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Berkeley earthquake rattles Bay Area: Is CSU East Bay seismically safe?

Berkeley earthquake rattles Bay Area: Is CSU East Bay seismically safe?

Daniel McGuire,
Staff Writer

January 24, 2018


Filed under Campus, Showcase

At 2:39 a.m. on Jan. 4, a magnitude 4.4 earthquake occurred in Berkeley that shook most of the Bay Area. On Tuesday night, two back-to-back earthquakes struck the Bay Area again. As a student in my fifth year at California State University, East Bay, the earthquake was a reminder that the Hayward c...

LimeBike offers a new ‘green’ way of transportation

LimeBike offers a new ‘green’ way of transportation

Veronica Hall,
Head Layout Designer

January 10, 2018


Filed under Features

Ride sharing applications like Uber and Lyft are an easy way for people to get to their destination for a low price with ease of accessibility. Sometimes a car ride isn’t always necessary, but bike sharing is the newest way of transportation. Bike sharing has become popular in big cities as a means of gett...

A millennial movement: The Munchie Movement impacts the less fortunate

A millennial movement: The Munchie Movement impacts the less fortunate

Trevor Wyatt,
Contributor

January 6, 2018


Filed under Features

In early 2016, East Bay resident Kevin Del Rosario parted ways with his job of three years at Elio Motors, a startup company that plans to create American-made cars that are environmentally- and cost-friendly. While on vacation in Los Angeles, a week after leaving Elio, Kevin met a homeless man who was...

Gentrification: A real thing in the Bay Area

Gentrification: A real thing in the Bay Area

Teleia Johnson,
Contributor

January 3, 2018


Filed under Opinion

When we’re young we all have this idea of what our lives are going to be like when we get older. Your elementary grade teacher asks the class to think about what they want to be when they grow up and what they want their lives to be like. You remember discussing it with your classmates, who are so...

Does crime pay in Hayward?

Does crime pay in Hayward?

Brian White, Keanu Estrada, and Maximino Cisneros

December 7, 2017


Filed under Metro, Showcase

The city of Hayward, like many other Bay Area cities, is experiencing a spike in its crime rate that is increasing exponentially faster than the national average, according to the 2016 FBI Uniform Crime Report. The crime report is compiled from more than 16,000 law enforcement agencies throughout...

Hella Hayward Art: Taking Back November event led by local organization

Hella Hayward Art: Taking Back November event led by local organization

Erika Martinez,
Staff Writer

November 30, 2017


Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

In November 2016, hundreds of high school students in Hayward walked out of their classes and on toward Hayward City Hall in protest of the President Donald Trump election. These protests led to some locals creating The Hayward Collective Organization. According to the organization, “The Hayward...

Golden State Warriors: Opening night and competition

Golden State Warriors: Opening night and competition

Philip Chin,
Contributor

November 16, 2017


Filed under Sports

The NBA season is underway and it is off to a promising start for the Golden State Warriors, the defending NBA champions looking to defend that title with an 11-3 start. The Warriors have signed new players, including Nick Young, Omar Casspi and a rookie drafted from the University of Oregon, Jordan...

Time for sports leagues to change their approach on medical marijuana

Time for sports leagues to change their approach on medical marijuana

Terrence Allen,
Contributor

November 16, 2017


Filed under Features

Medical marijuana has been a recurring topic in government legislation over the past few years, but until recently, the conversation hadn’t emerged in the sports arena. States have their own laws surrounding medical marijuana, but professional sports leagues need to have dialogue about their rules...

Who needs water, right?

Who needs water, right?

Cody Davis,
Contributor

November 16, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Growing up I was taught to treat everyone with respect and never jeopardize the safety of another human being. However, I realized with age not many people or institutions follow the same moral foundations that I do; safety for others is not their first priority. There is a health and safety issue...

One restroom for all: The plight of CSUEB student housing

One restroom for all: The plight of CSUEB student housing

Fernanda Carrillo,
Contributor

November 16, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

I am one of the many students living on campus along the 1901 block of Harder Road, an area filled with student dorms. I live in the Sonora Building with many other transfer students who attend Cal State East Bay. I currently live in a dorm with six other people, however, the only problem with the...

CSUEB has blurry policy on alcohol

CSUEB has blurry policy on alcohol

Myles Watkins,
Staff Writer

November 16, 2017


Filed under Campus

I went on a journey in search of information on how to have a tailgate at CSUEB: the ability to cook food, drink alcohol and socialize on campus before sporting events. Although that was the original intent of my inquiry, I ended up finding out just how confusing the CSUEB alcohol policy is in its current...

Returning home after the wildfires

Returning home after the wildfires

Joshua Williams,
Contributor

November 16, 2017


Filed under Metro

As wildfires began to rage through Napa and Sonoma Counties, many citizens were told to evacuate immediately. On Oct. 11, Amber Myers, mother of two, quickly gathered her children and a few belongings and evacuated their home in Rohnert Park within 20 minutes. “I had never witnessed anything like...

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