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2022
December
05,
2022
| 12:42 PM America/Los_Angeles
It’s difficult for Kasandra Balsis to count the ways that Cal State San Marcos history professor Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall has helped her in her academic journey.When Balsis entered CSUSM’s history master’s program in the fall of 2020, the virtual f...
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November
28,
2022
| 15:07 PM America/Los_Angeles
Kim Pulvers was a doctoral student in clinical psychology at the University of Kansas in the early 2000s when she first encountered a statistic that floored her.Every year, almost half a million people die from the effects of cigarette smoking, which...
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November
17,
2022
| 14:57 PM America/Los_Angeles
It was the home that her parents had built, that she had lived in since third grade, that contained all of the countless memories she had accumulated across the decades.  When that house on Mussey Grade Road in Ramona burned down in the Cedar Fire in...
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November
10,
2022
| 12:35 PM America/Los_Angeles
Like most of the theater students at Cal State San Marcos, Elizabeth Barron entered the university wanting to be an actor. Truth be told, like most of her fellow theater students, Barron didn’t know much about what other jobs could even be pursued in...
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November
03,
2022
| 10:38 AM America/Los_Angeles
The seventh Arts & Lectures event of the fall semester features David Weiner, a filmmaker, editor and writer. The event is at 6 p.m. on Nov. 7 in the USU Ballroom. The event is free for Cal State San Marcos students, faculty, staff and alumni. Commun...
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October
25,
2022
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
California’s water year begins every Oct. 1, and as this month started, the state put a distressing cap on the driest three-year period in its history.  Alarming signs of drought are everywhere, from the early loss of snowpack in the Sierra Nevada mo...
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October
24,
2022
| 15:21 PM America/Los_Angeles
Editor’s note: This story originally ran in NewsCenter on June 27, when One (pronounced “OH-KNEE”) Reks went by the name Ashton Lawson. On Thursday at the All Peoples Luncheon, Reks was named the winner of the annual President’s Student Champion Awar...
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October
13,
2022
| 09:09 AM America/Los_Angeles
The fifth Arts & Lectures event of the fall semester features Dr. Ana Muñiz, an assistant professor at UC Irvine and a scholar-activist from Arizona’s borderland region. The event is at 6 p.m. on Oct. 17 in the USU Ballroom. The event is free for Cal...
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October
07,
2022
| 13:59 PM America/Los_Angeles
Joely Proudfit, chair of the American Indian studies department at Cal State San Marcos, is serving as a consultant for a Native-themed, animated children’s show that will debut on Netflix next week.Proudfit is the Native production consultant for “S...
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September
29,
2022
| 11:44 AM America/Los_Angeles
The third Arts & Lectures event of the fall semester features Ariana Brown, a queer, Black, Mexican American poet. The event is at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 6 on Zoom. The event is free for Cal State San Marcos students, faculty, staff, alumni and community ...
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September
28,
2022
| 13:36 PM America/Los_Angeles
The second Arts & Lectures event of the fall semester features Ran Tal, an acclaimed Israeli documentary filmmaker.  The event is at 6 p.m. on Oct. 3 in the USU Ballroom. The event is free for Cal State San Marcos students, faculty, staff and alumni....
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September
14,
2022
| 13:06 PM America/Los_Angeles
The first Arts and Lectures event of the fall semester features Ilyasah Shabazz, the third daughter of the late Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz. The event is at 6 p.m. on Sept. 20 in the USU Ballroom. The event is free for Cal State San Marcos studen...
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September
13,
2022
| 15:30 PM America/Los_Angeles
A documentary by Ran Tal, a visiting professor in Cal State San Marcos’ art, media and design department, was featured in the prestigious Telluride Film Festival earlier this month.Tal’s documentary, “1341 Frames of Love and War,” is about celebrated...
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September
12,
2022
| 15:09 PM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos anthropology professor Konane Martinez has been appointed as the new faculty director of the National Latino Research Center.As faculty director, Martinez will oversee new projects analyzing data from the 2020 U.S. Census and the...
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September
12,
2022
| 11:52 AM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos assistant history professor Suzanna Krivulskaya has been named a public fellow by the Public Religion Research Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization based in Washington, D.C.Krivulskaya was one of 16 interdisc...
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September
09,
2022
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
The way that Logan Davidson kept his demons at bay was by never stopping to consider them. He was the kind of person who lived his work and took pride in the constant thrum of action.  Then the pandemic happened, and the world slowed to a crawl. Livi...
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September
02,
2022
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
As part of "Voices of CSUSM," a new feature in Steps magazine, communication student Bri Phillips shares her story of overcoming challenges as a first-generation college student....
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August
29,
2022
| 12:16 PM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos is welcoming new and returning students to the start of the fall semester, which began Monday with what is expected to be the largest first-time freshman class in university history. For the first time since the pandemic began, t...
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August
22,
2022
| 15:01 PM America/Los_Angeles
A presentation by an author and educator who’s one of the daughters of Malcolm X will kick off the fall lineup of the longstanding Arts & Lectures series at Cal State San Marcos.  This season boasts a diverse selection of eight events as the universi...
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August
11,
2022
| 14:34 PM America/Los_Angeles
Matthew Atherton is a social sciences professor who has incorporated popular culture and graphic novels into his teaching at Cal State San Marcos. He’s also a huge fan of Comic-Con International, having attended the wildly popular San Diego civic ins...
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August
04,
2022
| 12:41 PM America/Los_Angeles
Salma Rodriguez had trouble choosing a topic for her final project for her audio and videography class.Rodriguez’s Cal State San Marcos classmates wanted to do their final video project on something lighthearted, but she had something different in mi...
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July
27,
2022
| 08:38 AM America/Los_Angeles
When Julia Glorioso was in third grade, she took a field trip with her classmates to visit Cal State San Marcos. The trip was a way of getting young students to think about their educational futures. But for Glorioso, this was a trip to remember. A p...
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June
27,
2022
| 08:26 AM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos will have a contingency of students and support staff walking in July’s San Diego Pride Parade for the first time since 2019.There will many returners representing CSUSM. A mixture of ages and cultural backgrounds will show the c...
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June
09,
2022
| 13:03 PM America/Los_Angeles
Mariah Wade was only 15 years old when the injuries from a traumatic car accident changed her pathway to her college decision. She bruised a soft tendon between her neck and spinal cord, which affected her ability to walk for almost three weeks. Just...
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May
16,
2022
| 11:27 AM America/Los_Angeles
A history major without much interest in American history, Katelyn Peterson decided to tap into her love of old Western films when taking a risk on a topic for a recent research paper for her class on Native California history.The risk paid off.Peter...
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May
13,
2022
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
When Nicole Nutt was expelled as a high school freshman, she spent her time continuing to do the things that got her kicked out in the first place – drinking, drugs, fighting.Nutt was allowed to return to school as a junior, but she dropped out in th...
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May
11,
2022
| 11:27 AM America/Los_Angeles
Yo trabajo con mis manos para que tu puedas trabajar con tu mente.That’s the mantra that was drilled into the head of Krystal Alvarez-Hernandez by her father when she was a child. It translates to: I’ve always worked with my hands so that you can wor...
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May
05,
2022
| 08:03 AM America/Los_Angeles
More than 4,400 students are expected to graduate from Cal State San Marcos this academic year, including six standouts from the Class of 2022 who are receiving special recognition for their achievements.Honorees were nominated by faculty or staff an...
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April
27,
2022
| 11:22 AM America/Los_Angeles
Land acknowledgements have become increasingly common at institutions around the country. They are formal statements that recognize Indigenous peoples as traditional stewards of the land and respect the enduring relationship that exists between Indig...
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April
14,
2022
| 10:54 AM America/Los_Angeles
The eighth Arts and Lectures event of the spring semester features Ericka Hart, a Black queer femme activist, writer, public speaker and award-winning sexuality educator with a Master of Education in human sexuality from Widener University in Pennsyl...
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