The seventeenth academic year of California State University San Marcos.
University Archives in the CSUSM Library
Vol. 16, No. 1 announces the opening of parking lot F, a photo spread on Washington DC, and advice on not buying textbooks.
Vol. 16. No, 2 looks at the new room arrangements in University Village, alerts the reader to record enrollment, covers the NAIA soccer pep rally, and announces CSUSM yet again wins Recyclemania.
A look at Associated Students Incorporated, report on traffic issues on campus, and an article on flu and immunization are in this week's Vol. 16, No. 3 issue.
The feature stories are on campus traffic issues, highlighted with a car/pedestrian accident and plans for traffic control. Other stories feature surf team tryouts and University Village housing in Vol. 16, No. 4.
Vol. 16, No. 5 covers club sports, soccer win, Yellow Ribbon Week, the need for more faculty in Women's Studies, and international and exchange students.
Vol. 16, No. 6 covers the remodel of the Craven Hall courtyard, new student registration system, electrical outage in Academic Hall, Indian Week activities, and the 1D Education bond.
This issue (Vol. 16, No. 7) has a health focus in informing readers about tuberculosis and AIDS, as well as reporting on the Masquerade Ball, and ASI's promotion of Cougar Fever.
Vol. 16, No. 8 reports on the veteran's photo exhibit in the Library, AIDS awareness with the Africa Tent exhibit, the under-used Writing Center, and upcoming Career Fair.
Vol. 16, No. 9 reports on the campus Oktoberfest, Coming Out Day, and RAD training.
Vol. 15, No. 10 alerts the reader to an upcoming cancer awareness workshop, the move of the LGBTA Club's Multicultural Center to Craven Hall, availability of cable TV on all campus computers, and a visit by Tijuana college students.
Vol. 16, No. 11 covers the visit by students from Universidad Autonoma de Baja California in Tijuana, the expected display of the AIDS Quilt, local fire effect on campus, and Halloween lore.
This week's issue (Vol. 16, No. 12) covers campus traffic issues, cancer educational exhibit, and life in University Village Apartments. The release of the new web-based interactive version of the paper is also covered.
Vol. 16, No. 13 reports on student research competition preparation, Veteran's Day activities, the midterm elections, Road Trip Nation's visit, Campus Police Teddy Bear Drive, and ASI food drive.
Vol. 16, No. 14 reports on student posting to Facebook, The Prominence Pilot Project regarding off-campus behavior in relation to Executive Order 969, CIA career fair, protests over CSU spending, and the Kellogg Library patios.
This issue (Vol. 16, No. 15) announces the 2007 Alternative Spring Break option, reviews the AIDS Quilt exhibit, covers ASIST for first-generation college students, and notes the new students in Nursing.
Vol. 17,, No. 1 covers faculty wage protest, the establishment of a new fraternity (Zeta Beta Tau), the opening of Cougar Central for student services, and training on restraining orders from University Police.
This week's issue (Vol. 17, No. 2) reports on a student saved campus police officer's quick actions, the move of the Cross-Cultural Center, faculty wage protests, the new softball team, and the start of a new Recylemania competition.
Vol. 17, No. 3 printed stories on campus traffic accident and safety, the status of the Sprinter (light rail), Phase II of campus construction, and the signing of the no-handheld phone while driving bill by Governor Schwarzenegger.
This issue (Vol. 17, No. 4) publishes a response to the campus safety editorial in issue No. 3, reviews the Erik Otto exhibit in the library, announces Plan B pill is now available at the Student Health Center, the move of the Women's Center, and…
Vol. 17, No. 5 covers the response to an anti-abortion exhibit on campus, ASI election applications, Black Panther film event, and several articles on health related matters.
Vol. 17. No. 6 covers a rock festival, upcoming faculty vote on a strike decision, the dedication of the Tukwut Courtyard, the first Alumni Gala, and the impending closure of the Social and Behavorial Research Institute (SBRI).
Vol. 17, No. 8 reports on the Tukwut Courtyard dedication, new online services from the Writing Center, the swearing in of the new campus police chief, and outreach to migrant workers.
The faculty vote for a strike leads the news in Vol. 17, No. 8 alongside the ASI election forum. Women prisoners lecture as part of Women's Herstory Month and the Pride looks at the Daniels Communication Lab.
This issue of the Pride (Vol. 17, No. 9) announces a new student fee hike, the new Masters in History degree for fall, the blood drive, student support of the faculty strike, and continued events for Women's Herstory Month.
Vol. 17. No. 10 informs readers on the low ASI voter turnout, a same-sex marriage demonstration, the impending faculty strike, a power outage, and anti-war demonstraton.
Vol. 17, No. 11 covers the tentative agreement to avert a faculty strike, upcoming multiculturalism speaker, job fair, and technology available for checkout.
Vol. 17, No. 12 mourns the victims of the Virginia Tech shooting, informs readers about the DREAM Act, notes the CFA wage vote, and President Haynes' TWIN award from the YWCA. Of additional interest is the Fit Bucks Challenge as part of Wellness…
This issue (Vol. 17, No. 13) looks at the Virginia Tech forum held on campus, another win in Recyclemania, budget-related activities by students, and highlights the CSUSM alumni working with Community Interface Service.
Vol. 17. No. 14 memorializes Lorena Barraza, CSUSM student killed in a car accident, looks at the future of the Early Learning Center, reports on the lecture given by Dr. Jamie Washington on multicultural issues, and ASI's efforts to fund a LGBTQIA…
Suicide prevention leads this issue (Vol. 17, No. 15) along with articles on a forum on bringing Asian American Studies to campus, paintball competition, safety awareness, the Women's Center, and hiring of Dr. Bridget Blanshan as new Dean of…