In the first of seven regularly scheduled e-editions that will be published every two weeks on Wednesdays during the semester (with an extra week around spring break), you will find:
An esports lab is coming to the library, but not everyone is excited about just where in the library it is going…
Updates and details on in-person classes resuming, which begins Monday, and mandatory testing for any students who will be attending…
A Spanish-language version story dealing with immigration reform in the era of Joe Biden as U.S. President;
A proposal to increase the health services fee $55 is on the table and there will be three virtual forms discussing it;
A story on the scholastic recognition of a former Africana Studies professor who was one of five long-time Toro faculty and employees who passed over the break.
Perspectives editor Raven Brown writes two pieces: one contemplating the positives and negatives of taking a COVID-19 test to return to campus; and another about her experience in “Dry January.”
Editor-in-chief Taylor Helmes writes a letter from the editor sharing her perspective on what the Bulletin is and why people should care;
Last semester’s EIC. Jasmine Nguyen, who digs the Bulletin so much that she’s returned as a senior editor, supplies answers to some of the questions many of you might have about this semester.
Co-sports editor Jeremy Gonzalez offers his take on maybe the major storyline of this year’s Super Bowl: the signal-callers for both teams.
ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT:
Stories about the streaming services battle for your attention (and money) and a review of one of the films that part of this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Last but not least…
Words alone cannot express the delight we feel about this: the first installment of Managing Editor Darlene Maes’ comic strip “Tails of Teddy,” featuring Baby Teddy, CSUDH’s most precocious bull, the first recurring comic strip in Bulletin history! (we think).
Read, enjoy, share, let us know what you liked or didn’t like, send story ideas our way, write a check for a million bucks to Baby Teddy, just remember that, even digitally: