The eighteenth academic year of California State University San Marcos.
University Archives in the CSUSM Library
Vol. 18, No. 1 starts off a new academic year with articles on building safety awareness, student resources, and welcome back activities including Picnic with the Presidents.
Vol. 18, No. 2 has been located, not yet digitized. Please contact University Archives for assistance.
Vol. 18, No. 3 has been located, not yet digitized. Please contact University Archives for assistance.
Vol. 18, No. 4 (issues 2 and 3 are missing from collection) covers Chancellor Charles Reed's proposal to increase executive salaries, healthy eating education, and Greek Life including Rush Week.
Vol. 18, No. 5 reports on the executive salary increase, introduction of Jui-Jitsu to campus, celebration of Latino heritage, and the upcoming Masquerade Ball.
Vol. 18, No. 6 continues coverage on the controversial CSU executive salary increase, a protest against racism in support of the Jena 6, RAD (rape and defense) training, and a hoax Harry Potter ban in UVA.
Vol. 18, No. 7 continues coverage on CSU executive salaries, reports on the President's Open Forums with students and staff, the new traffic lights to improve safety, and the passing of Japanese Programs Professor Mikiko Imamura-Seyller.
This issue (note: this edition is misidentified as No. 7, it should be No. 8 of Volume 18) alerts readers to the return of Alternative Spring Break for 2008, a lecture on the Mideast by retired generals, and the veto of AB 1413 that would have…
This issue (Vol. 18, No. 9) was not distributed due to the campus closure from the Coronado Hills fire.
Volume 18, No. 7 (should be numbered as issue 10 of Volume 18) covers the San Diego fires including the Coronado Hills fire that closed the campus for the week. Other stories include coverage of signed California Assembly bills (262 and 1584) to…
Vol. 18, No. 11 follows the aftermath and cleanup from the San Diego County fires, increased emergency preparedness actions, the revivial of the Black Student Union, and sports teams successes.
Vol. 18, No. 12 reports on a state audit of CSU executive compensation practice, Cross Country competition for NAIA championship, the Writers Guild strike for internet compensation, the end of "The Colbert Nation" political contest, and observations…
Vol. 18, No. 13 stories include pending parking fee increase, student action against tuition hikes, the CSU's proposed 08-09 budget, and a look at the American Indian Student Association (AISA) organization on campus.
Vol. 18, No. 13 (should be issue 14 of Vol. 18) investigates the rationale for parking rate increases and the future parking structure, the bookstore expansion, and President Haynes' open forum with students.
The first edition of the Spring 2008 semester introduces new paper staff and reveals some resolutions.
Vol. 19, No. 2 reports on the welcome activities for transfer students, the CSU budget crisis, and the library exhibit on hate crime.
Vol. 19, No. 1 should be cited as No. 3 of Vol. 19. This issue focuses on politics including Super Tuesday and a student seat on the CSU Board of Trustees. Other stories include the revitalization of the Black Student Union and University Village…
Vol. 19, No. 4 summarizes Chancellor Charles Reed's message on the CSU budget crisis, politics centered around the primaries, Greek Week activities, and dinner etiquette lessons for business students.
The shooting at Northern Illinois University raises new calls for preparedness at CSUSM from campus Police, Other stories in Vol. 9, No. 5 include Greek Rush Week, on-campus religious debates, and events in politics.
Vol. 19, No. 6 reports on increased traffic patrols and congestion, monthly Multicultural Forums, a presentation and discussion on the film "Maquilapolis: City of Factories", and a followup to the recent fires.
Vol. 19, No. 7 reports on the campus protests over budget cuts, the opening of the Sprinter light rail, Black History Month activities, and the results of the customer satisfaction survey.
Vol. 19, No. 8 covers the continuing budget issues, the opening of the Sprinter light rail, and Inter-Varsity's response to controversial religious speaker on campus.
Vol. 19, No. 9 reports on the early closure of the Spring Fling due to attendee behavior, upcoming ASI elections, a DREAM Act forum, and a Pizza and Politics forum on healthcare.
Planning for the new Student Union is underway in Vol. 19, No. 10. Gas prices are on the rise, San Diego bans alcohol on beaches in a one-year trial, and ideas for safe Spring Break are offered. The upcoming Cesar Chavez birthday observance is noted.…
Vol. 19, No. 11 includes a safety alert for a possible campus threat, preparations for a budget protest in Sacramento, upcoming President's Forum with students, and the opening of the second University Store. As part of Women's History Month, Valley…
A candlelight vigil at the Cesar Chavez statue, Take Back the Night, and Sleepless in San Diego are all evening events reported in Vol. 19, No. 12. Additional stories are the opening of the LGBTQ Center and the annual Job Fair.
Vol. 19, No. 13 interviews new ASI President Alexander Hoang, reports on the International Fair, and CoBA students' plans to create a yearbook for their graduating students. A summary of peace activist Cindy Sheehan visit to campus is given.
Feature stories include Tukwut Leadership Awards, budget protests, the National Day of Silence, All People's Celebration, and yet another Recyclemania win.
Commencement leads the stories in Vol. 19, No. 15 along with stories on continuing budget protests, the All Peoples Ceremony, and the upcoming new look to the campus website.