CSUEB women’s volleyball lose final game

CSUEB women’s volleyball lose final game

Louis LaVenture,
Sports Editor

The Cal State East Bay women’s volleyball season came to an end on Saturday at Pioneer Gymnasium. CSUEB fell to 10-17 overall and 7-15 in California Collegiate Athletic...  Read More »

November 19, 2014

CSUEB hoops break even in tourneys

CSUEB hoops break even in tourneys

Louis LaVenture,
Sports Editor

Men’s Basketball The CSUEB men’s basketball team went 1-1 in the California Collegiate Athletic Association...  Read More »

November 19, 2014

Cross-country season comes to an end

Cross-country season comes to an end

Louis LaVenture,
Sports Editor

The California Collegiate Athletic Association men’s and women’s cross-country championships were held on Saturday in San Bernardino at Glen Helen Regional Park with a...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

Friday Night Lights debuts at CSUEB

Friday Night Lights debuts at CSUEB

Louis LaVenture,
Sports Editor

The first high school football showcase of the season at California State University, East Bay on Friday was a lopsided contest before it even started. Hayward High School...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

Raiders owner meets with San Antonio

Raiders owner meets with San Antonio

Todd Washburn,
Contributor

Former San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros and other city officials traveled to the Bay Area for a meeting that could be the first step in relocating the franchise to Texas after...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

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Hate crime victims remembered

Hate crime victims remembered

Kris Stewart,
Online & Video Editor

Today is the International Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day set aside to remember victims of hate crimes...  Read More »

November 20, 2014

CSUEB offers  first social  media program

CSUEB offers first social media program

Kris Stewart,
Online & Video Editor

California State University, East Bay will launch their Social Media Marketing Certificate Program...  Read More »

November 20, 2014

Molière’s Tartuffe opens at University

Molière’s Tartuffe opens at University

Beatriz Alvarez,
Contributor

The curtains rose for the Theatre and Dance department’s...  Read More »

November 19, 2014

Writer alumna at East Bay

Writer alumna at East Bay

Shannon Stroud,
Contributor

California State University, East Bay alumna Candice Eroz Diaz comes full circle Nov. 17 as the former English major and published author returns to campus to speak in the...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

Learning past 50 at CSUEB Concord Campus

Learning past 50 at CSUEB Concord Campus

Pete Widders,
Contributor

Last week, Wednesday, 40 students gathered in the auditorium of the California State University, East Bay, Concord campus to see the Butterfield 8 Theatre Company present...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

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Scratching the surface of hip-hop history

Scratching the surface of hip-hop history

Sonia Waraich,
Campus Editor

Hip-hop has a short, but rich and lively history with much still to be discovered. Current and former hip-hop journalists ...  Read More »

November 19, 2014

Bay Area ‘merch dude’ talks behind the scenes

Bay Area ‘merch dude’ talks behind the scenes

Sam Benavidez,
Arts & Life and Social Media Editor

Brian McCann, Jr. is easily spotted behind the counter at Amoeba Music on Haight Street in San Francisco. Today, his hair is spiked and green, although his hair color and...  Read More »

November 19, 2014

Fremont band takes ‘six steps’ forward

Fremont band takes ‘six steps’ forward

AJ Luna & Sam Benavidez,
Contributor and Arts & Life Editor

Although they are fairly new on the music scene, Fremont-based alternative rock band Six Steps North has synthesized its mix...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

Seattle band wraps up US tour in Bay Area

Seattle band wraps up US tour in Bay Area

Sam Benavidez,
Arts & Life and Social Media Editor

Self-described “mutant blues/ garbage rock” band Freak Vibe from Seattle will be headlining in an all-ages show on Friday...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

CSU East Bay hosts high school music festival

Jasmine Carpenter,
Contributor

High school students from around the Bay Area convened in the theatre building on California State University, East Bay’s campus Friday to perform alongside the university’s...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

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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

Hayward surprised by unused $1.4 million

Hayward surprised by unused $1.4 million

Yousuf Fahimuddin,
Editor-in-Chief

After a financial review on Hayward’s federally funded Community...  Read More »

October 23, 2014

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Service aims to raise homeless awareness

Service aims to raise homeless awareness

Shannon Stroud,
Contributor

As National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week comes to end, Abode Services is hosting the event, Feed Your Soul, in hopes of raising awareness about the...  Read More »

November 20, 2014

My Little Brony: Friendship is magic

My Little Brony: Friendship is magic

Kris Stewart,
Online & Video Editor

Thirty years after the creation of My Little Pony, an unpredicted group of adults have become fans of the series; the Bronies. A Brony is...  Read More »

November 20, 2014

Yik Yak tours the West

Yik Yak tours the West

Bryan Cordova,
Metro and Spanish Editor

The Yik Yak tour bus, known as Sherpa, ends its California tour at University of California Irvine on Nov. 11 after visiting 26 college campuses, in 29 cities,...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

Program creates highway to opportunity

Program creates highway to opportunity

Sonia Waraich,
Campus Editor

The Highway-to-Work Program provides Alameda County youth ages 14 to 17 on probation, in foster care or on CalWorks – a program that provides financial...  Read More »

November 13, 2014

Hayward company fined for lead certification

Hayward company fined for lead certification

Bryan Cordova,
Metro and Spanish Editor

The Environmental Protection Agency recently fined  Hayward construction company A&D Construction for not having...  Read More »

November 6, 2014

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