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. 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 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. 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.
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.