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Cal State East Bay hosts its 2nd annual 5K run

Cal State East Bay hosts its 2nd annual 5K run

Paul Dewhurst,
Contributor
May 1, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Sports

In the final stretch of the 5K run at California State University, East Bay on Sunday, a group of runners surrounded University President Leroy Morishita and funneled him across the finish line, a display of community support that echoed throughout the day’s event. More than 300 university students,...

Union negotiates against governor’s education budget

Union negotiates against governor’s education budget

Ynez Adsuara,
Contributor
May 1, 2014
Filed under Campus, Showcase

The California State University Employees Union has hosted a series of “Take a Stand!” rallies throughout the CSU system recently in an effort to increase funding to the CSU budget. Their initiative is in response to Governor Jerry Brown’s proposed allocation of $142.2 million for the CSU system...

Downtown Hayward museum set to reopen in June

Downtown Hayward museum set to reopen in June

Jenni Perez,
Contributor
April 17, 2014
Filed under Metro, Showcase

The Hayward Area Historical Society is planning to open a new center for history and culture this June. The new museum will be located on 22380 Foothill Boulevard in Hayward. The new structure, which is more than eight times larger than the old museum, will be at the same location. The museum will...

Basketball clinic raises money for awareness

Basketball clinic raises money for awareness

Leandra Galloway,
Game Reporter
April 17, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Sports

The men’s basketball program at CSU East Bay hosted a four-hour basketball clinic on Saturday. The clinic, in conjunction with All Saints Catholic School and the Catholic Youth Organization, was held to raise money for child abuse awareness advertisements to be placed on AC Transit buses and BART A...

Ron Paul preaches the values of smaller government

Ron Paul preaches the values of smaller government

Tiffany Jones and Candice Flores,
Campus Editor and Contributor
April 10, 2014
Filed under Campus, Features, Showcase

Former 12-term Congressman of Texas, and three-time candidate for President of the United States, Dr. Ron Paul, visited California State University, East Bay yesterday. In his speech, Paul emphasized that he does not have faith in our government. He describes the government as “the biggest counterfeiters.” He...

McKillop runs for Hayward City Council

McKillop runs for Hayward City Council

Julie McKillop,
Hayward City Council Candidater
April 10, 2014
Filed under Candidate's Corner, Opinion, Showcase

I’m a lifelong Hayward resident with useful experience and time to contribute to our city.   I grew up, attended school, raised a family, built 3 successful businesses and launched a Cal State teaching career in Hayward. All of my endeavors share one common thread; to make Hayward the best city...

CSUEU rally at CSU East Bay Campus

CSUEU rally at CSU East Bay Campus

Ynez Adsuara,
Contributor
April 5, 2014
Filed under Campus, Features, Showcase

California State University Employees Union gathered on CSU East Bay’s campus on Thursday to gain the support from staff and students for the “appropriate funding” towards the CSU system in order to provide higher education and better working conditions. Representatives of the CSUEU set up a...

Former professor discusses overcoming being born with a cleft palate

Former professor discusses overcoming being born with a cleft palate

Jenni Perez,
Metro Editor
March 20, 2014
Filed under Campus, Features, Showcase

Karl Schonborn remembers his first public humiliation as a young boy when his mother left him with a group of strangers. He tried to speak but the words that came out of his cleft-shaped mouth only sounded nasally, like a whining puppy waiting to be fed. “Judgmental eyes and headshakes shamed me...

Student exhibit showcases women’s history

Student exhibit showcases women’s history

March 20, 2014
Filed under Campus, Features, Showcase

The C.E. Smith Museum of Anthropology this month began their showing of “The Women with 1000 Faces, from Mythic Matriarch to Modern Mystique”. The exhibit, on display in Meiklejohn Hall, Room 4047, was created by Professor George Miller, Ph.D’s Museums and Anthropology class. The exhibit features...

CSUEB Jazz orchestra captivates at Yoshi’s

CSUEB Jazz orchestra captivates at Yoshi’s

Sam Benavidez,
Arts & Life Editor
March 13, 2014
Filed under Arts & Life, Campus, Showcase

The California State University, East Bay Jazz Orchestra performed for an eager crowd on Monday for the 15th Annual Night of Jazz at Yoshi’s Oakland. The band features music department students and is led by Director Mitch Butler. Butler is in his inaugural year as director of the orchestra, but...

Broadway musical ‘Avenue Q’ comes to campus

Broadway musical ‘Avenue Q’ comes to campus

Cameron Crowell,
Contributor
March 13, 2014
Filed under Arts & Life, Campus, Showcase

The winter musical “Avenue Q” opened Friday night in the University Theatre at California State University, East Bay. The Tony Award-winning musical features both human characters and puppets played by unconcealed puppeteers in an adult-themed parody of the PBS show “Sesame Street.” “Avenue...

CSUEB Baseball takes three of four games

CSUEB Baseball takes three of four games

Christopher George,
Sports Editor
March 13, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Sports

The California State University, East Bay baseball team took three out of four this weekend against Stanislaus State behind quality pitching to improve 12-8 and 6-6 in CCAA play for  the season. “It was a big series that we needed to win,” said Sean Becker who has a 2.06 ERA and leads the CCAA...

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