By Dalal Museitef |Asst. Features Editor| Lengthy layers, Doc Marten boots and patterned pants are swarming the halls of CSUSB in this year’s Spring fashion trends. At times, implementing bright colors into your wardrobe can make or break your outfit unless you’ve mastered it with confidence and correctness. What most people should incorporate in their style is the phrase, “less is more.” Enough with heels that hurt way too much to wear or as some may say, “beauty is pain”, the spiked hair that’s as hard as a rock and has no movement, the tight jeans that constrain your every movement, or the “messy” hair bun that takes weeks to perfect and ends up resembling a nest. You can … [Read more...] about “Less is more” when it comes to CSUSB student’s Spring fashion
By Lynn Post |Staff Writer| The US Post Office wanted to stop Saturday delivery, but thankfully the US Congress said forget it. Packages are a commodity and must continue to be delivered despite the new reality that more and more people are communicating using new technologies like the Internet and the cell phone. Fed Ex and UPS still handle package delivery, but 83.8 million packages went through the US Postal Service in 2012, and one of them could have been yours. Currently if you purchase books through Barnes and Nobel or Amazon your package will be delivered through UPS, but that may change. Congress became a savior to the 40 percent of people who receive packages through … [Read more...] about Yay for Saturday mail!