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CSUEB students seek 24-hour library

CSUEB students seek 24-hour library

By Daniel Moronez, CONTRIBUTOR

November 9, 2018


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California State University, East Bay’s students attempt to do homework at random hours of the day, depending on when they can find time in their busy schedule. Students struggle to find a place to study, especially at night, without access to a 24-hour library. The University Library opens at 8 a.m. an...

Temporary flu shot clinic at CSU East Bay

Temporary flu shot clinic at CSU East Bay

By Marisol Martinez Garcia, SPANISH EDITOR

November 9, 2018


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Flu season has returned as the fall transitions into winter. Influenza is spread from person to person and comes with many nasty and sometimes lethal symptoms which include fevers, body aches, malaise, headaches, runny noses and sore throats. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that ev...

CSUEB receives funding for Graduation Initiative

CSUEB receives funding for Graduation Initiative

By Andrew Cooper, CONTRIBUTOR

November 8, 2018


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The California State Legislature and Governor Jerry Brown approved a $75 million allocation to support the California State University’s Graduation Initiative (GI 2025) which was divided among the 23 campuses this school year. California State University, East Bay received $2.519 million of these f...

“Botanica” installments comes to CSUEB

November 8, 2018


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Latinx and carribbean installment at C.E. Smith Museum at CSUEB Professor Albert Gonzalez greeted his 5:45 p.m. Thursday class with a warm smile and genuine concern regarding his students future. He quickly dove into the agenda for the day and outlined the status of the upcoming installment hosted by ...

CSUEB Chief of Police set to retire

CSUEB Chief of Police set to retire

By Jessica Irrera, MANAGING EDITOR

November 2, 2018


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A warm, welcoming and popular presence is retiring from California State University, East Bay’s police force after six years of service. CSUEB’s Chief of Police, Sheryl Boykins has dedicated over 30 years to policing the city of Hayward. The Hayward native was a police officer for the Hayward Po...

Diversity and Inclusion Student Center hosts Faculty Spotlight

Diversity and Inclusion Student Center hosts Faculty Spotlight

By Janice Domingo, ONLINE/SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR

November 1, 2018


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The Department of Ethnic Studies Attendees piled into California State University, East Bay’s Diversity and Inclusion Student Center on Oct. 23 during the faculty spotlight event that focused on Ethnic Studies professors. Panelists like Department Chair Luz Calvo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Anndre...

CSU System takes on #justice4josiah

CSU System takes on #justice4josiah

By Erika Martinez, STAFF WRITER

October 31, 2018


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Unrest is felt throughout California State University campuses one year after the killing of 19-year-old David Josiah Lawson, a black student from Humboldt State University. On April 15, 2017, Josiah was stabbed to death at a local house party in Arcata, Calif. after he and his friends were accused of st...

Campus programs to change low voting trends

Campus programs to change low voting trends

By TJ Porreca, STAFF WRITER

October 19, 2018


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Organizations at Cal State East Bay are working to maximize voter turnout as the November midterm elections rapidly approach. Midterm elections historically see low voter turnout from constituents aged 18 to 24 according to the Associated Press. However, campus organizations are working on initiatives to c...

The difference your major makes after graduation

The difference your major makes after graduation

By Nicole Luang, CONTRIBUTOR

October 19, 2018


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Recent graduates are still having a hard time seeking job opportunities despite the job market’s improvement since the last recession. One out of every 40 college graduates is unemployed, according to the most recent report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This raises the question in regard to wheth...

Writing Skills Test

Writing Skills Test

By Marisol Martinez Garcia , CONTRIBUTOR

October 19, 2018


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Scoring 8 Or Higher On The WST To Graduate The Writing Skills Test seems to be a test many California State University, East Bay students avoid until the end of their academic career. “The Writing Skills Test consists of an analytic essay that requires [students] to demonstrate that [they] can t...

Data breach

By Janice Domingo, ONLINE/SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR

October 19, 2018


Filed under Campus

Sensitive information, including social security numbers and home addresses for almost 10,000 California State University, East Bay students and prospective students, has been compromised. On Oct. 5, CSU East Bay’s news website released a statement in regard to an unauthorized access of personal information ...

Food options on East Bay campus may change sooner than later

Food options on East Bay campus may change sooner than later

By Michael Doherty, CONTRIBUTOR

October 11, 2018


Filed under Campus, Uncategorized

Aramark is the company that has handled California State University East Bay’s dining contract since July 1st 2006. From the dining commons to the chain franchises on campus, Aramark controls it all. The Pioneer reported in March of 2017 that the school was preparing to end their contract with the ...

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