• How to survive with your new roommates on campus

    How to survive with your new roommates on campus

    Karlee Yong,
    Contributor

    With the new school year just around the corner, many non-commuter students are preparing to live away from their homes and with people they barely know, which is exactly when things can get a little messy, literally. Despite the countless roommate horror stories across campus and the Internet, there... READ MORE »»

    Communication is key in fostering a healthy roommate relationship.

    Illustration | Brittany England

  • Hawaii edges out Pioneer women’s soccer

    Hawaii edges out Pioneer women’s soccer

    Louis Laventure,
    Contributor

    Missed opportunities came back to bite the Cal State East Bay women’s soccer team on Tuesday falling to the visiting University of Hawaii at Hilo Vulcans 1-0 at Pioneer Stadium. The contest was primarily a defensive affair with the lone goal coming quick at just the eight minute mark when senior... READ MORE »»

    Beckah Anderson skirmishes with an opponent at Pioneer Stadium on Sept. 23.

    Photo | Tam Duong Jr.

  • Campus project receives AT&T grant

    Campus project receives AT&T grant

    Sonia Waraich,
    Campus Editor

    California State University, East Bay received a grant of $276,000 from AT&T on Tuesday to support the Hayward Promise Neighborhood initiative to provide support structures for traditionally underserved students in the local community. “We’ve been motivated for some time to address the high... READ MORE »»

    CSUEB and Hayward Unified School District officials accepting AT&T grant at Hayward High School on Sept. 23.

    Photo | Sonia Waraich

  • San Leandro brewery to release 25th anniversary beer

    San Leandro brewery to release 25th anniversary beer

    Alexia Laines,
    Contributor

    To commemorate its 25th anniversary, Drake’s Brewery of San Leandro will host an exclusive celebration in which it will release its highly anticipated anniversary beer, Headzo. The event will take place at the brewery Friday, Sept. 12 from 4-10 p.m. and include live music, a variety of barbecue,... READ MORE »»

    Headzo, Drake’s Brewery’s anniversary beer, will be released in limited quantities on Sept. 12.

    Photo | Chris Valentine

  • Director of Athletics resigns to pursue opportunity closer to family

    Director of Athletics resigns to pursue opportunity closer to family

    Leandra Galloway,
    Sports Editor

    Sara Lillevand Judd was named National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators Division II Administrator of The Year in 2013, and was appointed to the Director of Athletics position in 2012 at California State University, East Bay. Judd has only been the athletic director for two years... READ MORE »»

    Judd says she will not be a stranger as she looks forward to coming back and seeing the Pioneers in action.

    Courtesy | Jesse Cantley

Arts & Life

Auditions start Monday for campus play ‘Tartuffe’

The Theater and Dance Department on Monday will be holding auditions for the upcoming productions in the fall quarter. Through the end of this week and early Monday, students interested in auditioning for parts in the...  Read More »

Beyond Wonderland returns for its third year

Beyond Wonderland returns for its third year

Bay Area electronic music lovers and festival enthusiasts are gearing up for Northern California’s next big electronic music festival, Beyond Wonderland. Last fall, Beyond Wonderland creators took a leap in creating...  Read More »

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Features

Word on the Street

Word on the Street

“If you were on death row, what would you want your last meal to be?” ...  Read More »

Word on the Street

Word on the Street

“In the event of a major earthquake, what three things would you grab before you had to evacuate?” ...  Read More »

Word on the Street

August 21, 2014

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Metro

Sikh leader speaks out against stereotypes

Sikh leader speaks out against stereotypes

Bhai Jagjit Singh, the president of the Sikh Missionary Society of USA, is doing his best to combat what he considers a negative attitude towards foreigners and Sikhs in America. “We all bear the...  Read More »

Carnegie park rides on report

Fumes fill the air as a group of dirt bike riders rev their engines and gear up to set out on a rocky, rugged trail at Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area, or SVRA. Studies of expanding Carnegie SVRA...  Read More »

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