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Letter to the Editor: Free speech week incites hate

Letter to the Editor: Free speech week incites hate
November 2, 2017

Alexander Lawrence misses a key point in his Oct. 19 article, "Free speech week incites hate." A college education isn’t about accumulating facts. We have encyclopedias for that – Google too, for...

Juana Davila

Juana Davila
August 27, 2017

Paradise in a dark alley Old Havana is beautiful during the night; it’s like a never ending fiesta. Parents are out with their children, young couples are taking a stroll while street musicians work...

Daisy Ortiz

Daisy Ortiz
August 23, 2017

Small business, big surprise Havana is a mix between gray and white. I say gray because unfortunately for some and a blessing for others, even the best parts of Havana aren’t what you would see in...

Communism, bad for whom?

Communism, bad for whom?
August 23, 2017

 Growing up, I always associated communism with being a bad thing and capitalism as being great. Sometimes in life, we just accept what we’re told if enough people are saying the same thing until we...

Has Fidel Castro’s death changed anything in the country?

Has Fidel Castro’s death changed anything in the country?
July 12, 2017

On Nov. 25, 2016, Cubans celebrated with pots and pans in the streets of Miami, joyful of what they thought would be a turning point for their homeland, Cuba. In the United States, we received...

Oakland jazz festival honors Malcolm X

Oakland jazz festival honors Malcolm X
May 24, 2017

The 17th annual Malcolm X Jazz Arts festival took place in Oakland on Saturday, filling San Antonio Park with music, spoken word, local artists, community activists, and a variety of other events. The...

Good riddance to the quarter system at CSUEB

Good riddance to the quarter system at CSUEB
May 17, 2017

I came to CSUEB straight from high school in 2012. I grew up in Southern California and chose CSUEB to get away from home and experience being on my own. I came straight from a semester school, so I didn't...

East Bay brings innovation to campus

East Bay brings innovation to campus
March 1, 2017

More than 200 Cal State East Bay students dressed in professional attire with business cards in hand and rushed to hear local business owners give advice on how to creatively apply technology to their...

Proposition 58 deserves a yes vote

Proposition 58 deserves a yes vote
October 30, 2016

I am an Argentinian-American dual citizen, and like many first-generation Americans, my first language was Spanish. I learned English in the San Fran- cisco public school system, and speak Spanish...

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor
October 19, 2016

There are a ton of candidates and ballot measures vying for our attention this election season. But one in particular Proposition 55 deserves a closer look, and a yes vote. While it may seem...

California suffering from teacher shortage

California suffering from teacher shortage
September 21, 2016

California has experienced a teacher shortage for the better part of a decade, as schools struggle to lure new talent into a profession that isn’t viewed as lucrative, and as cost of living continues...

Hayward trae la primera escuela de educacion especial en ontoño

Hayward trae la primera escuela de educacion especial en ontoño
June 29, 2016

Para muchas personas el término “necesidades especiales” puede ser extranjero. Sin embargo, la educación especial se está convirtiendo en una tendencia cada vez más popular en toda California.De...

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