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How journaling changed my life

How journaling changed my life

I started my first journal at the age of 11. It began as something I would do each day, where I wrote about my friends, my crush, things that made me angry, and hobbies that I was into at the time.  It was something that I did for fun, and it was something that I...

Why my high school needs a journalism class

Why my high school needs a journalism class

No journalism class will be offered at my high school next year. Last year, the journalism class was going to be cut. It was decided that it would stay, but it would be taught by a teacher that had not taught the subject before. With no journalism class to produce...

Got SPED?

Got SPED?

SPED stands for special education. Unified Sports is a program going on five years that allows special education students to participate in sports, with the help of general education. General ed and special ed both compete throughout the district against different...

Online comments: Worth the headache?

Online comments: Worth the headache?

It’s become a recycled joke—the online comments section is the place where humanity goes to die. Yet I always find myself lured to the comments of an online article, grossly curious, even though I know exactly what I’ll see: mansplaining galore, paragraphs of hastily...

Kyle Finck of LA Times meets with Chronicle staff

Kyle Finck of LA Times meets with Chronicle staff

On Oct. 31, Kyle Finck of The Los Angeles Times spoke with Coyote Chronicle student journalists at CSUSB about multimedia storytelling and ways in which independent student media can acquire an edge. Finck met with the editorial staff first at 3 p.m. in the Coyote...

Opinion: Bias in the news: Who’s to blame?

Opinion: Bias in the news: Who’s to blame?

The U.S. media has come under intense scrutiny and skepticism with the rise of fear over fake news, cyberattacks, and simply people accusing journalists of bias. Many blame news outlets for the outcome of certain events, one obviously being the outcome of the...