Two award-winning photojournalists who mentor and speak all over the world, Nick Ut, 1973 Pulitzer Prize Winner, and Raul Roa, LA Times Community News, spoke to 100 students, staff, and faculty on October 9, 2018, at noon. Nick Ut shared the incredible story of his time photographing the Vietnam War and how it continues to impact his life. Ut's iconic 1972 Vietnam War photo of 9-year-old Kim Phuc, "Napalm Girl," significantly influenced public opinion on the war and won him the Pulitzer Prize, but his work did not end there. Ut has been a photographer for the Associated Press for over 51 years where he frequently collaborates with Raul Roa at the LA Times community news. Together, … [Read more...] about Pulitzer Prize winner shares his story of the “Napalm Girl”
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
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!
Issues discussed on May 8 at the Faculty Senate meeting have been circulating for the past couple weeks. … [Read more...] about Discord at the Faculty Senate meeting
On April 4, the California Faculty Association organized a rally at Gov. Jerry Brown's mansion in Sacramento with a primary goal of increasing financial support for the CSU system. "Faculty, students and everyone who cares about public higher education really needs to be concerned about what's happening to the California State University which we call the people's university," said CFA President Jennifer Eagan. Those behind the rally feel that the state funding for the CSU system is inadequate and they are not being invested in properly. The CSU schools were created to allow all students that could meet the requirements an opportunity to get a higher education. With over 30,000 … [Read more...] about CSU Rally at the Captiol
Some students spent their Valentines Day evening at the Open Mic sponsored by Pacific Review, the English Department and professor Chad Sweeny. THROUGH THE COUNTRY OF MY MOTHER By Stephanie Segura i inherited beginnings where the sun devotes itself to native soil my exterior reflects shadows on the other side of the moon generations before me tormented by war by xenophobia racism sexism foundations of a wall bounded between hell and home hell is home hell is the misconception imagining me in a room of death the Glass Ceiling dripping with remains of my murky mango skin blue rain bleeds in the privacy of my eyes in the face of dark … [Read more...] about Students express themselves at Open Mic Night
The recent increase in mass shootings in the U.S. has millions of people worried about personal safety and looking for the cause of this terrible problem. Perhaps the easiest place to lay the blame is on poor gun control legislation. However, there are multiple things to consider when analyzing violent crimes like mass murders. Keeping firearms out of the hands of potential murderers is important. However, it is unconstitutional to deprive law-abiding citizens their right to defend themselves, their families and their communities. States have individual laws when it comes to gun control. Some are strict, others are lenient and each has their own relating crime … [Read more...] about Keyword is legally
CSUSB associate professor Ece Algan is one of the 713 initial supporters of the new petition for boycotting the Turkish education system, which is starting get some traction. The document is circulating within education organizations worldwide advocating for the academic groups to freeze collaboration with Turkish higher education establishments that conform to the demands of the government. Algan has a doctorate in mass communication from Ohio University. She is part of a worldwide initiative dedicated to ending the conflict in Turkey between the Turkish state and the Kurdish insurgencies in southeast Turkey. Q: How would you describe your research in Turkey? A: My research is … [Read more...] about Professor Algan: ‘He accused us of aiding with the terrorists’