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Library courtyard gets a makeover

Library courtyard gets a makeover

Kali Persall,
Managing Editor
June 22
Filed under Campus, Showcase

Navigating the University Library entrance, or grabbing a cup of coffee from the campus Starbucks, will take a little longer than usual this summer as a construction zone is blocking all downstairs access points. White detour signs direct patrons to enter the library through the second story entran...

CSUEB Aramark contract set until 2018

CSUEB Aramark contract set until 2018

Elizabeth Avalos,
Staff Writer
June 9
Filed under Campus, Metro

Cal State East Bay’s campus food options have always been a relevant topic of discussion on campus. Whether criticism has been directed towards the lack of healthy food choices provided in the dining commons and on-campus restaurants, the arguably high prices at the POD market and bookstore or simply the...

Electronic parking signs now accurate

Electronic parking signs now accurate

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief
June 9
Filed under Campus, Showcase

Finally, they work. The electronic signs for general parking lot A, the former site of Warren Hall, have been giving accurate numbers on available spaces for the past couple weeks, according to a Pioneer investigation. Since the signs were installed in September 2015, there were problems with the a...

Vikings, Celtics invade Hayward campus

Vikings, Celtics invade Hayward campus

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief
June 1
Filed under Arts & Life, Campus, Features, Showcase

Have you ever thrown a spear, shot a bow and arrow or engaged in Celtic combat? If you haven’t, then you missed out on Friday at the Cal State East Bay Student Historical Society Celtic and Viking reenactment. In addition to lectures and presentations of early century lifestyles, two historical reena...

Aphasia program educates survivors

Aphasia program educates survivors

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief
June 1
Filed under Campus, Metro

Campus safety is of top priority, and the Aphasia Treatment Program, in collaboration with CSUEB Police Chief Sheryl Boykins, hosted a personal safety presentation to survivors of strokes and traumatic brain injuries on May 23. According to Clinical Supervisor and Director of the ATP at CSUEB, Ellen Bern...

Huerta brings history to campus

Huerta brings history to campus

Elizabeth Avalos,
Staff Writer
June 1
Filed under Campus, Showcase

Cal State East Bay welcomed American labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta on Tuesday, with more than 400 people gathered to listen to her speak at the University Theatre for her presentation titled, “Lessons Learned: Past, Present and Future.” Huerta, who co-founded the United Farm ...

Students protest to reclaim the CSU

Students protest to reclaim the CSU

Kali Persall,
Managing Editor
May 29
Filed under Campus, Metro

Hunger strikes, protests and even a mock funeral of higher education surged across CSU campuses throughout the state last week in response to a proposed tuition hike. CSU students protested to “Reclaim the CSU” on May 2 in response to a sustainable financial model that was released by the CSU Ch...

CSUEB makes training mandatory

CSUEB makes training mandatory

Jayakrishna Dasappan,
Contributor
May 27
Filed under Campus

What does one do to protect himself or herself during a sexual assault? Does everyone on campus know what to do? A new California State University program titled “Not Anymore” aims to provide answers to those and other questions about sexual assault for students. The “Not Anymore” program is co...

Professor emeritus of psychology dies

Professor emeritus of psychology dies

Kali Persall,
Managing Editor
May 27
Filed under Campus, Metro

Dr. Lyle D. Edmison, professor emeritus of psychology and former vice president of Student Services, died on May 4 in Cameron Park, California, according to an announcement from the Office of Academic Affairs. He was 91 years old. Edmison was hired at East Bay in 1959, the same year the school was fo...

East Bay loses another head coach

East Bay loses another head coach

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief
May 25
Filed under Campus, Showcase, Sports

Coaches leaving is not new at Cal State East Bay. In the last year, the school has seen its track, cross country, softball and men’s soccer coaches all leave for other opportunities. This trend continued last week when CSUEB swimming Head Coach Ben Loorz accepted the head job at the University of N...

Civil rights activist to visit Hayward

Civil rights activist to visit Hayward

Elizabeth Avalos,
Staff Writer
May 25
Filed under Campus, Metro, Showcase

American labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta is set to visit Cal State East Bay on May 31 to speak and reflect on her life and work in the labor movement in a presentation titled, “Lessons Learned: Past, Present and Future.” The event will take place at the University Theatre from ...

Reclaiming Latino and Latina

Reclaiming Latino and Latina

Marquis Jaramillo,
Contributor
May 5
Filed under Arts & Life, Campus, Metro

At a recent  “Una Noche de Poesia” event in the Diversity Center at Cal State East Bay, the aroma of café y pan dulce — coffee and sweet bread — filled the dimly-lit room. The evening was dedicated to the work of a unique group of poesia y artistas — poets and artists — who are part of a ...

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