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  • Tags: fall 2011

pride_20110913.pdf
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.

pride_20111206.pdf
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.

pride_20111122.pdf
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…

pride_20111108.pdf
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.

pride_20111025.pdf
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.

pride_20111011.pdf
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…

pride_20110927.pdf
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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