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Nijat Mamtimen

Nijat Mamtimen, Staff Writer

Nijat Mamtimen is a staff writer for the Cougar Chronicle and a political science major student. He believes a good journalist should inform the public what is happening in the world, and he understands journalism is part of politics and laws. Nijat endeavors to publish short stories very soon. He loves to sing and workout.

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Men’s soccer suffered a gruesome loss against CSUSB, marking the end of their season.

Men’s soccer suffers devastating loss against Cal State San Bernardino

November 15, 2021

Cal State San Marcos – CSUSM men's soccer team lost 5-0 to Cal State San Bernardino (CSUSB) in their Season Finale on Nov. 4, at Premier Field on CSUSB's campus. The loss means the Cougars failed...

The closing ceremony included folkloric dance performances.

Hispanic Heritage Month closing ceremony celebrates Latinx culture

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...

The library lockers provide students easy access to materials.

The Kellogg Library locker brings convenient solutions to students

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...

Laurenzana dedicates herself to cross country and improving on her skills.

Athlete Spotlight: Q&A with Renee Laurenzana

September 27, 2021

Renee Laurenzana is a redshirt junior on the women’s track and field and cross-country teams, majoring in biological sciences-physiology. Laurenzana says the team is a motivation for her to train and...

CSU vaccine mandate brings new changes to CSUSM policies

September 15, 2021

California State University San Marcos has mandated vaccine and face mask policies for faculty, staff and students during the fall semester. A COVID-19 Prevention Program requires CSUSM employees, students...

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