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Guaranteed Income, the Possible Antidote to America’s Poverty Crises

Guaranteed Income, the Possible Antidote to America’s Poverty Crises

Katelynn Croley June 25, 2021

By Katelynn Croley, CONTRIBUTOR Poverty has always been an issue in America, especially in the San Francisco Bay Area. With the Covid-19 pandemic and a majority of people losing their jobs including...

A number of injuries surfacing around the NBA league during basketball playoffs

A number of injuries surfacing around the NBA league during basketball playoffs

Ruben Banuelos, Staff Writer June 22, 2021

Athletes and teams throughout the NBA have experienced many injuries during the 2021 playoffs. The injuries have become a daunting normality to the game that Los Angeles Lakers forward Lebron James has...

How violent attacks and hate crimes against the AAPI community are being covered by media outlets

How violent attacks and hate crimes against the AAPI community are being covered by media outlets

Johnny Arellano June 22, 2021

By Johnny Arellano, CONTRIBUTOR On March 16, law enforcement arrested a man suspected of opening fire at three massage spas in Atlanta. The man identified as Robert Aaron Long of Woodstock, Ga, opened...

On the back of the women’s March Madness controversy, the NCAA must do better

On the back of the women’s March Madness controversy, the NCAA must do better

Arion Armeniakos June 22, 2021

By Arion Armeniakos, CONTRIBUTOR Gender does not put a limit on the amount of blood, sweat, and tears that each and every athlete pours out en route to chasing their dreams. The National Collegiate...

We Must Fix How Our Media Covers Mental Illness

We Must Fix How Our Media Covers Mental Illness

Alex Paloma June 21, 2021

By Alex Paloma, CONTRIBUTOR In November 2020 another family buried their son. Ricardo Muñoz was a 27-year-old man battling schizophrenia for five years. After refusing to take his medication, Muñoz...

Remembering U.S. Troops: the Facade of Memorial Day

Remembering U.S. Troops: the Facade of Memorial Day

Scarlet Schwenk June 9, 2021

The United States Government's mistreatment of veterans. By Scarlet Schwenk, MANAGING EDITOR “War, huh, yeah, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing” echoes on the radio, days before Memorial...

Oscars Diversity Requirements Are Fake Woke

Oscars Diversity Requirements Are Fake Woke

Maha Sanad, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

The Oscars are the most prestigious and coveted awards ceremony that filmmakers and film lovers alike look forward to every year. This year, the Oscars will take place on Sunday, April 25 at 5 p.m. Pacific...

The Nightmare After Christmas

Denise Sicat Wong and Nelssy Verdan January 25, 2021

Dec 26 kicked off an avalanche of financial woes for Union City renters – we need to act now to prevent the displacement of our community. On Election Day, Measure WW in Union City, a utility users’...

Calling For an End to Racist Pseudoscience: An Interdisciplinary Critique of Eugenics and Intelligence Testing

Calling For an End to Racist Pseudoscience: An Interdisciplinary Critique of Eugenics and Intelligence Testing

Most academics doing research on race today argue that the idea that there are separate groups and racial identities with particular characteristics is a social construction created for political and...

Faculty photo of the Economics Department, CSUEB

University Professor has extensive publishing record in racist Eugenics theory

Sarah Rodriguez, Copy Editor November 17, 2020

Ranked as one of the top ten American universities for racial and ethnic diversity, California State University, East Bay has always been known for welcoming students from different countries of origin,...

How are the Black Lives Matter Protests Impacting Students at CSUEB?

How are the Black Lives Matter Protests Impacting Students at CSUEB?

Isiah Thompson, Contributor October 17, 2020

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 sporting events, local...

Protests Persist in the San Francisco Bay Area

Protests Persist in the San Francisco Bay Area

Jeremy Truesdell, Contributor September 11, 2020

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 have taken to the streets in demonstrations...

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