The eleventh academic year of California State University San Marcos.
University Archives in the CSUSM Library
Vol. 8, No. 1 covers the new "stack parking", the first Guelaguetza festival held at CSUSM, campus safety, new CoBA Dean Moustafa, dealing with stress and WASC re-accreditation.
Vol. 8, No. 2 covers new student email system, Welcome Week, the continuing construction on the Twin Oaks Valley bridge, women's soccer, political activism and the perennial topics: food and parking.
Vol. 8, No. 3 reports on the continued physical growth of the campus, Evers Laptop Scholarship, the Academic Hall clock, political issues and an interview with interim VP Pat Worden.
Vol. 8, No. 4 reports on stack parking, student union referendum vote, the lowering of graduation requirements, health fair, and campus budget.
Vol. 8, No. 5 includes stories on faculty workload grievance, student algae discovery in local lagoon, infrastructure growth, the Barahona Center, student life, lack of athletic facilities, and on campus vendors.
Vol. 8, No. 6 covers LGBQT CSUSM experiences, interviews new Dean of Students Jonathan Poullard, local sites of interest such as Jack's Pond, Cougar Cross Country, and upcoming propositions.
Vol. 8, No. 7 includes reporting on the Pow Wow, blood drive, Inter-Club Committee, Chancellor Charles Reed's visit, national and local political issues, cross country and women's golf wins.
Vol. 8. No. 8 reports on grading curves, Student Union fee approved, faculty workload grievances, ant infestation, interview with staffer Corky Lee, campus light pollution and cell phone dangers.
Vol. 8, no.9 feature stories include the Second Child Trot to benefit the ASI Early Learning Center, the move of the campus free speech location, graduate fair, high school visits to campus, an interview with Stephen Garcia, Vice-President of Finance…
Vol. 8, No. 10 is a special political edition as well as covering Dan Guillou, CSUSM student and paralympic athelete, Arts and Sciences buildings construction, Day of the Dead customs, and student applicants to a NASA project.
Vol. 8, No.11 features local candidates' visit, global warming research, breast cancer awareness, Veteran's Day, and a memorial to Denise A. Vasseur, psychology graduate student.
Vol. 8. No. 12 covers the aftermath of the 2000 presidential election, campus shuttle service, local student Paralympic participant, and the anniversary of the Berlin Wall removal.
Vol. 8, No. 6 (note: this edition is misidentified as No. 6, it should be No. 13 of Volume 8) reports on disability awareness training, student safety, the meningitis vaccine, politics after the hanging chad, and how to start a campus club.
Vol. 8. No. 14 includes stories on "confrontational evangelicals" on campus, the CAPI Program for high school students, Japanese Culture Day, stress management, the Craven Hall mural, and the Writing Center.
Vol. 8, No. 5 (note: this edition is misidentified as No. 5, it should be No. 15 of Volume 8) examines the American Language and Culture Institute, holiday traditions, the debut of Pride Radio, and memorializes Helene Clarke, campus donor and…
Vol. 8, No. 16 includes stories on student housing, debunking the prison architect myth, Craven Hall renovation, the donation of Congressman Ronald Packard's papers, the return of stack parking, and call for help following the Escondido Humane…
Vol. 8, No. 17 interviews a CSUSM student and granddaughter of Cesar Chavez, the lack of student housing during transition to dorms, "V-Day" against violence, calls for carpooling. On page 6 are the results of a survey on whether the Cesar Chavez…
Vol. 8, No. 18 reports on Oceanside Mayor Terry Johnson as keynote to the Black History Month breakfast, parking expansion of Lot E, faculty and student research into agricultural workers' health, and the first National TRIO Day celebration at CSUSM.…
Vol. 8, No. 19 covers Black History Month celebrations, energy conservation on campus, year round schooling and new fee structure, club fundraising week, and the Writing Center.
Vol. 8, No. 20 published articles on Women's History Month activities, the death of a CSUSM staffer's son, year-round operations, an interview with Tim Bills, new Dean of Students, Professor Rosario Diaz-Greenberg's experience of the El Salvador…
Vol. 8, No. 21 features include recent school shootings, a look at the recreation fee and upcoming Cesar Chavez celebration plans.
Vol. 8, No. 22 reports on disaster and emergency preparedness, the opening of the National Latino Research Center, graduation tips, fee hike at the Early Learning Center, and the Harry Brakebill Distinguished Professor winner, Dr. Susie Cassell.
Topics covered in the Vol. 8, No. 23 issue include a story on one student's experience with the withdrawal policy, a lecture by Sara Spearling on sexuality to campus Greek organizations, new sidewalks increasing accessbility, upcoming ASI elections,…
Vol. 8, No. 24 covers the first Cesar Chavez "Day of Learning" and more on Cesar Chavez, course offering at Southwest Riverside location, attempted suicide by a non-student on campus, tax preparation information, and the visit sponsored by the…
Vol. 8, No. 25 includes coverage on the upcoming ASI elections and future of online voting system, student poetry reading, year-round operations begin and the local Western Spadefoot toad found on campus. The faculty union calls for explanation of an…
Rain postpones Preview Day Springfest, student research winners announced, Cesar Chavez celebration, CSU approves the College of Business building to move forward, students hold Bible marathon, and April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Also in…
Vol. 8, No. 27 reports on the ASI candidate forum, job fair, faculty contract negotiations, library building groundbreaking, local protests regarding the Free Trade of the Americas Agreement, and a beach clean up led by the Environmental Club.
Vol. 8, No. 28 includes reporting on Springfest and Caribbean Festival activities, ASI election results, Cinco de Mayo celebration, campus water tank construction, and presentation by the Chiapas Media Project.
Vol. 8, No. 29 features reporting on student leadership and community service award events, campus K-12 outreach, local building growth, and Professor Fredi Avalos C'-DeBaca's trip to Mexico City in support of Zapatista political activities.
Vol. 8, No. 30 reports on the move of Commencement to off-campus sites, MEChA conference, CSUSM students' visit to NASA, and lectures by Holocaust survivor. Also covered are opinions on the egg donor advertisements run in the paper, plagiarism, and…
Vol. 8, No. 30 (mis-numbered issue, should be issue no. 31 of Vol. 8) features a story about Henry Rodriguez ("Uncle Henry"), Luiseño elder receiving an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from CSUSM at Commencement. Other stories include a call for…