By Noe Ramos |Staff Writer| Students, faculty, and community members gathered to discuss "Who Are the Refugees?", a panel event focused on bringing awareness and attention to the refugee crisis. The event took place in the College of Education on Feb. 21 and was hosted by the Center of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies and sponsored by the University Diversity Committee, the Department of Communication Studies, the Mediterranean Studies Academy, and the Muslim Students Association. The key points discussed in the panel were who were the refugees, why do they come here, what are some of the challenges that they face, and how do they come the United States. The three guest … [Read more...] about Who Are the Refugees?
By Jade Shaw |Chronicle Blogger| I’m getting down to the big ohh facts here on campus. Sex: it’s a campus truth. Hell, it’s a life truth. Sex sells, doesn’t it? Let’s not kid ourselves; your curiosity for an unleashed sexual perspective led you here. Am I making you feel creepy yet? Well, take comfort in at least knowing that you’re not alone. We are all a little creepy about our sexuality. Think about it: when you walked to class this morning, weren’t you wondering if you looked presentable? Checking every time you passed your reflection? Or at least when last night’s party became this morning’s “I need a shower so people don’t throw up when they see me?” These are all subtle … [Read more...] about Made Flesh
By Edward Hewitt |Staff Writer| Social division is something that is visible to many, but addressed by few on the CSUSB campus. Think back to the first time you stepped on campus, how did you determine which individuals you would associate yourself with? Gender, race, social class, field of study and personal interest can be things that are taken into consideration when determining which individuals to associate with on campus. “It’s natural to gravitate towards people that we think we can relate too, appearance, gender and race can be a few things we look at before we approach an individual or group of individuals,” said Kameo Clyne, a CSUSB senior. “In addition to that, I … [Read more...] about Coyotes on social division