The sixteenth academic year of California State University San Marcos.
University Archives in the CSUSM Library
Vol. 14, No. 1 covers the new Citizen's Academy to improve campus/police relations, what students need to do at the beginning of the new semester, and the outlook for sports programming.
Vol. 14, No. 2 reports on a memorial for Kevin Igasaki, Director of the Language Learning Center, fundraisers for Katrina victims, Librarian Melanie Chu talks about the library and recent changes, and presentation by a "Survivor" contestant on…
This issue (Vol. 14, No. 3) observes National Hispanic Heritage Month, the progress on the CoBA building, gun locks, getting psychological help following recent student and faculty deaths, remodeled Dome food services, and fraternity fundraising.
Articles on racial profiling case, continued campus and nearby construction, renovation of Craven Hall, and Rush Week. Politics are represented in articles on voter registration and Constitution Day, and additional articles are on the new school flag…
Top stories in Vol. 14, No. 5 include the new Biotechnology major, Health Fair, death of campus benefactor W. Keith Kellogg, III, the Orientation Team (O-Team), Preview Day for prospective students and parents, call for ASI candidates, and the…
Vol. 14, No. 6 reports on a faculty tenure grievance, recycling success, Oktoberfest celebration, Proposition 73, Amnesty International, upcoming Career Fair, suicide prevention efforts, and the Writing Center.
Vol. 14, No. 7 reports on the McMahon House planning, the Lady Cougars sport dance team, the fall Masquerade Ball, American Indian Student Alliance and Katrina victims fundraisers, and alcohol awareness. "Catch Eye" profiles student Juliet Cody.
Vol. 14, No. 8 includes articles on the proposed University Hour, a Katrina Forum, upcoming blood drive, RAD workshop, alcohol awareness and campus wildlife. An announcement of the History Department's three part event on Mid-East peace.
Vol. 14, No. 9 published articles on the Lost Boys of Sudan's visit to campus, abusive relationships, a campaign for prostitution rights, Professor Jonathan Berman's showing of his documentary, "Commune", and more on the value of blood drives.
Halfway through the semester, Vol. 14, No. 10 has articles on the state of the campus report by President Haynes, the start of American Indian Heritage Month, Professor Dawn Formo wins the Brakebill Award, a turkey basket drive, promotional contest…
Vol. 14, No. 11 covers Veterans' Day celebration, a campus assault, approved tuition increase, flu pandemic, grade inflation, and expansion of University Village.
Vol. 14, No. 12 reports on Veterans' Day activities, a teddy bear drive by University Police, Early Learning Center fundraiser, and an interview with alumnus Robert Woerheide, founder of Perigee Literary Journal.
Vol. 14, No. 13 covers the Model United Nations convening at CSUSM, CSU presidents' raises in light of student fee increases, local military families celebrating the holidays on campus before deployment, the Whiteness Forum, and campus security.
This week's edition (Vol. 14, No. 14) reports on the upcoming Vagina Monologues event, Tookie Williams activism by Professor Lance Newman, the Whiteness Forum, Fulbright Scholarship opportunities, and the Library's "Nursing Room".
Vol. 15, No. 1 reacquaints readers with the Cesar Chavez statue, notes faculty move into Markstein Hall (AKA Business), a review of the campus crime report, and a congressional debate on campus. Featured is an interview with Ivy Kensinger CSUSM…
Vol. 15, No. 2 covers Recyclemania, a textbook shortage at the bookstore, the campus crime report and police collaboration with public, upcoming Black History Month events, and interviews several students on how they are making it work while going to…
Vol. 15, No. 3 reports on the Chinese New Year, campus scholarships, HIV testing, and a lecture sponsored by the National Latino Research Center on equal rights and Latinos. The campus' twin oaks, planted in honor of Marie Van Ness in front of Craven…
This week's issue (Vol. 15, No. 4) covers faculty protests and grievances, President Haynes' state of the campus community address, vandalism, the free newspapers pilot from Fall, and the upcoming Global Coffee Hour.
Vol. 15, No. 5 reports on barricades in the parking lot for pedestrian safety, film showing of "Invisible Children" and "No!", the work of the Chamber Champions, and the upcoming first Major and Internship Fair.
This week's issue (Vol. 15, No. 6) reports on the ASI budget, campus crime reports, the 41st Annual History Conference hosting on campus, service opportunities during Spring Break, and calls for applicants for Crash the Cougar mascot duties.
The Vol. 15, No. 7 issue promotes the upcoming Spring Fling dance, the student research competition, parking issues, and the opening (and rumors) of Markstein Hall to classes. A focus article is provided on the LGBTA Club.
Vol. 15, No. 8 reports doubling occupancy in University Village apartments, alcohol sales crackdown, police emergency response, the Career Center's business etiquette class, and ALCI business students.
Vol. 15, No. 9 reports on the Early Learning Center groundbreaking, faculty and student protest, parking issues of spaces and fees, and Holocaust survivor visit to campus. The status of competition midway through Recyclemania is also covered.
Vol. 15, No. 10 features stories on a contentious visit by an Iraqi speaker, the LGBTA-sponsored drag show, the Crash Awards for student service, and ASI election results.
Vol. 15, No. 11 features articles on demonstrations about gay marriage rights and violence against women, as well as a congressional forum, upcoming International Fair, and gender awareness awards.
Volume 15, No. 2 leads with the visit by Dolores Huerta, ASI election results and low turnout, the opening of the Women's Center, national win by the Lady Cougars Dance Team and departure of Dean of Students Jonathan Poullard. Other articles are on…
The Recyclemania win leads the news in Vol. 15, No. 13. Other articles look at the value of course evaluations, a presentation on bias in media by Peace Mark, and the recent job fair.
Vol. 15, No. 14 announces the upcoming protest and boycott regarding HR-4437 on immigration, preparations for the African American student recognition ceremony, and the Day of Silence for gay rights. Other articles include the technology resources in…
Vol. 15, No. 15 has articles on the immigration protest rally, the official opening of Markstein Hall, Commencement preparations, the First All People's Celebration, and Crash Awards.