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How are the Black Lives Matter Protests Impacting Students at CSUEB?
How are the Black Lives Matter Protests Impacting Students at CSUEB?
October 17, 2020

By Isiah Thompson, CONTRIBUTOR Since March, Black Lives Matter protests have been a popular sight in the Bay Area; the movement is as widespread as it’s ever been, the moniker is displayed in professional...

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Protests Persist in the San Francisco Bay Area
Protests Persist in the San Francisco Bay Area
September 11, 2020

By Jeremy Truesdell, CONTRIBUTOR In the wake of the deaths of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and most recently Jacob Blake at the hands of the police, protesters and civil rights proponents nationwide...

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Preparing For The 2020 Election
Bay Area Fires Reach Containment, but Leave Scars
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Video games, a means of connecting.
Parks and Recreation The Beginning of Quarantine Reunions?
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COVID-19 Brings Stressful Circumstances for Business Owners
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COVID-19 Impacts Student Health and Counseling Services
COVID-19 Impacts Student Health and Counseling Services
October 17, 2020

By Taylor Morris, CONTRIBUTOR Isolation and social distancing are considered to be normal today, and health centers are required to implement these practices. California State University, East Bay’s...

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The Recreation and Wellness Center Goes Virtual
The Recreation and Wellness Center Goes Virtual
October 9, 2020

By Sean Serrano, CONTRIBUTOR An empty recreation center stands on the intersection of Harder road and the walkway that leads to the student union buildings at California State University, East Bay....

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Sports and Social Justice in the World Today
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AJ V.: “With quarantine in place it
Are We Home Yet
June 10, 2020

By Christian Martinez, PHOTOGRAPHER There are countless things that we do in life that either reminds us or feels like home to us. It gives us peace of mind and allows us...

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About 3,000 people came together at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse on Sunday, and peacefully marched down State Street to the Santa Barbara Police Department to show support of the Black Lives and in protest of George Floyd’s death, who was killed in the custody of the Minneapolis police after kneeling on his neck for an estimated 8 minutes.
George Floyd Protest in Santa Barbara
June 7, 2020

By Vanessa Martinez, PHOTO EDITOR

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Helping The Homeless / San Jose, CA
California State University East Bay
California State University East Bay