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.
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.
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.
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…