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Uno de cada diez estudiantes de la UEC no tiene hogar

Uno de cada diez estudiantes de la UEC no tiene hogar

Louis LaVenture,
Editor en Jefe

July 13, 2016

La falta de vivienda es una epidemia que golpea cerca de casa para el sistema de la Universidad del Estado de California. Un estudio, encargado por el canciller de la UEC, Timothy White, en febrero del año 2015 devolvió algunos resultados impresionantes el mes pasado. El estudio encontró que uno de cada 1...

Ralston named 2016 coach of the year

Ralston named 2016 coach of the year

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief

June 22, 2016

The best season in Cal State East Bay baseball history got even better last week. The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association named CSUEB Head Coach Bob Ralston 2016 West Region Coach of the Year earlier this month. The award comes after the Pioneers 33-22 overall record and 21-16 in California ...

CSUEB’s Myles Babitt drafted by Diamondbacks

CSUEB’s Myles Babitt drafted by Diamondbacks

Marissa Marshall,
Staff Writer

June 22, 2016

Two dreams came true for Cal State East Bay senior baseball player Myles Babitt on June 11. The outfielder graduated with a degree in communications and was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 25th round of the 2016 Major Baseball League Draft. Babitt’s notification of being drafted was surreal, a...

Library courtyard gets a makeover

Library courtyard gets a makeover

Kali Persall,
Managing Editor

June 22, 2016

Navigating the University Library entrance, or grabbing a cup of coffee from the campus Starbucks, will take a little longer than usual this summer as a construction zone is blocking all downstairs access points. White detour signs direct patrons to enter the library through the second story entran...

CSUEB Aramark contract set until 2018

CSUEB Aramark contract set until 2018

Elizabeth Avalos,
Staff Writer

June 9, 2016

Cal State East Bay’s campus food options have always been a relevant topic of discussion on campus. Whether criticism has been directed towards the lack of healthy food choices provided in the dining commons and on-campus restaurants, the arguably high prices at the POD market and bookstore or simply the...

Electronic parking signs now accurate

Electronic parking signs now accurate

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief

June 9, 2016

Finally, they work. The electronic signs for general parking lot A, the former site of Warren Hall, have been giving accurate numbers on available spaces for the past couple weeks, according to a Pioneer investigation. Since the signs were installed in September 2015, there were problems with the a...

CSUEB spring athletes receive accolades

CSUEB spring athletes receive accolades

Marissa Marshall,
Staff Writer

June 2, 2016

The California East Bay spring sports teams did exceptionally well this year, breaking school records and advancing to the postseason. This would not have been possible without some key athletes. Marquise Cherry, Rudy Navarro, Sierra Clark, Chad Hall and Sabrina Hatzer all received accolades for thei...

Programa de aphasia educa a los sobrevivientes

Programa de aphasia educa a los sobrevivientes

Louis LaVenture,
Editor en Jefe

June 1, 2016

La seguridad del campus es de máxima prioridad, y el Programa del Tratamiento de Afasia, en colaboración con la jefa de policía de la UECBE Sheryl Boykins, ofreció una presentación sobre seguridad personal a los sobrevivientes de accidentes cerebrovasculares y lesiones cerebrales traumáticas, el 23 de mayo...

Huerta trae historia a el campus

Huerta trae historia a el campus

Elizabeth Avalos,
Redactora

June 1, 2016

La Universidad Estatal de California en la Bahía del Este le dio la bienvenida a la líder sindical y activista por los derechos civiles Dolores Huerta el martes, con más de 400 personas que se reunieron para escucharla hablar en el teatro de la universidad para su presentación titulada “Lecciones ...

Vikings, Celtics invade Hayward campus

Vikings, Celtics invade Hayward campus

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief

June 1, 2016

Have you ever thrown a spear, shot a bow and arrow or engaged in Celtic combat? If you haven’t, then you missed out on Friday at the Cal State East Bay Student Historical Society Celtic and Viking reenactment. In addition to lectures and presentations of early century lifestyles, two historical reena...

Aphasia program educates survivors

Aphasia program educates survivors

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief

June 1, 2016

Campus safety is of top priority, and the Aphasia Treatment Program, in collaboration with CSUEB Police Chief Sheryl Boykins, hosted a personal safety presentation to survivors of strokes and traumatic brain injuries on May 23. According to Clinical Supervisor and Director of the ATP at CSUEB, Ellen Bern...

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