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Chase Spear

Chase Spear, Assistant News Editor

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This banner hangs above the entrance doors of Kellogg Library to commemorate the 15 years it has been open.

Students and faculty celebrate Kellogg Library’s 15 years of service

May 8, 2019

Spring 2019 marks 15 years since Kellogg Library opened its doors to students at CSUSM.   A celebratory event was hosted by Library Dean Jennifer Fabbi, librarian service specialist Rosa Conrad...

Hope and wellness center intern poses for a photo on April 9.

New student organization combats sexual assault

April 25, 2019

Last January, It’s On Us officially became a student organization on campus, designed to prevent and spread awareness of sexual assault.   It’s On Us had a table set up outside the USU on...

Kellogg Library celebrates 15 years of service

April 25, 2019

Spring 2019 marks 15 years since Kellogg Library opened its doors to students at CSUSM.   Multiple booths were set up in Kellogg Plaza on Tuesday, April 23 to celebrate the library’s 15th...

ASI candidates discuss goals with students

March 25, 2019

With ASI student elections around the corner, students had the opportunity to engage with various candidates to hear their goals.   ASI Meet the Candidates was an event hosted in the USU dining...

Global Competency Fair announces new certification

Global Competency Fair announces new certification

March 25, 2019

Students interested in becoming more aware of global events and cultures now have the opportunity to do so with the introduction of the Global Competency Certificate.   The Global Commitment...

Speaking of Democracy discusses impact of social media

March 16, 2019

Students had the opportunity to debate amongst themselves on whether social media has helped or harmed the foundations of democracy.   The American Democracy Project at CSUSM hosted their annual...

Film reflects Japanese American internment on Day of Remembrance

March 16, 2019

Students watched archival footage revealing thousands of Japanese Americans being forcibly removed from their homes and transported to internment camps in the desert.   The Cross-Cultural Center...

Organization Fair provides student involvement

February 20, 2019

Around 350 students attended the Student Organization Fair to become involved in the various clubs on campus.   On Tuesday, Feb. 5, a total of 84 student organizations and clubs ranging from...

Welcome back event shares Hawaiian culture

February 5, 2019

CSUSM Campus Recreation and the Cross-Cultural Center hosted Welcome Back Luau, a Tukwut Life event where students gathered to enjoy a night of dancing and Hawaiian cuisine. Sonya Starr-McLin, pro staff...

Speaking of Democracy discusses executive power

December 7, 2018

On Nov. 29, the American Democracy Project at CSUSM hosted an academic panel  called, “Speaking of Democracy” in the USU, which allowed students and community members to discuss the role of presidential...

Let’s agree to disagree, the state of U.S. politics

November 30, 2018

When one turns on the television to watch the nightly news, political drama and controversy tend to dominate the headlines.   Scandals and social justice continue to be the face of U.S. politics,...

Veterans Center hold seminar to aid student veterans

November 30, 2018

On Nov. 16, the CSUSM Veterans Center hosted a seminar known as the Vet Net Ally Program, which is designed to help faculty raise awareness about the needs of military veterans attending CSUSM.   The...

Guest speakers during the careers in social justice event at the career center on Nov.8.

Social justice panel provides its expertise

November 30, 2018

On Nov. 8, the Career Center hosted a discussion panel that gave students insight and information on social justice within the modern career field.   The five panelists were Kesha Dunigan,...

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