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Brian Gallegos

Brian Gallegos, Photography/Graphic Design Intern

Brian Gallegos is a photography/graphic design intern for The Cougar Chronicle. He is currently a senior at CSUSM as a visual performing arts & tech major. After college, Brian hopes to work in the video game industry working on character designs and concept art. He loves to watch a vast array of different types of movies and shows but his favorite is The Office.
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With the pandemic still going on, not every course is offered in person for the fall semester.

[Photo] Limited amount of in-person fall classes may disappoint students, but CSUSM is making the right call to prioritize safety

May 10, 2021

With the pandemic still going on, not every course is offered in person for the fall semester.

[Video] VIDEO: Cougar Showcase Ep. 5: John McAndrew

April 27, 2021

CSUSM student John McAndrew talks about his passion for collecting records (he currently has over 1,200). Brian Gallegos is a photography/graphic design intern for The Cougar Chronicle. He is currently...

Increasing the amount of aid given by federal Pell Grants will help relieve students from their financial burdens.

[Photo] Doubling Pell Grants may provide financial relief for low-income students

April 18, 2021

Increasing the amount of aid given by federal Pell Grants will help relieve students from their financial burdens.

CSUSM Recreation gives students a way to participate in their favorite sports games and connect to other students through eports.

[Photo] Campus Rec offers students virtual esports experience

March 13, 2021

CSUSM Recreation gives students a way to participate in their favorite sports games and connect to other students through eports.

Photo by Brian Gallegos, graphic by Carolyn Cheng

[Photo] Campus Notes (3/8/21)

March 8, 2021

Photo by Brian Gallegos, graphic by Carolyn Cheng

Grocery store employees deserve to have hero pay for working throughout the pandemic.

[Photo] Grocery workers deserve hero pay for working in hazardous conditions

March 6, 2021

Grocery store employees deserve to have hero pay for working throughout the pandemic.

While CSUSM has been mainly virtual since March 2020, enrollment has stayed steady.

[Photo] CSUSM enrollment stays at normal levels despite pandemic

March 6, 2021

While CSUSM has been mainly virtual since March 2020, enrollment has stayed steady.

Paola Ochoa works in her family-owned restaurant while also starting her own small business making custom chocolate covered strawberries.

[Photo] Student inspired by family restaurant

February 27, 2021

Paola Ochoa works in her family-owned restaurant while also starting her own small business making custom chocolate covered strawberries.

[Video] VIDEO: CSUSM opens vaccine supersite

February 23, 2021

CSUSM opened a vaccine supersite on Jan. 31. Read the written story here.

Dr. Godfrey Gibbison, the Dean of Extended Learning, talks about his goals and plans to help students succeed through the Extended Learning program at CSUSM. (Photo courtesy of the CSUSM Extended Learning website)

Cougar of the Week: Q&A with Dean of Extended Learning Dr. Godfrey Gibbison

February 21, 2021

Dr. Godfrey Gibbison is the newly appointed Dean of Extended Learning at CSUSM. This interview with Dr. Gibbison has been edited for length and clarity. What drew you to work at CSUSM in this position? First...

People wait in line to get a COVID-19 vaccine at the CSUSM Sports Center on Jan. 31.

[Photo] Vaccine supersite opens at CSUSM

February 11, 2021

People wait in line to get a COVID-19 vaccine at the CSUSM Sports Center on Jan. 31.

The Academic Senate voted to expand the credit/no credit (CR/NC) grading option for the 2020-2021 academic year.

[Photo] Academic Senate alters credit/no credit policy

February 9, 2021

The Academic Senate voted to expand the credit/no credit (CR/NC) grading option for the 2020-2021 academic year.

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