CSU faces second tuition increase in less than two years

“When education is under attack, what do we do? Stand up fight back!” is what students chanted outside of Governor Jerry Brown’s office during...

EO 1100 forums

On Wednesday, Feb. 28 and March 2, students, faculty and Academic Senate members attended forums which helped educate those who did not know about Executive Order (EO)...

Chancellor responds to proposed tuition hike

On April 20 Timothy White, the Chancellor for all of the California State Universities sent out a letter to all addressing an upcoming tuition...

Advice for buying books on a budget

It is the start of a new year here at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB). This might be your first semester or your...

Registration information

Spring Break has come and past, and the last few weeks of the semester are here. With only a few weeks left of spring semester, that...

Academic Senate picks GWAR option

The California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) Academic Senate voted to move forward with an option that would allow graduate writing assessment requirement (GWAR) courses to be...

GE revisions open debate on student success, university requirements

California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) faculty have been working to revise the general education (GE) curriculum, in response to an executive order from the CSU...

Summer in Spain

Imagine studying abroad and earning course credit for it. SBS 485S: Global Citizenship: Applied Research and International Service Learning in Rural Communities (6 units) is...

Financial Aid Office

As the new school year begins and deadlines approach, many students begin to worry about financial aid and the details concerning it that are...

CSUMB is sunsetting the Integrated Studies Special Major

As of May 26, 2017 CSUMB stopped taking incoming ISSM (Integrated Studies Special Major) students, and the major is now being sunset after Spring...

Non-traditional warriors

This article contains content only available on our website. To continue reading from the print version, click here. “I saw a student changing her baby...

Volunteers needed to be writing coaches

The National Steinbeck Center is presenting 15th annual Steinbeck Young Authors Program’s Day of Writing on Monday, March 5 and needs volunteer writing coaches....

DeVos claims policy for student loan forgiveness harmed

We’ve all had to borrow money at some point in our lives. When the matter turns to federal loans however, there are quite a...

Midterm stress relievers

It’s no secret that college is stressful, and finding ways to cope with the various stressors can be difficult. Many students at California State...

Student forums on GE revisions Feb. 28 and March 2

Students are encouraged to attend one of two upcoming forums regarding the changes to the California State University, Monterey General Education (GE) curriculum. Students...

A CSUMB student’s experience on studying abroad

There are many reasons as to why a student may not want to study abroad “be it lack of money, familial distance or personal...

Model 14 Revised at Latest Academic Senate Meeting

Just days before Spring Break and the scheduled vote to select the new General Education (GE) curriculum for California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB),...

Research and intellectual curiosity at CSUMB

California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) is the second youngest and second smallest of the 23 member statewide university system, but its research presence...

January Cornelius Earns President’s Award

January Cornelius has earned the President’s Award for Exemplary Student Achievement, the highest honor a student can receive at CSUMB. The special accolade is...