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September
21,
2017
We've become aware that there is a malicious website masquerading as Cougar Courses. Please be careful not to go to "cougarcourses.com" instead of "cougarcourses.csusm.edu." The ".com" website appears to have
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September
21,
2017
Sponsored by the American Democracy Project at CSUSM, Speaking of Democracy is a U-hour conversation series between students and community leaders about the health of our U.S. democracy Does Your Vote Matter? A conversation about the value and
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September
21,
2017
Democracy is NOT a spectator sport! Join your fellow Cougars in becoming democratically engaged (and registered to vote!) with the League of Women Voters, the American Democracy Project at CSUSM, and ASI. Tuesday, September 26 | 12-1pm |
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September
21,
2017
October transit passes for $20 go on sale, Monday, Sept. 25 through Friday, Oct. 13 during normal business hours. Only CSUSM students with valid ID are eligible. Bring in your compass card to reload or purchase one. Be sure to have your ID card
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September
21,
2017
Save the Date . . . to celebrate CSUSM’s commitment to diversity and social justice at the annual All People’s Luncheon Thursday, Oct. 26 Noon to 1:30 p.m. USU Ballroom More information and RSVP details to come.
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September
20,
2017
Monday, Oct. 2, 8 to10 a.m.,Campus Way Circle Be Part of the Equation Donut Day starts off our Domestic/ Dating Violence Awareness Month with informational tabling to inform our campus community to then intervene and present interpersonal
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September
19,
2017
Researchers at UCSD and Cal State San Marcos are looking for participants who live in San Diego County to help understand the influence of cigarette packaging. We are looking for people who: smoke cigarettes every day are 21-65 years old are
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September
19,
2017
As many of you know, these have been particularly trying times in our country and on our campus. Taking all of this into account our Civility Café Series will be entitled " Creating Change Through Difficult Conversation." I
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September
19,
2017
In February 2001, Eric O’Neill helped capture the most notorious spy in United States history, Robert Phillip Hanssen. In today’s rapidly evolving world, modern spies are sophisticated, brilliant, devious and technologically advanced.
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September
15,
2017
The Social Justice Summit is open to all CSUSM undergraduate students. There are limited spaces available and a non-refundable $7 fee is required to complete your registration. The summit is focused on social justice and seeks a spectrum of social
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September
14,
2017
While parking on campus make sure you have a valid permit displayed at all times. Visitors to campus also need to purchase a pass. You may purchase day passes by using the PaybyPhone App, Pay-station machines or on our website You may also
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