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CSUEB prepares to end contract with Aramark

Erika Martinez,
Staff Writer
March 7, 2018

The Philadelphia-based corporation, Aramark, took over the university food services on July 1, 2006. This contract with Aramark came with an expiration date, June 30, 2018. Just a little over four months...

CSUEB student turns a side hustle into a legitimate business

CSUEB student turns a side hustle into a legitimate business

Alexis Figuera,
Contributor
January 10, 2018

HustleTea is an East Bay special-tea One guy and a cooler is an unusual place to get your tea or coffee from but if you’ve had HustleTea, then you know it’s not unusual at all. Adrien La, 20, has...

Tourism boosts Cubas ecomony

Tourism boosts Cuba’s ecomony

Daisy Ortiz,
Spanish Editor
September 21, 2017

Havana, Cuba is a city with warm beaches at just a 30-minute drive away, an old town filled with charm and colorful buildings. From an American perspective, Cuba looks like a place stuck in the 50s with...

Casa Particulars in Havana, Cuba

‘Casa Particulars’ in Havana, Cuba

Ruth Stone,
Contributor
August 29, 2017

Walking down 7th street in Central Havana, Cuba on a hot 87-degree day, I stumbled upon a brightly colored house, which caught my attention. The cheerful yellow and white crown molding invited me in. By...

Tourism: Economic hope for Cuban people

Tourism: Economic hope for Cuban people

Daisy Ortiz,
Spanish Editor
August 29, 2017

A crowd of people lines up against the Malecón near Old Havana late afternoon to wave goodbye to the cruise ship that came in earlier that week. People hold their phones up taking pictures with the ship...

Daisy Ortiz

Daisy Ortiz

Daisy Ortiz,
Spanish Editor
August 23, 2017

Small business, big surprise Havana is a mix between gray and white. I say gray because unfortunately for some and a blessing for others, even the best parts of Havana aren’t what you would see in...

Blog from Cuba: Small business, big surprise

Blog from Cuba: Small business, big surprise

Daisy Ortiz,
Spanish Editor
July 12, 2017

Havana is a mix between grey and white. I say grey because, unfortunately for some and a blessing for others, even the best parts of Havana aren’t what you would see in the United States. Many...

Trump Tracker: Pioneer updates on Americas president

Trump Tracker: Pioneer updates on America’s president

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief
April 5, 2017

What Happened? On Feb. 10, an amendment was made to the financial trust of President Donald Trump to allow him to take money from any of his more than 400 businesses he owns without approval.   On...

East Bay brings innovation to campus

East Bay brings innovation to campus

Tishauna Carrell,
Staff Writer
March 1, 2017

More than 200 Cal State East Bay students dressed in professional attire with business cards in hand and rushed to hear local business owners give advice on how to creatively apply technology to their...

Oakland drawing more tech startup companies

Oakland drawing more tech startup companies

Marisa Kendall,
The Mercury News
April 21, 2016

When Uber opens its massive new headquarters near downtown Oakland next year, flooding the area with as many as 3,000 workers, it will become part of an already thriving tech scene. As the city makes an...

New project proposed for empty Mervyn’s site

New project proposed for empty Mervyn’s site

Yesenia Martinez,
Politics Editor
December 4, 2014

Hayward’s city council is considering yet another plan to develop the empty 11-acre lot on Foothill Boulevard where Mervyn’s headquarters once stood. A preliminary review of the proposed project...

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