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Traditional African music graces campus

Traditional African music graces campus

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

February 26, 2015


Filed under Campus, Showcase

Former member of the performance ensemble group Sweet Honey On The Rock, Ysaye Barnwell, led “A participatory singing journey through African American history” on Tuesday night, as part of the CSUEB Week of Inclusive Excellence by the Office of Diversity. Her visit drew faculty, staff, students, and ...

The Bistro: Hayward’s source for local shows

The Bistro: Hayward’s source for local shows

Sam Benavidez,
Arts & Life Editor

February 20, 2015


Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

The Bistro, a bar and restaurant on the corner of B Street and Main Street, is one of the only live music venues in Hayward since 1994. From open mic nights to local and touring musical acts, The Bistro is an entertainment venue in a city that otherwise does not offer live entertainment on a regular ...

The Real Meaning of Holiday Songs

The Real Meaning of Holiday Songs

Bryan Cordova, Metro and Spanish Editor

December 23, 2014


Filed under Blog, Showcase

Confession time, I don’t like holiday music. I know it’s a scrooge moment but a long time ago I listened to the songs, like really listened, and it ruined me. Figuring out what these lyrics meant was worse than finding out that (Spoiler Alert) Santa isn't real. But you're clearly using the internet...

Mexican revolution commemorated in Berkeley

Mexican revolution commemorated in Berkeley

Richard Zepeda,
Contributor

November 29, 2014


Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

Berkeley’s La Peña Cultural Center recently commemorated the 104th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution with a performance from Gloria Arjona, Ph.D., a Spanish professor at California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, Calif. In her performance, Arjona used images, narration, poems, and ballads...

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