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The 2021 Clery report shows an overall decrease in reported crimes over the course of the past year. This decrease can in part be attributed to the lack of people being on campus since COVID-19 forced Stanislaus State to go virtual. Here are the important take always from this year’s Clery report.

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For the first time since March 2020, students will begin the repopulation process at Stanislaus State as in-person instruction and select campus services resume. Beginning on October 1, students will begin the return to what used to be considered normal and attend select classes in person.

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On September 21, Stan State’s Associated Students Inc. virtually hosted a town hall regarding the repopulation of students on campus starting October 1. Students had questions and concerns on a variety of topics including the enforcement of testing for unvaccinated students, which student se…

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Students who haven’t been on campus in the past year and a half, or possibly ever, might not realize how accessible student services are to them—whether on campus or remotely. Some services, such as meeting with advisors who can help you stay on track, are crucial to a student’s survival to …

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With the spring 2021 semester coming to an end, our first-generation Stan State students and alumni gave us valuable information for incoming first-generation students arriving for the fall 2021 semester. 

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As the semester comes to an end, students still hold questions about what next semester will look like under the current climate. When speaking to Dr. Rosalie Rush, the Associate Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs here at CSU Stanislaus, she shared the current plans for oper…

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Stan State’s Warrior Day Festival has found a way to give students a chance to have a day to catch their breath before finals and enjoy a day of excitement and fun. On May 14 (this Friday), The Warrior Day Festival is taking a virtual approach this year due to the restrictions in place for t…

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The year long lull of quarantine certainly took its toll. Being stuck at home with no school or work outlet for scenery caused burn out for a lot of us. This caused people to start exploring different avenues to make up for the time they would have usually spent outside and mingling. Quarant…

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For students attending Stan State, the current college scenery is dominated by Zoom classrooms, textbook pages, and electronic screens. It has been over a year since students have had the opportunity to get a breath of fresh air while walking the school’s campus between classes. For some, th…

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The ASI meeting held on April 27, 2021 involved updates on the Cal State Student Association (CSSA), a discussion on communication efficiency between Stan and the student body, and a breakdown of the University Police Department’s budget.

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Stan State gardening specialist Martin Hildebrandt hosted the “Spring Plant Guide” event via Zoom on April 22 in honor of Earth Day. At this event, which was livestreamed from the Stan State sustainable garden, attendees were taught how to properly plant and how to take care of plants in the…

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On Friday, March 5, Stan State's Undocumented Student Services department teamed up with the Male Success Initiative to host a conversation on Zoom about life after college. The conversation was led by a group of students that had recently graduated. They discussed their different post-colle…

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On February 26, 2021, Black Power Matters held their third annual public event: Black Power STILL Matters. They focused on how, now in 2021, Black power still matters even after the recent political change, COVID-19, and unremitting police brutality. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the event wa…

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This month, the Recognized Student Organization (RSO) President’s Meeting covered the importance of audience engagement with WarriorHub profiles and events. In the meeting tips and ways to involve more members in your group, organization, or club were discussed.

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Hopping online to see that another famous name has been canceled is becoming a more common occurrence for many individuals thanks to the widespread reach of the Internet. Students may find the latest instance of cancel culture trending on their Twitter or Facebook feeds at any given time, al…

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On February 12, Stan State's campus network systems went down due to hardware failure. Despite backup systems becoming available the following day, these technical difficulties had many campus services unavailable for days, including the on-campus Wi-Fi that many students have been using thr…

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On Tuesday, February 24, the ASI Board of Directors had their weekly meeting to discuss the plans for the fall 2021 semester. Provost Kimberly Greer came to talk further and answer questions about what could be expected going into the semester. 

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Stan State’s 2020 annual security report, also known as the Clery Report, has been released, providing members of the campus community with statistics on recent on-campus crimes, such as motor vehicle thefts, liquor law violations, sexual assaults, burglaries and more.

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As we venture into the first days of the spring 2021 semester, students have the chance for a fresh start.

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Switching out single-use items for reusable and eco-friendly alternatives has positive impacts not only on the planet, but it can also add some relief to your wallet over time. 

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For Stan State students who are currently on-campus residents, housing will remain open during the winter break (from December 19th to January 2nd) at no extra cost to the student.

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The Stan State Writing Center is a helpful resource for many students, which should not be overlooked during distance learning. It is rare that a career does not involve writing in some manner, and even more rare that writing does not factor into one’s daily life. So whether you’re a freshma…

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Despite Stan State's transition to predominately virtual instruction and activities, many resources are still available to students in an online format. Associated Students Incorporated (ASI) hosted a “Taco 'Bout It” event via Zoom to showcase the virtual services being offered by Psychologi…

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Virtual media has been on the rise for many years now, finding its way into every home and suffusing the daily lives of many. This year especially the Internet has taken center stage as a necessity for staying connected and informed.

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With social distancing orders and other COVID restrictions, this Halloween will be looking very different for a lot of people, but that doesn’t mean that spooky season canceled all together. A few fall lovers are getting creative this year with their October festivities. Whether you prefer c…

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In the midst of the pandemic, students living on campus have become subject to a new normal of restrictions where they once had guaranteed expectation of connection. This obligatory separation from their peers and deference from an established normal has held a distinct impact on their mentality.

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Stan State’s Faculty Mentor Program hosted a Zoom event on Friday, September 25th which consisted of Kahoot games and other social activities. The semester's first meeting was filled with contagious laughter amongst the faculty and peers.

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On September 10 at 6:15 p.m., President Ellen Junn sent an email announcement to the campus community announcing that the spring 2021 semester will continue to be primarily virtual. “Today Chancellor White has asked all campuses to share the announcement that all 23 California State Universi…

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California is known for being diverse. With a population breakdown of 39.3% Hispanic or Latinx, 36.8% White, 15.3% Asian, 6.5% Black or African American, 1.6% Native, and 0.5% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, it’s definitely home to people from all walks of life. Here in the Central Valley,…

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With the country's economy closing for the most part in response to the coronavirus, it is no secret that millions of Americans have been experiencing financial strain. 

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On May 12, it was announced that all California State University campuses would continue virtual instruction and activities for the 2020 fall semester. In the first Stan State University Budget Advisory Committee (UBAC) meeting since the announcement on Friday, campus leaders provided some i…

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Transfer students coming to Stanislaus State try their best to make a graceful transition into this new campus life, but they may encounter a few hiccups along the way. Whether it be not knowing when to transfer, wondering which classes and units are transferable, or something more simple li…