By Gregory Gammill |Staff Writer| The disbandment of our Coyote Tennis team left the window open for a club to establish themselves around the sport of tennis. Pack Tennis Club is hosted by students who seek for new and returning members for the sport. The club offers new and experienced tennis players an opportunity to improve their game by training and competing with fellow Coyotes. Information gathered from the club's Facebook page has indicated there are 14 members currently. Susan Proakatok is the president of the club at CSUSB. “Tennis experience isn't required; the club is for all students, regardless of experience. Some of our members can teach tennis, too," said … [Read more...] about Tennis Club.
By: Elle Carlos | Staff Writer | Iron Max 1/18/16 A 5-year-old superhero made his Marvel debut as "Iron Max" in the Iron Man comic book. When Max Levy had a metal plate inserted in his chest to assist his battle against hemophilia, he quickly realized, "I'm Iron Man!," according to an article on nbc.news.com. Marvel writers got wind of the story when #IronMax appeared on social media. Along with the Iron Max comic, his photo and story were featured in the back, with hopes to inspire children everywhere who are battling a disease. Space Fashion 1/15/16 Virgin Galactic partnered with Adidas' Y-3 designer to create fashionable spacesuits. Following … [Read more...] about News Briefs
By Amanda Mendoza |staff writer| Did you know the CSUSB Recreational Sports Center holds many sports clubs on campus? Being a member of a sports club means your are participating in a recreational sports program that holds practices, travels to other schools to compete, and represent the sports club department and CSUSB. The sports clubs program seeks to boost the excitement and competition students desire regarding sports that the school may not otherwise offer for students not involved with official athletic teams. All clubs are held on campus every quarter. These clubs consist of: mixed martial arts, Coyote soccer (men’s soccer), Coyote FC (women’s soccer), Coyote running, … [Read more...] about Get active and join a sports club in the fall
By Amy Cutillo |Staff Writer| The Rec Center is kicking into gear and wants you to help make fellow Coyotes aware of the campus Sports Clubs and all they have to offer. The Sports Clubs are an organized group of clubs on campus, much like the Chess Club or the Chemistry Club. They are student run and collect dues. Unlike the other organized clubs on campus, these clubs take place in the arena of active sports. In other words, there’s way more action and less talk. Our campus currently offers only three sports clubs: mixed martial arts, co-ed tennis and wrestling. The Rec Center helps to manage these clubs by finding places to practice, making reservations and by helping to pay … [Read more...] about Sports Clubs make their way onto campus
By Carmen Herrera |Asst. A&E Editor| Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley may not be sailing on any voyages across the Atlantic, but that doesn't mean they’re not taking the indie scene by storm. The husband and wife duo known as Tennis have released their anticipated sophomore album, Young & Old. The Denver couple met as philosophy majors in college and would later embark on a 7-month voyage at sea that inspired them to write and produce their own music. Known for covering the surf-pop genre similar to that of the Beach Boys, Tennis’ new album does not shy away from the music that made them indie’s newest sensation. Upon listening to the album, songs such as "Traveling" and … [Read more...] about Settle into smooth sounds with Tennis