By Zhiying Xu |Staff Writer| Music, free giveaways, art walk, food, inflatables and other fun activities took place at the International Market Night on the Library's Lawn, Nov. 18 from 4p.m. - 9p.m. “We expect to make this night market as well as ‘626 night market’ and we hope it not only attracts student and staff, but also the residents of San Bernardino,” said Center for Global Management of College of Business & Public Administration Daniel Perez. 626 Night Market is one of the original and largest night markets in the United States, with over 200 food, retail, and craft vendors, plus art and musical attractions. “Students organizations will be able to sell food and beverages … [Read more...] about International Market Night
Archives for November 2016
By Saeed Villanueva |Staff Writer| A year after the San Bernardino terrorist attack, the city continues to work with the community to build awareness and ensure public safety. On Dec. 2, San Bernardino and CSUSB is partnering together to host an event called “Honor. Reflect. Rebuild,” in the Coussoulis Arena at 6 p.m., which would mark the one year anniversary of the tragic mass shooting. The terrorist attack that took the lives of 14 people while severely injuring 22 others, happened at the Inland Regional Center off of South Waterman Avenue last December. The attack was one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. soil. “Honor. Reflect. Rebuild” isn’t only an event to … [Read more...] about Building awareness in the city
By Yera Nanan |Staff Writer| The men's basketball season is underway and it's looking to be a promising one. They are one the most decorated sports franchises at the university with three NCAA regional titles, nine CCAA titles and 13 NCAA appearances. Their most recent titles in both the NCAA regional and CCAA came in the 2014 season. "We're one of the most successful programs in the CCAA for the last 20 years," said Head Coach Jeff Oliver. "We've been to three Elite 8's, two Final Four's and have won nine conference championships," continued Oliver. The last two seasons have been tough for Coach Oliver and company since they are coming off of two heavy loss … [Read more...] about Men’s basketball season underway
By Kieron Coleman |Staff Writer| "Without an adequate amount of carbohydrates and fats in your diet, your muscles will not get the energy they need to perform at optimal levels," according to livestrong.com. Athletes need more calories a day than a regular student to keep energy levels high throughout the educational part of the day and while performing on the field. Eating every couple of hours a day or an equivalent to four or five meals a day is recommended for most athletes when competing in season. This allows the body to meet its requirements that allow it to perform at its highest potential. By doing this, it also allows you to consume the proper amount of nutrients … [Read more...] about How to: Athletes appetites
By Erika Aguilar |Staff Writer| 11/20 San Bernardino Police Seek Man Who Kidnapped Woman Police are investigating a carjacking and kidnapping of a woman that begun at the St. Bernardino's Medical Center parking lot. After finishing her shift at the medical center, the woman was approached by a man who was carrying a knife and forced her to get inside the car with him, according to authorities. The suspect then dropped off the woman at IHOP in Rancho Cucamonga with no injuries and police were able to find her car yet it is unclear weather the suspect was arrested. Man Falls While Hanging Christmas Lights A 51-year-old Victorville resident man fell from his roof Sunday … [Read more...] about CC Briefs
By Josh Adamson |Staff Writer| I am celebrating CSUSB's imminent switch over from quarters to semesters. The change cannot happen soon enough. The quarter system is an archaic, compressive and needlessly dense approach to the organization of higher education. Quarters represent a dying way of scheduling the academic year. Only 14.7 percent of universities use the quarter system, while 71.2 percent use semesters, according to an article by Inside Higher Ed. The same article also notes that the number of colleges that utilize the semester system increased from 62 percent to 70 percent between 1990 and 2001. Such findings are not surprising in light of the benefits of … [Read more...] about Quarters are going away. It’s about time.
By Kathleen Ramirez |Staff Writer| When you graduate from high school and someone asks what you want to do for the rest of your life, some people know right away, and others, like myself, are plagued by this question. I definitely took my time figuring it out. When I first started college my major was nursing and after two years into the program I decided it was not something I could see myself doing everyday. I never pictured myself as communication studies major, but here I am writing for the Coyote Chronicle and I could not be happier. Of the 1,840,000 Bachelor's degrees earned in the U.S. between 2012-2013, the majority were in the business field, according to … [Read more...] about Whats the rush to be in school?
By Geraldine Carrillo |Staff Writer| If your boyfriend was cheating on you at this very moment would you want to know, or would you rather cover your ears, eyes and mouth to keep peace in mind? "Ignorance is bliss" a phrase that people use to refrain getting hurt or avoid the simple truth. As crazy as this sounds, ignorance is one of the most common methods people use to avoid conflict or problems in their life. "When I hear 'ignorance is bliss,' I think of ignorant people that hide from the truth," said student Ana Jacobo. Although it is something that can be seen negatively to some people, avoiding the feelings of having your heart broken when being cheated on would justify … [Read more...] about Ignorance is Bliss
By Nylles Vernon | Staff Writer | This year is coming to a close and 2017 is right around the corner, which means that new video games are coming soon to keep us students entertained when we aren’t studying and writing papers. Here are a few of the upcoming games being released next year that students on campus are anticipating. “Persona 5” is set in Tokyo and revolves around a group of high school students called “Phantom Thieves”, who use powers in order to change their modern perception of life to build a better future. Computer science major and avid gamer Kim Aguilar said, “I’m excited for ‘Persona 5’ since studying the Japanese language here at school I’ve … [Read more...] about New year brings new games
By Spencer Reifel |staff writer| The person who introduced us to the magical world is back at work. Well-known author of the Harry Potter Saga, J. K. Rowling, released “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.” This is the first of a trilogy written by Rowling under the fictional characters, Newt Scamander. “Fantastic Beasts,” published in 2001, a mock textbook. The trilogy is a prequel to the Harry potter saga. Opening Nov. 18, it has already brought in 75 million in it’s first weekend. In it’s first week it has a rating of an 8.0 out of 10 on IMDb, and a 75 percent rating on rotten tomato. This action filled family oriented sci-fi fiction … [Read more...] about The wonderful world of wizardry