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Golden Eagle Radio does what it takes to keep student voices on Cal State LA’s airwaves.

Golden Eagle Radio does what it takes to keep student voices on Cal State LA’s airwaves.

Valerie Lesser
July 20, 2016
Filed under Arts

Golden Eagle Radio consistently provides an easygoing SoCal vibe for the enjoyment of the Cal State LA Community. With easy-access online streaming of various student hosted shows, DJs, and opportunities like the GER Talent Show to showcase the community's abilities, you'd never guess that the GER club...

Anime Expo 2016

Anime Expo 2016

Edward Saldana
July 15, 2016
Filed under Arts, Showcase

The Anime Expo took place this past Fourth of July weekend. It is a very popular event that takes place around this time every year. The event is held at the Los Angeles Convention Center. There is a lot of traffic to begin with, and more traffic happens when events so as these take place in downtown...

An Interview with Michael Acevedo

An Interview with Michael Acevedo

Valerie Lesser
July 5, 2016
Filed under Arts, Showcase

Aside from being your average 19 year old, Californian film major, Michael Acevedo is the president of the Cinematic Visions film club and the newly appointed student representative of the College of Arts & Letters here at Cal State LA. Acevedo became president of the Cinematic Visions film club...

Isaias Cuevas- Beating the Odds

Isaias Cuevas- Beating the Odds

Jason Layden
June 29, 2016
Filed under Arts, News, Showcase

Isaias Cuevas is elated and has beat the odds in the eyes of his fellow peers. With graduation from Cal State LA only two weeks behind him, Cuevas managed to land his first broadcast job at ABC 7 News. Cuevas, 26, recently received his Bachelor of Arts in television, film, and media Studies with an option...

Soothe and Groove: Meet Local Band “City Rabbits”

Soothe and Groove: Meet Local Band “City Rabbits”

Janice Peregrina
June 9, 2016
Filed under Arts, Lifestyle

A mix of acoustic guitar, soulful and melodic vocals, and DIY spirit make up City Rabbits, a Los Angeles-based band on the rise. Cal State LA junior vocalist Laniah Lee, and musical partner guitarist Sergio Soto, have worked on the project for about a year now. As the time has passed, City Rabbits have...

Fashion and Textile Students take the runway

Fashion and Textile Students take the runway

J. Aaron Delgado, Photo Editor
June 9, 2016
Filed under Arts

“Between The Lines” was the title for the Cal State LA student Fashion Show held by the College of Arts & Letters on the evening of Wednesday, June 1st. The Runway show was held at Cal State LA’s new campus located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, close to the fashion district. Each attendee h...

Cal State LA alumna awarded for doctoral dissertation on Latina leadership

Cal State LA alumna awarded for doctoral dissertation on Latina leadership

Mimi Li
June 6, 2016
Filed under Arts, Lifestyle

Elva Cortez-Covarrubias, a recent doctoral graduate at Cal State LA, was recognized for her dissertation, “Latinas Leading for Social Justice: Resistance and Recognition through Dual Language Programs,” last month by the American Education Research Association, Hispanic Research Issues Special Interest...

George Takei amongst honorary doctorate degree recipients for 69th Commencement

George Takei amongst honorary doctorate degree recipients for 69th Commencement

Nico Triunfante, Copy Editor
June 6, 2016
Filed under Arts, News

George Takei, amongst four noteworthy individuals, will receive honorary doctorate degrees at the University’s 69th Commencement. Takei is well known for his role as Mr. Sulu in the award-winning Star Trek, and was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1986. Takei will be receiving an honorar...

Cal State LA Model UN program ‘brings home the bacon’ from national conference

Cal State LA Model UN program ‘brings home the bacon’ from national conference

Anthony Carambelas
June 3, 2016
Filed under Arts

Cal State LA students have shown the world what they’re made of. If there’s one thing Golden Eagles should feel proud of, as finals week rushes upon us - and grades simply won’t cut it - it’s this. In late March, Cal State LA’s Model United Nations (MUN) program, under the direction of Dr....

Exploring the Intersection of Art and Science

Exploring the Intersection of Art and Science

Hannah Jacobsen, Staff Reporter
June 3, 2016
Filed under Arts

As disciplines like bioart grow in popularity, the morality and meaning that lie in the crossing between the arts and the sciences have increasingly come into question. What is the responsibility of the artist for the knowledge and life produced and expected from such endeavors? What is the responsibility...

Documentary shines light on local LGBTQ Asian Americans

Documentary shines light on local LGBTQ Asian Americans

Mimi Li
June 3, 2016
Filed under Arts, Lifestyle

For many LGBTQ Asian Americans, their narratives of coming out and family relationships are different yet similar to the mainstream stories of the LGBTQ community. The documentary “LGBTQ Asian American San Gabriel Valley Stories” by Divercity Productions, a production team comprised of college studen...

The ‘Hart’ of Educational Opportunity Programs

The ‘Hart’ of Educational Opportunity Programs

Marina Andalon
June 3, 2016
Filed under Arts, Lifestyle, News

Margaret Hart conducted a book signing for her new book “Educating the Excluded: What Led to the Mandate for Educational Opportunity at Cal State LA University” on Monday, May 23. Though labeled as a book signing, the event focused primarily on the history and significance of Educational Opportunity...

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