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CSUEB women’s hoops gets new leader

CSUEB women’s hoops gets new leader

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief
June 29
Filed under Sports

After the Cal State East Bay women’s basketball team finished their best season in school history, the unthinkable happened. Their coach left. Former Pioneers Head Coach Suzy Barcomb left Hayward for NCAA Division I Seattle University in April, just a month after CSUEB won its first ever California...

Campus construction continues at East Bay

Campus construction continues at East Bay

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief
June 29
Filed under Campus

Construction will continue through the summer at Cal State East Bay’s Hayward campus. On Friday the Director of Parking and Transportation Services at CSUEB, Derrick Lobo, announced that parking lots E and F will be closed for the entire summer quarter as part of a summer maintenance program. Con...

Baseball falls short in CCAA title game

Baseball falls short in CCAA title game

Marissa Marshall,
Staff Writer
May 18
Filed under Sports

The Cal State East Bay baseball team had an exceptional weekend in the CCAA tournament last weekend. They won three games to two against some of the top teams in the league, but unfortunately fell in the championship game 10-9 to Chico State on Saturday. East Bay began their CCAA playoff run on Wedne...

Navarro driving force for Pioneers

Navarro driving force for Pioneers

Marquis Jamarillo,
Contributor
May 18
Filed under Features, Showcase, Sports

To say you were born to play baseball is one thing. To actually live it is another. Rudy Navarro, Jr., a 21-year-old senior on the Cal State East Bay Pioneer baseball team lives that reality. Navarro, originally from Corcoran, is a utility player: he plays multiple positions on the baseball field, which is...

Fuerza impulsora ofensiva para los Pioneros

Fuerza impulsora ofensiva para los Pioneros

Rudy Navarro and Marquis Jamarillo,
Contributors
May 18
Filed under Spanish

Decir ‘nacido para jugar al béisbol’ es una cosa. Pero vivirlo es otra. Rudy Navarro, Jr., un estudiante de tercer año de 21 años de edad en el equipo de béisbol de la Universidad Estatal de California en la Bahía del Este viviendo esta realidad. Navarro, originario de Corcoran, es un jugador de u...

Reclaiming Latino and Latina

Reclaiming Latino and Latina

Marquis Jaramillo,
Contributor
May 5
Filed under Arts & Life, Campus, Metro

At a recent  “Una Noche de Poesia” event in the Diversity Center at Cal State East Bay, the aroma of café y pan dulce — coffee and sweet bread — filled the dimly-lit room. The evening was dedicated to the work of a unique group of poesia y artistas — poets and artists — who are part of a ...

Faculty approve contract agreement

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief
May 4
Filed under Campus, Metro

The “Fight for 5” looks like it could be coming to an official end for faculty and staff of the California State University system. On Tuesday, the California Faculty Association, the union that represents the CSU staff and faculty members, announced that its members approved a tentative agreement through an o...

Dear Colleagues and Students

Dear Colleagues and Students

Dr. Nicholas L. Baham III,
Professor of Ethnic Studies and CSUEB CFA Chapter President
May 4
Filed under Features, Op-ed, Opinion, Showcase

On behalf of your CSU East Bay chapter of the California Faculty Association (CFA) and Students for Quality Education (SQE), I want to thank you for your support and love in the recent Faculty Fight for Five! As many of you now know, we were able to avert a strike after a last minute agreement with Chance...

Water polo loses in conference championship

Water polo loses in conference championship

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief
May 4
Filed under Sports

It must feel like Groundhog’s Day for the Cal State East Bay water polo team. For the third consecutive year, the Pioneers made it to the Western Water Polo Association Conference championship game, only to lose all three times to the same team, the UC San Diego Tritons. This year, CSUEB defeated...

Baseball falls to conference rival SFSU Gators

Baseball falls to conference rival SFSU Gators

Marissa Marshall,
Staff Writer
May 4
Filed under Sports

The Cal State East Bay baseball team fell to rival San Francisco State in a game with very little offense on Tuesday afternoon.East Bay was fresh off a road trip in Southern California last weekend, where they faced UC San Diego (29-17 overall, 18-15 conference) in a three-game series winning two, 5-...

Pioneer baseball still in playoff run

Pioneer baseball still in playoff run

Marissa Marshall,
Staff Writer
April 27
Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Cal State East Bay baseball team almost had a clean sweep this weekend against Cal State San Marcos. The Pioneers won the three game series against the Cougars 2-1. The Pioneers swept San Marcos (21-20 overall, 13-16 conference) in their doubleheader on Saturday, winning 7-3 in the first game and 8-4 in the second game. ...

Women’s hoops lose leader

Women’s hoops lose leader

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief
April 21
Filed under Campus, Showcase, Sports

Just over a month after the greatest season in school history, the women’s basketball team lost their coach. Cal State East Bay Head Coach Suzy Barcomb chose to go to her hometown area after she accepted an offer from Seattle University to become their new head coach. This comes on the heels of the...

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