Latin Night is just around the corner, as it will be taking place on Friday, Nov. 17 at the Santos Manuel Student Union (SMSU) Lobby and Events Center, where everyone is invited to dance the night away to Latin music. "It brings the Latino culture and a lot of people get excited about it," said Programming Student Assistant for Program Board Destiny Lara Benzor. Program Board works with different organizations on campus and is dedicated to promote a sense of community at CSUSB through free, exciting, and entertaining events. It is well known for their annually dances they host such Latin Night, sponsered by the Latinx Center and Sigma Lambda Beta. "Latin Night started about five … [Read more...] about Latin Night is Here!
Coordinated by the Office of Student Engagement, CSUSB had its annual Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 21, as a way to bring students, alumni, staff and community members together to celebrate what it is like to be a Coyote. “The purpose of Homecoming is celebration,” said Alumni Engagement Coordinator, Crystal Wymer-Lucero. Wymer-Lucero says the event is significant because it brings together everybody and it is also a tradition.“We’re here to celebrate what it means to be a coyote and honor everything we’ve done over the last years,” said Wymer-Lucero.This year's homecoming celebration had over 1,000 members of the Coyote Family.The day was commenced with the Homecoming Bash, which took … [Read more...] about Homecoming Celebrations
By Jason Samp |Staff Writer| The San Bernardino County Fair wrapped up this weekend at the fairgrounds in Victorville, after offering rides, food, art, animals, vendors and performers. Although the fair is small in comparison to the Orange County Fair or Los Angeles County Fair, it offered many of the same attractions and even other activities that are not experienced at the larger venues. "It's nice not having to fight through crowds or really wait in any lines while you are here," said fair goer Leonel Perez.The fair had more of a small town feeling to it that was more personal and intimate than the large scale fairs in Southern California. During the daylight hours, the … [Read more...] about San Bernardino County Fair
By Erika Aguilar |Staff Writer| CSUSB is celebrating its fifth Homecoming and its second Bash, previously known as the Kick off on Oct. 17-22. To commence this week, on Monday, the Spirit Storm , coordinated by Student Engagement, will be taking place at the Library Walkaway and Jack Brown Hall. “I think it’s great that they plan an event like this. Seeing the CSUSB community get together and have these fun activities on campus will get more people to see how great this campus is,” stated student Sandra Gonzalez. "I encourage students to attend the events since it is a great opportunity to meet people with same interests such as same major and could help build connections … [Read more...] about The ins and outs of Homecoming!
By Kaila Morales |Staff Writer| Since baseball season has officially begun, it is time to get those ball caps on and head to a game. CSUSB is known to be a commuter school, so for the students who commute from the High Desert, there is plenty of baseball in their city. The High Desert Maverick’s are a high A minor league professional baseball team that is affiliated with the Texas Rangers. The Maverick’s stadium is located in the middle of the Mojave Desert in the city of Adelanto. The stadium opened on April 23, 1991. Heritage Field is a city-owned $6.5 million dollar facility, but has recently been viewed as a burden to Adelanto city officials. The city made an attempt to … [Read more...] about High Desert Mavs provide fun for High Desert students
By Brittany Crow |Staff Writer| Holiday breaks mean different things to different students. For some, it means no school, but to others, it means vacations, trips, fun, and spending time with family and friends. The holiday break couldn’t have come any sooner, but many of us are wanting to enjoy ourselves during the break, without emptying our wallets. Our Student Recreation and Fitness Center on campus provides activities for students to go on like snow trips during the winter. The trips to look into would be the one-day Snow Valley Snowboarding trip in our very own San Bernardino Mountains, which will be held on Dec. 8, 15, and 18. Snowshoe Hike is to be held on Dec. 23 … [Read more...] about Winter break can’t come soon enough for students
By Dawnika Lopez |Staff Writer| Whether you are child, or an busy college student you are never too old to dress up. CSUSB students give their fun insights about costumes for this Halloween. “I’m going to be Tarzan this Halloween. The most annoying costume to me would be Scream. When I was younger I’ll see so many Scream costumes, but I think the fox costume will be overdone. I can’t lie, I’m looking forward to those inappropriate adult costumes and the ladies taking it up a notch, "said junior Filiberto Quintero Junior Stephanie Woodward said, “Personally, I think the horrifying costumes annoy me, but I’m can’t wait to see the hilarious costumes. This Halloween I am going to be … [Read more...] about Coyote Watch: Halloween costumes
By Alyssa Gradias |Staff Writer| Not sure what to wear this fall? It’s time to break down what’s in and what’s out! This year’s fall trends vary from textures and patterns to simple pairings of leathers and over-sized sweaters. Fashion magazines, such as Cosmopolitan and Vogue, are filled with runway-inspired outfits. Some of these features include eye-catching outerwear, leopard prints, hat accessories, leathers and layering. Bold furs and sweaters make eye-catching statements. According to Cosmopolitan, making some simple pairings with a fur vest and leather pants is the perfect pairing for fall. It makes a statement without trying too hard. Accessorize your look with some fall … [Read more...] about Good-bye Summer, hello fall
By Priscilla Arvizu |Staff Writer| Snow White's appearance is looking a lot different from out-of-the-coffin with the new face lift, off the-shoulder gown and added eye-liner. Translation: Disney Princesses definitely got their glam on. Disney has just announced adding sweet, independent Merida from the movie "Brave," to the Princess Royal Court. She is the first to be added from a Pixar film. Merida is notorious for her wild, red mane and her remarkable skills with a bow and arrow. However, Disney is ready to change that wild, red mane to tamed sexy red locks and makeup for an added touch. According to blog Oh No They Didn't, "When it comes to the cartoon marketing images … [Read more...] about Disney Princesses get a modern look
By Priscilla Arvizu |Staff Writer| The upbeat and amusing sounds of Vampire Weekend's new album may make you dance! The American indie rock band, from New York City, has come up with their third album Modern Vampires of the City, and will be released on XL on May 14 in the U.S. "When I first heard the band name Vampire Weekend I envisioned a gothic type of band. Their name contradicts with the sounds of their fun giddy music," said student Lynette Reyes Modern Vampires of the City marks the full peak of Vampire Weekend's talent, while sounding and feeling quite unlike anything they never have in the past. Lead vocalist and guitarist, Ezra Koenig, has defined the upcoming album … [Read more...] about Vampire Weekend plays off their goofiness with third album