Party smarter without burning a hole in your wallet. It's possible with virtual reality concerts. A few weeks ago, Fortnite and DJ Marshmello put on a virtual reality concert in the game world. During the game, players were virtually transported to a massive arena where Marshmello gave an impromptu concert for the fans. For the first time in the mankind history, fans from all around the world were brought together at a concert venue without having to schedule or pay for any travel accommodation, all possible thanks to virtual reality technology. Virtual reality concert is the entertainment that will accommodate the needs of many people. Not only will it help music fans save … [Read more...] about Can you Party with Virtual Reality Headset?
The Inland Empire isn’t the most ideal place when taking a trip to the mountain for snow fun, but there are a lot more resorts than one might expect. The most notable mountain around the Inland Empire is Big Bear Mountain. Big bear is a beautiful city that is known for its lake and snow resorts, which offers diverse leisure activities, such as skiing and snowboarding, at various levels. Unfortunately, taking a trip to Big Bear as a student is costly. There are a few ways that can be helpful in making a trip to Big Bear Mountain more affordable. CSUSB’s Rec and Wellness Center can help students save money. The center offers snowboard and boot rentals for only $20. Compared to … [Read more...] about Trips to the mountain become more affordable for students
My grandmother is my forever inspiration for everything I do in life. She is truly the jack of all trades, being able to maintain her style, work ethic, opinions, humor and love for others. She is my inspiration because she has been through everything, and is still able to give love and receive love. She is very old-fashioned which is comforting in a fast-paced world that is being taken over by technology. My grandmother loves for my son to play outside, rather than sitting in front of the TV or tablet. She stands firm with her no phones rule while eating at the dinner table. Living in the moment is what I admire from her, everywhere she goes she takes everything in and … [Read more...] about Women of Invisible Empire: Nurse for over 30 years, Grandma for Eternity
“Because you are beautiful and smart, there will be lots of people who don’t like that, and they will show you that they don’t necessarily like that. Do you know what you’re going to do?” she asked. “You’re going to smile and wish them love…and then you’re going to keep being beautiful and smart—because that’s what you’re good at.” I was 6 years old when my mother explained this to me. It was her “haters are gonna hate” speech. It was and still is my favorite teaching by her. She’s the type of woman you want by your side when things hit the fan. This is slightly due to her ability to step up to the plate when it gets tough. As the oldest of six children, she was essentially … [Read more...] about Introducing Our New Series: Women of Invisible Empire
Inspired by the Humans of New York photojournalism series, the concept behind this project was to focus on the diversity and highlight the humanity of the different students around the campus. … [Read more...] about Catching up with humans of CSUSB before finals
Mark Ortiz, a fourth-year student, is the student assistant/lead at the Innovation Center, who sees a lot of students peek into the room curious about what goes on in the room directly from the elevator. The Innovation Center is a free place for students to go and print out mock designs of any creation they can think of. Whether it be educational models or models for personal use the innovation center is meant to be utilized for students use. "Most people just stare like a deer in headlights, but really we have a wide set of different people from different majors coming in here to network and expand your perspective on your field on groundbreaking engineering ideas," Ortiz … [Read more...] about Coyote Innovation Lab: Birth Place of Creativity
Follow CSUSB Professor Dr. Mary Fong as she reflects on her first 27 years of life through ups and downs as she embarks on cultural, intercultural, and spiritual journies in her recently published memoir, Two Heart Nuts to Crack! Her memoirs were written with her co-author, Karl, who talks about his side of the story. The book is the first of her trilogy, "Magnificent Mess Trilogy." Q: What motivated you to publish your memoir for the public? A: When I was in the 9th grade, I had this quick flash that I was going to write a book someday for a wide audience but I had no clue, I didn't think twice about it. I could remember that it was just distinct. While I was at my Ph.D. … [Read more...] about Q & A: Professor and Author Dr. Mary Fong
The Man in the Bottle is a local band that delivers upbeat music with a personal message of emotional honesty and growth. With original music written by CSUSB student Cory McCormick, the group has accomplished a lot is the little time they have been creating. McCormick, the vocalist and drummer of the band, grew up in a home surrounded by instruments and began playing when he was young. He works mostly with drums but also enjoys playing other instruments such as guitar and piano. After spending his adolescence teaching himself to play music, he began to think of it as a professional career choice in college. “I graduated high school and didn’t know what the hell I wanted to do. I … [Read more...] about The Man in the Bottle
Twenty 2 Salute is a Hard Rock band from the Inland Empire who started off as "The League" but later changed it to be more unique. The lead singer and guitarist Michael Schoon, bass player Mark Schoon, and drummer Raul Padilla known as J, performed at the Down N' Dirty Festival on the weekend of January 18th at the Adelanto Stadium in California. The two brothers have been surrounded by music their whole lives so it was given that one day this would be something they do together. "Our father was in a band growing up, he was in a rock band and he was a singer so it became our normal life to be in a band and we love music," said Mike Schoon. There were about 1,000 music … [Read more...] about Twenty 2 Salute Hits Down N’ Dirty
The remix of Luis Fonsi's Despacito stops and lights finally fill the Coussoulis Arena. As soon as the referee blows his whistle to announce the start of the game, students jump out of their seats and start chanting. Mesmerized by the volume of the chants and screams and the scene of the blue waves of fans in their CSUSB sweatshirts, kids have forgotten that they have snacks in their hands. Game day has arrived. Down on the court, there's a man dressed in CSUSB paraphernalia - blue wig, blue cape, and blue sleeves - from head to toe. His face is painted in blue and white. It's Coyote Man. For years, the crusader in his blue cape has been seen at every home game, rain or shine. … [Read more...] about Who is the Coyote Man?