By Aaron Wolf |Staff Writer| Kayaking and snorkeling adventures are being offered by the CSUSB Recreation and Wellness Center (Rec Center) for the students that cannot stay out of the water. Trips are open to all students, faculty, staff, and members of the San Bernardino community. The trips range in price from $40 to $80. The next trip is scheduled down south in La Jolla. Kayaking along the coast will be preceded by snorkeling, swimming, and playing on the beach. La Jolla is known for its rocky cliffs and notable architecture. This trip is scheduled for May 7. The La Jolla Cove is known for its snorkeling as it is home to a diverse amount of sea life. According to … [Read more...] about Kayak and snorkel with the Rec Center
By Angelice Romero |Staff Writer| With spring break right around the corner, the only thing on students’ minds should be resting, partying, and hitting the beach. The time off is to let loose and drink away the nights before we have to come back for the next quarter. Unless you're working during that week, you should be getting ready to have an eventful and relaxing time. Some students are off to the college kid’s dream vacation with bikinis, beaches and booze. Places like Cancun, Hawaii and Palm Springs have been filled with college students since Feb. 9 and they will have a wave of students coming in until mid April. During spring break in these hot-spot destinations, … [Read more...] about Spring break plans- Get to it!
By R. Anthony Diaz |Asst. Features Editor| Ready for a breath of fresh air? Well thanks to the downturn of the economy, flights to Maui are becoming more affordable for the average Joe. Although I have always advocated against trip planning, Maui may be a place you might need some guidance for. The sophisticated and exclusive island offers not only breathtaking landscapes but shopping and many outdoor activities as well. Although the island is not as large as Hawaii, getting from location to location can take up to 90 minutes by car. The last time I was there I couldn’t decide between a convertible car or a topless jeep. Jeep is definitely the way to go, you can drive on the … [Read more...] about Diaries of a Jet Setter: A guy’s guide to getting lost in Maui