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
Is your New Year's Resolution to get in shape? Here is a list of the most intense hiking trails in the area that some fellow 'yotes have hiked in the past. #1: Mt. Rubidoux in Riverside: While this trail has some steep parts, it is only 3 miles long, making hiking easy even for beginners. While walking up the trail you will see many runners, bikers and dog owners walking their furry friends. On the way up you will come across the Peace Tower which is connected to a bridge, you can walk on the bridge and take pictures on it. When you get to the top of the hill there is a stairway leading to a huge cross and when you look out into the distance you get a view of other small hills in … [Read more...] about Intense Hikes in the Area
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!
Festivals and conventions have grown in popularity over the years, catering to a variety of audiences from music junkies to comic book aficionado, there are a couple days out of the year for this audience. The city of Long Beach recently held its 3rd annual ComplexCon. Complex is a media platform for the youth and pop culture. The bi-weekly magazine covers a range of topics from music to fashion, sports, art, with an emphasis on style and hip hop. Imagine Coachella, ESPN, and an art gallery all had a baby, that is ComplexCon. This is an event that has something for everyone. Music performances by Future, T-Pain, Rae Sremmurd and many more graced the stage while Pharrell, Karen Civil, … [Read more...] about ComplexCon: A cultivation of many arts
Spooky season has come to an end and Tis' the season for the holidays. If you're a Grinch like me, hot cocoa an gingerbread cookies just aren't your cup of tea. I always went through a post-Halloween depression because it is my favorite holiday. I finally found a way to get my holiday spirit up. Simply have Halloween for Christmas! I was inspired by The Nightmare Before Christmas, my favorite classic Halloween/Christmas film. Jack Skellington, The Pumpkin King, discovers Christmas and takes his own twist that influenced me. On top of having a unique and creative holiday season, you also save money using your Halloween decor for Christmas! Here are the three essentials: … [Read more...] about Halloween for Christmas?
Oct. is the time of year when political advertising makes its way to voters by the bushel. Some political advertising is fairly transparent, however, slate mailers can be disturbingly deceptive. Slate mailers are any mailer recommending a “slate” of candidates and/or propositions for the purpose of influencing a voter recipient. Some mailers, like Election Digest and Educate Your Vote, actually solicit payments from campaigns to have their favored candidates and propositions listed on their slate, through a “pay-to-play” arrangement which is typically not apparent to voters. Dr. Thomas Corrigan, Assistant Professor of Mass Communication at California State University, San Bernardino … [Read more...] about #ShowMeYourSlate campaign to expose deceptive political mailers
Corgis popularity has risen greatly over the years with things like memes and events like Corgi Beach Day, but people who buy these dogs forget the work that comes with them and they are surrendered and left at animal shelters. Queens Best Stumpy Dog Rescue (QBSDR) is a Southern California based non-profit charity organization that focuses on rescuing and rehabilitating special needs corgis medically and through training. Rescuers work to get to know the dogs they rescue to ensure that when they are adopted, they are going to the right home. According to the QBSDR website, the primary reasons corgis are given up are due to health and behavior issues, and one common issue they have … [Read more...] about Saving low-riders, one bark at a time
The 34th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles was held with the participation of approximate over a thousand people, on Sunday, October 21st. The 10 a.m. walk lasted around two and a half hours, beginning and ending at the steps Los Angeles City Hall in Grand Park. AIDS Walk Los Angeles aims to bring awareness and fundraiser money which will go towards APLA and more than 20 other HIV service organizations. Participants from many ages united their words to bring on a message of solidarity for those with HIV and AIDS. Walkers were able to enjoy breakfast donated by Trader Joe´s, and warm up to a choreography presented before the Opening Ceremony. American Idol runner-up contestant … [Read more...] about 34th Annual AIDS Walk in Los Angeles