CSUEB students return for winter

Kali Persall,
Managing Editor

It’s the second week of winter term and after a monthlong hiatus, Cal State East Bay students are settling back into the routine.

Students huddled indoors during the first days of winter term in campus facilities like Starbucks, the University Library and the Diversity Center to seek shelter from the stormy weather.

The downpour hit California last weekend in what has been called the “most powerful storm in a decade” by the LA Times and other news outlets, causing trees to uproot, flash floods and even evacuations. East Bay is one of the few colleges in the state still on the quarter system and for Pioneers classes reconvened for the new term before most other universities and colleges.