• Downtown Hayward museum set to reopen in June

    Downtown Hayward museum set to reopen in June

    Jenni Perez,
    Contributor

    The Hayward Area Historical Society is planning to open a new center for history and culture this June. The new museum will be located on 22380 Foothill Boulevard in Hayward. The new structure, which is more than eight times larger than the old museum, will be at the same location. The museum will... READ MORE »»

    The main exhibit of the museum will focus on Hayward’s 19th and 20th century past.

    Photo | Chris Valentine

  • Basketball clinic raises money for awareness

    Basketball clinic raises money for awareness

    Leandra Galloway,
    Game Reporter

    The men’s basketball program at CSU East Bay hosted a four-hour basketball clinic on Saturday. The clinic, in conjunction with All Saints Catholic School and the Catholic Youth Organization, was held to raise money for child abuse awareness advertisements to be placed on AC Transit buses and BART A... READ MORE »»

    Argenal and his players address the camp participants.

    Photo | Jenise Kearney

  • Ron Paul preaches the values of smaller government

    Ron Paul preaches the values of smaller government

    Tiffany Jones and Candice Flores,
    Campus Editor and Contributor

    Former 12-term Congressman of Texas, and three-time candidate for President of the United States, Dr. Ron Paul, visited California State University, East Bay yesterday. In his speech, Paul emphasized that he does not have faith in our government. He describes the government as “the biggest counterfeiters.” He... READ MORE »»

    Ron Paul speaks candidly backstage after the event.

    Photo | Chris Valentine

  • McKillop runs for Hayward City Council

    McKillop runs for Hayward City Council

    Julie McKillop,
    Hayward City Council Candidater

    I’m a lifelong Hayward resident with useful experience and time to contribute to our city.   I grew up, attended school, raised a family, built 3 successful businesses and launched a Cal State teaching career in Hayward. All of my endeavors share one common thread; to make Hayward the best city... READ MORE »»

    Courtesy | Julie McKillop

  • CSUEU rally at CSU East Bay Campus

    CSUEU rally at CSU East Bay Campus

    Ynez Adsuara,
    Contributor

    California State University Employees Union gathered on CSU East Bay’s campus on Thursday to gain the support from staff and students for the “appropriate funding” towards the CSU system in order to provide higher education and better working conditions. Representatives of the CSUEU set up a... READ MORE »»

Videos

Bringing Back the Bay

Bringing Back the Bay

Sam High,
Contributor

Many Bay Area residents are unaware of the fact that they live next to one of the largest wetland restoration projects in the country. The South Bay Salt Pond Restoration...  Read More »

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News

Downtown Hayward museum set to reopen in June

Downtown Hayward museum set to reopen in June

The Hayward Area Historical Society is planning to open a new center for history and culture this June. The new museum will be located on 22380 Foothill Boulevard in Hayward. The new structure, which is more than eight...  Read More »

CSUEB president seeks community support to promote school’s vision

CSUEB president seeks community support to promote school’s vision

In a speech to the Hayward Rotary Club at the Masonic Temple on Monday, California State University, East Bay President Leroy Morishita asked the Hayward community members for help building the university’s image as a...  Read More »

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Opinion

Rodney Loche runs for city council seat

Rodney Loche runs for city council seat

I appreciate the opportunity to share some thoughts and ideas regarding the future of Hayward with CSUEB students and readers of The Pioneer Newspaper.  This publication is a fitting forum because I believe that it is the...  Read More »

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Arts & Life

A hitchhiker’s guide to Coachella

A hitchhiker’s guide to Coachella

A year ago, six of my friends and I tried sneaking into Coachella, an annual, two-weekend music and arts festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif., about two hours outside of LA. We kept our...  Read More »

Bay Area punk community’s stage same size for all bands

Danville restaurateur discusses building a business

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