The fifteenth academic year of California State University San Marcos.
University Archives in the CSUSM Library
This first issue of the fall semester (Vol. 12, No. 1) features stories on Discount Campus Books, President Karen Haynes' plans for her first full year as president, back to school tips, and a feature on filmmaker Michael Moore.
Vol. 12, No. 2, notes the campus' 15th anniversary, increase in the CSU budget, Cruisin' Grand, class crashers, and an interview with language professor Karla Ontiveros.
Coverage of the cancellation of Michael Moore's lecture, convenience fee for student registration by credit card, Casino Night, and health services pricing on birth control.
Vol. 12, No. 4 continues coverage on Michael Moore's cancellation, debate between College Republicans and Progressive Activist Network, budget supplement, Professor Alyssa Sepinwall receiving the President's Award for Innovative teaching, and…
Vol. 13, No.  was handwritten by staff to get published due to office move. This issue reports on protests surrounding the cancellation of Michael Moore's presentation, recycling recognition, and interview with Dr. Gerardo Gonzales, the…
Vol. 12, No. 6 reports on ticket sales for Michael Moore's lecture, building issues at University Village, construction of the College of Business building, and alumni Jason Hinkle's documentary on his life.
This issue (Vol. 12, No. 7) informs readers about potential reinstatement of selective service, the possible closure of the Early Learning Center due to lack of funding, voter registration, and an update on Michael Moore's lecture.
The paper reports on Michael Moore's lecture and scholarship as well as related protest, a rain-soaked job fair, Relay for life held on campus, and reaction to the presidential debates. This is Vol. 12, No. 8.
Vol, 12, No. 9 announces the Early Learning Center referendum passes, proposition debates on campus, the celebration to start the College of Business construction, and profiles of faculty Veronica Anover, Reuben Mekenye, Moses Reya Ochanji and…
Vol. 12. No. 10 includes stories on political debates, racial profiling, cancellation of Pow Wow, Richard Sulpizio in "The Executive's Chair", Study Abroad, and Jam Control, CSUSM's hip hop dance team.
Vol. 12, No. 11 covers a forum on the campus police, the 15th anniversary celebration, election events and watching, parking lot flooding, the Wang Family Award for teaching, tand he naming of the campus mascot (Crash).
Featured stories in Vol. 12, No. 12 include a protest over President Haynes' non-attendance at the campus police forum, financial aid difficulties, peace rally, recycling, and low use of the Clarke Field House gym.
President Haynes meets in an open forum with students on campus policing, reporters check the statistics on campus arrests, student giving during the holidays and AIDS awareness.
Vol. 12, No, 14 reports on the campus police forums, the Library Reading Room space, benefit for injured student, President Haynes in the classroom, upcoming whiteness forum, creative T-shirt making, and an interview with Campus Coffee owner, Tim…
Vol. 3, No. 1 covers the retirement announcement of Robert Schultheis, campus police chief and the new Library exhibit on Commodore Perry and Japan as well as provides tips for the new semester.
Vol. 13, No. 2 reports on vandalism in Academic Hall, Black History Month activities, the joint doctorate in Education with UCSD and SDSU, the Clarke Field House, and local food options.
This issue (Vol. 13, No. 3) reports on President Karen Haynes' report to the community, construction by University Hall, military servicemembers lost in Iraq, campus crime, and Mensa.
Parking, Discount Campus Books, a new mobile campus command post, and an exploding light fixture are on the front page of Vol. 13, No. 4. The investigation of the allegation of racial profiling by campus police makes this issue as well.
Vol. 13, No. 5 includes an interview with the student at the center of the racial profiling incident, issues with advising services, Valentine's Day activities, student health, Black History month fashion show, and food services.
Vol. 13, No. 6 covers alcohol awareness training coming to campus, voting on a student sports fee, "state of the campus" address by President Haynes, budget cuts, and an explanation of GEL. Also covered is the VUSD Transition Team working with…
Vol. 13, No. 7 informs the campus on upcoming changes to the Dome, Wellness and Women's History Month events, ASI elections and candidate statements, and a response to prior article on the student sports fee on the ballot.
This issue (Vol. 13, No. 8) includes reporting on Iraq veterans' forum, campus visit by Donna Frye, wellness events, and the status of NCAA membership.
Vol. 13, No. 9 reports on Donna Frye's visit to campus, campus police participation in DUI checkpoints, ASI candidate platforms, fraternity fundraising, and spring break suggestions.
This post-spring break issue reports on the ASI election results, the Academic Freedom Forum, Oaxacan culture exhibit, rock climbing, and the disappeared women of Juarez.
The Cesar Chavez celebration, CSUSM's win in recyclemania, RAD rape prevention training, ASI protest, and environmental concerns are top stories in this week's paper (Vol. 13, No. 11). Additional stories cover eating disorders and the annual job…
No. 12 of Vol. 13 showcases Recyclemania, diversity events, library assistance during finals, Computer Competency Requirement, and Earth Day.
Articles in Vol. 13, No. 13 cover the Michael Moore scholarship, blood drive, tuition protests, teacher career fair, and filmmaker and alumnus Jason Hinkle.
Vol. 13, No. 14 provides information on commencement preparations, the report from the Task Force on Campus Policing, and a study on student suicide prevention. Also included is an article on evaluating instructors and a list of all graduates.