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Precautions to take if there’s an active shooter

Precautions to take if there’s an active shooter

Juan Diaz,
Contributor

February 7, 2018


Filed under Politics

Run, hide or fight? In the event of an active shooter: run, hide, fight. Hidden within this seemingly simple set of instructions lies a spectrum of subtext and a wealth of information. There is a time to run, a place to hide, and a reason to fight. Knowing when and how to do each can potentially save you...

Campus Safety 101: Walking around CSUEB at night

Campus Safety 101: Walking around CSUEB at night

Sierra Perales,
Contributor

January 24, 2018


Filed under Campus, Showcase

Winter time on Cal State East Bay’s campus can get cold and especially dark since daylight savings time ends in November. The dark evenings will continue until daylight savings returns in early March. For anyone on campus studying or taking night classes, this means having to cross parts of campus...

How to stay safe at CSU East Bay at night

How to stay safe at CSU East Bay at night

Teleia Johnson,
Contributor

November 2, 2017


Filed under Campus

Campus life here at Cal State East Bay is just like any other college campus. Students are scrambling around like ants trying to get to their colony; lines at Subway and Panda Express are out the door, parking spots are scarce and there’s hardly anywhere to sit and get some peace and quiet. On a...

How safe are Hayward high schools?

How safe are Hayward high schools?

Cody Davis and Louis LaVenture,
Contributor and Editor-in-Chief

March 15, 2017


Filed under Metro, Showcase

On Jan. 11 at a school board meeting Ladale Slocum, a campus safety officer for Tennyson High School in South Hayward, discussed the functionality of security cameras at high schools within the Hayward Unified School District. “Our camera system has been down for at least a couple of years now,” sai...

Aphasia program educates survivors

Aphasia program educates survivors

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief

June 1, 2016


Filed under Campus, Metro

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...

Is CSUEB earthquake safety a major issue?

Is CSUEB earthquake safety a major issue?

Louis LaVenture ,
Sports and Campus Editor

September 2, 2015


Filed under Campus, Showcase

Two 4.0 magnitude earthquakes shook the Hayward Fault Line in the last month, the first in Fremont and the latter in Piedmont. The 2.4 magnitude aftershock followed the first quake less than an hour later. Reports rolled in of items falling off of shelves, but no major damage was reported. The second qu...

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