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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...

Annual Emerging Artists Exhibition

Annual Emerging Artists Exhibition

March 13, 2014


Filed under Media, Photo Galleries, Showcase

Photos by Marina Swanson

Students, faculty and alumni band together

Students, faculty and alumni band together

Andréa Duprée,
Copy Editor

March 13, 2014


Filed under Arts & Life, Campus, Features, Showcase

California State University, East Bay’s current Director of Bands Danielle Gaudry teamed with her predecessor Timothy Smith in an Instrumental Music Program concert Tuesday night to combine the CSU East Bay Wind Symphony and the Faculty-Alumni Wind Orchestra in a special presentation of three mini conc...

Mural celebrates Tennyson High’s Puente Program

Mural celebrates Tennyson High’s Puente  Program

March 6, 2014


Filed under Media, Photo Galleries, Showcase

Students from Tennyson High School and CSU East Bay worked together to design a mural, which is meant to represent the struggles and accomplishments of Tennyson High’s Puente Program. The unveiling of the mural occurred last Tuesday. Photos by Keely Wong  ...

Increased number of scabies infections reported in February on campus

Increased number of scabies infections reported in February on campus

Tiffany Jones,
Contributor

March 6, 2014


Filed under Showcase

In February, six cases of scabies were diagnosed at California State University, East Bay by the Student Health Center, according to Andrea Wilson, associate vice president of Student Support and Development. Typically one case of scabies is reported per month on campus. In an email sent out to residents...

Restaurant servers discuss changes in tipping law

Restaurant servers discuss changes in tipping law

VernaLee James & Elisa Brice,
Contributors

March 6, 2014


Filed under Metro, Showcase

Imagine walking into your favorite restaurant and sitting down waiting for your server to greet you but instead you are now bringing your own drinks, taking your own orders and delivering your own food. The feeling of hospitality would instantly be thrown out the window and the whole point of going out...

Word on the Street – “Who do you believe is the most influential woman in history?”

Word on the Street – “Who do you believe is the most influential woman  in history?”

March 6, 2014


Filed under Campus, Features, Showcase

“I would say Susan B. Anthony because she helped with women’s suffrage, which gave women the right to vote. Because of her I can vote.”  - Vivian Ramirez Sophomore - Pre-nursing     “Helen Keller. Well first of all she was deaf and blind but she didn’t let it st...

Residents protest Oakland’s proposed citywide surveillance system

Residents protest Oakland’s proposed citywide surveillance system

Candese Charles,
Contributor

February 27, 2014


Filed under Metro, Showcase

Chanting protestors filled the DeFremery Recreation Center park in West Oakland Saturday to march against a proposed centralized citywide surveillance system that will be connected to Oakland Unified School District cameras, transit and traffic cameras, police dashboard cameras, and Port of Oakland cameras. A...

SEIU Local 1021 workers discuss recent budget cuts

SEIU Local 1021 workers discuss recent budget cuts

Jenni Perez,
Metro Editor

February 27, 2014


Filed under Politics, Showcase

The Hayward Democratic Club met last Friday night to discuss the recent budget cuts on SEIU Local 1021 workers, in hopes of coming to an agreement on their labor contract with the city. “We just had a general meeting where we’re trying to get the consensus of folks, we’re going to be meeting...

Cuban choir travels from Havana to CSUEB

Cuban choir travels from Havana to CSUEB

Tiffany Jones,
Contributor

February 27, 2014


Filed under Campus, Features, Showcase

Camerata Vocale Sine Nomine, an award-winning men’s acappella chamber chorus from Havana, Cuba, performed at California State University, East Bay on Tuesday. The event hosted by the CSUEB Music Department and ACFEA Tour Consultants showcased performances by choirs Camerata Vocale Sine Nomine, the ...

Fashion Week

Fashion Week

Rashidah Young and Yasmine Alfakey,
Fashion Critics

February 27, 2014


Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

The Pioneer Newspaper is proud to introduce “Fashion Week,” a column that will discuss fashion trends, places to shop in the Bay Area, and provide commentary about the culture of fashion. “Fashion week” is an idea created by Rashidah Young and Yasmine Alfakey, two fashionistas who embrace ...

Pioneer baseball looks to repeat 2013 success

Pioneer baseball looks to repeat 2013 success

Jacob Kiley,
Contributor

February 27, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The California State University, East Bay Pioneers’ 2014 baseball season is under way. The team looks to build from its 2013 season where it tied the school record for wins going 32-18. The team is in no way satisfied, for they still were on the outside looking in to the playoffs last year. Head...

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