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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_20080902.pdf
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…

pride_20071120.pdf
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.

pride_20060822.pdf
Vol. 16, No. 1 announces the opening of parking lot F, a photo spread on Washington DC, and advice on not buying textbooks.

pride_20060314.pdf
Vol. 15, No. 9 reports on the Early Learning Center groundbreaking, faculty and student protest, parking issues of spaces and fees, and Holocaust survivor visit to campus. The status of competition midway through Recyclemania is also covered.

pride_20060228.pdf
The Vol. 15, No. 7 issue promotes the upcoming Spring Fling dance, the student research competition, parking issues, and the opening (and rumors) of Markstein Hall to classes. A focus article is provided on the LGBTA Club.

pride_20050208.pdf
Parking, Discount Campus Books, a new mobile campus command post, and an exploding light fixture are on the front page of Vol. 13, No. 4. The investigation of the allegation of racial profiling by campus police makes this issue as well.

pride_20030325.pdf
Parking, and the upcoming parking fee increases take up much of the cover of this edition of the paper. The Pride (Vol. 10x. No. 24) also reports on the ASI election, a visit to campus by San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis and the departure…

pride_20030128.pdf
The Vol. 10x, No. 16 of The Pride contains articles about the continuing parking issues on campus, anti-war protests, another power outage, the ASI election, and the CSUSM Surf Team.

(Note: This issue was misidentified as No. 16. It should have…

pride_20021001.pdf
Vol. 10x, No. 5 announces the continuation of curb parking, tips to avoid getting the flu, and the tenure faculty ceremony held on September 25th.
(Note: This year was misidentified as Vol. 10 It should have been numbered Vol. 11, it has been…

pride_20020917.pdf
The cover of the Vol. 10x, No. 3 edition of The Pride reports on campus parking and the death of a CSUSM student missing since September 4. (Note: This year was misidentified as Vol. 10 It should have been numbered Vol. 11, it has been entered as…

pride_20020219.pdf
The Vol. 10, No. 3 issue of The Pride reported on the death of "Uncle Henry" Rodriguez. The proposed parking proposal has been dropped, Student Health Services was promoting sexual responsibility, and ASI sponsored a Black History Month Breakfast.

pride_20020212.pdf
The Vol. 10, No. 2 editions of The Pride cover reported on changes within the ASI staff, parking changes including increased fees, and the appointment of CSUSM President Gonzalez to the federal Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanic…

pride_20010220.pdf
Vol. 8, No. 18 reports on Oceanside Mayor Terry Johnson as keynote to the Black History Month breakfast, parking expansion of Lot E, faculty and student research into agricultural workers' health, and the first National TRIO Day celebration at CSUSM.…

pride_20010206.pdf
Vol. 8, No. 16 includes stories on student housing, debunking the prison architect myth, Craven Hall renovation, the donation of Congressman Ronald Packard's papers, the return of stack parking, and call for help following the Escondido Humane…

pride_20010911.pdf
Vol. 9, No. 3 of The Pride celebrates the start of Fall 2001.

pride_20010828.pdf
Vol. 9. No. 1 of The Pride questions the upcoming graduation location, construction damage, and the second Guelaguetza Festival.

pride_20000919.pdf
Vol. 8, No. 4 reports on stack parking, student union referendum vote, the lowering of graduation requirements, health fair, and campus budget.

pride_20000905.pdf
Vol. 8, No. 2 covers new student email system, Welcome Week, the continuing construction on the Twin Oaks Valley bridge, women's soccer, political activism and the perennial topics: food and parking.

pride_20000829.pdf
Vol. 8, No. 1 covers the new "stack parking", the first Guelaguetza festival held at CSUSM, campus safety, new CoBA Dean Moustafa, dealing with stress and WASC re-accreditation.

pride_20090127.pdf
Volume 21, number 2 of The Pride. The issue includes extended articles about the 2009 inauguration of President Obama and campus parking fees.

cougar_chronicle_20130911.pdf
Volume 42, number 1 of The Cougar Chronicle. This issue includes stories of campus clubs promoting inclusions, a popular Harry Potter course, and remembering September 11, 2001.

pride_20000313.pdf
Vol. 7, No. 22 reports on Parking Services, the Latino Research Center, upcoming Presidential primary and propositions.

pride_20000229.pdf
Vol. 7, No. 20 looks at abuses in disabled parking, future new buildings, graduation requirements, and the propositions on the upcoming ballot.

pride_19991101.pdf
The Vol. 7, No. 10 edition of The Pride featured parking, learning skills to defend against rape and a live broadcast of former Mayor Roger Hedgecock's radio show from The Dome.

pride_19991025.pdf
Campus events including poetry readings and parking share the cover of the Vol. 7, No. 9 edition of The Pride.

pride_20000214.pdf
Vol. 7, No. 18 addresses parking enforcement, student clubs, and the campus mission statement.

pride_20000208.pdf
Vol. 7, No. 17 reports on the campus cheerleading squad, library building donations, parking and credit/no credit grading.

pride_19990830.pdf
The Vol. 7, No. 1 edition of The Pride features articles on the National Latino Research Center coming to CSUSM, construction, and beginning the second decade of CSUSM.

pride_19981029.pdf
Vol. 6, No. 2 reports on student accident, campus parking and breast cancer exhibit (No. 1 is missing)

pride_19980305.pdf
The Vol. 5, No. 8 edition of The Pride featured cover stories on the library, proposed increases to the athletics fees, and wait times for the computers in "open access" labs on campus.

cougar_chronicle_20141008.pdf
Volume 43, number 3 of The Cougar Chronicle. The issue includes stories about increase reports of campus sexual assaults, the new Veteran's Center, and community festivals.

cougar_chronicle_20140910.pdf
Volume 43, number 1 of The Cougar Chronicle. The issue includes stories of campus demonstration concerning sexual assault, greek life organization investigation, and ideas for recreation.

cougar_chronicle_20140423.pdf
Volume 42, number 13 of The Cougar Chronicle. The issue included stories of an initiative to create a Raza Center for Latino students, memorial scholarship for a CSUSM student that passed away, and student reaction to the new student union.

pride_19970930.pdf
Vol. 5, No. 1 of The Pride examines the continuing parking problems and the outlook for the new year with the Associated Students of CSUSM.

pride_19950920.pdf
Vol. 3, No. 1 features a cover story on the first freshman class of the Cal State San Marcos campus.

cougar_chronicle_20121205.pdf
Volume 40, Number 7 of the Cougar Chronicle. The issue includes stories of campus construction and the holiday season.
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