On Feb. 19, the faculty senate discussed the engagement of students and whether or not students are satisfied with their tenure here on campus, solutions about improving the interface of Blackboard were also apart of the discussion. As the meeting started, Karen Kolehmainen, College of Natural Sciences Representative and Chair of the Faculty Senate, presented a review of the previous meeting’s minutes. Also, other senators around the room presented updates and highlights about the respective colleges. Their focus for the meeting was the rising concern of student engagement at CSUSB, reports from the National Survey of Student Engagement, stated that student engagement has decreased … [Read more...] about Faculty Senate Meeting Introduces Concern for Student Engagement
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?