Ever wondered what your purpose in life was? Or what force of energy makes our heart beat? Better yet, perhaps why different people go through different struggles and challenges in life. In order for us to know that a dream is a dream, we first have to wake up, and within those dreams, we sometimes gain some wisdom or an innate intuition of knowing that there was something about that dream. What if we too are in a dream? But we call it life, and once we die or transition, that is when we truly wake up. Earth is but a school for us humans to learn more about ourselves. “There needs to be contrast in order for us to understand the opposite, sometimes we grow up in a dysfunctional or … [Read more...] about Why did you come to Earth school?
Elon Musk presented plans for SpaceX to begin colonizing Mars using a fleet of BFRs, a codename for Big F*****g Rocket, to transport humans and supplies from Earth. His plan is to lead mankind into becoming an interplanetary species by establishing a sustainable city on Mars in hopes to preserve humanity in the event of an extinction scale scenario on Earth. "It's probably somewhere between 40 to 100 years to achieve a fully self-sustaining civilization on Mars," said Musk. This civilization will consist of one million people. Musk wants the move to Mars to be affordable for most people at $200,000 per person. Though this is still a lot of money, the estimated cost now to transport … [Read more...] about SpaceX Plans for Colonizing Mars
By Rona Ortiz |Staff Writer| The debate over global warming and climate change is experiencing a cooling trend among college students and Americans overall. In fact, Americans ranked the issue of global warming last on a list of environmental concerns in a March poll, according to Gallup. The jury is still out. While the scientists are busy creating new computer models to predict the earth’s demise, we can all go back to polluting the earth right? Wrong. We are still responsible for maintaining a healthy planet. Sixty percent of 18 to 29 year olds say environmental protection should be a priority, according to Gallup. College students are likely to get on board when they … [Read more...] about Keep a healthy planet
By Dawnika Lopez |Staff Writer| CSUSB celebrates environmental health with an annual EcoFest on Oct. 18, proving that respecting the earth can be fun. This event was full of positive vibes, making new friends, new memories, and protecting our beautiful planet. According to event coordinator Tess Webster-Henry, EcoFest gives people a better understanding of impacts on our environment, the importance of sustainability. EcoFest showcased solutions to environmental issues that confront our society. The festival is pushed to promote the idea, "one person can make a difference." Protecting the environment and Earth sustainability is important to keep the world alive and be mindful what … [Read more...] about Eco-Friendly at EcoFest
By Lupe Duran |Staff Writer| What did you do on Earth Day and why do you feel it’s necessary to get involved on this day? Earth Day, celebrated April 22, a day where everyone comes together to do their small part and make a big difference on the planet we call home. Four CSUSB students shared their stance on Earth Day and showed there’s many ways to do your part, reminding us that we should remember to take care of the Earth not just on this one day but every day. (Tiffiny Gaston, Senior) “This Earth Day, I attempted to decrease the amount of energy I used. I turned my television off, and other electrical appliances. I also used the stairs instead of taking the … [Read more...] about Coyote Watch: Students celebrate Earth Day by expressing concern for the planet