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    On April 12, a significant collaboration between the San Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD), California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB), and the County of San Bernardino was formalized to combat student hunger. The collaboration is designed to expedite the qualification process for CalFresh, a critical federal aid program that provides monthly assistance for low-income individuals ...
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    Despite notions that a college degree no longer holds its value, Cal State San Bernardino President Tomás D. Morales countered that it is “the very best gift that you can give yourself and your family.” Speaking at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in San Bernardino as part of the California State University’s Super Sunday, ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Odds are 50-50 that Black students graduate from CSU, not just from any one particular campus, but from any of the 23 campuses. That sad reality provides this year’s backdrop, and motivation for education-based themes at the San Bernardino campus Black History Month events. Michaela Watkins, Associate Director of Diversity, Equity & ...
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    by Barbara Smith “I didn’t choose the theatre; it chose me,” says Andre Harrington, who now serves as chair of Cal State University, San Bernardino’s Theatre Arts department. Harrington brings a wealth of experiences to the university, gleaned from a career fueled by creativity, a passion for the arts, and a love for costuming and ...
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    Veronica Wilson, a Cal State San Bernardino political science major, was selected by the Panetta Institute for Public Policy to serve in its prestigious congressional internship, where she worked closely with the California congressional delegation in Washington, D.C. “This internship meant more to me than I could imagine,” said Wilson, who is on track to ...
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    By Dianne Anderson For decades, Twillea Evans-Carthen has leaned in on the diplomatic side of dispute, pushing for peace as a problem solver, yet always with a touch of administrative prowess. Being an ombuds takes go-between skills, but mostly she makes sure that complaints she has heard from faculty, students, or staff never fall on ...
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    The annual President’s Holiday Dinner showcases Cal State San Bernardino’s accomplishments and also honors supporters, donors and its Philanthropic Foundation Board of Directors. At this year’s event, held at the Mission Inn in Riverside on Nov. 30, university President Tomás D. Morales honored retired school teacher, longtime university friend and philanthropist Shelby Obershaw, Redlands educator ...
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    Visitors packed the Anthropology Museum on Sept. 21 at Cal State San Bernardino to mark the formal opening of the new exhibition, “Afróntalo,” which directs the focus on the often-underrepresented and overlooked history and culture of Mexico’s Afro-descendent communities. “‘Afróntalo’ represents a unique and invaluable effort to shed light on the often-underrepresented narratives of the ...
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    Following on the heels of what authorities suspect was a hate-fueled murder a Southern California mountain community, the latest report by Cal State San Bernardino’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism (CSHE) shows that three of the largest percentage increases in reported hate crimes in major American cities in 2022 were against members of the ...
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    The Social Lites, Inc., of the Inland Empire, is preparing for its 57th Annual Beautillion Scholarship Program, “A Moment of Greatness,” to be held at California State University, San Bernardino, on March 30, 2024. The first Beautillion briefing will be held at the Center for Youth and Community Development, on September 10, from 2 pm-3:30 ...