Self-care is an essential activity that everyone should be aware of and participate in. Self-care not only helps relieve stress but also helps maintain a healthy and positive outlook on life, improves mental health and creates self-compassion. What is self-care? Self-care is the idea of taking some time to partake in an activity that encourages the care of your physical, mental and emotional health. Self-care is essential to a healthy life, especially for college students. Having a few moments to catch your breath and not think about the stress of school is key. Especially with finals coming up, many students often engage in the unhealthy habit of studying to the point where … [Read more...] about The Importance of Self-Care
Family Pact is a great program that promotes sexual health for young students in and out of our campus. Since there has been easier access to this program, there has been a considerable drop in unwanted pregnancies, abortions, and STI’s. College can be such an eventful time in a person’s life that it is very easy to be swept away in all of the fun and chaos and be exposed to factors that have the potential to affect or even inflict some type of permanent damage to their lives. It is imperative that students be aware of the resources available to them; especially since these resources, like Family Pact, are free of charge. According to CSUSB’s family pact website, “The Family PACT … [Read more...] about Family Pact: Safer Sex and Healthier Relationships in College?
On Sept.17 CSUSB faculty announced the opening of the new residence hall and dining area, Coyote Village and Coyote Commons with a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted in the courtyard of Coyote Village. The Coyote Village is the first of several residence halls that are meant to open in the future at CSUSB. These new facilities aspire to encourage a unique and positive college experience for incoming freshman and transform CSUSB into a mostly residential campus. The hall is now home to over 400 new students and features multiple living amenities for residence to enjoy. The building stands at 114,000 square feet, and includes study and recreation rooms, lounge areas, community kitchen, … [Read more...] about Coyote Village and Coyote Commons now open for Fall 2018
Last Wednesday a brush fire broke out on the southbound side of the interstate 15 freeway causing both sides of Cajon Pass to be completely closed down for the majority of the afternoon. The fire broke out sometime around 11:00 a.m. and quickly burned through about 50 acres between the freeway and Cajon Blvd. In the wake of the heavy fire season that California has already experienced, this brush fire was not taken lightly. Fire teams responded quickly and forcefully. "I saw the smoke and thought maybe a car caught on fire or something since it wasn't too big," CSUSB alumni Gloria Roberts said. "Then right above my car a giant plane shot out and dropped a wave of red stuff! That's … [Read more...] about Freeway fire impacts commuter students
On Saturday September 22, participants lined up near Oak Glen, to join in on the 5th annual Savage 5K run. Carolyn Savage is the host of the annual event and started running at 50 years old, while training with her sister for a marathon in San Diego. She wanted to host an event locally that would benefit the community without being too costly. “Could I have an event to help promote health and well-being,” said Savage as she began to organize the 5K. Savage believes that this event can benefit the community by providing a fun way to promote exercise which leads people to be happier and feel good about themselves. She wanted to make exercise more about fun and less about … [Read more...] about 5th Annual Savage Challenge
What are the job positions? If you are a student who qualifies, here is an amazing opportunity to get paid for doing what you love and learn new ways your skills apply in a journalistic setting. Click on the name of the position to see more details and to apply: Copy Editor Sports Editor Reporter/writer Videojournalist Multimedia Assistant Distribution Manager Web Editor What is 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 writers and editors are solely comprised of students of CSUSB and our stories, photographs, opinions, and other … [Read more...] about Apply for paid position now!
Chef Rosie O’Connor of Provecho Grill has hosted the first cannabis infused culinary event in Menifee. Tacos and Tokes was respectfully a private event concerning the legalities of the herb. … [Read more...] about Multimedia: Tacos & Tokes
Last week marked the 34th annual Redlands Bicycle Classic, the longest running professional cycling invitational in America. The Redlands Bicycle Classic is a series of cycling races that range from youth and citizen level racing to professional level racing. It’s hosted by the city of Redlands and their surrounding communities such as Big Bear, Highland, and Yucaipa. The event is a big deal for all the hosting communities. Residents come to watch and cheer for the races, and many even open their homes to the cyclists and their teams as a place to stay while they are in town. Every year the city of Redlands partners with almost 800 volunteers in all the participating communities to … [Read more...] about Annual Redlands Bicycle Classic
Its that time of year when Spring is so close to summer that you can feel it through every bone in your body. You dust off your bikes, stock up on SPF, maybe get that nerve to ask out the guy/girl in your biology class and go out and DO stuff. With this time of year comes the best weather but also brings all the fun activities that you and your spring romance can indulge in. These date ideas will keep you entertained for the rest of spring and maybe even summer. Whether you’re a local resident or maybe you just are living here for college, Disneyland is one of the most popular Spring destinations, and not only does it bring nostalgic memories but this year they’re bringing Disney’s … [Read more...] about Spring Fever: Love is in the Air
The first round of the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs are complete, leaving southern California's Los Angeles Kings crown-less and the Anaheim Ducks with broken wings, setting the stage for second round action. Second round match-ups in the Western Conference feature a Central Division showdown between Stanley Cup favorites, the Nashville Predators, taking on the second seeded resurgent Winnipeg Jets and the Pacific Division's Las Vegas Knights -- in their inaugural season as a franchise -- squaring off against the speedy San Jose Sharks. The Eastern Conference second round spotlights the Atlantic Division's warm weather Tampa Bay Lightning facing off against the bean town Boston Bruins and … [Read more...] about Stanley Cup Playoffs: Round Two