The Charger Bulletin

Whats the Deal with Prerequisites?

What’s the Deal with Prerequisites?

Marissa Rosado, Staff Writer February 1, 2018

When students enter a university or college for the first time, they constantly hear their professors and counselors telling them to get their prerequisite classes out of the way. But why do we need to...

Afro-Latinos Are Hispanic, Too

Afro-Latinos Are Hispanic, Too

Mitsouki Garvey-Sanchez, Staff Writer February 1, 2018

“Afro-Latina” refers to a person who is Latin American and identifies with significant African ancestry. People tend to be confused about individuals who consider themselves Afro-Latina and do not...

Is there really no such thing as a stupid question?

Kayla Katt April 9, 2014

The relationship between students and professors goes both ways; students should be respectful of their professors and professors should be respectful of their students. As a science major, I have come...

Fed up (or not fed at all) with Sodexo

Patricia Oprea September 11, 2013

I’m not one to complain… like ever. More often, people are confused as to why I’m happy all the time. But that’s beside the point, because this isn’t a complaint as much as a description of a...

Why Going to the Gym by Yourself is Actually Really Great

Elissa Sanci September 4, 2013

    Two years ago, the worst thing I could have ever done was workout by myself. I was scared to make a fool of myself in front of people I didn’t know and I lacked motivation. I would rely on others...

50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” Speech

Samantha Mathewson September 4, 2013

Fifty years ago this week, Martin Luther King Jr. led the March on Washington to deliver his “I Have a Dream Speech” in order to shed light on the political and social challenges African Americans...

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