Journalism Club attends Professional Journalism Convention

By Christian Mosqueda Staff Writer On Dec. 2, the Society of Independent Student Journalists attended Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) JournCamp in Las Vegas, where more than 50 students and professionals came together to network and gain insight on new and evolving methods in the media industry. The camp showed students how media is rapidly… Read More Journalism Club attends Professional Journalism Convention

PRSSA’s Public Interest Committee partners with the university to make a difference

The ” What can I do to make a difference wall” encourages students to express their views on diversity and inclusiveness. By Alyssia Gilchrist-McPherson Staff Writer The Public Interest Committee (P.I.C.) has partnered with the Department of Communications and the College of Arts & Humanities to host an interactive art installation Dec. 5 – Dec.… Read More PRSSA’s Public Interest Committee partners with the university to make a difference

Altered Objects’ puts artsy spin on everyday items

By Edgar Uriostegui Staff Writer The most recent exhibit at the University Art Gallery, “Altered Objects,” features extraordinary art inspired by ordinary objects from three L.A.-based artists. Starting on Oct. 24, the exhibit runs until Dec. 12 in LaCorte Hall, A-107. The sculptures, ceramic pieces and paintings come courtesy of Nicolas Shake, Julie Schustack and… Read More Altered Objects’ puts artsy spin on everyday items

Men’s basketball team wins, women struggle

By Joshua Cubillo Staff Writer Men vs. Stanislaus State The Toros extended their win streak and got their first CCAA victory of the season. The Men’s basketball team was victorious at home against CCAA rivals, Stanislaus State (57-42) which extended their season record to four wins, (4-2 overall). The Toros were led by senior guard… Read More Men’s basketball team wins, women struggle

Cal State tuition hike paints bleak future

STAFF EDITORIAL Once again, students attending one of the 23 CSU campuses are facing a potential tuition increase. Word of the tuition hike floated around at a CSU Board of Trustees meeting last month. However, more-official discussion on if, or possibly when it would be implemented, will not be made until January. Demonstrators from Cal… Read More Cal State tuition hike paints bleak future