By Shamce Ahmad |Staff Writer| Eureka Burger, an establishment located in downtown Redlands, brings new avenues to freshly made burgers at affordable prices for college students who want a little more than just McDonalds. The restaurant is known for their expertise in both craft burgers and beers. Their menu also carries a myriad of other dishes ranging from fresh appetizers to mouth-watering entrees and desserts. The eatery has a certain buzz in the air that gives it quite a unique environment that is embraced by the employees in a welcoming and family-friendly way. Eureka Burger has been in business for six years, starting up in 2009. It takes it's name from the dominant … [Read more...] about Eureka! A burger joint
By Shamce Ahmad |Staff Writer| Creative Lighting Displays have taken the festivities of Halloween to the next level with their extravagant home light-show set to a myriad of Halloween tunes and themes. The corner of Deercreek Drive in Riverside, was a busy one this Halloween season thanks to the work of Kevin Judd and his team. The show incorporates a bevy of LED light strips running along the frames of the front of the house and also designed in the shape of spooky Halloween themed faces. Two large television screens and large sets of speakers provide the crowd with an idea of what’s going on in the show exactly. The annual show ran from Thursday through Sunday nights for the … [Read more...] about Halloween Night Lights
By Michael Isberto |Features Editor| CSUSB has joined the water conservation efforts by holding a water conservation garden workshop on May 19 and May 21 at the John M. Pfau Library. Water conservation is a widely discussed topic, especially as California is in the midst of a drought. There are many entities that sponsored the two-day event, including the Inland Empire Resource Conservation District, the city of San Bernardino Water Department, the CSUSB Water Resources Institute and the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District. Many of these water conservation agencies have seen the state of California suffer its worst times. California has seen … [Read more...] about Conservation garden embraces drought
By Michael Isberto |Features Editor| CSUSB’s plans for renovation this summer have caught the attention of students and faculty alike. Plans to build a new parking lot, renovation of the Pfau Library, and the expansion of the Santos Manuel Student Union (SMSU) are welcomed by many at CSUSB. With these plans they are also looking for specific additional changes that most consider should be standard. Many students and faculty believe that beautification and superficial changes to the campus are dispensable, but the idea of safety and security is essential. “A university should put the safety and security of its students, staff and faculty, first,” … [Read more...] about Campus concerns for staff and students
By Gregory Gammill |Staff Writer| Coyote golfer Taylor Hood earned a spot to play in the NCAA West/South Central Regional invitational. The tournament took place from May 2 to May 4 and was held in Las Cruces at the New Mexico State University (NMSU) golf course for three days. This tournament featured 108 of the best golf players from all over the United States in division 2 golf for the NCAA Championship. The top three players from this tournament would be entered into the individual qualifiers for the NCAA Championship in the upcoming weeks. The NCAA Championship will kick off its championship week on May 17 and continue through May 21 at Denver Green Valley Ranch in … [Read more...] about Hood represents Coyotes in NCAA regional invitational
By Arthur Medrano |Staff Writer| Artists Scott Hove and Baker's Son present Break Bread in Los Angeles' downtown fashion district. This fun, cake-themed gallery housed six chambers with over 9000 square feet of sculptures, an ice cream truck, and a coffee lounge to quench your thirst on this unique experience. Having never gone to an art gallery myself, I wasn't sure what to expect. The entrance was difficult to find due to its staircase entrance, which was occupied with a make-shift hat shop leading into the second story warehouse. At the end of the stairway, I could already see the first exhibit of a canopy bed decorated with flowers. This hole in the wall gallery, owned by Think … [Read more...] about Break Bread art gallery opens in L.A.
By Mireya Rodriguez |Staff Writer| Crying is a universal expression for conveying feelings, but it is not accepted by all. “Crying is a natural emotional response to certain feelings, usually sadness and hurt. But then people cry under other circumstances and occasions,” said Doctor Stephen Sideroff, a psychologist at Santa Monica-- University of California Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital. Sideroff also said, “people cry in response to something of beauty. There, I use the word ‘melting’. They are letting go of their guard, their defenses, tapping into a place deep inside themselves.” While we normally have basal tears in our eyes to keep them lubricated, we also create three … [Read more...] about Big girls don’t cry
By Nicholas Whitt |Staff Writer| Coyotes, the 50th anniversary is here and the school is definitely giving us a lot of love, celebrating our past, transforming our future. The Commons got an overhaul, making it look like part of an actual restaurant. New items were also added to the menu: freshly cut sushi that’s prepared right in front of you, deli sandwiches that can come in many assorted breads or tortilla, the new double cheese burger, and let’s not forget the new Coca-Cola freestyle machine that gives you the ability to finish off your meal with a beverage of your own creation. The student union is open and a lot friendlier on the eyes since the remodeling. It’s been … [Read more...] about Celebrating 50 years of CSUSB
By Emmanuel Gutierrez |Features Editor| As an escape from digital chat rooms and flaming, cyber-space forums, two pens dangled before a massive cloth inscribed with "America is" in crimson paint, offering students a platform to express their national sentiments for others to see. As of writing, the Coyote Chronicle is unaware of the club, class, or persons responsible for hanging up the interactive mural. Regardless of that information, Coyotes have willingly participated in what may be a social experiment to gauge and analyse the responses or behaviours of participants. "It's interesting. People from different races, backgrounds, and creeds have different things to say. It's not … [Read more...] about America is . . .
By Emmanuel Gutierrez |Features Editor| Critically acclaimed author of "Los Angeles Diaries: A Memoir", screenwriter, and mentor James Brown is a beloved English professor at CSUSB. One day, a student called, gushing over her favorite professor's literary accomplishments, the disheartening details of his youth, the awe-inspiring road of self-betterment he walks today, and the humble, generous man she appreciates every day when she walks into class. Brown's considering retirement soon, and in effort to hopefully persuade him to stay longer so she may enroll in his master's program, she requested an exposé on the man. Suffice to say, the Coyote Chronicle immediately folded at the … [Read more...] about James Brown — Professor Profile