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…
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.
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.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Stan State has implemented a number of changes to ensure the health and safety of the many students, faculty and staff who are still coming to campus on a regular basis.
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…
The Free Application for Financial Student Aid, or FAFSA as it is most commonly known, is vital to helping low-income students be able to afford the expenses that come with higher education.
On Wednesday July 15th, a virtual meeting was held for all administration, staff, faculty and students on behalf of the President’s Commission on Diversity and Inclusion (PCDI). There was also a meeting held on July 1st that addressed the same topics of how Stanislaus State can continue to c…
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,…
On Wednesday May 27, Stan State president Ellen Junn held a University Town Hall meeting via Zoom in order to answer questions concerning the Fall 2020 semester and how it has been altered by the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
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…
During Tuesday's virtual CSU board meeting, California State University Chancellor Timothy White revealed that nearly all instruction and activities planned for the 2020 fall semester will be held virtually.
The statewide organization of Students for Quality Education (SQE) held a press conference Friday afternoon presenting a list of demands for the CSU System and the State of California.
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…
Valentine’s Day is a day of love, affection, romance, spending time with loved ones and showing appreciation through gifts. However, this holiday goes deeper than just Costco sized teddy bears, red roses and chocolate covered strawberries.
ASI crowned it's homecoming court during Thursday nights 2020 Homecoming basketball game. Several members of Stan State's campus community joined in for the excitement, with many of them cheering for their respective participating sororities and fraternities.
A buzz of excitement ran through Stan State's campus on January 27, at 11 a.m. Students gathered around eagerly to witness the grand opening of the new Stan State Student Center.
Our modern world is becoming a shared community. We share rides with Uber and Lyft. We share homes with Airbnb. We collaborate on Google Docs. Co-living is becoming more popular in expensive urban areas such as London, New York, and San Francisco, where one can rent a private room but share …
On Monday morning, the new university bookstore opened in the midst of the construction of the Student Union building. The bookstore was opened at 7:45 a.m. PST.
Our Campus Police Department has gone above and beyond for our bike safety by implementing effective safety precautions. According to Lieutenant Cheri Silveira, within the last three years, the number of bikes stolen has gone from 27 to only four.
Diana Avalos, ASI government coordinator and representative for Stanislaus State at the Cal State Student Association (CSSA), attends monthly meetings being the voice of students at the state, local and federal levels.
Last Wednesday, Stan State Faculty and Students witnessed a timed cooking competition known as the “chopped” cooking challenge. The contest took place at the quad near main dining.
Last Thursday, on the night of Hallow’s Eve, Stan State students participated in a four-hour costume party, led by the Student Recreation Center and student volunteers. Many students had fun playing board and card games.
The Rape Aggression Defense Course at CSU Stanislaus is a two-day informational and physical defense course for women. It is held around four times a year for 6 hours each day.
Even with Stanislaus State having a strict alcohol policy, off campus parties with the presence of alcohol consumption still exist. It’s virtually impossible to keep these types of parties from taking place, but there are ways to ensure that those attending these events stay safe, and that’s…
As the Stan State Democrats hosted their second Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate Watch Party, conversations regarding politics filled the air and guests ate, eagerly waiting for the debate to start.
On Monday morning, Stanislaus State held an oak tree planting ceremony on the grass area east of Naraghi Hall to acknowledge the fact that the campus is built on the traditional lands of the Yokuts Nation.
All Stan State staff and faculty were invited to take advantage of delicious barbecue and meet with many of the school’s student athletes and coaching staffs during Tuesday’s 3rd Annual Warrior Athletics and Faculty Meet-And-Greet event.
The red painting of a sidewalk near the Stanislaus State campus has raised questions and concerns from Stan State commuters and the school’s neighboring residents. The main concern that people have is how much needed parking space has been taken away.
Stan State welcomed first-year students to campus with a two day and one-night orientation this past Monday. Since 2018, Stan State has become one of ten CSUs to host an overnight orientation for incoming first-year students.