CSUSB's Second Year Mentoring Program was renamed to Lead, Innovate, Network, and Know (LINK) Program at the end of Fall 2019. The program continues to serve with a new focus on becoming more inclusive and providing extensive help and guidance to the student body. “This program first started as a second year mentoring, but we felt that everyone can benefit from what LINK has to offer," CSUSB Alumna and University of Redlands graduate student, Carolina Meza, said. "Therefore, we extended our services to more than just the second year. The student mentoring program on campus does a great job in serving freshman, so we increased our population to serve transfer and continuing CSUSB … [Read more...] about LINK program hopes to help transfer and continuing students
By Nicholas Whitt |Staff Writer| Gender equality is a necessity in today's society, and all forms of entertainment should follow this—especially video games. Recently, video game companies joined the movement for fair gender representation, but have they truly? Female lead characters in video games have become a trend lately with the release of "Assassin's Creed Syndicate," the sequel "Rise of the Tomb Raider," and now the introduction to Linkle — Link's (from "The Legend of Zelda franchise) female counterpart. Are video game companies doing this for profit or because they genuinely want a female presence in their product? Wait, sounds like that might be the money train coming … [Read more...] about Do video companies really care about gender equality?