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Speaker challenges disability privilege

Speaker challenges disability privilege

By Lidia Montiel, CONTRIBUTOR

December 6, 2018


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It may be your primary instinct to hold the door open for a person in a wheelchair, or with any other disability when you see them approaching it; however, some people may not appreciate the gesture. Matt Glowacki, a professional civility speaker of 20 years who was born with no legs, tries to liv...

CSUEB introduces Winter Intersession

CSUEB introduces Winter Intersession

By Reem Habte, CONTRIBUTOR

November 30, 2018


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California State University, East Bay will be providing courses where students will be taking classes for two weeks during the Winter Break. CSUEB will have its first Winter Intersession courses from Jan. 2-18. However, only eight courses will be offered as the trial run. The Winter Intersession only ...

GameZone tournaments at CSU East Bay

GameZone tournaments at CSU East Bay

By Tourie Boswell, CONTRIBUTOR

November 30, 2018


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The Gamezone in the Old University Union at California State University, East Bay is a place where students can go when they want a distraction from classes or just to relax. The area inside Gamezone consists of an indoor recreational section as well as a custom gaming section comprised of all the latest ...

The Risks and Perils of Journalism

The Risks and Perils of Journalism

By Alli Weseman, VISUAL JOURNALIST

November 15, 2018


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Journalists around the world have been reminded of the dangers that their profession may bring since the recent unexplained death of Washington Post Columnist, Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey and the imprisonment of Photojournalist, Shahidual Alam in Bangladesh. Khashoggi reported on threats to free media...

East Bay Live returns

East Bay Live returns

By Felipe Romero, CONTRIBUTOR

November 15, 2018


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California State University, East Bay’s radio station, East Bay Live, makes its return from a semester-long hiatus as the radio operations course under the Department of Communication which will be available in the spring semester. The course listed as “Topics in Media Production” gives students the...

Warren Hall: CSUEB’s iconic landmark

Warren Hall: CSUEB’s iconic landmark

By TJ Porreca, ASSOCIATE EDITOR

November 15, 2018


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Warren Hall, the former 13-story landmark at California State University, East Bay towered over the Hayward campus for 40 years until its demolition in 2013. Warren Hall was demolished because it was the most seismically unsafe building in the entire CSU system due to its proximity to the Hayward Fault. C...

CSUEB students seek 24-hour library

CSUEB students seek 24-hour library

By Daniel Moronez, CONTRIBUTOR

November 9, 2018


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California State University, East Bay’s students attempt to do homework at random hours of the day, depending on when they can find time in their busy schedule. Students struggle to find a place to study, especially at night, without access to a 24-hour library. The University Library opens at 8 a.m. an...

Temporary flu shot clinic at CSU East Bay

Temporary flu shot clinic at CSU East Bay

By Marisol Martinez Garcia, SPANISH EDITOR

November 9, 2018


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Flu season has returned as the fall transitions into winter. Influenza is spread from person to person and comes with many nasty and sometimes lethal symptoms which include fevers, body aches, malaise, headaches, runny noses and sore throats. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that ev...

Pioneer Pete gets the boot

Pioneer Pete gets the boot

By Juan Diaz, CONTRIBUTOR

November 9, 2018


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Say goodbye to California State University East Bay’s mascot, Pioneer Pete. The academic senate made the decision to remove Pioneer Pete as the mascot earlier this month on Oct. 6. It was not long ago that the Students for Quality Education put up a banner that read “Imagine our mascot representin...

CSUEB receives funding for Graduation Initiative

CSUEB receives funding for Graduation Initiative

By Andrew Cooper, CONTRIBUTOR

November 8, 2018


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The California State Legislature and Governor Jerry Brown approved a $75 million allocation to support the California State University’s Graduation Initiative (GI 2025) which was divided among the 23 campuses this school year. California State University, East Bay received $2.519 million of these f...

“Botanica” installments comes to CSUEB

November 8, 2018


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Latinx and carribbean installment at C.E. Smith Museum at CSUEB Professor Albert Gonzalez greeted his 5:45 p.m. Thursday class with a warm smile and genuine concern regarding his students future. He quickly dove into the agenda for the day and outlined the status of the upcoming installment hosted by ...

CSUEB Chief of Police set to retire

CSUEB Chief of Police set to retire

By Jessica Irrera, MANAGING EDITOR

November 2, 2018


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A warm, welcoming and popular presence is retiring from California State University, East Bay’s police force after six years of service. CSUEB’s Chief of Police, Sheryl Boykins has dedicated over 30 years to policing the city of Hayward. The Hayward native was a police officer for the Hayward Po...

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