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|Monday, November 29th, 2010|
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|Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009|
Brush fire in the east bay hills right now, so far just 7 acres Google maps
|Saturday, January 24th, 2009|
I'll research this more later, but figured I'd ask you first. Do you know of any schools on the west coast with a similar program to the Science Writing Masters at JHU? http://tinyurl.com/byqs2k
|Sunday, August 12th, 2007|
Does CSUH have campus wifi?
|Friday, January 5th, 2007|
I'm pondering taking two or three online and one meatspace class at Chabot this year, in preparation to transfer to CSUH when possible, perhaps next fall or spring. I haven't been in college for awhile, all the classes are in subjects that should be pretty easy for me, and I really can't take fulltime on campus. For a variety of reasons, I need to be home or flexible more, and if I can't take the classes online, I can't possibly take more than six units. (Only the meatspace class is required for my major, the rest are "for fun," useful background information. One is very much an "easy A" for my GPA, but would still be a lot of fun.)
Now I have friends telling me that despite their being more flexible, web-based classes are a lot
harder, and that by taking a full time schedule with 75% of the classes online, I might be biting off more than I can chew. What do you think? Are they that much harder? Anyone here have experience with web-based classes at Chabot?
|Tuesday, July 18th, 2006|
Fee waiver update
If you are a student employee, including TAs, working at least 10 hours, you might want to read this update I just got from the university employee union about fee waivers (read: free tuition):( Read more...Collapse )
|Friday, June 30th, 2006|
Do many people go up to CSUEB to watch 4th of July fireworks? I was thinking the Warren parking lot would be a good place, but I wonder if it gets crowded.
(I assume you can see some of the fireworks from there, right?)
|Thursday, June 22nd, 2006|
Because lots of people bike in Hayward...
“CRITICAL MASS” BIKE RIDE IN HAYWARD!
Meet At Hayward City Library (835 C Street) At 6pm On jUly 21st 2006.
Join Us For A Fun Bike Party with Music!
If You Have Any Questions Please Email:
Directions From Hayward Bart: Get on to B Street and go east until you reach Watkins St. Turn Left On Watkins For One Block and The Library Will Be On Your Left.
¡“CRITICAL MASS” PASEO DE BICICLETA EN HAYWARD!
Encuéntrese En la Biblioteca de Ciudad Hayward (835 Calle C) En 6pm el 21 de julio de 2006.
¡Afíliese a Nosotros Para un Partido de Bicicleta de Diversión con la Música!
Si Usted Tiene Alguna Pregunta Por favor Envíe por correo electrónico:
Direcciones de Hayward Bart: Encuentre la Calle B y vaya el este hasta que usted alcance Watkins San. Dé vuelta a la izquierda En Watkins Para un Bloque y la Biblioteca Será a Su Izquierda.
Please, if you have a bike and want to take action against the accumulating emissions from cars, take an evening and ride with us!!!
|Tuesday, May 9th, 2006|
Room for rent
NOT my room--I don't have any more information than this; I am just passing it along for a friend. Please contact the e-mail address below if you're interested. :)
$365 Room for Rent
* Shiny, Large, Clean Living Room
* Plus Utilities
* Deposit Only $200
* 5 minutes walk to CSUEB
* Female Preferred
* No Smoking or Drugs
You're gonna share the apartment with two nice girls.
Available from June 17th.
For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Tuesday, April 11th, 2006|
i'm thinking of perhaps transferring to csu east bay from ucsc. how's the campus like? are people friendly? how's the city? are there plenty of things to do? what do people do on their spare time? i just don't want to be bored up there.
also, how's the photography program up there? good? fair?
|Thursday, April 6th, 2006|
If you're annoyed by the ridiculous amount of downtime on vital student websites such as e-SAILOR and MyInfo, you can leave feedback here:https://reggie.csueastbay.edu/webreg/html/feedback.html
email@example.com might be worth contacting, to.
I really can't understand why the services need to--what, sleep?--for so many hours each day. Of the three other university systems I'm familiar with, two were only closed rarely (for specific maintenance), and the other was only inaccessible between 2 and 3 AM. Why must access to this information at CSUEB be so restricted? All I want to do is view and print out my schedule. Without proof of full-time enrollment at the conference I'm going to tomorrow, I may not be able to get in.
|Tuesday, February 21st, 2006|
Public management graduate program question
Can anyone tell me about the public management graduate program at East Bay State?
I've read the program requirements but I just want to talk to someone about the courses and whether it is a good program or not.
I know I could go to the campus and talk to an advisor but I'd really appreciate some inside info before I make an ass of myself.
Thanks a bunch.
|Saturday, February 18th, 2006|
I've checked the university calendar, and as far as I can tell, this Monday (President's Day) is not a holiday at CSUEB. This is baffling assaultdoor
because state employees get the day off, and CSU staff are technically state employees, so ... I just wanted to double-check. We have to go to school, right?
|Monday, February 6th, 2006|
Exchange to CSU Hayward?
I'm looking for a bit of advice at the moment and hoping one (or several) of you can help me out. I'm currently a student at Florida International University
in Miami, Fl. I'm getting ready to apply for the National Student Exchange
program for the Fall 06 / Spring 07 school year. I'm (at least very heavily considering being) a Journalism/Art (or Art History) double major
with a minor in Sociology/Anthropology
(they both count as 1 combined minor at my university). I've got the list down to a couple of schools, but still don't have my heart set on one specific college. This is where you come in.
I'm trying to decide between schools on a number of factors.
1) What is the Journalism program like? The Art/Art History program? Or does your school not offer these programs (so far from what i've seen I think all the school's i'm considering do).
2) What has been your general experience within your school when it comes to the quality of the education, the professors (their willingness to work with you, their experience, etc), the campus environment, etc?
3) I don't drive at the moment and will most likely not have a car wherever I transfer to. How is the public transportation situation in your area?
4) Dorms. I'd probably have to stay in them (at least the first semester). Any info? Are there single rooms available or are room mates required? Solo showers or shared? Any weird restrictions (curfews or problems with guests, etc)? How's the off campus living situation? Rent ranges and such?
5) Jobs. Hard to get in the area? Same as most places? Easy to get on campus work?
6) Meal plans on campus? Necssary? Worthwhile? Wide variety of food or not really? I'm a vegetarian, somewhat inclined to veganism if that helps your answers out.
7) Anyone reading this currently on the exchange program, going to be part of it, or been in the past? Any advice/information you could share with me?
8) Last but not least: Anything else I should know?
Sorry for such a lengthy post. Thanks soooo much to anyone who takes the time to read (and respond) to this. And any ALL comments are much appreciated! And i'll let you know if I end up deciding on your school for the Fall. :)PS. Any pictures of the area, campus, dorms, etc would be MUCH appreciated as well.
x-posted in several communities, sorry.
(and if this post is inappropriate to the community, please let me know and i'll take it down asap)
|Tuesday, January 3rd, 2006|
|Monday, December 26th, 2005|
I was admitted to an MA program starting this winter quarter, but after the admission letter I got nothing else. Shouldn't there be some info on enrolling in health insurance, getting a student ID, etc.?
I'll try contacting them tomorrow, but ... Current Mood: worried
|Tuesday, November 8th, 2005|
Alpha Phi Omega presents:
Friday Nov. 11 - CSU East Bay, Hayward campus
Music Building - Recital Hall Help From The Hills
: a multicultural benefit concert for hurricane relief!
5pm - 9pm, all ages
$5 - $10 sliding scale donations accepted
tickets may be purchased in advance at the bookstore, or upon entrance
schedule of performers:
Varsha Saxena (pianist) 5pm
JC Rodrigo (rock) 530pm
Jeff (folk) 6pm
Natalie Amaya (latin rock) 630pm Estereo
Flamespittaz (hip hop) 730pm
Interlude (rock) 8pm
Polynesian dance troupe 830pm
|Thursday, October 13th, 2005|
The Bad Plus at CSU East Bay
The Bad Plus
Saturday, October 29th at 8pm
The Bad Plus has created one of the most original sounds in contemporary music. Ethan Iverson (piano), Reid Anderson (bass), and David King (drums) make up the audacious, rule-breaking jazz trio that crunches and at times pulverizes swing to let improvisational freedom shine.CSU East Bay University Theatre
(25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard, Hayward)All tickets $10
Tickets and Information: (510) 885-3167
(This is going to be a great show!)
(x-posted to eastbay
|Monday, September 26th, 2005|
Fully furnished room for rent
I have a fully furnished room for rent in a 2 bedroom/2 bathroom/2 story townhouse in Hayward/San Leandro border. It is located between highways 580 and 880, 10-15 minutes from the BART station and Cal State East Bay (formerly CSU Hayward)
The house is carpeted and fully furnished. Downstairs consist of the living room and a good-sized kitchen. Upstairs consist of the 2 bedrooms. There is also a washer and a dryer in the garage.
Your room is fully furnished with a full-size bed, a small couch, a table, a TV/DVD combo and a small dresser. It also has a nice size closet and your own private bathroom.
Rent of $550 includes access to the following:
Cable internet connection
Use of washer and dryer (no more saving and finding quarters for the Laundromat!)
You will be sharing the house with me and my boyfriend, who will be occupying the other bedroom. I am 26 years old (he is 27) and we both work full time, so we’re only home at night. We are laid back and quiet. We go out for movies and dinners a few times during the week. There is also an indoor cat (fully house trained) and a small dog (chihuahua/terrier mix) that stays in the garage.
The room is available immediately. If you are interested, please feel free to contact me. Thank you!
|Tuesday, September 20th, 2005|
Have you taken the Hillhopper
? Is it reliable and useful?
(And if you're thinking "Why wouldn't it be?"--let me tell you about my undergrad school. :p)