Education takes center stage

Education takes center stage

Kris Stewart,
Online and Social Media Editor

Music played throughout the Berkeley Repertory Theater as people scurried to their seats before Anna Deavere Smith’s most recent show began. The lights dimmed and the audience...  Read More »

The drought through the eyes of an almond farmer

The drought through the eyes of an almond farmer

Tremayne Wilkins,
Contributor

Almonds have been a topic of debate ever since the drought became a serious issue. According to Business...  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 »

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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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Revised budget gives CSU schools a boost

Revised budget gives CSU schools a boost

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

In January, Governor Jerry Brown disappointed California State University leaders when he...  Read More »

CSUEB ranks high in diverse graduates

CSUEB ranks high in diverse graduates

Louis Laventure,
Sports and Campus Editor

On June 18 the magazine “Diverse: Issues in Higher Education” in association with The U.S....  Read More »

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 »

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New stadium deal looks bleak for silver and black

New stadium deal looks bleak for silver and black

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

San Diego businessman Floyd W. Kephart submitted a 20-page plan to Oakland and Alameda County officials last week for a development project that would provide a new...  Read More »

Student athletes pile up awards

Louis Laventure,
Sports and Campus Editor

Championships aren’t the only way to measure success when it comes to sports. While Cal State East Bay didn’t capture a team title this past season, several athletes...  Read More »

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 »

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Hayward officer killed in the line of duty

Hayward officer killed in the line of duty

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

Hayward Police Sergeant Scott Lunger was killed in the line of duty following a traffic stop early Wednesday morning in North Hayward, acting Hayward Police Chief Mark Koller confirmed in a press conference...  Read More »

Earth rumbles in Fremont

Bryan Cordova,
Managing Editor

An earthquake centered near Fremont and Union City on the Hayward Fault shook ground Tuesday morning at 2:41 a.m. The fault’s earthquake hit a magnitude of 4.0, within a depth of 5 miles, according...  Read More »

Street party makes Downtown come alive in Hayward

Street party makes Downtown come alive in Hayward

Vanessa Pineda,
Contributor

Remodeled classic cars lined the busy streets, as people crowded into Buffalo Bill’s Brewery to hang out, eat and drink while live bands such as Third Sol performed. Nearly 5,000 people walked through...  Read More »

Hayward jazz festival celebrates  sweet 16

Hayward jazz festival celebrates sweet 16

Bryan Cordova,
Managing Editor

Jazz, blues and gospel bands fiddled in Hayward City Hall Plaza last weekend during the 16th annual Hayward Russell City Blues Festival. The downtown lawn was filled with jazz fans either sitting, dancing...  Read More »

Asbestos present in Hayward schools

Asbestos present in Hayward schools

Jesse Castro and Sophia Karkakiz

School administrators are cautioned not to disturb it, inspectors warn of its dangers, and the EPA has banned it from new construction, yet asbestos remains in the 34 schools of the Hayward Unified School...  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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