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  • Covino Gets a Passing Grade

    Covino Gets a Passing Grade

    Erron Franklin, Copy Editor

    April 24, 2017

    President Covino’s three-year review is now complete. He earned the confidence of Chancellor Timothy White and the Board of Trustees, as stated in a memo from the Office of the Chancellor. All CSU presidents undergo a review every three years, this is a first for Covino since being appointed as the Pr...

    Timothy White

    CSU

  • EOP Accused of Suppressing Dreamers Voices

    EOP Accused of Suppressing Dreamers Voices

    Ani Nalbandian, Copy Editor

    April 17, 2017

    Since the inauguration of President Trump, outwardly it seems the Cal State LA Administration has been supportive of undocumented students. However several Dreamers students have come out in opposition of this assessment. Rocio Diaz, a Peer Mentor at the Dreamers Resource Center, has filed an official...

    We Have a Dream board with inspirational messages

    Ani Nalbandian

  • Clicking with people, not computers

    Clicking with people, not computers

    J. Aaron Delgado, Photo Editor

    April 12, 2017

    The Wellness Fair brings awareness to many issues regarding the well-being of Cal State LA students. The fair hosted by the Cal State LA Student Health Center takes various and interesting approaches to reel in those walking by with a Star Wars themed wellness fair. The intergalactic theme came to light...

    Students took quizzes to test their knowledge on Sexual Health

    J. Aaron Delgado

  • Home Sweet Home

    Home Sweet Home

    Erron Franklin, Copy Editor

    April 10, 2017

    The rebel-held region of Khan Sheikhoun in North-Western Syria was hit by a suspected chemical weapon last week, killing at least 80 including nearly 30 children. The death toll is expected to rise as many of those who survived the attack are in critical condition. The attack happened in the early...

    The Syria Civil Defense rescue many of those in danger

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  • The New Face of California Politics

    The New Face of California Politics

    Ani Nalbandian, Staff Reporter

    April 6, 2017

    In 2016, California elected its first Senator in nearly 25 years and it was the first African American Senator in the state’s history. Kamala Harris overwhelmingly won the Senate seat with over 61 percent of the vote or 7,542,753 individual votes. For her 2016 campaign, Harris raised roughly $13...

    Kamala Harris acknowledges state-federal collaboration in the lawsuit against SP.

    Lonnie Tague

Politics

Heating Diplomatic Fronts

News

American Communities Program Fellows Share Research

Marcela Valdivia, Staff Reporter

On Monday April 17, the American Communities Program (ACP) held a symposium where current ACP Fellows discussed their research on the theme of “The Humanities & American Cultures Stakes and Specificities.” The A...

April 26, 2017No Comments

A Look into the Diaries of a Femme

A Look into the Diaries of a Femme

Mimi Li, Staff Reporter

What is femme and how do self-identified femmes experience the world around them? The show, Diaries of a Femme, explores what it means to be a femme, for there is no one way to be femme. Performers voiced their experiences around...

April 25, 2017No Comments

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Sports

Doubles Trouble

Doubles Trouble

Oscar Alanis, Intern

April 14, 2017No Comments

  • Golden Eagles Dominate on the tennis court March 3, 2017
  • Coach Change in the Midst of the Season February 17, 2017
  • Sweet Homecoming: Men’s and Women’s Basketball Teams Get Huge Victories February 15, 2017

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Opinion

Rhetoric or Right-Wing Revolution?

Rhetoric or Right-Wing Revolution?

Miguel Arriola, Intern

The sweeping agenda of the Trump Administration and the acrimonious divisions that have been exposed in American politics have led some to wonder about the current social...

April 24, 2017No Comments

Springing into Break

Springing into Break

April 4, 2017

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Uncaged

G.O.G.I. Strong Readers

TaJuan Chester, Contributor

My name is TaJuan Chester, Lead Facilitator for Getting Out By Going In (G.O.G.I.), a self-help group taught here on ‘A’ Yard at California State Prison, Los Angeles  Cou...

April 4, 2017

Voices from “A” Yard

Daniel Whitlow, Contributor

Deep within the heart and spirit of every human being, there exists a primordial connection to music’s dulcet reverberations, beckoning with melodic tendrils like harmonic ...

April 4, 2017

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Politics

Heating Diplomatic Fronts

Heating Diplomatic Fronts

Miguel Arriola, Intern

The U.S. missile strike on the Syrian airbase on April 6 happened when Chinese President Xi Jinping met with President Trump at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, to discuss t...

April 18, 2017

Conflict Everlasting: US Losing Patience

Conflict Everlasting: US Losing Patience

Miguel Arriola, Intern

During his election campaign, Donald Trump claimed he intended to pull the United States away from unnecessary military commitments with the exception of contributing to the...

April 10, 2017

Trump: The Department of Education’s Worst Case Scenario

April 4, 2017

Growing Threats of Deportation

Growing Threats of Deportation

February 27, 2017

Turmoil within Trump’s Cabinet

February 15, 2017

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Crime Logs

Crime Update

Crime Update

Crime Report

December 8, 2016No Comments

Crime Log 2

Crime Log 2

November 23, 2016

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Lifestyle

Take Back the Night: The Most Important Night of the Year

Take Back the Night: The Most Important Night of the Year

Stephanie Abraham

When Katie Koestner went to college, she never imagined that she’d soon be on the cover of Time Magazine for sparking a national debate about sexual assault on college ...

April 24, 2017No Comments

Queer of All Colors

Queer of All Colors

April 21, 2017

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