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With the end of the semester approaching, some students may finally have more free time available and begin looking for fun things to do with friends, family, or on their own. Fear not; Turlock proudly offers a variety of recreational activities that are sure to keep students, faculty, and s…

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Turlock Transit recently introduced a new on-demand shuttle service that aims to address a frustrating yet shared experience among college students: having to rely on others for transportation.

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Over the last couple of decades, our world has been hit with many historical events. These events can shape our society in either a positive or negative way. 9/11, shootings/bombings, the Pandemic, Ukraine- Russian war, the killing of George Floyd, and so on; these moments have had a lasting…

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From exams to papers, students at CSU Stanislaus prepare for finals week in a variety of ways. Many students, faculty, and staff all look forward to the end of the semester and subsequent winter break. However, the Stan State community must power through finals week and all its stress.

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This fall semester has had some new surprises in store for the students of CSU Stanislaus. One of these new surprises is the new NASA club on campus. The club came into fruition when Dr. Horacio Ferriz, professor of geology, and Dr. Wing To, professor of physics, were awarded a $500,000 gran…

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As we wrap up the last day of classes before the Thanksgiving break, Signal reporters asked CSU Stanislaus students and staff to share their favorite recipes. The recipes vary from rich family traditions handed down through generations, to inspired dishes created by famous chefs. As the Stan…

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During the start of the week, Nov. 14, the CSU Stanislaus University Police Department (UPD) handled an issue of vandalism outside Demergasso-Bava Hall, in specific near a study area for students. 

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Inflation has hit American’s hard this year and they can expect to continue feeling the pain at the Thanksgiving dinner table next week. On average, the cost of a traditional Thanksgiving meal is expected to rise by 20% this year, according to an American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) annual…

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Books Not Bars is a student organization here at Stanislaus State that holds bi-weekly Zoom meetings from 3-4 p.m. every other Thursday. It provides helpful resources to formerly incarcerated individuals. 

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The Warrior Cross Cultural Center at CSU Stanislaus recently hosted an Internalized Oppression workshop that was available to students, faculty, and the community. Dr. Daniel Solorzano, a professor of social science and comparative education and chicana/o and central American studies at UCLA…

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Dr. Adam Devitt will serve as the new LGBTQ+ Mentorship Program Director at CSU Stanislaus. In the new role, Devitt looks to grow and capitalize on the opportunity while continuing to enrich the core values of the program.

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Veterans Day is a national holiday celebrated in the United States that honors the men and women who served our country in the armed forces. Although this day is specifically for celebrating our veterans, respect and gratitude can be shown towards our veterans year-round. 

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The Writing Center at CSU Stanislaus provides convenient, quality tutoring for students, offering help with reading, writing and grammar. Help is available to assist students with their writing at every level, from first-year to graduate students. In other words, if you need help on a paper,…

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CSU Stanislaus's is hosting a free Yoga for Wellness event at the Recreational Center basketball court through December 7. The sessions are held on Mondays and Fridays from 9 a.m. and there is no pre-registration required.Susan Brumm, clinical counselor for the Counseling and Psychological S…

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There is a saying that laughter is the best medicine. What better way to destress and wind down than by attending a comedy show - even better if it's at Stanislaus State. The Warrior Grill showcased “Live at the Grill: Comedic Relief” Oct. 20, and encouraged all students to swing by, grab a …

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With the return to in-person learning at Stanislaus State, we have re-welcomed a warm sense of community. Countless implicit connections are re-expressed, especially through our traditions, such as wearing Halloween costumes. Stan State students across campus came together this week in diver…

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Stanislaus State’s United Sorority and Fraternity council will hold its final canned food drive on Warrior Wednesday on Nov. 9. All donations and proceeds will go towards the Turlock Gospel Mission. 

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Through the arts, students of CSU Stanislaus have developed skills such as grit, perspective, and growth, while attending open art sessions that the university has to offer. Essentially, students or community members come into the open art space to practice drawing not only what's in front o…

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CSU Stanislaus alumni Natalie Hutchison and University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) participant, shares how USAC propelled her to accolades, not only in her education, but also in her professional career. 

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With daylight savings taking place on November 6 and the sun setting an hour earlier, it's important to be aware of your surroundings and keep yourself safe after dark. The recent news of a serial killer in Stockton was just another reminder to stay vigilant.

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CSU Stanislaus opened the gates to Warrior Expo Oct. 22, welcoming prospective students to experience the campus. The Expo was a two-part event where the morning consisted of curious new faces roaming campus in overcast weather and a party for the students in the afternoon filled with inflat…

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Anthony Ocampo and the Warrior Cross Cultural Center recently gave CSU Stanislaus students and local community members the opportunity to sit in on a culturally engaging talk on what’s it’s like to be a queer person of color through the “Brown and Gay in L.A” lecture and panel. 

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CSU Stanislaus's 6th Annual Indigenous People’s Day Celebration took place Oct. 13 in the student center. It was the first time the event has been held in-person since before the pandemic. Students, faculty, and community members gathered to connect with one another, share stories, appreciat…

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Assistant Professor Dr. Jennifer Cullison is a new addition to the Stan State History department. Her room is located in Bizzini Hall 118 and upon entering her office, one can see that it is decorated with a variety of things, emphasizing her bright and bubbly personality. 

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Have you ever thought that dealing with emotions is similar to Tinder swiping? We have the option to either choose to face or neglect certain emotions. And oftentimes, we do it unintentionally. Like Tinder, you are able to swipe left (not interested) or swipe right (interested) on a person. …

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Students with disabilities often face barriers to access and inclusion across college campuses. From inaccessible buildings and classrooms to a lack of support services, these students often find themselves at a disadvantage.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has published its recommendations on the new COVID-19 booster now available. With the newest variant going around, the CDC recommends getting the booster as soon as you are eligible and to get another booster every six months. The new boos…

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Stanislaus State Safety and Risk Management reported in August that cases of H5N1 virus or bird flu were identified in Stanislaus County putting farms in the area on high alert this fall. Stan State is home to a wide array of bird species. Canadian geese, being the most known of the birds on…

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The “working college student” has been a staple of campus culture for nearly as long as the institution has existed, and many students today can still be found behind registers or interning for a local business in between lectures and study groups. Stanislas State is no stranger to the worki…

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Half a mile from Stanislaus State, the Turlock Community Gardens serves as a public park and a congregation for local growers that has been built on the backs of hard-working volunteers. Two Stan State graduates who serve as members of the garden’s board of directors, President Melissa Been …

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May 14 marked the beginning of cherry season at Dell'Osso Farm, located in Lathrop. For a limited time the public can participate in cherry picking at the farm. This is the first year Dell’Osso Farm has offered the event, which will run through next weekend from 9 - 3 p.m.

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When Mariela Vazquez was a college student at Stan State, she was often under a lot of stress, pressed for time, and was continuously eating on the go. While vigorously searching for healthier options, she began to realize that nothing was nourishing or health-fixated near the campus.

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As many community members have noticed, gas prices have steadily increased in the past few months. Every person has their own ways to deal with the situation, so the Signal took a tour around the Stanislaus State Turlock campus to discuss the issue.

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Downtown Modesto Partnership has brought back DoMo First Fridays. The events, which takes place at 10th & J St in Modesto, occurs every first Friday of the month until October and brings community, vendors and dancing together. Their last event was in October of 2021 as COVID-19 had forc…

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Over the last few years, thrift shopping has become an embraced fashion trend that has allowed for the new generation to experiment with their personal style without giving in to the fast fashion trends companies tend to throw at consumers.

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The Modesto Skates roller skating event takes place at Johansen High School in Modesto every Sunday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the tennis courts. Local skaters meet at the courts, flashing colored lights and listening to hip rhythmic music.