Faculty have been speaking out about their concerns regarding each of the Student Health Center's professionals who are qualified to provide abortion by medication techniques opting out of prescribing the medication due to moral, ethical, or religious reasons.
The Student Center at CSU Stanislaus hosted an art showcase on Thursday, May 4th, featuring the works of talented students from various majors and backgrounds.
“We are therefore Christ's ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ's behalf, be reconciled to God.” 2 Corinthians 5:20
The Stanislaus Wildlife Care Center (SWCC), located in Hughson, California, celebrated the arrival of baby wild animals during its annual spring event. This five-hour fundraiser occurred only fifteen minutes up the road from CSU Stanislaus on April 15th.
“You're listening to KCSS, the Valley's true alternative" bellows a disc jockey over the airwaves of 91.9 FM, CSU Stanislaus's very own college radio station. Run by and for students and members of the community, the radio station remains a relatively unfamiliar facet of the campus community…
CSU Stanislaus hosted its annual Warrior Welcome on April 15. The event was put on for potential warriors to accept admission, tour the campus, and have some fun.
Oftentimes moms find themselves having trouble alleviating the stress of such a strenuous role. Stan Stan Alumni, Mariela Vasquez, has come up with a collaborative and empowering plan to untie moms to live healthy and active lifestyles.
On April 26 and May 10 from 10am to 12pm, Basic Needs will host a drive-up food distribution located at the University Circle to provide food for CSU Stanislaus students.
Fraternities, sororities, and other campus groups play a large part in the lives of students, colleges, businesses, and society. Fraternities and sororities can open doors for students to have larger roles on their campus and in their future careers.
All students and faculty may receive lots of free stuff and interact with the campus community at CSU Stanislaus by attending Warrior Wednesdays, which take place every Wednesday from 11 am-1 pm in the quad. Stop by to show some Warrior Spirit and learn about campus resources, clubs, and org…
The Criminal Justice Club at Stanislaus State is a student-led organization that meets every Wednesday at 4 pm at Bizzini Hall in room 208. The club aims to educate its members about the criminal justice system and career opportunities by hosting guest speakers from various areas.
On April 12th, 2023, Stan State's Eco Warriors Club held their annual Clothing Swap during Warrior Wednesday in the quad.
CSU Stanislaus hosted "Conversations with Warrior Authors and Artists" in March, which took place both in person and on Zoom. Jesse Wolfe hosted Ryan Logan and Sebastian Sclofsky for an interview on both of their books.
Student organizations at CSU Stanislaus are working toward improving the consistency, quality, price range and service of the campus’ primary catering business, Chartwells, while simultaneously advocating for the expansion of clubs’ freedom to order from third party vendors.
In the spirit of Black History Month, CSU Stanislaus held the Fifth Annual Black Power Matters Festival on February 22. This is the first time since 2020 that this festival has been held in-person.
Spring is back and so are the allergies. CSU Stanislaus students share how they are affected by them as well as the impact they have on their school work.
Stanislaus county has now moved into the green tier due to the amount of covid cases declining. While Stanislaus county is in the green tier, masks are no longer required to be worn in classes on the CSU Stanislaus Turlock campus.
The Warrior Express is a free electric shuttle service offered at CSU Stanislaus for students to more efficiently get around campus after regular business hours. Currently, the shuttles are available Monday through Friday from 6-11 p.m, which excludes non-instructional days and recognized holidays.
"The Power of Feedback: How Penumbra Writing Workshop Can Help You Improve Your Writing through Peer Critique"
On March 10th, Penumbra hosted a writing workshop. This event attracted students who share a passion for writing. Penumbra plans to host future events during the months of March and April. Students are encouraged to come together and share ideas, along with getting feedback on current material.
CSU Stanislaus students were asked about their thoughts on campus inclusivity, what campus locations and organizations they believe are welcoming, and if the campus should make any changes to make things more inclusive.
After high school College is the next big step. It gives people the opportunity to explore their passions and figure out where they fit in this society we live in.
Teachers are supportive pillars for a student’s success. They encourage, provide and assist in change geared toward growth. CSU Stanislaus is filled with ambitious aspiring teachers who hope to unite with this change.
Get your kitchen utensils ready for CSU Stanislaus's NOONtrition live cooking demonstration on February 24th through Zoom.
Many CSU Stanislaus students park off-campus during the semester to save on parking fees. The university offers parking passes that are distributed in limited quantities, with the most affordable pass, the economy pass, which can only be used in four on campus parking locations.
The CSU Stanislaus Men's and Women's basketball teams took on Cal State Monterey Bay basketball team's last week for the Warrior's homecoming matchup.
CSU Stanislaus's Undocumented Student Services offers resources for students, alumni, staff, and family members. This program creates a safe space, accessible through the Warrior Cross Cultural Center (WCCC), located on the second level of the Library (room 203).
Coming back to college as a returning student can be both scary and exciting at the same time. After taking time off from their education, many students may feel out of touch with school life, and many wonder if it’s possible to adjust. A positive outlook and access to the right resources ca…
As students return to CSU Stanislaus this spring semester, there are a variety of opportunities presented to help get them involved. One of many approaches to branching out on campus includes staying up to date with clubs on campus and joining them.
The University Library at CSU Stanislaus worked along side the Warrior Cross Cultural Center (WCCC) to piece together the Black History Month exhibit located on the 2nd floor of the J. Burton Vasche Library this month.
On the heels of announcing her retirement this coming August, President Ellen Junn delivered her final welcome address to the CSU Stanislaus community last week. The annual semester kick-off is an opportunity for Junn and her cabinet to highlight each department’s recent accomplishments.
The Sustainable Water Resources Club at CSU Stanislaus is hoping to attract water minded students to join their ranks. One of the newest clubs on campus, the group has wasted no time looking for ways to become a successful student org.
With graduation approaching, students of CSU Stanislaus find themselves feeling eager, nostalgic, and hopeful toward stepping into the next chapter of their story. With the many lessons learned and plenty of growth obtained, seniors embody resilience and determination to complete the courses…
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…
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.
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…
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.
Dr. Jori Lindley, assistant professor of TESOL, brings her extensive knowledge of language to CSU Stanislaus's English department, training the next generation of teachers and travelers.
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…
On Nov. 19 the USS Balthazar, a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization and chapter of the Star Trek Fan Club, hosted its second Board Game Extravaganza at Modesto Centre Plaza.
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…
The CSU Stanislaus Writing Center puts together the Spanish Language Circle for students of all backgrounds to have space to connect in Spanish. On select Monday nights from 5-6 p.m., students can stop by to learn more about the Spanish language and Hispanic culture.
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.
Inflation has hit Americans 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 …
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.