Would professors accept CFA statistics?

<em>Would professors accept CFA statistics?</em>

Carol Perruso, Associate Librarian for Journalism & Social Work & Collection Development Officer

April 18, 2016

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions, Today

With a much-deserved 10.5 percent faculty raise over the next two years nearly a reality, hopefully the posturing that accompanies all labor disputes is behind us. But the barrage of numbers thrown out d... Read more »

<em>A letter to the guys I play rec ball with</em>

A letter to the guys I play rec ball with

March 21, 2016

As if walking into the gym and seeing no girls playing on the courts wasn’t disheartening enough, the disdain in your eyes that screams “I hope she doesn’t ask to play” almost stops me in my trac... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Althea Waites

Althea Waites, Keyboard Faculty

March 20, 2016

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions

After several months of deliberation and soul-searching, I have decided to go on strike along with my colleagues at Cal State Long Beach and numerous faculty members at California State University campuses throughout the state. This was certainly not an easy decision for me because I am deeply committed to teaching and mentoring the students I work with, and I am concerned about how this action will affect them. I am also t... Read more »

<em>Letter to the Editor: The strike, straight on</em>

Letter to the Editor: The strike, straight on

March 14, 2016

You’ve certainly heard by now that California State University faculty may strike across the entire CSU system on April 13-15 and April 18 and 19, unless the chancellor’s office agrees to a 5 percent pa... Read more »

To the Guy who wrote about the Guy with a Knife

Miranda Andrade-Ceja, Arts & Life Editor

March 13, 2016

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions, Today

On Feb. 25, a male student displayed a knife during a race and gender studies class. Reports circulated that the incident was racially charged and students vocalized disappointment in the amount of time it took campus officials to release a statement. A moderated forum was held last Thursday to give further opportunity for students to speak on the topic.    Dear ‘Dear Knife Guy’ Guy, Okay, I get it.... Read more »

To the Guy with the Knife…

Cameron Christner, Contributing Writer

March 13, 2016

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions, Today

On Feb. 25, a male student displayed a knife during a race and gender studies class. Reports circulated that the incident was racially charged and students vocalized disappointment in the amount of time it took campus officials to release a statement. A moderated forum was held last Thursday to give further opportunity for students to speak on the topic.  Dear Knife Guy, I don’t know who you are, what your beliefs are o... Read more »

Letter from the News Editor’s mother

Tammy Sawyer, Contributing Writer

February 16, 2016

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions, Today

Basic math says U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders should be ahead in the delegate count, except he is not. According to Bloomberg, Hillary Clinton won the Iowa primary by .3 percent, with 52 delegates at stake.  Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary by 22.4 percent, with 32 delegates at stake.   Each state has superdelegates that are allowed to vote for any candidate they wish. That’s right, they do not have to ... Read more »

Letter: E­cigarettes: a tale of two stories

Diona Shelbourne, CSU East Bay

February 6, 2016

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinions, Today

I thought it was my right to smoke. When people would pass by me and cover their mouths and make a face, I would get irritated. There was enough air for everyone, why were people judging me based on my personal choice? I continued this way for 10 long years. Little did I know that my lungs were becoming dangerously fragile. So fragile that one day when I was cleaning, the combination of bleach fumes and a decade of smoking ca... Read more »