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Campus Notes 11/10

Campus Notes 11/10

Tania Ortiz, Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2021

Professor Leads Second Report on COVID Impact on Farmworkers| CSUSM News Center Cal State San Marcos professor Bonnie Bade is part of a team of academic researchers who came together last year to study...

Students were able to learn more about CalFresh and its resources.

Students learn about CalFresh resources during info session

Cassidy Lovell, Staff Writer November 10, 2021

ASI hosted CalFresh Extravaganza, their annual CalFresh information session, during U-Hour on Oct. 28, around 50 people attended the Zoom meeting. The session included two presentations: one from David...

The Craven Task force was created following the events of the Academic Senate vote in April.

Task force to evaluate legacy of late Senator Craven

Tania Ortiz, Editor-in-Chief November 8, 2021

CSUSM President Ellen Neufeldt recently charged a task force to examine the legacy of the late state legislator William Craven, following the Academic Senate resolution last spring endorsing the removal...

Every-body was positive on Love your Body Day

Every-body was positive on Love your Body Day

Marbella Ramirez, News Editor November 2, 2021

The Gender Equity Center celebrated its annual “Love My Body” Day celebration outside of the USU on Thursday Oct. 21. Fierce body-positive music, such as “Formation” by Beyonce, filled Cesar...

The closing ceremony included folkloric dance performances.

Hispanic Heritage Month closing ceremony celebrates Latinx culture

Nijat Mamtimen, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

The Latinx Center closed out Hispanic Heritage Month, hosting a closing ceremony in the USU Ballroom on Oct. 16. The event was not exclusive to Hispanic students, welcoming students of all backgrounds...

Campus Notes

Campus Notes

Tania Ortiz, Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2021

Winter intersession registration now open Classes for the winter intersession are open for enrollment. The class schedule became available to students on Oct. 11. Course topics feature art, media...

The library lockers provide students easy access to materials.

The Kellogg Library locker brings convenient solutions to students

Nijat Mamtimen, Staff Writer October 26, 2021

The Kellogg Library provides students accessible and convenient lockers to pick up their materials. In addition, CSU, CUS+, and ICC give students free materials available for borrowing. The Library...

Campus Notes 10/12

Campus Notes 10/12

Tania Ortiz, Editor-in-Chief October 26, 2021

Foundation board welcomes new chairs, three new directors | CSUSM News Center The Cal State San Marcos Foundation Board welcomed two directors into new leadership roles and three new directors during...

President Neufeldt gave her third annual Report to Community address on Sept. 30.

President Neufeldt envisions CSUSM to become a leader in social mobility in third annual address

Tania Ortiz, Editor-in-Chief October 6, 2021

CSUSM President Ellen Neufedlt introduced the CSUSM’s new institutional strategic plan to highlight the university’s power and potential to become a first-choice school for first-generation and future...

All CSUSM are eligible to receive food and groceries from the Cougar Pantry.

Cougar Pantry finds a new home on campus

Kristin Bergmann, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

The Cougar Pantry moved to a spacious new location on campus, located in Commons 104, adjacent to the bookstore. The Cougar Pantry is a project led by ASI in effort to combat food insecurity on campus....

CSUSM Housing welcomed students back to the UVA and QUAD residential areas before the start of the fall semester.

CSUSM housing welcomed 1,500 residents to the UVA and QUAD for the academic year

Kinsey Canez, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

COVID-19 left classrooms empty, made students endure awkward zoom meeting exits and left rooms vacant at CSUSM’s UVA and the QUAD as most students opted for a semester at home to complete classes virtually...

The Clery report covers crimes on campus, areas adjacent to the university and in or on non-campus buildings owned by CSUSM.

Clery report indicates decrease in reported crimes on campus

Tania Ortiz, Editor-in-Chief September 27, 2021

CSUSM’s annual security report (ASR) revealed that 2020 showed an overall decrease due to campus closures caused by COVID-19 in reported crimes except for burglary, which showed a slight increase. Reported...

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