CSUEB Newsletter, The View: Monthly e-News for Cal State East Bay Employees and Students
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University launches news blog, widens scope of campus coverage

 
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The new blog connects with CSUEB's social media to share short news items from student events, alumni, athletics, arts and more.

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Devine, Litton are 'Distinguished Alumnus' and 'Young Alumnus' of year

 
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Patrick Devine and Robert Litton were recognized April 10 at the Presidential Scholars Benefit and Awards Gala.

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Scholarship benefit honors academic achievement, alumni accomplishments

 
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Student support gets a global twist at the annual Presidential Scholars benefit and gala April 10, featuring awards, dinner and dancing.

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Cal State East Bay brings Zipcar to Hayward campus

 
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The university's Hayward campus community has access to two automobiles from Zipcar, the world's largest car sharing service, thanks to a partnership between CSUEB Enterprise Operations, ASI, and Zipcar.

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Online directory gathers CSUEB social media tools in one spot

 
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Find CSUEB on Facebook, Twitter and more using the university's new online social media directory.

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Students create diversity mural in University Library

 
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A mural created by CSUEB alumnus Luis Andrade will be dedicated in the University Library April 14 as part of National Library Week.

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Popular business program declared impacted

 
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Growing student demand and dwindling state resources lead the university to declare impacted its most popular undergraduate major, business administration.

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CSUEB students get their kicks on Route 66

 
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Three multimedia students are experiencing the famous U.S. route through technology and a "suped-up" 1969 VW Bug.

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Train exhibition, 'Wayward,' two art shows, symphonic concert highlight spring arts

 
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Never-before-displayed model train collection, student artwork, numerous musical performances and two dance pieces entertain, intrigue audiences this spring.

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Pioneer Points

 
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Director of Athletics Debby De Angelis gives a spring sports update and previews the 2010 Hall of Fame class.

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CSUEB and alums 'In the News'

 
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Read news coverage about the accomplishments and contributions of Cal State East Bay and its alumni in the Bay Area and beyond.

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