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A legacy enriched

John M. Pfau will always be remembered in Cal State San Bernardino’s history as a visionary dedicated to providing a quality education to students. But he is also remembered as a man of firsts.

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The versatile specialist

Cindi Pringle, whose work at Cal State San Bernardino spanned 27 years and a host of professional hats, is spending this holiday season saying goodbye to hundreds of colleagues. The CSUSB associate vice president for development retired in mid-December.

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Glimpses of Egypt

A rare New Kingdom Shabti Figurine of a High Priest of Ptah (attached to a stela), a group of papyrus documents and beautiful Ancient Egyptian jewelry. These are among the 25 new and previously loaned objects now a part of RAFFMA’s permanent collection.

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No reservations

Four years ago, James and Judy Watson led a fundraising campaign to construct a new building that could accommodate the growing graduate-student population for the College of Education at Cal State San Bernardino. The campaign raised an astonishing $3 million for the building and helped open its doors in 2008. By raising such a large sum, the Watsons truly demonstrated the passion they have for contributing to the community.

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