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Good riddance to the quarter system at CSUEB

Good riddance to the quarter system at CSUEB

Tishauna Carrell,
Staff Writer
May 17, 2017
Filed under Campus, Opinion, Showcase

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 really understand what the quarter system was. I just knew that for some odd reason, I started ...

CSUEB graduate completes second book

CSUEB graduate completes second book

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief
January 25, 2017
Filed under Arts & Life, Features

For most 24-year-old college graduates, life consists of looking for jobs or settling into a position using the skills they recently acquired. However, Cal State East Bay alum Lauren Lola already has a firm grasp on what she wants to do: write. Lola’s second novel, “An Absolute Mind” was release...

The first generation to graduate

The first generation to graduate

Maira Sanchez,
Contributor
August 17, 2016
Filed under Campus, Opinion

I am the first member of my Mexican family to go to college. I am 21 years old and come from a family of nine. I have six older brothers who were born in Mexico but I was born in the US. When I graduate next spring, it will be a great accomplishment, not only for me, but for my parents an...

Program provides mentors to students

Program provides mentors to students

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor
March 19, 2015
Filed under Campus

After the Office of University Diversity was founded at California State University, East Bay on July 1, 2013, several programs were formed through the office to provide diversity to the school and surrounding communities to tackle low graduation rates. One of the programs developed by the office was ...

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