The Pioneer

Comcast SportsNet President shares his journey

Comcast SportsNet President shares his journey

Chris George,
Sports Editor

May 22, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

On Underwood Avenue in Hayward, Calif, Ted Griggs started out the same way many young sports fans do: with family, a snack, and a game on the television. “My dad would come home every Monday night, we would get a Togo’s sandwich, which was new back then and they only made them out at San Jose...

Relay For Life fights against cancer

Relay For Life fights against cancer

Erynn Wanek,
Contributor

May 22, 2014


Filed under Campus, Showcase

It was March 3, 2003. She was eight years old and at a young age, she thought it was nothing more than a common cold. But from her mother’s reaction, she could tell it was more. She had been diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Now, 19 years old and almost nine years into remission, Audrey...

San Mateo’s 8th annual Maker Faire

San Mateo’s 8th annual Maker Faire

May 22, 2014


Filed under Media, Photo Galleries, Showcase

San Mateo’s 8th annual Maker Faire is a family friendly, art, science, and innovation faire centered around the celebration of makers. Every year Maker Faire gives exposure to innovators and mediates connection for a growing community of tech savvy students, businesses, and artists all over the co...

One suspect arrested in campus firearm incident

One suspect arrested in campus firearm incident

Tiffany Jones,
Campus Editor

May 15, 2014


Filed under Campus, Showcase

One suspect has been arrested in an ongoing investigation by police of a firearm being reported in the Pioneer Heights dorms on April 26. According to campus Police Chief Sheryl Boykins four young men suspected to have had the weapon on campus were detained, and the dorms were evacuated for the safety...

Salinas makes his case for Mayor

Salinas makes his case for Mayor

Mark Salinas,
Hayward Councilmember

May 15, 2014


Filed under Candidate's Corner, Opinion, Showcase

Today Hayward stands straight looking forward at the most exciting times in our city’s history.  Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics industries are shaping the world we live in today and they are no doubt shaping Hayward too. Hayward schools, colleges, and university are raising and...

Creating New Worlds

Creating New Worlds

Sam High

May 10, 2014


Filed under Media, Showcase, Videos

As an award-winning Hollywood production designer, Scott Chambliss has been responsible for crafting and creating new worlds for television and cinema.  Over the course of his professional career, he has worked on numerous projects, including the hit TV show Alias, and the feature films Mission Impossible...

Nick Hudson closes out East Bay career

Nick Hudson closes out East Bay career

Jacob Kiley,
Contributor

May 8, 2014


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Nick Hudson has been playing baseball since he was four years old, and has ended his last season here at Cal State East Bay. Hudson, senior pitcher for the Pioneers, leads the team with eight wins this year, tied for second in the CCAA. He has had one simple goal his senior season. “This is my...

Grad student’s science show targets young women

Grad student’s science show targets young women

Erynn Wanek,
Contributor

May 8, 2014


Filed under Campus, Showcase

In an old lab room tucked into a corner on the fourth floor of the North Science Building at California State University, East Bay, a student production crew spent a recent Friday setting up tripods, cameras, audio and lighting equipment amidst dusty shelves with jars of insect specimen, lab equipment,...

Let’s make Hayward a smarter city

Let’s make Hayward a smarter city

Rocky Fernandez,
Hayward City Council Candidate

May 8, 2014


Filed under Candidate's Corner, Opinion, Showcase

As a born and raised product of Hayward, I’m running for Hayward City Council to make sure our city is meeting our potential and rising to answer the challenges of the 21st century. I’ve long valued public service, first as an Eagle Scout, and later while working on political campaigns and public...

Clinic renamed after past campus president

Clinic renamed after past campus president

Tiffany Jones,
Campus Editor

May 8, 2014


Filed under Campus, Showcase

Yesterday, California State University, East Bay dedicated and renamed the Speech Language and Hearing Clinic after Norma S. Rees, former university president, and her husband Ray R. Rees. “[The renaming of the clinic] is something we have been pursuing for a long time,” said Nidhi Mahendra, associate...

Campus phases out computers running on Windows XP

Campus phases out computers running on Windows XP

Tiffany Jones,
Campus Editor

May 8, 2014


Filed under Campus, Showcase

As of April 8, 2014, Microsoft discontinued support for their Windows XP operating system. This means Microsoft will no longer release security updates and give technical support for the XP operating system. As a result, this could expose XP users to potential vulnerability through malware, malicious...

Suroosh Rezaee is one Smart Cookie

Suroosh Rezaee is one Smart Cookie

Sam Benavidez,
Arts & Life Editor

May 1, 2014


Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

It is no secret that some college students balance school and work regularly, but California State University, East Bay’s Suroosh Rezaee gives a whole new meaning to the term “working student.” His most recent endeavor is Smart Cookie, a service that uniquely designs cookies. While you may have...

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