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cougar_chronicle_20150506.pdf
Issue 14 of Volume 43 provides the spring Commencement schedule, the year in review of the ACE Scholars program, and the founding of KDPL Asian/Pacific Islander sorority. A number of graduating student profiles are included.

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Volume 43, issue 13 features key stories on Gay Pride events, Yom HaShoah and the White Rose Memorial, and campus sexual violence awareness.

Masquerade_CC_2012-10-24_p4.pdf
A description of the events planned for the ball (described as the 4th in error.)

Masquerade_PR_2010-10-26_p10.pdf
Report on the 10th ball.

Masquerade_PR_2007-09-25_p1-2.pdf
Plans for the 7th ball are announced.

Masquerade_PR_2006-10-10_p12.pdf
Alumni letter to the Pride about being refused attendance to the ball as part of homecoming.

Masquerade_PR_2006-10-10_p4.pdf
Mention of the success of the 6th ball as part of Fever Week activities.

Masquerade_PR_2006-10-03_p1-2.pdf
Arrangements for the ball at the House of Blues are announced.

Masquerade_PR_2005-10-11_p1,3.pdf
Article describes the planned events for the ball.

Masquerade_PR_2005-10-04_p11.pdf
Announcement of the ball held at the Hard Rock Cafe in La Jolla.

Masquerade_PR_2003-10-14_p4.pdf
Essay by student on dating at CSUSM.

CougarFever_PR_2006-10-03_p1-4.pdf
Spirit week activities.

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CougarFever_PR_2005-09-06_p2.pdf
Activities for spirit week.

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Masquerade_PR_2001-11-13_p1.pdf
An account of the first Masquerade Ball, held at the Escondido Center of the Arts.

Masquerade_PR_2001-11-06_p8.pdf
Announcement of ball date, time and location.

Masquerade_PR_2001-10-09_p5.pdf
Announcement of a date change for the first Masquerade Ball,, delaying beyond Homecoming Week.

homecoming_CC_2014-12-03_p4.pdf
Reports on the men's basketball win for Homecoming. Sidebar lists the week's events.

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homecoming_CC_2013-11-20_p3.pdf
Coverage of the men's basketball win for homecoming.

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homecoming_CC_2012-10-24_p4.pdf
Details of the fourth annual Masquerade Ball, part of Homecoming Week events.

homecoming_CC_2012-10-24_p2-3.pdf
Calendar of events and results from the soccer matches for homecoming week.

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homecoming_PR_2011-10-11_p1.pdf
Coverage of the crowning of the runner-up as king for homecoming.

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homecoming_PR_2011-09-27_p4.pdf
Coverage of homecoming events mentions the first time the celebration includes a King and Queen. Article makes the claim this is the third homecoming event.

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homecoming_PR_2010-10-26_p4.pdf
Coverage of the food and activities at the soccer games for homecoming.

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homecoming_PR_2010-10-12_p4.pdf
Calendar of events for homecoming week.

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homecoming_PR_2006-02-28_p1-4.pdf
Announcement of plans for Spring Fling as alumni spring homecoming event.

homecoming_PR_2002-10-15_p9.pdf
Events for Homecoming 2002.

homecoming_PR_2002-10-08_p12.pdf
Coverage of the women's soccer game as Homecoming kickoff event.

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homecoming_PR_2002-10-01_p10.pdf
Announcement of events for homecoming.

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homecoming_PR_2001-10-16_p7.pdf
Report of men's soccer game as part of Homecoming.

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homecoming_PR_2001-10-09_p2.pdf
Coverage of activities during Homecoming Week.

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homecoming_PR_2001-10-02_pg1.pdf
Coverage of the Pow Wow as kick off to homecoming activities.

homecoming_PR_1994-05-06_p2.pdf
Announcement of second alumni picnic in August.

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pride_20090210.pdf
Volume 21, No. 4 focuses on Valentine's Day observance and customs, a short article on lessening your environmental impact, student dance group, and Black History Month.

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NOT YET DIGITIZED, please contact University Archives. Volume 43, No. 14 is the final issue of the academic year, with articles on Commencement, a review of the ACE Scholar program, official recognition of KPDL (Knowledge, Perseverance, Diversity and…

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NOT YET DIGITIZED, please contact University Archives. Volume 43, No. 13 covers race, ethnicity and gender issues by looking at Yom HaShoah events, including the White Rose Memorial, the Red Flag Campaign for sexual assault awareness, and the release…

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Vol. 3, No. 1 presumed missing based on the existence of Vol. 3, No. 1a (published Summer/Fall 1992 with no distinct date and labeled as a Special Issue about campus buildings.)

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Vol. 43, No. 6 is missing from the collection

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Vol. 39, No. 2 discusses the DREAM Act, smoking on campuses, Politics are represented by articles on the Republican presidential candidates and Proposition 8 challenges. Campus concerns include Civility Week, Greek life and a memorial to CoBA faculty…

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Vol. 28, No. 1 reports on the wide-area power outage, the state of women's sports at CSUSM, HIV testing, saving on textbook purchases, and student veterans.

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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…

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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.

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Vol. 18, No. 3 has been located, not yet digitized. Please contact University Archives for assistance.

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Vol. 18, No. 2 has been located, not yet digitized. Please contact University Archives for assistance.

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Vol. 11, No. 24 reports on the continuation of summer classes and ASI election results. Much of the issue is devoted to student fees, parking woes and the future parking structure. The Transition Program which assists Facilities in keeping the campus…

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Vol. 10, No. 8 is missing

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Vol. 6, No. 1 covers the appointment of Alexander Gonzalez as permanent president of CSUSM by the CSU Board of Trustees. Coverage of the nearby brush fire that cancelled classes on August 5 and California Faculty Association picketing of Chancellor…

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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The Vol. 23, No. 7 issue includes stories on Recyclemania, various activities and safety during Spring Break, and national health care reform,

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Cesar Chavez celebration, CSUSM's win in recyclemania, RAD rape prevention training, ASI protest, and environmental concerns are top stories in this week's paper (Vol. 13, No. 11). Additional stories cover eating disorders and the annual job…

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The last issue before winter break (Vol 28, No. 7) includes coverage of campus civility activities, a report of scamming activity, holiday observances and celebrations, and the popular Pause for Paws.

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The joy of preparing for the holidays is dimmed by the news of a new tuition hike in Vol. 28, No. 6. A warning of another mountain lion sighting is issued. The California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center opens, and faculty protest stalled…

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Vol 28, No. 5 includes stories on the campus emergency alert system, the Occupy movement, ROTC activities to mark Veteran's Day, and energy drinks.

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Vol. 28, No. 4 features protests against the Koala, Halloween festivities and history, the rumor of the library being haunted, and the campus Improv team.

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Homecoming and the crowning of the first king and queen is the lead story of Vol. 28, No. 3. The passing of Steve Jobs is noted, a variety of campus recreation options are discussed, readers are reminded this is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and a…

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Graduate student Lauren Holland is profiled as the recipient of the Hurst/CSU Trustee's Award, the CSU's highest honor and President Haynes calls for other award nominations. Athletics are featured in many of the other articles and a quick preview of…

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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,

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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The final issue of Spring 2009 (Vol. 21, No. 15) looks at Commencement preparations at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Other stories include student fundraising for a staff member's son's health needs, AIDS in Africa, a fall enrollment update, and the…

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This issue of the Pride includes coverage of the Tukwut Leadership Night, an update to the ASI elections with the announcement of the winner for president, and swine flu-related health advice. The controversy over the Miss USA pageant is also…

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Vol. 21, No. 13 reports on Earth Day and the International Fair, and announces that CSUSM has achieved Asian American, Native American, Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI) status.

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This issue of the Pride, Vo. 21, No. 12 reports on the Alternative Spring Break working with Habitat for Humanity, upcoming job fair and International Fair, new CoBA business societies, and a local attempted robbery.

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Vol. 21, No. 12 reports on the ASI election, with the President not yet decided. Student health in alcohol awareness and stress management are also featured, with a report on the candlelight vigil for Cesar Chavez's birthday.

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Vol. 21, No. 10 interviews the ASI candidates, places to go for Spring Break, advice on sun precautions, and the column "Bill of Rights" addresses the use of four letter words as a language crutch.

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This issue (Vol. 21, No. 9) is devoted to Women's Herstory/History Month. A number of female faculty and staff are interviewed to learn about what influential women role models they had and the Women's Center-sponsored activities are outlined.

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Vol. 21, No. 8 reminds readers that Amber Dubois continues to be missing, interviews ASI President Alexander Hoang, what to do in case of a car accident, and continues the column "Sex 101!"

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Vol, 21, No. 7 reports on Women's History/Herstory Month, life as a Resident Advisor, and the open forum on ROTC. Readers learn about the history of Mardi Gras in this period before spring break.

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The front page of Vol. 21, No. 6 looks at the planning process for the Student Union building. Additional articles report on undocumented students, ROTC on campus, and student aid.

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Vol. 20, No. 14 remarks on World AIDS Day, the President's open forums, and the first meeting of the MIS Society for CoBA students. Dr. Soheila Jorjani is this year's Brakebill Award winner.

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Vol. 20, No. 12 (this issue should be No. 13 of Vol. 20) announce a graduation reception for fall COAS graduates, the winner of Mr. Alpha Chi and the Women's Studies activism project presentations.

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The Mr. Alpha Chi fund raiser will be benefiting alumna with breast cancer in Vol. 20, No. 12. A protest is organized against Proposition 8, prospective students and their families attend Preview Day, and the campus will participate in the Great…

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Vol.. 20, No. 11 announces Obama's win, Pizza and Politics looks at immigration, and the CSU budget gets hit with a sizable cut.

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Vol. 20, No. 10 continues election and political coverage with one week left to the elections. ASI prepares for the Alternative Spring Break in 2009 and more budget cuts are forecast. Starbucks' pricing is the focus of an article.

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The one year anniversary of the San Diego County fires is observed in Vol. 20, No. 9. Other articles cover the events of International Education Week and the progress of the Educational Effectiveness Review for WASC.

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Vol. 20, No. 8 continues election and political event coverage, including voter registration and the debates. Other news is the elimination of the Family PACT program from Student Health Services and a preview of International Education Week.

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Politics is the focus of Vol. 20, No. 7 with a look at the vice-presidental debate, students attending a Palin rally, voter guide, and a review of the latest Pizza and Politics event. President Haynes will be holding another student open forum this…

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Vol. 20, No. 6 has several articles on the Presidential race and the American Democracy Project, but leads with a look at local Native Americans and American Indian Day.

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With the semester underway, the Pride turns its attention to the CFA's stance on the CSU budget, Peace Day, Educational Effectiveness Review, and the implementation of University Crime Stoppers.

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Vol. 20, No. 4 memorializes the passing of Professor Tom Wahlund, notes the efforts on emergency preparedness, Rush Week activities, and comments on the Amethyst Initiative to lower the drinking age.

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Vol. 20, No. 3 features the unveiling of the Tukwut statute in the courtyard outside Cougar Central, follows up on presidential candidate nominations, and announces the Brain Tumor Walk. The opening of Big Cat food court as a replacement to the Dome…

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Vol. 20, No. 2 covers the political scene with the choice of Barak Obama as presidential candidate and John McCain's choice of Sarah Palin as his running mate. Other items of interest are scholarships offered by the bookstore and the status of…

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The first issue of the fall 2008 semester (Vol. 20, No. 1) features a letter from the editor and announcement of a Welcome Week calendar. On the technology front, students were moved to Gmail and see a new look to the campus website.

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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.

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Feature stories include Tukwut Leadership Awards, budget protests, the National Day of Silence, All People's Celebration, and yet another Recyclemania win.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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Vol. 19, No. 2 reports on the welcome activities for transfer students, the CSU budget crisis, and the library exhibit on hate crime.

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The first edition of the Spring 2008 semester introduces new paper staff and reveals some resolutions.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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…

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This issue (Vol. 18, No. 9) was not distributed due to the campus closure from the Coronado Hills fire.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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…

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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.
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