Captain America might not typically be the first thing that comes to mind when discussing matters of psychology and mental health, but that's not to say it's entirely off the table. "Superhero therapy is utilizing pop culture and superheroes to relate to clients as a mental health provider," explained Travis Adams a Marine Corps. A veteran who served for 9.5 years, who has taken his love of pop-culture, and a Masters Degree in Social Work and combined them to benefit veterans. When asked about how superhero therapy works he was able to give some insight on why it can benefit veterans. "Being able to understand an individual isn't alone in handling a situation or issue that they … [Read more...] about Superhero Therapy…Captain America say what?
On April 8, the International Market event was being held for the third year at CSUSB in front of the library lawn. Majority of the students view this event as a great opportunity to learn and explore other nationalities, meet new people, and get a chance to buy from the variety of vendors. The international market event was organized by the Center for Global Management in the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration. There were different vendors displaying a variety of products for sale on the library lawn. One vendor was selling purses and each purse was designed in a unique way, while other vendors were selling items such as t-shirts, bracelets, rings, … [Read more...] about International Market
An attempted armed robbery took place at April 9 at about noon in parking lot C at CSUSB. The two suspects pulled up to the two victims in a white sedan, and the passenger exited the sedan and demanded that the victims hand over their belongings at gunpoint. The two victims fled across the street to the apartments on the other side of Northpark. The two suspects then fled the scene in their white sedan. The first suspect, the passenger who got out of the car to try to rob the two victims with the handgun, was identified as a white adult male with a medium build in his early twenties and about six feet tall. He was also said to have short brown hair and facial hair. The second … [Read more...] about Attempted armed robbery on campus
A letter to my Queen: Cherie Caston-Newt.. The greatest thing that a mother can give her child is love. Throughout my entire relationship with my mom, she has rooted for me and encouraged me to be the best man that I can be. She is truly the inspiration behind all of my life aspirations. When I think of the perfect woman, one woman comes to mind: my mother. My mom raised me into the man who I am today and I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for her. Since childhood, I’ve seen my mother fight through the obstacles of being a black woman. Even today, she continues with the resilience to keep going. She has never given up on me and I aim to show her day in and day out that nothing will keep … [Read more...] about Chronicle series: Women of Invisible Empire 3
Are you enjoying the gloomy days and free car washes? It is no understatement to say this winter has been one of the rainiest and coldest seasons in recent years. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, the consistent rain has almost eliminated California drought conditions, with over 67 percent of the state free of any level of dryness. Drought-free conditions is something to be happy about, but what about the negative effects from this drenched winter? Driving through San Bernardino is similar to driving in a video game, with a sudden twist and turns avoiding potholes and the damage the will bring to your car. This winter, driving in the area has become more challenging as … [Read more...] about Rain, Rain Go Away
Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art (RAFMA) new art exhibit consist of a solo show for the Lebanese American Artist Rabbia Sukkarieh and a group show for Korean Artists displayed in the backspace. "DARKEVENTWHITEHORIZON" the solo show by Artist Rabbia Sukkarieh first presented as people walked in, with drawings and a wall sculpture, creating a sense of being different and unique. Her sculptures were huge, made completely out of wool and were displayed in the smaller space to the left, while her very large paintings were displayed in the middle of the exhibit and were very detailed and intertwined with color and darkness at the same time. “DARKEVENTWHITEHORIZON is about the … [Read more...] about RAFFMA reopens with Lebanese American and Korean Artists
Love has different meanings to people, but many can agree it has an impact it has on us. Personal strength can be rooted from some kind of love or support a person gets. Love can be fuel for empowerment and social justice. Dr. Cornel West, a respected professor, philosopher, activist and author of 20 books, emphasized the beauty and significance of love in his discourse on social justice during A Conversation with Dr. Cornel West, a forum hosted by Associated Students Incorporated at Coussoulis Arena on Jan. 25 Dr. West explained that love is the key to social justice, freedom and democracy. He started out by explaining how his love from and for his parents made him who he is. He … [Read more...] about ASI Welcomes Dr. Cornel West to CSUSB
For the first game of the weekend, the Cal State San Bernardino men's basketball team fell to San Francisco State University 81-72. The SFSU gators scored 43 points in the second half thanks to Jiday Ugbaja’s 31 points. In an important home game the coyotes were looking to avenge an earlier season 80-76 loss at SFSU. To start, the Coyotes fell into an early 19-11 hole, but went on a 23-5 run that was fueled by a Justice green dunk. The Coyotes ended the half up 41-38 thanks to defensive pressure and three point shots. The second half was a different story where the team was limited to 31 points and struggled defensively. The coyotes gave up 12 three pointers, on a night … [Read more...] about Men’s basketball go 1-1 over the weekend
San Bernardino Humane Society hosts an annual fundraiser that includes photos with Santa for owners and pets. … [Read more...] about Slideshow: San Bernardino Humane Society Hosts Annual Fundraiser
If you are a student who qualifies, here is an amazing opportunity to get paid for doing what you love and applying your skills in a journalistic setting. Click on the name of the position to see more details and to apply: Graphic Designer Videojournalist Multimedia Assistant Web Editor Distribution Manager Community Features Reporter Sports Editor Copy Editor What is the Coyote Chronicle? It's a CSUSB student newspaper. Coyote Chronicle has been the independent student voice of California State University, San Bernardino since 1965. Our … [Read more...] about Apply for paid positions now!