CSUSB was honored for its collaborative efforts in Homecoming 2021, one of the university’s first major live events after being forced to shut down face-to-face operations because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cal State San Bernardino’s Homecoming Week ended with the Homecoming Bash on Oct. 22 that featured games, entertainment, food, a volleyball game and the chance to connect – and reconnect – with fellow Coyotes, family and friends.
The townhall will be moderated by Ramos, who has introduced legislation in the battle against the opioid crisis and substance use disorder. The townhall takes place at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 22.
CSUSB’s Homecoming Week will feature plenty of activities for students, alumni and friends with a campus tour, food, photo booth, giveaways, beer garden and Coyote volleyball, along with various celebrations and events at both university campuses.
The Bash offered live entertainment, music, food, games, prizes, department tables, alumni chapter mixers, a kids zone, student zone and more.
The celebration, part of the Homecoming Week festivities, will give graduates of the university’s Educational Leadership Doctoral Program a chance to reconnect with each other and with the CSUSB community. It will take place from noon-3 p.m. at the Santos Manuel Student Union, Room 106B.
Baba Brinkman will bring his unconventional brand of “peer-reviewed rap” to campus from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Santos Manuel Student Union Theater on Friday, Oct. 15, as part of the university’s Homecoming Week 2021 celebration.
Coyote pride will be on full display during Homecoming Week, Oct. 11-16, which will culminate with the annual Homecoming Bash and the women’s volleyball match versus rival Cal Poly Pomona.
CSUSB students, alumni and community members will celebrate Homecoming 2020 virtually from Oct. 12-17. Attendees will enjoy fun competitions, family-friendly activities and opportunities to give back to the CSUSB community.