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    A visit to an orphanage in Soweto became the emotional highlight of a study abroad trip to South Africa this summer by a group of Cal State San Bernardino students and their faculty adviser. With funds donated by CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales and faculty and staff of the university’s Department of Psychology, students and ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Whatever John Futch started, he was compelled to finish, and there was no such thing as a quick fix. For decades, he chipped away to make an impact in areas that ​he ​believed counted the most in life – lifting the community and empowering the people. Futch was as comfortable in the boardroom navigating ...
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    To support Cal State San Bernardino students, the university has developed a number of initiatives to help those who are facing food, housing and financial insecurity. These resources are all part of the new Coyote Basic Needs website at CSUSB. “Campuses across the CSU are making valiant efforts to provide basic needs resources for students facing these ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Not so long ago, there was a time when women could barely access business counseling, let alone access loans. Joelle Passerello with the Inland Empire Women’s Business Center said things have come a long way since entrepreneur Mike Stull founded their program to help women get a break. Since 2003, the IEWBC ...
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    “smallasaGIANT,” a traveling art exhibition that focuses on issues related to juvenile incarceration, will make a stop for about two months at Cal State San Bernardino’s Anthropology Museum, marking its debut. The museum, housed on the third floor of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, will display “smallasaGIANT” from April 15 – June 15. CSUSB ...
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    The CSUSB men’s basketball program continued their engagement in the local community recently, volunteering their time with the youth at Shandin Hills Middle School in San Bernardino. The Coyote student-athletes instructed practices with different drills and got in and participated as well. After a fun day of basketball, the Coyotes huddled all of Shandin Hills players ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Just about everyone has heard of the school pipeline to prison, but Dr. Annika Anderson knows the biggest challenge is in reversing that process. Years ago, she wondered what happens when the formerly incarcerated stopped committing crimes, and when they set out to reintegrate back to society. She wanted to know how ...
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    The San Bernardino Public Library will host a panel discussion on the book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.  The discussion will take place on Wednesday, March 6, at 6 PM. Guest speakers will include Dr. Michael Chao, Biology Dept. Chair from Cal State San Bernardino and speakers from Loma Linda University. They will be discussing the ...
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    By Dianne  Anderson Nearly every day this month, students are rallying the cause and rolling out numerous free Black History Month events on everything from financial literacy to political realism to the politics of food. On Thursday, February 7, Cal State San Bernardino presents nationally recognized speaker, minister and activist, Nyle Fort, on “Race, Protest ...
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    Cornel West, a prominent social critic, author, academic, political activist whose area of focus is the role of race, gender and class in America and author of 20 books, will speak at Cal State San Bernardino on Jan. 25. “An Evening with Dr. Cornel West” will feature the social critic talking about education, advocacy, social ...