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.
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.
This issue (Vol. 17, No. 4) publishes a response to the campus safety editorial in issue No. 3, reviews the Erik Otto exhibit in the library, announces Plan B pill is now available at the Student Health Center, the move of the Women's Center, and…
Vol. 17, No. 3 printed stories on campus traffic accident and safety, the status of the Sprinter (light rail), Phase II of campus construction, and the signing of the no-handheld phone while driving bill by Governor Schwarzenegger.
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.
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.
San Marcos Skate Parks and the launch of an Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) from Vandenberg Air Force Base dominate the Vol. 10x, No. 4 edition of The Pride. Inside the pages is an article about the College Assistance to Migrants Program…