Tag Archives: ethnicity

Deconstructing the Types

By Sierra Marrero | Assistant Community Editor Stereotypes—a method to categorize people, can not only used to diminish an individuals self worth but also causes a division from ones own culture….

Racial Ambiguity

By Erendy Torres |Staff Writer| Have you ever been asked, “What are you?” Have you ever wondered about someone’s mysterious ethnic background? There are times we cannot pinpoint someone’s race…

President Morales honored for diversity

By Joel Cruz |Staff Writer| CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales was presented with a special resolution by the Association of Latino Faculty, Staff and Students in support of his commitment to…

PR – Spring- News Week 7 Black Students Falling Behind

By Cherae Hunt |Staff Writer| Black college students are less likely to graduate with a bachelor’s degree than any other ethnicity, according to The State of Higher Education in California…

Campus shows great diversity

By Ivanna Carlos |Staff Writer| Diversity can lead to creativity and CSUSB has plenty of it. In today’s environment, diversity plays a big part. According to the CSUSB website, our campus has the…