Greece is a country known for its whitewashed buildings overlooking turquoise seas, and its rich history dating back thousands of years. It has become the perfect summer destination for all ages and prices, with many places to visit. Over summer break, my best friend and I decided to go abroad for three weeks to Europe. Neither of us had ever left the continent without our parents accompanying us, so we had to plan everything without outside influence or help. Athens International Airport is the most convenient to fly through. When searching for the cheapest airfare, try to use student websites such as Student Universe or STA Travel. These websites give special rates for college … [Read more...] about Californian’s Guide to Greece
In this generation, it’s becoming more difficult to find the person of your dreams. Most of us are searching for that perfect person we would like to be in a relationship with. We all have an idea of the person that best suits us, but why does it seem like it’s a struggle to end up with that person? There are a lot of dating apps such as Tinder, Plenty of Fish (POF), eHarmony, and Meet Me that are designed to expedite the dating process. While we have these sites that potentially help us meet our mates, people continue to have a hard time in the game of love. While, we have access to all of these sites there is no guarantee that someone will find a person that is interested in them. … [Read more...] about Why is it a Challenge to Date in this Generation?
In light of recent events, the term disaster awareness has become a frequent and urgent topic of discussion among students and our university's faculty. Disaster awareness, for our campus, concerns both natural and man-made disasters that could potentially be a threat to the well being of our community. Students on campus have weighed in on how prepared the city of San Bernardino and this college institution is. Rigo Orozco, 4th-year student, 24 years old: “The more people we have aware the better. Knowledge is the most important thing that we have. We should have gun safety training in the same way that we have sexual harassment awareness training each year. What we have is good, but … [Read more...] about Vox Pop: How Safe is our Campus?
Known for its world-famous concerts and star-studded film festivals, the Coachella Valley is a desert oasis of endless possibility. Those who choose to visit its sun-drenched cities will be captivated by the variety of sights available for tourists to admire. Follow the Coyote Chronicle as we go through a day in the Coachella Valley, exploring places and little moments not always observed by the naked eye. From morning to night, there is always something to behold. … [Read more...] about A day in the Coachella Valley (in pictures)
By Clairissa Gonzalez |Staff Writer| With finals approaching fast we're all feeling the pressure; some more than others. Here's how your sign is most likely acting during and prior to examinations week. Aries: Putting off everything until the last minute because there’s no way they can fail these exams. Heart stops immediately when they can’t fill out anything other than their name on the test itself. Taurus: Stressing the whole month prior, stashing snacks in the oddest places. Will not fully be at peace until results come in. Gemini: Not stressing, but not relaxing. Really just wants it to be summer already because they’re tired of being on campus. Cancer: Started Fall Quarter … [Read more...] about The Signs During Finals Week
By Elizabeth Taylor |Staff Writer| With almost a decade gone by and still no changes are being implemented, I feel that it is only necessary that I share with you a story that could change or even possibly save a life. Nothing can prepare oneself for the oncoming of bad news; it’s obvious the news is bad because eyes are overwhelmed with tears on the brink of explosion, the head is low and a weak voice struggling to let out the terror that haunts her. I like to think of myself as a strong woman, someone my kids can look up and be proud to call me their mom; but nothing has ever tested the strength of my will like the day my mom told me she was raped. Shock—How could this of … [Read more...] about Protect Yourself: Cautionary Tale
By Clairissa Gonzalez |Staff Writer| The CW’s newest hit show “Riverdale” has just completed it’s first season with smashing success. To celebrate, I’ve decided to compile a list of characters and the signs their personalities match. ***Note: These are not based on actual character birthdays. Aries - Veronica Lodge: Courageous and confident, Veronica is the epitome of an Aries. While she is headstrong and takes on the role of leadership quite quickly, her impulsiveness and stubbornness can be a huge downfall. Taurus - Fred Andrews: The father to one of the main characters, Archie, Fred is stubborn and caring. All he wants is the best for his son. He loves and cherishes … [Read more...] about Zodiac Signs as: Riverdale Characters
Dear You, It’s going to be okay. Life is a little crazy right now. Surprises are popping up left and right; some good, some bad, and some you still can’t sense in which direction they’re going in. Everything you thought you knew, well, that was just thrown out the window. You now how to change how you talk, how you act, or rather, react; you have to open up your heart just a little more, which is hard, but not impossible. No, nothing is ever going to be the same, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It’s going to take some getting used to. Things are going to get a little crazier in the coming weeks, months, and years. But know that it’s all going to be okay. Just … [Read more...] about Dear You….
By Emily Erwin |Contributing Writer| This news article is dedicated to anyone who has pursued a flame for too long. For all the stalkers, creepers, and dutiful white knights. This will never happen to you. After 5 years of being stalked and a violated restraining order, area woman Chelsea Ramirez has realized her ex-boyfriend Bradley Womack is the love of her life. The two began dating in 2012, but broke up after a little less than a year. "I knew I had to win her back," said Womack, "so I created multiple Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook accounts and began direct messaging her on all of them every day, creating new accounts every time she blocked me." In addition, Womack … [Read more...] about Woman Reconciles with Her Ex
By Janet Curiel |Staff Writer| The Riverside Convention Center was filled with the who’s who of San Bernardino on April 29, and I found myself wondering how I had stumbled upon the guest list at the president’s gala. The theme for the night was INSPIRE. The Board of Trustees, President Tomás Morales, along with the honored guests of the night Lou Monville & Elizabeth Sanchez-Monville were only a table away. As I sat with my fellow ASI representatives, I gazed upon the blue and silver linens that draped the table while taking in the aromatic smells of the floral centerpiece. After the dinner began the speeches from my fellow peers in ASI as well as members of the Model … [Read more...] about Dining with giants