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Take Some Tips from a Waitress About Leaving Tips

Valerie Poettgen

July 26, 2010


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It is a safe bet to assume that if you are reading this, you are either a college student, a restaurant server, or you have eaten at a restaurant at least once in your life- or perhaps any combination of the three. Having extensive history in all three categories, there are a few ways to go about the...

Savory Italian Seafood

Ashley Matuszak

July 26, 2010


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Located in Pleasanton’s Main Street in the downtown district, Fontina Ristorante offers seasonal Italian food that is savory and satisfying. Fontina has a large indoor seating area and a patio looking over Main Street. With brightly colored walls, soft Italian music playing in the background and friendly...

Going Out to Cook

Stephanie Spearman

July 26, 2010


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While most people dine at restaurants to avoid the tasks involving cooking, some eateries base their ambiance and menu on food that you order and cook for yourself. In the heart of Honolulu, Hawai’i, there are a few restaurants that cater to this dining-out craze. Gyu-Kaku, conveniently located between...

A Civil Rights Journey

May 19, 2010


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By Saúl Galdamez Gonzalez Award winning nonfiction writer Ana Maria Spagna visited the Cal State East Bay campus on May 13 to discuss her most recent book, “Test Ride on the Sunnyland Bus: A Daughter’s Civil Rights Journey.” The discussion was held in the University Library where Spagna tre...

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