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The independent student news site of San Marcos, California

The Cougar Chronicle

The independent student news site of San Marcos, California

The Cougar Chronicle

The Graphis Designers for Peace exhibit will be available until December 15.
"Graphis Designers for Peace" Brings Awareness to Invasion in Ukraine
Hannah Crawford, Staff Writer • November 3, 2023

The Kellogg Library’s fall context exhibit “Graphis Designers for Peace,” is located on the third floor and features 30 art pieces out of 400 in the collection. Each piece was created by artists all over the world and was selected through an art competition hosted by Graphis and Studio Hinrichs....

The accessibility walk through took place on October 27.
Student-Led Task Force aims to Increase Campus Accessibility
Hannah Crawford, Staff Writer • November 4, 2023

Erin Hila, a second-year student, took to social media to express her grievances as a mobility aid user on the San Marcos campus. This led her to begin the task force with fellow campus faculty and students'...

Chingona Fest is an annual event hosted by both the Women and Gender Equity Center and the Latinx Center.
Chingona Fest empowers and educates the campus community
Emily Lopez, Staff Writer • September 27, 2023

Historically, the word Chingona originates from the masculine word Chingon, which refers to a strong, intelligent, and capable man. In Latin American culture, the word Chingon has a positive connotation,...

CSUSM Winter Sports Rundown - Final of the Semester
Nadia Houneini and Cole Mirza December 7, 2022
A view from the bleachers of the San Diego Loyals game on October 7.
The San Diego Loyal's Final Goodbye
David Contreras Delgado, Staff Writer • November 5, 2023

The San Diego Loyal has provided an outlet for local soccer fans since June of 2019, but unfortunately, the team said their goodbyes on October...

Power Lifting Club Interview
Nadia Houneini, Sports Editor • December 13, 2022

Nadia Houneini sits down and talks to Karissa Grier, Alyssa Ortega, Ryan Hawkins about what the powerlifting club is all about, how competitions...

Thanks For Watching - Fall '22
Luke Vore, Nadia Houneini, and Cole Mirza December 16, 2022
What's Your Favorite Gift?
Luke Vore, Video Editor • December 15, 2022
Best Restaurants in San Marcos, CA
Luke Vore, Video Editor • December 12, 2022
CSUSM's Fall Concert Preview '22
Luke Vore, Video Editor • December 6, 2022
Cover art for Armand Hammer’s new album, We Buy Diabetic Test Strips.
Concert Review: Armand Hammer in Santa Ana
Justin Gans, Assistant News Editor • November 1, 2023

Armand Hammer—a rap duo comprised of underground legends Billy Woods and ELUCID—released their latest album, “We Buy Diabetic Test Strips,” to widespread critical acclaim on September 29, 2023....

Movies to watch during Hispanic Heritage Month
David Contreras Delgado, Staff Writer • October 5, 2023

Watching internationally produced Hispanic films can be a bit of a challenge due to distribution rights in the United States, but for those still looking to celebrate our Hispanic communities, here are...

The Dungeons and Dragons Movie is a Fun Ride
Nik Chrissanthos, Assistant Arts & Entertaintment Editor • April 12, 2023

There is plenty of reason to be skeptical about Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves. Chief among them being Wizards of the Coast’s recent controversy regarding their changes to the Open Game License....

There are twelve zodiac signs in total that reveal different personality traits and are assigned based on birth dates.
Is Astrology Really Written in the Stars?
Kayla McCarthy, Opinion Editor • October 15, 2023

Astrology comes from a Hindu belief that all beings have a soul, otherwise known as the “supreme soul,” and it turned into a way of allowing people to see how the course of their life would go. It...

Olivia Rodrigo released her sophomore album GUTS on September 8.
Does Olivia Rodrigo have the "GUTS" to steal music?
Kayla McCarthy, Opinion Editor • October 5, 2023

20-year-old award-winning pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo just released her sophomore album, “GUTS” but within days of its release fans criticized her for the apparent plagiarism. This has been occurring...

Bringing Back Intermission
Sayna Nassertorabi, Opinions Editor • April 8, 2023

Recently, I have been in the mood to watch old movies. Even though most of them have normal running time, there are quite a few of them that are double the time of a regular movie. One of my favorite...

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