Rare Bird Books publisher Tyson Cornell stepped into the crowded classroom in a tee shirt and blazer, jeans and a pair converse. A publisher of a small press company in Los Angeles, Cornell was invited to the campus to be the first guest speaker in the English Speaker Series. He was welcomed by many CI students curious about the ever day goings on of the small publication world.
The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is one of the most important student led organizations at CI. RHA is responsible for a lot of different things: listening to the on-campus students voice, putting on events for students and representing CI at a regional and national level. In the end though, they are hyper-focused on listening to the voices of the residents of CI.
The Career and Development and Alumni Engagement Center hosted their 15th Career and Internship Fair on Oct. 17. This was the second fall internship fair that has been hosted. The fall fairs average approximately 65-70 employers
Wednesday, Oct. 31 was not just a normal day for CI. “On Oct. 31, at about 11 a.m., we received a report that an assault had taken place inside the Bell Tower, on the second floor, inside the restroom,” said Michael Morris, Chief of Police at CI.
As of Oct, 4, CI is the first four-year university in California to be named a Bee Campus USA. This designation has been granted to 51 campuses across the nation so far
By: Branden Hopper and Andrew Doran A student was reportedly attacked on campus this morning by another student who brandished a hand gun. The altercation took place in a second-floor bathroom in Bell Tower. At 12:20 p.m., campus security announced the incident over the emergency notification system and warned students that the suspect was still at […]
Wool by Hugh Howey By Alex Guerra It’s a world enclosed by metal walls and damp ceilings, a world where each man and woman are assigned a role, a task, to fulfill the structure and stability of their home. This is the world of Wool, a post-apocalyptic novel by author Hugh Howey. The story is […]
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BY ANNIE KUZMANOVIC firstname.lastname@example.org If you are wondering if you chose the right school when you decided to attend CI, then your question has been answered in your favor! Our quaint University has recently received many compliments from its newest students. The freshmen and junior transfers seem to feel at home on this campus and […]