Hispanic Heritage is a month to celebrate family traditions, customs, fiestas and much more. It also means enjoying delicious food! Being Mexican-American, I love spiciness in my food even at breakfast time - yes that's right breakfast! My mother would cook huevos rancheros for my father after a hangover, or when she was feeling like he needed some spiciness to wake him up. I would never pay attention to how she would make them, since I did not like them when I was younger, but now they are the best for me. I can have them every morning. Not to mention, they are my husband's favorite as well. It is a very simple breakfast to make - preparation time is around 10-20 minutes - and I … [Read more...] about Huevos rancheros recipe to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
By Yera Nanan |Staff Writer| Nothing is more satisfying than a nutritious meal before tackling the day. When dealing with strenuous classes, making it to places on time and extra-curricular activities— college students may find that making time for breakfast can be difficult. Even if a student decides to have something for breakfast in the morning, it's more than likely something with little to no nutritional value. "Things like Pop-Tarts that will have genetically modified ingredients, synthetic sugars and all the things that cause inflammation in the body," said Licensed Nutritionist Lisa Fiore. Breakfast foods like Pop-Tarts, sugary cereals and other pre-packaged market … [Read more...] about Healthy breakfast makes a healthy student
By Crystal Norman |Staff Writer| Approximately 400 Inland Empire Residents, CSUSB staff, students and committee members gathered in the Events Center on Feb. 26 to honor past, present and future African American graduates at the at the 4th Annual Pioneer Breakfast. The purpose of the event was to pay tribute to the life and legacy of past pioneers and to encourage present students, according to the Pioneer Breakfast Chairperson and Facilities Coordinator, Anthony J. Roberson. “A pioneer is an individual that made an impact at CSUSB by demonstrating a passion for students, exemplifying a commitment to California State San Bernardino University, professionalism, and … [Read more...] about Pioneer Breakfast honors CSUSB’s first black students
By Rona Ortiz |Staff Writer| While many are enamored with Starbucks and its customizable drink offerings, many budget conscious students think it’s just too pricey. College students comprise 40 percent of daily coffee drinkers, but the numbers are dropping. “Among those ages 18 to 24, 41 percent said they drank coffee daily, down from 50 percent in 2012. Young adults also greatly reduced their daily intake of non-gourmet traditional coffee, dropping to 17 percent from 27 percent last year,” according to a study conducted by the National Coffee Association. Many students are on a budget and want alternatives to the popular coffee chain. McDonald’s, Dunkin’ Donuts and … [Read more...] about Starbucks coffee versus other brands: Is there a difference?
By Mary Grace Moreno |Staff Writer| AMC's Breaking Bad took its final bow after five seasons on Sunday, Sept. 29. Breaking Bad was created by Vince Gilligan and stars Bryan Cranston as the protagonist Walter White, taking place in Albuquerque, New Mexico and follows Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher turned meth lord. Five CSUSB students lament on the lose of their favorite show. CSUSB President of the Society for Student Filmmakers Adam Ghossein said he would miss, " the incredible storytelling and the chemistry, the writers were always able to keep the audience on the edge of their seats." "As a former science major, I still have a lot of knowledge about … [Read more...] about All bad things come to an end