• Sports

    ‘Runners rise above the Redhawks

    By Nate Sanchez Sports Editor   The CSUB men’s basketball team beat the Redhawks of Seattle University by a score of 83-63 on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Rabobank Arena.   “Our guys played with a...
    February 19, 2014 295 0
  • Sports

    ‘Runner baseball off to a blazing start

    By Josh Bennett Assistant Sports Editor     The ’Runners baseball team beat the Milwaukee Panthers 8-4 Friday at Hardt Field. Junior designated hitter Logan Trowbridge led the way for CSUB, going 2-4 with three RBIs,...
    February 19, 2014 364 0
  • Sports

    Student athletes should be compensated

    Student athletes are a major part of many a university’s financial success. The Runner Sports Guys feel that you can’t spell exploitation without NCAA. By Nate Sanchez and Josh Bennett Sports Editor and Assistant Sports Editor...
    February 19, 2014 541 0
  • Opinion

    LGBT Olympics support handled poorly

    By Alex Ripepi Opinion Editor The 2014 Winter Olympics have revealed how truly immature the world is in respect to issues concerning homophobia. With the announcement of Russia as this games’ host, the controversy surrounding the...
    February 19, 2014 368 0
  • Opinion

    The Harsh Reality of Reality TV

    By Richard Garibay   It’s been a long day; you sit down and turn on your television set. What do you see as you flip through the channels? Things like ‘Washed up Celebrity Looking for Love’,...
    February 19, 2014 300 0
  • News

    Chief of Police strives to maintain safety at CSUB

       Chief of police Martin Williamson was a guest speaker at the Associated Students Inc. weekly meeting to give a campus police update on Friday, Feb. 7.   Chief Williamson noticed that crime is significantly becoming...
    February 19, 2014 364 0
  • News

    ‘Grapes of Wrath’ takes the stage

      The yearlong celebration to honor the 75th anniversary of John Steinbeck’s novel, The Grapes of Wrath, started on Friday. Feb. 7 hosted by The School of Arts and Humanities and The Public History Institute at...
    February 19, 2014 339 0
  • Arts & Entertainment

    Runner Cast: Spotlight on the Arts- Willkommen Elizabeth Provencio!

    I had the chance to catch up with CSUB Music Alumna Elizabeth Provencio after her semester abroad in Vienna, Austria. Here is what she had to say: Here is the interview prior to her departure in...
    February 17, 2014 426 0
  • Arts & Entertainment

    10 ways you’re probably a creeper

    By Athena Skapinakis That cute girl you’ve been crushing on in your first class of the day probably has no idea you exist so you’ve taken it upon yourself to introduce yourself and carry on an...
    February 17, 2014 454 5
  • News

    Obama Talk

    By Maggie Rodriguez Staff Writer On Jan. 28, President Barack Obama delivered the State of the Union to a bilateral congress and an eager audience. During the hour-and-a-half speech he brought forth several topics, from the...
    February 16, 2014 304 0

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