The twenty-first academic year at California State University San Marcos.
University Archives in the CSUSM Library
The paper (Vol. 24, No. 1) kicks off a new semester with a look at the aftereffects of the furlough and textbook prices, introduces the paper's new website, and introduces Student Health and Counseling Services.
The "Leave Your Mark" theme for Student Life and Leadership activities leads in Vol. 24, No. 2. The Communications and Mass Media program is declared impacted, a calendar of events from the Social Justice and Equity Project is announced, and the 20th…
Vol. 24, No 3 looks at student loans, helpful information at the Health Expo and related healthy activities, the San Marcos Farmers Market, and a variety of entertainment options.
The legalization of marijuana (Proposition 19) leads the Vol. 24, No. 4 edition. Also on the front page is the passage of Chelsea's Law. Other articles are entertainment and sports-focused, including a look at disc golf.
A look at campus and local crime found in the annual Clery Report is found on the front page of Vol. 24, No. 5. Additional articles are found on campus resources in the TRIO program and Career Center, geocaching, and a variety of local entertainment…
The October 7 "Day of Action" by faculty and students leads the stories in Vol. 24, No. 6. The first transfer and international students in 3 years are allowed to enroll for Spring, Geography and Border Studies minors are introduced and Homecoming…
As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the paper features this topic on the front page of Vol. 24, No. 7. Good news is reflected in an increase in the CSU budget for 2011-2012, students are advised to secure their cars against theft, and…
Politics, elections, and veterans are covered in Vol. 24, No. 8. Observation of Veterans' Day, women veterans, and CSUSM's recognition for being veterans-friendly. A mock debate on immigration rounds out the issue.
Vol. 24, No. 9 reports on a campus lockdown due to unannounced student theatrical enactment. CFA responds to the impending tuition fee increase. The Great American Smokeout and Library book sale are also announced.
Vol. 24, No. 10 includes stories on the FDA ruling on alcohol and caffeine-laced beverages, possibilities for credit card abuse, and difficulties in class registration. The trip to Cuba by three faculty members and the LGBTQ Pride Center are other…
Vol. 24, No. 11 looks at travel with new TSA restrictions, what tuition pays for, CSUSM student Holly Gerrity's prestigious scholarship for study in Dubai, and a variety of health topics.
Vol. 25, No. 1 announces the return of Commencement to campus from the Del Mar Fairgrounds, the opening of the Social and Behavioral Sciences building, and new paper staff. This issue also looks at the proposed internet censorship bill.
Egypt's political crisis is the featured front page story in Vol. 25, No. 2. Also sharing the front page, is the repeal of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" legislation. The first publication of the CSUSM version of "The Koala" is noted. Arts & Lectures…
Vol. 25, No. 3 covers a variety of news including internet security, unrest in Egypt, an alcohol-related student death, Black History Month, local hiking, and health issues.
This issue (Vol. 25, No. 4) looks at reductions in student financial aid such as Pell Grants, the Kellogg Library, Language Learning Center, and natural remedies for the flu. A campus landmark, the White Rose Memorial is explained.
Vol. 25, No. 5 announces the finalists attending statewide academic research competitions, international travel and study opportunities, and a student art exhibit in the ARTS building.
This issue (Vol. 25, No. 6) reports on the Japanese earthquake, Spring Fling cancellation and alternate plans, MidEast unrest, and online dating safety. Other articles cover Women's History Month activities and Title IX. [Note: some smearing on front…
Vol. 25, No. 7 interviews the next ASI President, Travis Wilson, looks at the potential impact of a cut to Planned Parenthood on student health, promotes a blood drive in honor of Dolores Huerta and CAMP, and takes a ride on the Sprinter.
Front page news in Vol. 25, No. 8 is the NATO invasion of Libya and the restructuring from three to four Colleges. Other stories include Spring Break student service activities, Social Justice Symposium, and a variety of sports events.
This issue announces the CFA-sponsored Day of Class Action regarding the state of college education and student and staff rights. New minors in the Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) and Mass Media and Communication Programs are announced. The Federal…
Vol. 25, No. 10 covers the CSU-wide protest to protect public education against budget cuts. The International Fair events are described along with traditional Easter activities. Literary activities are highlighted with articles on the Creative…
Vol. 25, No. 11 offers a guide for Commencement, news on a scholarship funded by President Haynes, an increase in parking fees, Pause for Paws stress relief, and the new CougarApps.