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Report finds many students go without food or shelter

Report finds many students go without food or shelter

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief

July 13, 2016

Homelessness is an epidemic that hits close to home for the California State University system. A study commissioned by CSU Chancellor Timothy White in Feb. 2015 returned some stunning results last month. The study found that one out of every 10 CSU students is homeless and one out of five CSU student...

Home can never be replaced

Home can never be replaced

Marissa Marshall,
Staff Writer

June 29, 2016

In August 2015 I moved away from home in Los Angeles to attend my first year of college at California State University East Bay. I finished my first year, and am finally home for summer break before I return for my second year. It was a surreal feeling for me when I first got to college. I was not sad I...

I’m about to graduate: What’s next?

I’m about to graduate: What’s next?

Karina Salgado,
Contributor

April 14, 2016

With spring graduation only two months away and soon to be a CSUEB alumna, the only thing on my mind is: What comes next? After spending the last six years of my life walking around the East Bay campus and feeling like graduation was centuries away, now that it’s rapidly approaching, I keep questi...

CSU Chancellor supports conversion

CSU Chancellor supports conversion

Brianna Leahy,
Contributor

September 23, 2015

The Chancellor’s Office of the California State University system is set to offer potential financial support to Cal State East Bay for converting from a quarter system to a semester system. While the amount of assistance CSUEB will receive from the Chancellor’s Office is unknown, it is anticipate...

A journey worth taking

A journey worth taking

Andrea Dupree ,
Copy Editor

September 2, 2015

It took me 12 years, six months and 13 days to finish college.  I’ve been taking college courses since I was 19 and my daughter was 9-months-old. It was incredibly difficult to juggle all of my responsibilities: I had a baby, a full-time school schedule and a 30-hours-per-week work schedule. Sometim...

CSUEB online program among best in California

CSUEB online program among best in California

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor

September 2, 2015

More than 15 years after its inception, the Cal State East Bay online program nabbed some national rankings. In August, the website BestSchools.com ranked CSUEB the third best online college in California. According to the website the criteria for a school making the list include: being an accredit...

HUSD hosts second annual Education Summit

HUSD hosts second annual Education Summit

Shannon Stroud,
Metro Editor

April 23, 2015

On Saturday morning, hundreds of students, parents and community members filled Hayward City Hall’s first floor and lined the staircase to the second floor as they came together for Hayward Unified School District’s second annual Education Summit. The summit, dubbed “Cradle to Career,” took plac...

Molière’s Tartuffe opens at University

Molière’s Tartuffe opens at University

Beatriz Alvarez,
Contributor

November 20, 2014

The curtains rose for the Theatre and Dance department’s fall production of the nearly 400-year-old play Tartuffe on Friday night. The small but eager crowd entered the University Theatre for opening night as the doors opened. Molière’s Tartuffe is a comedic play that was written in the mid 1650’s and was ...

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