by Chris Johnson | Staff Writer | Dr. Conrad Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter of pop superstar Michael Jackson last November. With this charge, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor sentenced Murray to the maximum of four years in prison. Does Murray deserve harsher punishment for caring for Jackson in an illegal matter eventually resulting in the King of Pop’s death? Some would argue so stemming from the questionable care and gross negligence on Murray’s part that was revealed during the trial, but I feel that the punishment is just. Lots of people want to point the finger at Murray being that he was the personal doctor, not to mention the … [Read more...] about Conrad Murray: was the punishment just?
Archives for December 2011
By Kyla Cook |News Editor| CSUSB’s Women’s Volleyball team was in the biggest fight of the season taking on the four-time national champions, Concordia-St. Paul, but ultimately met defeat at the hands of their bitter rival yet again. However, the atmosphere at CSUSB's Coussoulis Arena was electric for the final, from the moment the Lady Coyotes stepped foot on the floor, fans let Concordia know whose turf they were in. San Bernardino students and fans united in a front against their rivals, where fraternities, sports teams and academics alike met in the stands to cheer on the team. Faces and bodies were painted and the crowd was roared with “Let’s go Yotes,” and “Our … [Read more...] about Spirited CSUSB runner-up to rival Concordia in NCAA Volleyball