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Spring 2021 semester decision

by Victoria Maneske  On Sept. 10, CSU Chancellor Timothy White sent out a letter to all the faculty, staff and students of the CSU system, confirming that all CSU campuses will continue forward with primarily virtual instruction and reduced campus housing populations for the spring semester beginning in January 2021. This was in consideration with the […]

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CI shows commitment to sustainability

by Victoria Maneske  On June 24, CI received a gold rating, the second-highest rating, in the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System program by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education in Camarillo. This recognition was earned through strong commitment in sustainability practices along with engagement, planning and administration and innovation and leadership. […]

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Adopt-a-Grad Campaign

by Sergio Mercado  Following a turbulent school year, the CI Foundation started the Adopt-a-Grad campaign in an effort to help graduates entering the workforce during unprecedented circumstances.   The Adopt-a-Grad program is a fund started by the CI Foundation to help recent graduates. It is also a recognition of the challenges the class of 2020 has faced. […]

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Students attend CSUnity to learn about leadership and advocacy

by Sergio Mercado  On Aug. 9, students representing CI attended CSUnity, a virtual conference, to learn about leadership and advocacy in the California State University system.   Although CSUnity 2020 has already passed, there are still several opportunities available for students interested in getting involved in advocacy and student leadership. CSUnity is an annual conference held by the California State Student Association (CSSA), […]

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What to expect for fall semester

by Victoria Maneske CI has enacted a unique plan for the fall 2020 semester to ensure the maximum safety requirements are met for students, faculty, and staff during the current pandemic. The plan has been thoroughly assembled by various programs and departments such as CI’s Environment, Health & Safety office, Facilities Services, Public Safety, Human Resources and Disability Accommodations & Support Services. Ventura […]

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CI budget decrease due to pandemic

by Jazzminn Morecraft The CSU system has started to brace itself for a powerful economic hit due to the pandemic.   For months, individuals have had to deal with layoffs, furloughs and businesses closures due to the change in our economy, and the CSU system is no different. In a memo from Chancellor Timothy P. White, he stated, […]

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Letter from the editor

by Jazzminn Morecraft Welcome back to another academic year Dolphins! We at The CI View are wishing you the best on your first week back to school and throughout the semester. While everything might seem different at the moment, there is one thing that will always remain the same: The CI View striving to bring […]