Education

CSU future is envisioned by Chancellor Castro

As the pandemic strings along, the wheels of the California State University (CSU) keep on turning. With thousands of people enrolled in classes all...

Zoom in … Zoom out?

The California State University (CSU) System announced that “it is planning for an anticipated return to delivering courses primarily in-person starting with the Fall...

California State University appoints the first Mexican American chancellor

During an academic school year led under the unprecedented and ever-shifting policies pertaining to COVID-19,  the California State University (CSU) system revealed a big...

Indigenous history is revealed in “The Forgotten Slavery of Our Ancestors”

Teaching Tolerance hosted a Q&A session with the filmmakers of “The Forgotten Slavery of Our Ancestors,” on Oct. 7. The film, which is approximately...

California college students fight for more refunds with class action lawsuit

Students of the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) systems have filed a class action lawsuit against their colleges, due to...

Education Abroad Fair informs students about going international

The College of International Programs at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) held an Education Abroad Fair on Feb. 19 to encourage students to...