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The Cougar Chronicle

The independent student news site of San Marcos, California

The Cougar Chronicle

The independent student news site of San Marcos, California

The Cougar Chronicle

Sayna Nassertorabi

Sayna Nassertorabi, A&E Editor

Sayna Nassertorabi is a third-year Political Science major. It is her second year at the Cougar Chronicle and she is the Arts and Entertainment section editor. After graduating from CSUSM Sayna is planning to go to law school. In her downtime, she likes spending time with her family, reading, and watching movies.

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Bringing Back Intermission

Sayna Nassertorabi, Opinions Editor April 8, 2023

Recently, I have been in the mood to watch old movies. Even though most of them have normal running time, there are quite a few of them that are double the time of a regular movie. One of my favorite...

Need for better public transportation options for students

Sayna Nassertorabi, Opinions Editor February 19, 2023

When the topic of school transportation comes up there is a lot to be said. School transportation has been an issue for a very long time specially in public schools and universities. Among these issues...

Rise in gas price is an opportunity for environmental change

Rise in gas price is an opportunity for environmental change

Sayna Nassertorabi, Opinion Editor April 20, 2022

It is no surprise that since the war between Russia and Ukraine started, the United States has seen a big jump in gas prices. Prices are double what they were 18 months ago. They are up 20 percent since...

Russias movements have put many nations on alert, including the United States

USA doesn’t have time for war

Sayna Nassertorabi, Opinion Editor February 24, 2022

Russia and the United States have had an unstable relationship for decades, evident throughout the cold war, however, was there ever an end to the coldness? Just when the world thought that their 2022...

Cowboy Bebop reimagines the well-known anime to live action storytelling.

Netflix adaptation of Cowboy Bebop stays true to storyline

Sayna Nassertorabi, Staff Writer December 8, 2021

This review contains spoilers During the past few weeks there have been some new releases on Netflix, among them is the live action version of the beloved anime Cowboy Bebop. If you are not familiar...

Five Thanksgiving shows and films to watch

Five Thanksgiving shows and films to watch

Sayna Nassertorabi, Staff Writer December 3, 2021

With Thanksgiving coming up, many people are trying to make this year’s festivities extra special by going back to celebrating the holiday  the pre-pandemic way. Those looking for entertainment this...

Maid is a touching series about a single-mother going through the trials and tribulations of life.

Netflix’s original series Maid looks into familial complications

Sayna Nassertorabi, Staff Writer November 10, 2021

This review contains spoilers. Many people have been talking about newly-released series on Netflix. One of those series that have been on the top ten list for a while now is Maid. Maid is a limited-series...

Universities attempt to create a safe environment against COVID with vaccine mandates.

CSUSM vaccine mandate helps keep campus community safe

Sayna Nassertorabi, Staff Writer October 26, 2021

Almost every university that opened their campus  during the COVID-19 pandemic  has some sort of a mandate in place to keep the students and faculty safe. CSUSM has taken a huge step to keep the students...

California voters to participate in recall election during on-going pandemic

Sayna Nassertorabi, Staff Writer September 15, 2021

Ballots have already been sent out to registered voters in California for Governor Newsom’s recall election. To some this may come as a surprise since it happens to take place during a pandemic. Which...

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