By Erica Wong |Foreign Corresponding| As the temperatures dropped, everyone was taking advantage of the time off from school to travel and prepare for the holidays. Everyone except for me. I found myself sad and unmotivated—unable to get out of bed to do little more than shower and make ramen. I stopped answering phone calls and I found myself sleeping around 18 hours a day, but I still felt exhausted. This went on for almost three long weeks. The melancholy of the long winter days is something that affects us all, but it hits some people harder than others. Seasonal affective disorder, appropriately abbreviated as SAD, is depression that’s related to changes in seasons. It … [Read more...] about Cold winter days got you feeling SAD?
By Luz Hernandez |Staff Writer| A 38-year-old Cal State San Bernardino graduate student was shot and killed by campus police on Dec. 8. Bartholomew Williams died during an altercation with campus police, just after the CSUSB Commencement Ceremonies. The tragedy has left students, faculty and staff at CSUSB in shock. University officials have been holding open forums for members of our university community to express their sentiments and concerns regarding the shooting. They began having these forums in December shortly after the tragedy occurred. The goal of these forums is to keep an open line of communication between the university community and university officials regarding the … [Read more...] about December 8th 2012 Shooting of Bartholomew Williams