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Kristin Bergmann

Kristin Bergmann, Staff Writer

Kristin is a third-year Communication major and a staff writer for the Cougar Chronicle. Before transferring to CSUSM, she studied Journalism in Berlin, Germany for 1.5 years. After graduation she wants to work as a reporter or show host in either television or radio. In her free time, she likes writing for her blog, spending time with friends and reading. Besides writing, she’s very passionate about fashion and traveling.

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From Gaslamp to Spain: Spanish culture & cuisine at Cafe Sevilla

April 6, 2022

If you like Spanish culture, music and cuisine, look no further. Cafe Sevilla on 5th Ave in Downtown San Diego opened in 1987, bringing the Spanish lifestyle to Gaslamp Quarter. The restaurant offers...

Self-care 101: learn how to prioritize your mental health

March 8, 2022

In all honesty: the past two years were among the worst years of my life. I have always been an anxious person, but the pandemic fueled my anxiety and dragged me into a downwards-spiral. Especially in...

Mask stations are set up throughout campus to ensure the safety of students

CSUSM will maintain its mandatory masking requirement as state mandate expires

February 24, 2022

Despite the statewide mask mandate ending, CSUSM’s Campus Communications department informed students that the campus-wide indoor mask mandate will remain in place until further notice. According...

The third season of You is available to stream on Netflix.

Entertainment Rundown

December 3, 2021

Kristin Bergmann  Movie: Spencer Released on Nov. 5, Spencer follows the story of Princess Diana’s struggles with her family, a pending divorce, and her mental health. Kristen Stewart portrays...

Students have faced many struggles with mental health during the pandemic.

COVID-19 has taken its toll on the campus community

November 10, 2021

Symptoms of anxiety or depression have gone up by 30 percent  in the U.S. during the Covid-19 pandemic. According to KFF, four in 10 adults have reported symptoms linked to anxiety or depression in January,...

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

Cougar Pantry finds a new home on campus

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 students and faculty gear up for a new semester on campus

September 15, 2021

CSUSM officially welcomed students and faculty back on campus for the fall semester on Aug. 30. According to the Office of the Registrar, 16,723 students enrolled at CSUSM this fall semester, In comparison,...

Virtual vs. in-person learning: Across the Atlantic and back

September 15, 2021

For the Spring 2020 semester, I was an international student at CSUSM. I came here from Germany to experience the ultimate college experience: a big campus, exciting events and parties on the weekend....

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