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Play examines life, love and death within community

Play examines life, love and death within community

Kris Stewart,
Managing Editor
October 29, 2015
Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

A Pulitzer Prize winning production, “Our Town” follows the lives of two families, the Webbs and the Gibbs through life, love, marriage and death. Directing the production is Darryl V Jones, a CSUEB professor of 10 years who previously directed several productions on campus including, “In t...

A look into the Pioneer’s future

Shannon Stroud,
Editor-In-Chief
October 29, 2015
Filed under Features

One year ago, I received an email from my department saying that The Pioneer newspaper was hiring. I loved to write but I had no experience in journalism and I wasn’t sure if there was a place at the paper for beginners. I was nervous when I walked into the Pioneer to attend my first editorial meeting...

Water testing could affect taste and color

Water testing could affect taste and color

Louis LaVenture,
News and Sports Editor
October 22, 2015
Filed under Metro

If East Bay residents think their water looks and tastes funny, they might be right. Last week the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission began testing a backup water supply that is designed to provide water to Bay Area residents, including many East Bay cities. The Lower Cherry Aqueduct System wa...

“Person of interest” sought in homicide of East Bay muralist

“Person of interest” sought in homicide of East Bay muralist

Louis LaVenture,
News and Sports Editor
October 7, 2015
Filed under Metro

The Oakland Police Department released an image from a surveillance video on Monday of a man that they are calling a “person of interest” in connection to the homicide of 27-year-old muralist Antonio Ramos last month. According to the press release from OPD, the suspect is approximately 6 feet tall, 2...

Se acerca una huelga entre la facultad de la UEC

Se acerca una huelga entre la facultad de la UEC

Louis LaVenture,
Editor de noticias y deportes
October 1, 2015
Filed under Uncategorized

El 24 de septiembre la Asociación de Profesores de California anunció que tendrá un período de votación de 10 días, comenzando el 19 de octubre hasta el 28 para decidir si quieren organizar una huelga. El presidente de la CFA y la profesora de filosofía y relaciones públicas y administración de ...

Oakland mourns slain artist

Oakland mourns slain artist

Kris Stewart,
Managing Editor
September 30, 2015
Filed under Metro, Showcase

The West Street underpass in West Oakland will forever be stamped by the work of local artist Antonio Ramos, 27, who was shot and killed Tuesday morning while he worked on a mural designed by Oakland middle school students that depicts a boy who has special powers to heal and stop violence. After Oakland police...

CSUEB students build new playground

CSUEB students build new playground

by Kris Stewart,
Managing Editor
September 30, 2015
Filed under Campus, Metro

Swings and slides went up on Saturday at the Salvation Army in Downtown Hayward, adding to a semi-vacant play area for children in their after school program. The idea for the playground came from Cal State East Bay senior Javier Lopez, a criminal justice major with a minor in sociology. Since Janu...

Zombie improv emerges in Walnut Creek

Zombie improv emerges in Walnut Creek

by Kris Stewart,
Managing Editor
September 30, 2015
Filed under Arts & Life

Fear the walking dead — or spend an evening with them — when Synergy Theater presents their Halloween event, Z is for Zombie: An Improvised Zombie Apocalypse at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek. “What makes this play special is that we’re not just improvising in the style of a...

Wildcats claw in straight sets

Wildcats claw in straight sets

by Louis LaVenture,
News and Sports editor
September 30, 2015
Filed under Sports

Despite close matches in the first two sets, the Cal State East Bay women’s volleyball team fell to visiting Chico State 3-0 on Tuesday night at Pioneer Gymnasium in Hayward. The Pioneers are now 3-10 overall and 1-4 in California Collegiate Athletic Association Conference competitions this seas...

Volleyball survives thriller in Hayward

Volleyball survives thriller in Hayward

Louis LaVenture,
News and Sports Editor
September 23, 2015
Filed under Sports

It wasn’t easy for the Cal State East Bay women’s volleyball team, but in the end they got it done. The Pioneers defeated Cal State Stanislaus 3-2 Tuesday night at the Pioneer Gymnasium, which improved them to 3-8 overall and 1-2 in California Collegiate Athletic Association play. In the fifth ...

Pioneers chomped by Gators on home turf

Pioneers chomped by Gators on home turf

Louis LaVenture,
News and Sports Editor
September 23, 2015
Filed under Sports

An early 1-0 lead was not enough to help the Cal State East Bay men’s soccer team beat San Francisco State. CSUEB lost 3-1 to their conference rival on Sunday in Hayward, falling to 1-5 overall for the season and 0-2 in California Collegiate Athletic Association play so far. The Pioneers domina...

Find the hidden gems of Hayward Campus

Find the hidden gems of Hayward Campus

Alfonso Galindo,
Contributor
September 23, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Whether you are a commuter student or live on campus, Cal State East Bay has hidden nooks and crannies that make your experience on campus extend beyond just attending classes. From the jaw dropping views to buildings students don’t visit or know about, there are adventures on campus even if you t...

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