CSUEB Newsletter, The View: Monthly e-News for Cal State East Bay Employees and Students
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Shuttle service for students and employees begins July 1

 
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The weekday bus, free for students, faculty and staff, will run between the Hayward campus and Hayward BART station, following changes in AC Transit services.

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Pioneer baseball player Devin Grigg drafted by Minnesota

 
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Devin Grigg, senior outfielder and pitcher, was selected in the 17th round of the Major League Baseball Draft by the Twins.

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CSUEB switches to bio-friendly cleaning products

 
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Replacing potentially harmful chemicals with environmentally-safe cleaning products has proven positive for Cal State East Bay.

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Shakespeare's 'The Tempest' to be staged July 23-25 at CSUEB

 
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The summer theater season opens on the Hayward Campus with new look at a Shakespeare classic.

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CSUEB president talks with NPR's 'Morning Edition' about his native Afghanistan

 
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Mo Qayoumi reflected on his life as a youngster in Afghanistan and how much has changed in his native country today.

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Pioneer Points

 
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Director of Athletics Debby De Angelis shares an update of summer activities in the Athletics Department.

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CSUEB and alums 'In the News'

 
CSUEB and alums In the News

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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