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Sonya Vargas

Sonya Vargas, Staff Writer

Sonya Vargas is a staff writer for The Cougar Chronicle. She is currently in her final semester of her undergraduate as a social science major with a minor in psychology. She aims to serve underprivileged youth and families in the future and continue writing. In her spare time, she enjoys being in nature, getting creative and enjoying the simple things. 
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Carly Slack will miss all the experiences she has been through at CSUSM. Being involved in athletics, studying abroad and being a part of the business program brought her some of the best opportunities.

Life After Graduation: Q&A with Carly Slack

May 19, 2021

Carly Slack is a graduating senior from CSUSM’s softball team earning her degree in business.  She mentions how much being a CSUSM athlete has helped her grow and develop as an individual as she...

 CSUSM Arts & Lectures series hosted local poets to share their work.

REVIEW: San Diego poets unite to share their work

April 14, 2021

CSUSM held a virtual spoken word event, “Poets’ History of San Diego Spoken Word,” hosted by CSUSM’s own professor of ethnic studies Jason Perez, on April 8.  Perez was joined by poet and CSUSM...

[Video] VIDEO: Places to study on and off CSUSM

March 5, 2021

Check out a roundup of some of the best spots to study on and off campus.

The library’s exhibit on the pandemic hopes to capture and document this historical moment for future generations.

CSUSM library unveils exhibit to document pandemic

March 5, 2021

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been collectively felt on a global scale. Throughout San Diego County, various archivists have been putting together materials from a communal perspective to...

Club spotlight: Feminists Unite offers a safe space for discussion and activism

Club spotlight: Feminists Unite offers a safe space for discussion and activism

February 21, 2021

As we enter nearly a year since campus has shut down, student organizations can be a great place for students to get their voice heard and discuss topics that they are passionate about, while also easing...

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