The twentieth academic year at California State University San Marcos.
University Archives in the CSUSM Library
The first issue of fall 2009 looks at the beginning of the university's 20th year. Furloughs in faculty and staff schedules to reflect a 10 percent pay cut, a 13-unit cap on enrollment and tuition increase are challenges to starting off the new…
Vol. 22, No. 2 continues coverage on the impact the furlough has on course availability. Other articles look at low unemployment rates, campus sports, and local eateries.
The CSUSM Surf Team's win of the national championship is front-page news, followed by stories on the new weekly Farmer's Market in Lot C, a lecture on indigenous plants for VPA 311, and the Field House gym facilities.
Vol, 22, No. 4 carries stories on the annual Guelaguetza celebration, the beam signing for the Social and Behavioral Sciences Building (SBSB), and the creation of the student action group, SAVE CSUSM in reaction to the budget cuts.
Vol. 22, No. 5 covers local entertainment, seasonal employment, and continued protest over the effects of budget cuts on student success with a look at AB656.
Vol. 22, No. 6 focused on Halloween folklore, customs, and activities. The impact of the instructional furlough due to budget cuts is covered. Cross-country and soccer successes are announced.
Vol, 22, No. 7 reports on a variety of topics including the latest campus safety report, Love Your Body event as part of student health, the privatization of education, and the Tea Party Express.
Vol. 22, No. 8 looks at the budget impact on delayed registration for Spring, the drinking age debate, and an interview with Professor Heidi Breuer.
This issue (Vol. 22, No. 9) looks at the shortage of the H1N1 vaccine, Study Abroad opportunities and the new Global Studies major. Campus giving efforts look at the Christmas Child project,
Sports are the feature of this issue of the Pride (Vol. 22, No. 10). The women's cross-country takes the NAIA National Championship. Men's cross-country and women's soccer are also reported. Additional articles look at study abroad programs.
This issue (dated 2009 on the paper, but actually Vol. 23, No. 1 of 2010) has relief efforts in the wake of the Haiti earthquake on the front page. Additional reporting covers donations to the Red Cross, healthcare reform, and the heavy rains for the…
Vol. 23, No. 2 covers CSUSM's 20th anniversary celebrations, the inauguration of the new softball field, and budget proposals that may help the CSU. Inter-Varsity's work for Haitian relief is also reported.
Vol. 23, No. 3 continues coverage on the first weeks of the new semester with stories on proposed athletics fee increase, Welcome Fair, CSU budget, and the Media Fellows lecture series.
Vol. 23, No. 4 reports on the upcoming faculty and student "Day of Action" to protest the budget, the granting of Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) status, life at the University Village Apartments, and the Olympics.
This issue (Vol. 23, No. 5) reports on the disappearance of Chelsea King, the first ever CSUSM Roundup foot race, hazards of social smoking, volunteering with "Thrive Food Stamps" and CSUSM Radio.
The Vol. 23, No. 7 issue includes stories on Recyclemania, various activities and safety during Spring Break, and national health care reform,
A faculty teach-in to protest budget cuts leads the news in Vol 23, No. 6. Also on the front page is the story of Amber Dubois and Chelsea King's murders and the elimination of the Computer Comptency Requirement (CCR). Other stories report the…
This issue (Vol. 23, No. 8) informs on campus emergency preparedness for earthquakes, summer school administered through Extended Learning due to budget cuts, the opening of the disc golf course, and the science of sleep.
New ASI officers elected with a low turnout and the cancellation of a student/faculty play about the budget are front page news in Vol. 23, No. 9. Other stories cover hate crimes on campus and the NOH8 campaign and staying healthy.
CSU Stanislaus takes front of paper with a scandal over documents shredded in connection to a visit to the campus by Sarah Palin, Vice-Presidential candidate. Vol. 23. No. 10 also reports on an ASI-sponsored abortion debate, the Recyclemania win, and…
Student participation in the Relay for Life fundraiser is top news in Vol. 23, No. 11. Commencement information is provided and as the semester winds down, Pride staff say farewell.