was a man who wore many hats. Lee, most popularly known as Saruman from the “Lord of the Rings,” films passed away...  Read More »

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43rd Pilipino Cultural Night

It was a night out of a dark fairytale filled with twisted dreams, vampires, and spirits. The 43rd Pilipino Cultural Night brought audiences into a fantasy...  Read More »

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GANAS celebrates first graduating class

GANAS celebrates first graduating class

Louis Laventure,
Sports and Campus Editor

Most people believe that getting into college is difficult and it is. But the harder part is once you get accepted, obtaining a degree. For Hispanic and Latino transfer...  Read More »

CSUEB graduate interns in Nation’s Capitol

CSUEB graduate interns in Nation’s Capitol

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

Most people in a position of power in Washington D.C. don’t come from Fremont. However an East Bay native is trying to change that in a hurry. California...  Read More »

A family of Pioneers

A family of Pioneers

Shannon Stroud,
Editor-in-Chief

Founded in 1957, over the last 58 years, California State University, East Bay has had a large influence on my family, as my dad, brother and uncle are all graduates from...  Read More »

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Volleyball aims to spike last season

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

For the last three years, there has been no postseason volleyball at California State University, East Bay. The CSUEB...  Read More »

NBA championship overshadows relocation to San Francisco

NBA championship overshadows relocation to San Francisco

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

The Golden State Warriors returned home to Oakland on Friday and celebrated their...  Read More »

Warriors golden in championship win

Warriors golden in championship win

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

A 40-year wait for an NBA championship is over for Golden State Warriors fans. The...  Read More »

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Thousands join March Against Monsanto

Thousands join March Against Monsanto

Kris Stewart,
Online and Social Media Editor

Genetically Modified Organisms sound like a vicious parasite that escaped a laboratory during a science fiction film when in actuality, it’s an ingredient found in the majority of foods consumed by Americans...  Read More »

Hayward Area Historical Society’s first student film festival

Hayward Area Historical Society’s first student film festival

Shannon Stroud,
Metro Editor

Lights, camera, action! The Hayward Area Historical Society, in partnership with the Tennyson High School Community Multimedia Academy, will hold the first student film festival tonight for free at...  Read More »

Hayward homeless rates below county average

Hayward homeless rates below county average

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

Despite what many people believe, the homeless epidemic is not on the rise in Hayward. Since as early as 2003, surveys, questionnaires and censuses taken by subcontractors of Alameda County have been...  Read More »

Donation boxes change scene in Berkeley

Donation boxes change scene in Berkeley

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

The Berkeley City Council approved a proposal from both the Downtown Berkeley Association and the...  Read More »

Bicyclists rope rodeo in Downtown Hayward

Bicyclists rope rodeo in Downtown Hayward

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

When you hear the word rodeo, bicycles aren’t the first thing that come to mind. The City of Hayward and bicycle shop Cyclepath...  Read More »

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Alumna guides community through the tech world

Alumna guides community through the tech world

Kris Stewart,
Contributor

Cal State East Bay alumna Natali Morris has lived a life filled with gadgets and gizmos through her career as a tech journalist....  Read More »

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Alumna rewrites rules of traditional hip-hop

Alumna rewrites rules of traditional hip-hop

Kris Stewart,
Online and Social Media Editor

The East Bay is buzzing, or better yet bumping to the rhythm and rhyme of Muslim hip-hop artist and activist Alia Sharrief. With...  Read More »

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Pioneer of the Week: Christopher Moreman

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

Chair of the Department of Philosophy at California State University, East Bay Christopher Moreman, won a national popular culture award in April for a book he co-edited titled...  Read More »

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Letter to the Editor: Corinthian Colleges

Andrea Dupree’s article about the Corinthian Colleges (May 14, 2015) was interesting; however, she left out an important component to the story. The federal Department of...  Read More »

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Letter to the Editor: Genocide

Vanessa Hernandez,
Contributor

April 24th marks centennial of massacre of 1.5 million people. The Armenian genocide was one of the greatest tragedies to mankind during the 20th century. However, many countries...  Read More »

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