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Kinsey Canez

Kinsey Canez, Managing Editor

Kinsey Canez is a senior at CSUSM and serves as the managing editor of the Cougar Chronicle. She enjoys rom-coms, cooking, and the smell of sunscreen.

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New campus cafe and housing to open in Fall 2022

New campus cafe and housing to open in Fall 2022

March 29, 2022

Hungry campus diners have limited choices: Crash’s Cafe, Panda Express, World of Wings, Caliente, Get Fresh (all at the USU) and a Starbucks at the library. This is going to change. Last month,...

Entertainment Rundown 3/30

Entertainment Rundown 3/30

March 29, 2022

TV Show: The Dropout by Kinsey Canez Elizabeth Holmes built a company valued at $9 billion around one idea: making it so people don’t have to say goodbye to loved ones sooner than they have to....

Academic Advisors adapt to the new normal after pandemic

March 8, 2022

The Academic Advising office at CSUSM has two front desks: one in Microsoft Teams and one on-campus in Craven Hall. David McMartin, the Director of the Office of Academic Advising, attributes this to student...

Entertainment Rundown 2/24

Entertainment Rundown 2/24

February 24, 2022

T.V. Show: Abbott Elementary by Kinsey Canez This new sit-com series follows a group of teachers at an underfunded public elementary school in Philadelphia. The lives of the school’s educators...

The team behind campus-wide communications

The team behind campus-wide communications

February 22, 2022

Christine Vaughan and her University Communications colleagues spend their time talking to students and the rest of the campus community. Their trick is finding a balance among targets, content and...

Coach Jimenez reflects on being a coach during the pandemic.

Women’s basketball coach excited to be back

December 7, 2021

Last year, Renee Jimenez met with her women’s basketball team only via Zoom to discuss everything from binge TV to emerging social justice issues.  In an interview with the CSUSM coach last week,...

CSUSM celebrates faculty who are retiring at the end of the term.

CSUSM holds event for departing faculty and staff

December 7, 2021

The Office of Human Resources hosted a farewell event for departing CSUSM staff and faculty on  Dec. 2 in the USU Ballroom.  According to the Office of Human Resources, “we had about 60 faculty...

CSUSM students have many suspicions surrounding the Cesar Chavez statue and believe that it brings good luck if you rub the book Chavez is holding.

[Photo] Statues, seals and superstitions on the CSUSM campus

December 3, 2021

CSUSM students have many suspicions surrounding the Cesar Chavez statue and believe that it brings good luck if you rub the book Chavez is holding.

“Edith!” is available on Apple Podcasts.

Entertainment Rundown

November 2, 2021

Podcast: “Edith!” by Kinsey Canez President Woodrow Wilson suffered a stroke in 1919, leaving some to believe that his wife, Edith Wilson, took over Presidential responsibilities that once came...

Star Crossed is Musgraves’ sophomore album.

Entertainment Rundown 10/12

October 26, 2021

Album: Star-Crossed by Brittany Stroffolino Kacey Musgraves crosses from solely country to country-pop in her newly released album Star-Crossed. Everyone has experienced a difficult love scene filled...

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

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...

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