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March
20,
2017
There was something about the fabrics his mom sold at swap meets that mesmerized Daniel Barron Corrales. It’s no wonder, then, that the memories he has from growing up in a sea of colors in a textually diverse environment has led the San Diego ...
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March
14,
2017
It seemed like a good idea at the time, but a move to hydroseed a hillside ravaged by the 2,000-acre Cocos fire at the edge of Cal State San Marcos is changing the natural landscape and may lead to more fires in the future. That’s the ...
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March
13,
2017
Youwen Ouyang is grateful for the Cal State San Marcos student mentors she has assisting with a grant that aims to help high school girls learn more about STEM career paths. “They’re so dedicated,” said Ouyang, CSUSM’s ...
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March
10,
2017
Education was always a point of emphasis in Maggie Kay’s family during her childhood in Kenya. So, while Kay’s parents might have been nervous about seeing her travel more than 9,000 miles to attend college, they were supportive of ...
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December
07,
2016
It may sound simple – songs loaded on an iPod – but Sean Griser knows simple things can change peoples’ lives in meaningful ways. So when his psychology field research class gave him the opportunity to put the compassionate care ...
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December
05,
2016
Catherine and Sash Matsumoto have been there from the beginning. The Matsumotos have had courtside season tickets since the inception of the Cal State San Marcos men’s basketball program – which until this year has played its ...
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December
05,
2016
Fawad Alizada doesn’t mince words when talking about the benefits of the Cal State San Marcos Faculty Mentoring Program. “The mentor program is a big reason why I am the first person in my family of 10 brothers and sisters to graduate ...
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July
12,
2016
In today’s global world, the cultural exposure and independence developed from studying in another country sets a student ahead of their peers.  Studying abroad is one of the most personally enriching and academically rewarding ...
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March
30,
2017
THIS BULLETIN IS POSTED TO ADVISE YOU OF AN INCIDENT THAT CONCERNS THE SAFETY OF THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY. PLEASE TAKE ALL NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS. A female student reported using a women’s restroom on the fourth floor of Kellogg Library at ...
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March
30,
2017
Some people celebrate graduating from college with a brief vacation. Jacob Thum, who earned his kinesiology degree from Cal State San Marcos in spring 2016, devoted months to hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, which spans the U.S.-Mexico border to ...
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March
24,
2017
Renowned pianist Ching-Ming Cheng, an associate professor of music in Cal State San Marcos’ School of Arts, will perform at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 9. Tickets are available through the ...
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March
14,
2017
Dr. Lydia Villa-Komaroff, an acclaimed molecular biologist, executive and diversity advocate, presents “From the Mexican Revolution to Biological Revolutions: My Life in Science” on Thursday, March 30 at Cal State San Marcos. The ...
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