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CSUEB’s Wind Symphony Live Performance

CSUEB’s Wind Symphony Live Performance

Jhoselyn Morales, Contributor July 21, 2021

The California State University, East Bay Music department was one of the few departments that held in-person classes during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. The minimal number of on-campus classes...

CSUEB’s women’s basketball program has its sights on a comeback season

CSUEB’s women’s basketball program has its sights on a comeback season

Ruben Banuelos, Staff Writer July 15, 2021

A look into what WBB player Delia Moore said about the past year and upcoming season Women’s collegiate basketball returns this fall to California State University, East Bay’s campus. They missed...

ASI President Anjelica de Leon anticipating CSUEB’s transition back to campus

ASI President Anjelica de Leon anticipating CSUEB’s transition back to campus

Maha Sanad, Social Media Editor July 14, 2021

“When you have more than you need, build a longer table, not a higher fence.” This is California State University, East Bay’s president Anjelica de Leon’s favorite quote and philosophy for this...

The Delta Variant and CSUEB’s Upcoming Fall Semester

The Delta Variant and CSUEB’s Upcoming Fall Semester

Maha Sanad, Social Media Editor July 7, 2021

A Look at the Delta Variant with CSUEB’s Chair of the Department of Public Health, Dr. Arnab Mukherjea. California officially reopened, which means no more capacity limitations and masks are no longer...

The impact of Covid-19 on CSUEB’s University Library

The impact of Covid-19 on CSUEB’s University Library

Brittany Bautista June 30, 2021

How the University Library’s staff came together throughout the pandemic for students. By Brittany Bautista, CONTRIBUTOR With the abrupt campus shutdown in March 2020 due to Covid-19, the University...

California State University, East Bay Unsure of Fan Attendance for Fall

California State University, East Bay Unsure of Fan Attendance for Fall

Ryan Duarte June 23, 2021

By Ryan Duarte, SPORTS EDITOR California is in a transition period of the Covid-19 pandemic to the state reopening. This tough period is also leaving the possibility of California State University,...

CSUEB welcomes its first-ever Inclusive Performance Festival

CSUEB welcomes its first-ever Inclusive Performance Festival

Sarah Rodriguez June 22, 2021

By Sarah Rodriquez, COPY EDITOR Over the course of a month, California State University, East Bay’s Department of Theatre and Dance in collaboration with Dandelion Dancetheater, conducted the university’s...

The Precarious Nature of Being a Lecturer in Post-Secondary Education

The Precarious Nature of Being a Lecturer in Post-Secondary Education

Monet Troche June 9, 2021

An analysis of how Covid-19 has impacted higher education instructors. By Monet Troche, EDITOR IN CHIEF The majority of instructors at colleges and universities are ‘contingent faculty,’ who...

Kayla Usison and Gary Duropan at the front desk of the RAW. There were four student workers during the appointment shift on May 4.

California State University East Bay’s Recreation Center (RAW) Reopens after Alameda County enters red tier

Kabir Dhillon May 13, 2021

Photo Essay By Kabir Dhillon, CONTRIBUTOR Hayward, Calif. - The Recreation and Wellness (RAW) has reopened following the changes made within the Covid-19 guidelines and was advocated for by Associated...

Department of Communication Graduation Awards Recipients

Department of Communication Graduation Awards Recipients

May 11, 2021

By Department of Communication Here are the recipients of the Department of Communication 2021 Graduation Awards! We are so proud of these deserving students! Please join us in congratulating them:...

CSUEB is using food insecurity research to help students obtain basic needs

CSUEB is using food insecurity research to help students obtain basic needs

May 7, 2021

By Mary Katreeb, STAFF WRITER California State University, East Bay students who wish they had more money for food may be able to get paid for some research studies. Faculty members Dr. Ryan Gamba,...

A Sit Down with Seniors: Their Opinions on This Year’s “Car-mencement”

A Sit Down with Seniors: Their Opinions on This Year’s “Car-mencement”

May 7, 2021

The graduating class of 2020 and 2021 are set to receive a Car-mencement in place of a traditional graduation ceremony; here’s how they really feel. By Sarah Rodriguez, COPY EDITOR Since taking...

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