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Parking is bad, but it could be worse

Parking is bad, but it could be worse

Janice Sobrepena Domingo,
Contributor
August 10, 2017
Filed under Campus, Opinion, Showcase

With fall quarter coming up and a new batch of freshmen coming in, the hunt for parking spots may resemble a scene out of “Game of Thrones;’” Cutthroat, suspenseful, and full of drama. Most students who drive to campus have been guilty of one of these two things at some point: attempting to sh...

Pioneers split wins with SF State

Pioneers split wins with SF State

Susi Larsen,
Layout Designer
February 15, 2017
Filed under Sports

The Pioneer softball team opened the 2017 California Collegiate Athletic Association Conference schedule on Saturday with a doubleheader on the road against San Francisco State University. Despite 7 Pioneer hits, they could not stop the defensive errors, and with a total of 7, the Gators took advantag...

I Don’t Want to Strike, But I Must

I Don’t Want to Strike, But I Must

Nicholas L. Baham III, Ph.D. Professor of Ethnic Studies CSUEB CFA Chapter President
March 18, 2016
Filed under Campus, Op-ed, Opinion

Dear Colleagues, Staff, and Students of the CSUEB Community, You have all certainly heard by now that 26,000 California State University faculty will strike across the entire 23 campus CSU system on April 13-15 and April 18 and 19 unless CSU Chancellor Tim White agrees to a 5% pay raise for all faculty....

Gators pummel Pioneers in Hayward showdown

Gators pummel Pioneers in Hayward showdown

Louis LaVenture,
News and Sports Editor
October 7, 2015
Filed under Sports

Despite keeping the score close in every set against San Francisco State, the Cal State East Bay women’s volleyball team couldn’t pull out a home victory. The Gators took over sole possession of fourth place in the California Collegiate Athletic Conference when they defeated the Pioneers in H...

STEM field leads employment rates for graduates

STEM field leads employment rates for graduates

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor
June 10, 2015
Filed under Campus

The unemployment rate in California is higher than the country average according to a 2014 Labor Market Information report by the State of California Employment Development Department. In the United States 5.4 percent of the population is unemployed, however, in California that number is 6.3 percen...

Students bring folklore to performance

Students bring folklore to performance

Bryan Cordova,
Managing Editor
May 27, 2015
Filed under Campus, Showcase

It was a night out of a dark fairy tale filled with twisted dreams, vampires, and spirits. The 43rd Pilipino Cultural Night brought audiences into a fantasy world last weekend. The show’s cast and crew consisted of members of California State University, East Bay’s student club, the Pilipino American...

Pioneer of the Week: Marquise Cherry

Pioneer of the Week: Marquise Cherry

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor
May 7, 2015
Filed under Sports

Cal State East Bay junior Marquise Cherry dominated the long jump event on Friday at San Francisco State in the California Collegiate Athletic Association and eventually took first place in the event edging out junior Phil Bailey from Chico State and freshman Matt Bowen from UC San Diego. With ju...

Pioneers come back from deep end against UCSD Tritons

Pioneers come back from deep end against UCSD Tritons

Louis LaVenture,
Sports and Campus Editor
April 23, 2015
Filed under Sports

Back-to-back losses on Friday could have ruined senior day on Saturday for the Cal State East Bay softball team. However, the Pioneers bounced back and won both games against the UC San Diego Tritons that made senior day a memorable one. The Pioneers are now 25-22 overall and 13-19 in California Collegi...

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