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The Pioneer

Letter From the Editor

March 26, 2020

By Ethan Alonzo , EDITOR-IN-CHIEF As most of you have heard, it has been decided that the remainder of the Spring 2020 term at California State University, East Bay will be held online. As a precaution for the students and faculty, students living in Pioneer Heights are being sent home. Currently, C...

Commencement Postponed

Commencement Postponed

March 20, 2020

By Natalie Garcia, COPY EDITOR As of Mar.18, KRON4 News declared via Twitter all CSU campuses have postponed their graduation ceremonies for a later time this year. The end of the spring semester is usually a time of rejoicing that kicks off summer vacation. For graduates, it is a time of celebratio...

Letter From the Editor

Letter From the Editor

March 19, 2020

By Ethan Alonzo , EDITOR-IN-CHIEF As the Editor-In-Chief of The Pioneer Newspaper, it is my responsibility to not sugarcoat things. The situation regarding COVID-19 is filled with uncertainty. As each day passes, it seems as though things are only getting worse. Day after the day, the reported numbe...

Campus suspends in-class instruction

Campus suspends in-class instruction

March 12, 2020

By Vanessa Martinez, PHOTO EDITOR and Justin Tatum, CONTRIBUTOR/span> On Mar 11, California State University, East Bay suspended in-class instruction. CSUEB President Leroy Morishita sent out an email to all- students and staff discussing further details of the suspension. According to the email, ...

Construction causes confusion and chaos

Construction causes confusion and chaos

March 12, 2020

By Emmanuel Tril, Contributor This semester, students at California State University, East Bay found a massive renovation project beginning in the middle of campus. There are large fences enclosing the area across from the Old University Union and trucks can be seen entering and exiting the construction z...

Pioneer Dining: Delicious or Suspicious?

March 5, 2020

By Roberto Brandt, STAFF WRITER Food is all around us and our everyday lives. It tells stories, opens people’s minds to new cultures, and allows people to get the nutrients to become the best possible version of themselves. As humans, we often gorge ourselves on these delectable items and strive to try...

Wave of Bay Area car break-ins leads to new legislation

March 5, 2020

31 break-ins and car thefts at CSUEB in the last two semesters By Jeremy Truesdell, CONTRIBUTOR Broken glass and blaring car alarms to a college student on a budget can be one of the worst things to experience. Replacing valuables such as a laptop or textbooks are expensive enough, in addition to the cost...

Female Photojournalist of color in a Male-Dominated Career

Female Photojournalist of color in a Male-Dominated Career

February 27, 2020

By Vanessa Martinez, PHOTO EDITOR In many of today’s newsrooms, women alone face major barriers, but especially if you're a woman of color. Entering this line of work, I knew that this was a male-dominated career and people of color lack representation, you can see it on any news stations on televisi...

Shortage on drivers

Shortage on drivers

February 20, 2020

By Emmanuel Tril, CONTRIBUTOR California State University, East Bay is approximately two miles from the Hayward BART Station. Based on the collected data from the Campus Master Plan, a majority of commuter students live in cities that have access to at least one BART station. CSUEB offers a free shutt...

Class dissappearing act

February 20, 2020

By Justin Tatum, CONTRIBUTOR Communication students at California State University, East Bay that were expecting to take COMM 318, Journalism Law and Ethics, were supposedly sent an email before the semester announcing the class was canceled due to low enrollment. “I never received the notificati...

Driving yourself crazy

Driving yourself crazy

February 6, 2020

By Thomas Ryder, CONTRIBUTOR Floods of students at California State University, East Bay sign up for ridesharing jobs as a way to earn enough money to become self-sufficient, prompting others to reveal the disadvantages they discover. While the appeal of quick-earned cash can be irresistible, one shoul...

Letter from the Chief

Letter from the Chief

December 12, 2019

By Jessica Irrera, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF When I stepped onto campus at California State University, East Bay in 2014, I had no clue what my major was going to be, what I wanted to do as a career, or what extracurricular activities I would get into in my time in college. Although I started as a confused 18-...

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