Does God exist? How do you know your entire life hasn’t been a dream? What is a mind? What makes an action right or wrong? What makes a society just? These are just some of the many fascinating questions to explore and discuss when you decide to join the Philosophy Club. Club meetings are held weekly and typically include a selection of readings from a Club Officer followed by a one-hour discussion. Depending on the subject and the interests of the students in attendance, enthusiastic members can stay for an extended discussion beyond the first hour to gain an even deeper understanding. Each meeting is completely unique and topics range from religion, space/time, veganism, gender, … [Read more...] about Bring your inner Philosopher to the club
Alexander Serrano “Playing Pokemon Go.” Esteban Rosas “Heading to Rosarito for Spring Break Papas and Beer 2018.” Christopher Fulton “Going to Texas, South Padre Island for a Music Festival.” Ashley Morris “I’m going paintballing and spending time with my family.” Collier Wakefield “I plan on spending my Spring Break in Rosarito.” Mikaylee King “I plan on hanging around with my family.” Stefanie Clay “I plan on doing a road trip with four of my closest friends and we're going to Zion and other national parks. We'll probably try to hit up the Grand Canyon as well.” Nicole Moyer "My Birthday falls during Spring … [Read more...] about Vox Pop: How Do You Plan on Spending Your Spring Break?
The typical Spring Break can include expensive, exotic locations, beautiful beaches and wild parties and is considered a rite of passage for college students, but the reality is that most students are tired and on a budget. Don’t cash in your financial aid for plane tickets just yet. Here are a few relaxing and affordable suggestions for your time off school. Get Out and Enjoy Nature. There are many benefits of spending time outdoors including reduced stress, improved concentration, renewed creativity and more mental energy. Enjoy the cooler Spring weather and go on a hike or that bike ride you’ve been thinking about. March is peak camping season in Joshua Tree National Park too. … [Read more...] about Budget Friendly Ideas for Spring Break
The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) offers helpful resources for students and a cozy place to hang out and gain support. When you enter the Santos Manuel Student Union building, you will see the giant WRC in the window as you head upstairs to room 221. The resource center is an inviting place to meet like-minded people and offers students referrals for on-campus services and local community services. Their mission statement reads, “Our purpose is to encourage women by providing services and programs which will enhance their college experience and help them actualize their fullest potential,” according to the CSUSB website. Recently, the spread of the #metoo campaign and others have … [Read more...] about Women’s Resource Center offers a cozy place to hangout
As students approach the second half of the school year, most are buried in homework and not necessarily thinking about their financial aid for the next year. This might cause some to miss out on funding to go to school. The free application for federal student aid (FAFSA) deadlines can be confusing to some students and applying can be a labyrinth of requirements and documents that makes you want to pull out your hair or toss your computer. It's no wonder that many students make the mistake of waiting until right before the FAFSA deadline to start the daunting task. The best advice is to stay on top of it to avoid any trouble with your application. Student, Annissa Fitch, has her … [Read more...] about Don’t miss out on the up coming 2018-2019 FAFSA Deadline