Gamers anticipate Electronic Entertainment Expo

Gamers anticipate Electronic Entertainment Expo

Robert Soon,
Contributor

The annual computer and video game industry convention, where the next generation of gaming software hits the market, is expected to show off high intensity games including...  Read More »

What’s Brewing in Fremont?

What’s Brewing in Fremont?

Bri Kaleo,
Contributor

The Chamber of Commerce has arranged Fremont’s first annual Burger and Brew Fest for the Bay Area residents to come together and get a little taste of Downtown Fremont where...  Read More »

Piedmont band paddles back to Gilman St.

Piedmont band paddles back to Gilman St.

Sam Benavidez,
Arts & Life Editor

If Cole and Max Becker walked down Piedmont Avenue in Oakland, heads would likely turn at their respective green and blue hair. The Becker brothers, 19 and 21, are known for...  Read More »

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#BlackLivesMatter: More than just a hashtag

#BlackLivesMatter: More than just a hashtag

Andréa Duprée,
Copy Editor

Whether it was a punishment, or a mundane chore, it can easily be assumed that most people with a childhood have been faced with the daunting task of cleaning a room that...  Read More »

Professionals unite for restorative justice

Professionals unite for restorative justice

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

The California State University, East Bay Criminal Justice...  Read More »

Annual campus art exhibition to open

Annual campus art exhibition to open

Sam Benavidez,
Arts & Life Editor

The annual juried student exhibition at California State University, East Bay’s Art gallery is coming to the Hayward campus on...  Read More »

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Swimming adds new assistant coach

Swimming adds new assistant coach

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

The Cal State East Bay women’s swimming team made a splash out of Pioneer Pool last week. CSUEB fifth year Head Coach Ben Loorz announced the addition of a new Assistant...  Read More »

No place for Hack-a-Shaq in modern NBA

No place for Hack-a-Shaq in modern NBA

Erik Khan,
Contributor

The NBA Playoffs are unfolding in front of us and teams are doing whatever they can to gain an advantage. That means that some teams are...  Read More »

Former CSUEB athlete, coach finds niche

Former CSUEB athlete, coach finds niche

Lauren Vestal,
Contributor

Growing up, many kids dream of becoming a professional athlete. A rare few actually achieve it. Getting injured is the one thing that can stop top players from achieving high...  Read More »

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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 »

Hayward responds to U.S. police brutality

Hayward responds to U.S. police brutality

Shannon Stroud and Bryan Cordova

In response to national news involving police brutality, the City of Hayward partnered...  Read More »

Bay Area rallies against human trafficking

Bay Area rallies against human trafficking

Shannon Stroud,
Metro Editor

More than 1,500 people from all over the Bay Area filled Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium in the Brocade Club last Saturday for an anti-human trafficking event. The...  Read More »

Activists initiate urban farm revolution

Activists initiate urban farm revolution

Kris Stewart,
Online and Social Media Editor

The city of Oakland is ripe for the picking, or will be after a group of food justice activists complete their goal of renovating vacant and unused lots into urban farms. The movement is called Oakland...  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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#ThrowbackThursday: Mental health survey at Cal State Hayward

#ThrowbackThursday: Mental health survey at Cal State Hayward

Bryan Cordova,
Managing Editor

By Sandy Barnett July 12, 1989 A recent study here on campus examining student attitudes toward mental health concluded that many people continue to attach...  Read More »

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#ThrowbackThursday: Caring for Someone With Dementia

#ThrowbackThursday: Caring for Someone With Dementia

Shannon Stroud,
Metro Editor

By Phillip Davis October 22, 2010 When...  Read More »

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