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    By Dianne Anderson How parents relate to their kids in those first years of life sets the stage for what they will be when they grow up, but until now, parenthood never came with a manual. Starting September 7 through November 2, parents and caregivers of children up to five years old are invited to ...
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    By Dianne Anderson In the nearly two decades that Dr. Mary Texeira has taught at Cal State University, San Bernardino, she never ceases to be amazed at how so many students missed the grade school lesson on 250 years of slavery in America. Once they learn the backstory, they seem perplexed, trying to process the ...
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    California State University, San Bernardino announced the appointment of Adrian Paul Stevens as associate vice president for philanthropic giving with responsibility for campus fundraising efforts. Stevens will begin his service at CSUSB on March 1. Stevens has nearly 28 years of experience identifying, cultivating and soliciting individual donors, corporations and foundations with a tailored approach ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Students at Cal State San Bernardino will get a chance to witness a big piece of history this Black History Month as the campus virtually welcomes this year’s keynote speaker, the award-winning author and daughter of Malcolm X. Charles Gaylord, co-coordinator of the Black History Month events, said they are fortunate to ...
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    Reginald and René Webb of Webb Family Enterprises, franchise owner-operators of McDonald’s restaurants, have been named recipients of Honorary Doctors of Humane Letters degrees from Cal State San Bernardino. “Through their company, Reginald and René support various early entrepreneurs and create a community of successful individuals, which in turn helps elevate the quality of people’s lives ...
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    By Dianne Anderson College students are struggling through the rest of the school year of online learning with teachers running on a short emotional fuse as Zoom and other study platforms are crashing. TaQuera Evans has been working around lots of limitations, but she says she can’t wait to return to the brick and mortar ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Racist Zoom bombings targeting Black audiences have hit campuses all over the nation, most recently with attacks at Cal State University, San Bernardino and CSU Long Beach resembling a case of life imitating art. A student victim of a hate crime was at the heart of the Black History Month play “Baltimore,” ...
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    Black History Month By Dianne Anderson Performers are on a mission to transcend the spectral of this past year, the threats to democracy and the madness of a boiling political climate– all while creating content within pandemic isolation. Prof. Kathryn Ervin said one way that “creatives” are not getting mired in the muck is by ...
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    In celebration of Black History Month, Cal State San Bernardino will hold virtual events throughout the month of February to honor the culture, accomplishments, contributions and legacy of African Americans. The virtual events are in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced CSUSB to stop face-to-face classroom instruction and events on campus last March and ...
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    The CSUSB Conversations on Race and Policing series resumes on Wednesday, Jan. 27, when it will focus on the differing responses police have had to Black Lives Matter and to Make America Great Again protests. “Contrasting Police Responses: BLM and MAGA” will be livestreamed on Zoom beginning at 3 p.m., and can be accessed from ...