By Christina Raney |Staff Writer| CSUSB students voiced their opinions about the attacks on Paris, the #prayforparis movement as well as the Facebook profile picture change, and CSUSB students and faculty in Paris at the time. “My opinion stems from fear that we, America, will be next. I do not want our nation attacked again by terrorist, however, I’m not closed-minded to the threat of fear and the possibility that America will be attacked by terrorists,” stated an anonymous student. Castellano added, “Why are people only praying for Paris and not any other countries? We should be praying for all the countries in the world and not just Paris. We should be praying for Mexico and … [Read more...] about #PrayForParis: Coyotes have mixed feelings
By Torilynn Qualls |Staff Writer| Student were asked to share their comments on the recent Coca Cola advertisement featuring America as a melting pot of cultures and languages. They were also asked to share their reactions to the to the feedback that was given from society on social media outlets. Christina Mendoza | Junior | Health Science major "I believe that people immigrate to our country to become American; that being said, I believe that those who are not born in America should adapt to our culture and widely used language, rather than convert America to their cultures and languages." Shiane Jacocks | Sophomore | English major "The commercial inspired me to … [Read more...] about Coyote Watch: America the beautiful?
By Marlyn Rodriguez |Staff Writer| With Martin Luther King Jr's. birthday passing us by on Wednesday, January 15, many students are getting ready for the three-day weekend, remembering the man who fought relentlessly during the Civil Rights Movement. "He has inspired me to not let anybody tell me that it's not possible to accomplish something. He has helped me be determined and find out what determination really means." -Luz Santana, Sophomore "It has taught me to accept diversity and not be judgemental to other people." -Jessica Carra, Junior "He went against the law in his protest for the benefit of other people. He was very selfless." -Gustavo Esparza, … [Read more...] about Coyote Watch: Martin Luther King Continue to inspire students
By Yeana Kim |Staff Writer| This week for our Coyote Watch segment we asked students what they think of The Harlem Shake trend, whether they believe The Harlem Shake is relevant or if they've even heard of it. Also, what is the most unique video they have seen, what stood out about it and why. Jin Hong Rui, Junior "I watched several Harlem Shake videos on Youtube and the most memorable video clips were UCLA and CSUSB Harlem Shake. First, in UCLA Harlem Shake, their behavior was unique. For example, one of them acted like [a] worm. I wonder how the students or people around the performance thought about it. Second, in CSUSB Harlem Shake, like UCLA, there was a special … [Read more...] about COYOTE WATCH: What do you have to say about “The Harlem Shake?”
By Martin Solano |Staff Writer| Coachella Music Festival's lineup is out and the show is right around the corner. This week for Coyote Watch we surveyed several students on campus and asked them a few questions about Coachella. Matt Slocum(Sophomore): "I have a lot of friends [who] go every year, [but] I’ve never been. I briefly looked over [the lineup]...it's cool; it's like really diverse. It goes from artists like 2chainz to Modest Mouse. I like the older bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, I'd like to see them.That would be cool. [The line-up] doesn't have as much hip-hop it seems like last year, it's kinda different you know?" Mayra Beltran(Freshman): "I've seen … [Read more...] about Coyote Watch: Coachella Music Festival 2013