Contact

Whether you want to let us know how we are doing, are interested in working with us, or just want to know more you are always able to contact us.

By Phone: 909.537.5289

By E-mail: Mariam.Betlemidze@csusb.edu

By Mail: California State University, San Bernardino 5500 University Parkway, San Bernardino, CA 92407-2393

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS):

1. Can I write for the Coyote Chronicle?

-Yes! If you are a student on campus, you can enroll in the Communications 243A practicum class, which is our base for staff writers. We suggest taking Comm 240 before enrolling so that you better understand news style writing, but it is not required. If you are not a student, but are faculty, employee,  one of our dear readers, or a student who is unable/unwilling to take Comm 243A you can submit articles to the Chronicle by contacting our Executive Editor via e-mail at coyoteexecutiveeditor@gmail.com. All submitted stories, or letters to the editor will be reviewed by the editorial staff and the Chronicle has no obligation to print submitted material. The Chronicle reserves the right to edit or reject all materials submitted to the paper.

2. Can I take photos for the Chronicle?

-Yes! We have staff photographers and our writers also shoot their own photos, so perhaps you want to join the class? See above answer. If you still want to take photos outside of the Comm 243A class then contact our Photo Editor at coyotephotoeditor@gmail.com. All submitted photos, or art will be reviewed by the editorial staff and the Chronicle has no obligation to print submitted material. The Chronicle reserves the right to edit or reject all materials submitted to the paper.

3. Can I draw cartoons for the Chronicle?

-Yes, we can work out arrangements for those seeking to draw political cartoons or funnies by contacting our Administrative Assistant Linda Sand at lsand@csusb.edu.

4. I want to advertise with the Chronicle or place a classified.

-Wonderful, please visit our advertising page.

5. I want an older issue or to be able to view an older article, beyond what is archived on this site.

– Please visit our archives page , and follow the instructions about requesting older content.