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?
By Jocelyn Colbert |Staff Writer| On Dec. 18, 2014, a brand new MyCoyote portal was launched at CSUSB. E-mails notifying the campus community about the revamped program were sent out before the launch. “The university has begun the process of planning for a complete redesign of the csusb.edu website. The process will take 18-24 months, will be pursued in phases, resulting in a complete redesign of the website that will be dynamic, user-friendly and focused on prospective students, parents and community constituents,” said Samuel Sudhakar, vice resident and chief information officer at CSUSB. Due to aging equipment and older technologies, MyCoyote has migrated to a newer platform … [Read more...] about Students respond to MyCoyote changes