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The healthiest options at the most popular fast-food chains, revealed
Dec. 5, 2022

Neal Malik, associate professor of health science and human ecology, was one of the experts in an article about the healthiest options at fast-food chains, commenting on Sonic Drive-In’s classic grilled chicken wrap, Wendy’s baked potato topped with chili, and Hardee’s/Carl’s Jr.’s charbroiled barbecue chicken sandwich.

With the sound of a bell tolling 14 times, the CSUSB community gathered together to remember
Redlands-Loma Linda Patch
Dec. 7, 2022

The College of Natural Sciences hosted its annual Day of Remembrance on Dec. 2 to honor the memories of the 14 people – including five Department of Biology and Department of Health Science alumni – who were killed seven years ago during a mass shooting in San Bernardino.

William Van Dyke, a health science faculty member, was one of those who delivered remarks.

“We face our pain headlong, not with fear but with the love that brought us to this point, the tears of unfaded memories for all our suffering that each and every one of us has had to overcome,” he said. “Be strong in your conviction. Hold tight to your faith. Never let the dark diminish the light in your hearts. And know that you are loved.”

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