The Cal State LA women’s basketball team failed to make the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Championship Tournament in head coach Carter Shaw’s debut season.
The Golden Eagles finished the 2014-15 season with an overall record of 11-15, 10-12 in conference play, 6-8 at home and 5-7 ... READ MORE »»
Animal rights activists rejoice because SeaWorld will be phasing out its orca show. A new informative experience will take the place of the current orca show at its San Diego Park starting in 2017, in a more natural setting with a "conservation message inspiring people to act."
The move comes after h... READ MORE »»
Students’ dream of traveling the world after college, but why wait when you can travel now?
Marina Capatino, 24, a Business graduate spent her time in school traveling while studying.
“I did a study abroad program in Australia,” Capatino said. “It was the most amazing experience, and I ... READ MORE »»
At the end of 2012, there were an estimated 914,826 persons living with diagnosed HIV infection in the United States, according to statistics from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). By 2013, there were appr... Read More »
In the past, it was standard for most students to attend college and graduate within four years. These days, students are going against the standard and taking their own graduation pace.
“I am actually a transfer st... Read More »
Photo courtesy: Abeblair.com Southern California residents found mystery in the night sky on Saturday, Nov. 7th when they looked up to see a bright streak of light moving through the sky. Witnesses of this light were not restricted... Read More »
Throughout college, a student is likely to consume an unheard of amount of fast food. Fast food is easy, cheap and quick. The industry has thrived on those three things. What are the student’s go-to... Read More »
Beautiful summer weather means outdoor workouts in Los Angeles at it’s finest. Let’s face it, Angelinos are spoiled, living in Los Angeles, citizens have the luxury of having the weather that... Read More »