Tag Archives: Japan

U.S. foreign relations change and raise concerns

Cherae Hunt |Staff Writer| The United States meddling in Chinese affairs and battles may cause a war, according to a U.S. author Jim Sciutto. The South China Sea is the…

CSUSB alumnus praises Study Abroad program

By Ayumi Yoshihama |Staff Writer| There are many different countries you can choose from the Study Abroad programs at CSUSB that the World Language Department offers. One of the programs…

Remembering World War II: The Battle of Okinawa

By Ayumi Yoshihama |Staff Writer| The Battle of Okinawa occurred from March 26 to June 22, 1945 during World War II (WWII), in which more than 200,656 people died, including…

Exchange student adapts to American college culture

By Ayumi Yoshihama |Staff Writer| I am an international student from Japan, born and raised in Okinawa. I came to the United States to attend community college in Northern California…

Chronicle news briefs

by Essence Dennis |Staff Writer| Mexico legalizes Vigilantism (Jan. 27) Mexico has legalized vigilantes after they captured a cartel leader. The self-appointed group of citizens captured “four top leaders” from…