Coyote Chronicle

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The Coyote Chronicle is a weekly student-run newspaper. Featured stories are written by our students. The Chronicle strives to bring issues that matter to students and we report the latest news.


Faculty Advisor

Dr. Mariam Betlemidze
 

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Faculty Advisor: Dr. Mariam Betlemidze
Editor in Chief: Jason Samp
Advertising Manager: Linda Sand

ABOUT THE CHRONICLE

The Coyote Chronicle has been the award-winning independent student voice of California State University, San Bernardino since 1965.

The staff of writers and editors are solely comprised of students of CSUSB. It is the goal of the Coyote Chronicle to bring local, relevant, timely, and interesting material to readers interested in news at CSUSB and beyond. 


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You too can be a contributor to the Coyote Chronicle. We are the campus student-run newspaper and we want to hear from you. We have a featured area on the back of all of our issues for student works called "Expressions." Submit your work today... 

FAQ

Yes! If you are a student on campus, you can enroll in the Communications 243A practicum class, which is our base for staff writers. We suggest taking Comm 240 before enrolling so that you better understand news style writing, but it is not required. If you are not a student, but are faculty, employee,  one of our dear readers, or a student who is unable/unwilling to take Comm 243A you can submit articles to the Chronicle. All submitted stories, or letters to the editor will be reviewed by the editorial staff and the Chronicle has no obligation to print submitted material. The Chronicle reserves the right to edit or reject all materials submitted to the paper.

Yes! We have staff photographers and our writers also shoot their own photos, so perhaps you want to join the class? See above answer. If you still want to take photos outside of the Comm 243A class then contact our newsroom. All submitted photos, or art will be reviewed by the editorial staff and the Chronicle has no obligation to print submitted material. The Chronicle reserves the right to edit or reject all materials submitted to the paper.

Yes, we can work out arrangements for those seeking to draw political cartoons or funnies by contacting our Administrative Assistant Linda Sand at lsand@csusb.edu.

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Yes! Our back cover is dedicated to a feature called "Expressions" made specifically for this purpose, to give YOU a voice and a space to share your most creative ideas! Please submit your materials to us today!

No! All are welcome! There are many great reasons why people interested in history, business, science, and more, could be great assets to what we are doing here at the Coyote Chronicle. We welcome students from all majors.

As soon as possible! We recommend getting started with our team early on in your time with us at CSUSB. The sooner you get started, the more time you have to advance within our organization and the more you have to add to your resume!

News

Student Paper Receiving Award by College Media Association

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The department wants to congratulate the Coyote Chronicle for Excellence in Student Media. The paper received a 2nd place award for a news story and a 3rd place award in promotions/social media/single event awarded by the California College Media Association (CCMA). The winners will be...

Coyote Chronicle Livestreaming at Media Literacy Event Nov. 14

Film Screening: Digital Disconnect
Streaming LIVE on Coyote Chronicle Facebook, a screening of the discussion following Digital Disconnect: Fake News, Privacy and Democracy facilitated by T.C. Corrigan and Rod Metts, Dept of Comm Studies. Link: https://www.facebook.com/CoyoteChronicle/videos/251763955492994/ “Based on the...

Napalm Girl Guest Speaker Event

Pulitzer Prize Winner Nick Ut to Speak Oct. 1
Photojournalist Nick Ut's iconic 1972 Vietnam War photo of 9-year-old Kim Phuc, "Napalm Girl," hugely influenced public opinion and won the Pulitzer Prize, but his work doesn't end there. An AP photographer for over 51 years, he collaborates frequently with Raul Roa at the LA Times...

RESCHEDULED Pulitzer Prize Winner Nick Ut to Speak at CSUSB Oct. 9

Photojournalist Nick Ut's iconic 1972 Vietnam War photo of 9-year-old Kim Phuc, "Napalm Girl," hugely influenced public opinion and won the Pulitzer Prize, but his work doesn't end there. An AP photographer for over 51 years, he collaborates frequently with Raul Roa at the LA Times...

Coyote Chronicle Newspaper Gets Fourth Place at Annual Associated Collegiate Press Awards Contest

The Coyote Chronicle newspaper takes home a fourth place award at the 2018 Associated Collegiate Press Associated Collegiate Press Awards Contest, a big honor for the campus newspaper of California State University, San Bernardino. This “Four-Year Less-Than-Weekly...

Professor Betlemidze Presents New Technology - 360-degree video - at Faculty Center for Excellence

Ever since the video documentary "Clouds over Sidra" boosted donations for UNICEF, 360-degree video has been marketed as an “empathy machine.” 360-degree video, also known as spherical video, is an immersive technology that enables the recording of video shots in all directions. This...

Coyote Chronicle Available in Web, Print and Email

The Coyote Chronicle is the student newspaper for California State University, San Bernardino, and is supported by the Department of Communication Studies. Students can also join the chronicle, become a photo or story contributor to the Chronicle, or submit their creative works to "...