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Cal State East Bay in the News: July 2022

  • BY Cal State East Bay
  • July 1, 2022

Each month the Cal State East Bay News Center will share the media articles featuring the university and its faculty, staff and students. Check back as more articles are added to this running collection. 

'Hangry' Animals Succumb to Cannibalism, Study Proves

Professor Erica Wildy discusses how cannibalism among some species can be beneficial. (July 21, 2022 | Nature World News)

78 years after blast, movement to exonerate Port Chicago 50 gains traction

Professor Nicholas Baham shares what an exoneration for the Port Chicago 50 would mean for their families. (July 20, 2022 | CBS)

The Case Against NewsGuard

Professor Nolan Higdon co-authored an opinion piece arguing that NewsGuard is not the good way to train students to identify misinformation and fake news. (July 19, 2022 | Project Uncensored)

The Political Power of Pro-Choice Protests

Professor Nolan Higdon co-authored an article about political activism in the wake of Roe v. Wade being overturned. (July 19, 2022 | Yes Magazine)

Ask the Experts: Tips for Filling Up Your Rewards Tank

Professor Ivan Fedorenko provided insight on gas credit cards and rewards. (July 13, 2022 | WalletHub)

President Speaks: I was a first-gen student. Here’s what’s changed, and what work is left to do

President Cathy Sandeen discusses how the first-generation experience changed since she was an undergraduate — and how colleges can respond. (July 11, 2022 | Higher Ed Dive)

Elon Musk Backs Out of Twitter Deal

Professor Nolan Higdon discusses why Elon Musk pulled out of a deal to buy Twitter. (July 9, 2022 | NBC Bay Area)

Courageous Conversations — Parents need a plan to break negative intergenerational patterns

In her regular column, Professor Lisa Hill addresses generation patterns and how they can be broken. (July 8, 2022 | Tracy Press)

As a Black mom and diversity expert, I will not agree to disagree on Roe

Professor Amira Barger wrote an opinion piece, arguing that the right to bodily autonomy is fundamental to our freedom. (July 1, 2022 | MSNBC)