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  • News

    Polar vortex wreaks havoc in the South

    By Maggie Rodriguez Staff Writer As the rest of the country experiences freezing temperatures due to a distorted polar vortex, California has managed to escape the trend all together. Not long after taking the Midwest by...
    February 10, 2014 263 0
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    Transgender Law Causes Controversy

    By Anthony Jauregui Staff Writer   California was the first state to pass the transgender “bathroom law” that granted transgender K-12 students with the autonomy to choose which bathrooms they identify with.   Though this law...
    February 2, 2014 218 0
  • City

    Russo’s closes store, switches to website

    After 24 years in business, Russo’s Books closed its doors and sold its furniture, no longer welcoming bookworms and comic book readers alike. Russo’s opened in 1989 and announced in December that their business would move...
    February 2, 2014 224 0
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    Student finds friendly faces in Financial Aid

    By Connie Hayes Staff Writer Financial Aid As a returning graduate student who took two years off, coming back to the university has been a big transition. Most noticeably for me is having to learn about...
    February 2, 2014 311 0
  • News

    Obama’s Marijuana Statement Causes Controversy

    By Anthony Jauregui Staff Writer   On Jan. 19 2014, President Barack Obama said in an interview for The New Yorker, “As has been well documented, I smoked pot as a kid, and I view it...
    February 2, 2014 237 1
  • Campus

    Campus rises to recycling challenge

    By Maggie Rodriguez Staff Writer What started as a friendly competition between Ohio and Miami University, as a way to motivate their student bodies to recycle more, is now a nationwide tournament known as RecycleMania. RecycleMania...
    February 2, 2014 240 0
  • News

    CECE begins director search

    With the current position of Director of the Career Development Center vacant, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Jim Drnek, has stepped in as Interim Director. The CECE is available on campus and on-line as an...
    February 2, 2014 279 0
  • News

    CSUB pitches in on MLK Day of Service

    By Ileana Angulo Staff Writer On Monday, Jan. 20, people in the community came together to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. in the sixth annual MLK Day of Service. Stop the Violence hosted the event at...
    February 1, 2014 334 0
  • News

    Target security breach affects millions

    By Sandy Ornelas Assistant News Editor   During the holiday, Target’s system was hacked and over 40 million Target shoppers’ personal information was stolen. The information taken from the system included names, debit card information, mailing...
    January 29, 2014 337 0
  • News

    Drought brings health, financial risks

    By Steven Barker and Sandy Ornelas Managing Editor and Assistant News Editor The 2012-2013 record was the driest winter in the last 100 years throughout most of California, according to a report published by the University...
    January 29, 2014 285 0

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