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Twins from Saudi Arabia to receive doctoral degrees at Cal State LA Commencement

Twins from Saudi Arabia to receive doctoral degrees at Cal State LA Commencement

Public Affairs Office, Contributor
May 19, 2017
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Fahad and Faisal Alnemary are twins from Saudi Arabia who studied together at California State University, Los Angeles. On May 22, they will march together across the Commencement stage and receive their doctoral degrees in special education. Their education at Cal State LA prepared the brothers for...

US Widening Income Gap Hits Close to Home

US Widening Income Gap Hits Close to Home

Ani Nalbandian, Copy Editor
May 19, 2017
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According to California public records, President William Covino was paid an astounding $392 thousand in 2016, while some Cal State LA faculties could have potentially qualified for food stamps. Covino’s salary is the second highest of all CSU presidents, closely behind the President of CSU East Bay...

70-year-old grandmother to earn Doctor of Education at Cal State LA

Public Affairs Office, Contributor
May 16, 2017
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When Berenice Onofre Vasquez walks across the stage to receive her Doctor of Education, it will mark a proud moment in a life-long journey for the 70-year-old Santa Monica grandmother. As the most senior member of the California State University, Los Angeles Class of 2017, Onofre Vasquez has shown...

Class project promotes immigrant rights

Class project promotes immigrant rights

Mimi Li, Staff Reporter
May 16, 2017
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The uneasy climate surrounding the issue of immigration stems from President Trump’s executive order. Immigrant deportation prompted some Cal State LA students, faculty, and administrators to act. Several faculty members began displaying posters outside their offices stating that they are, “unafraid...

Marrian Zhou

Marrian Zhou

Margie Low, Contributor
May 16, 2017
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Marrian Zhou developed a passion for writing and an interest in journalism during her time at California State University, Los Angeles. Zhou started out at Cal State LA with a desire to improve her communication skills. Along the way, she found a professional calling—to become a foreign correspondent. In A...

Another moon-lit breakfast

Another moon-lit breakfast

Ricky Rodas, Managing Editor
May 15, 2017
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Organizations at Cal State LA frequently host all sorts of events for students providing them with opportunities to relax from busy school schedules. On Tuesday night, May 10, the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) hosted their annual Moonlight Breakfast at the Golden Eagle Ballroom; an event specif...

‘The people, the spirit and the heart’

‘The people, the spirit and the heart’

Erron Franklin, Copy Editor
May 15, 2017
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On Friday, the EPIC office now a part of the Center for Engagement, Service and the Public Good held a celebration for its 50th anniversary of carrying out its mission in the community. The celebration took place at the Golden Eagle Ballroom and many of the programs past leaders were in attendance to s...

Cal State LA Students Raise the Bar

Cal State LA Students Raise the Bar

Marcela Valdivia, Staff Reporter
May 15, 2017
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On Tuesday May 9, Cal State LA came together to celebrate scholars at the University for the Student Leader Awards in the Golden Eagle Ballroom. The awards ceremony recognized students and advisors in activities, events, and contributions to  student organizations. The Student Development Coordinator of the C...

Library Changes

Cal State LA
May 12, 2017
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Dear Campus Community, As part of a three-year collaboration between the Chancellor’s Office and the 23 libraries in the California State University System, the Cal State LA University Library will become part of OneSearch early this summer. OneSearch features an intuitive, mobile-ready single interface...

Men and Women of their Words

Anthony Karambelas, Staff Reporter
May 11, 2017
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The ballots are in and our new executives must now turn their attention to fulfilling all that they set out to do. As the current school year comes to a close, members of the 2017-18 ASI are preparing for the next, already creating a plan of attack for the many issues left unresolved this past year....

Cal State LA Hosts Annual CSU Health Policy Conference

Cal State LA Hosts Annual CSU Health Policy Conference

J. Aaron Delgado, Photo Editor
May 10, 2017
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College is about exposing and educating students in their field of study, whether it be an intensive course that reviews the most advanced information about each subject or giving students the opportunity to experience their prospective career in the works. Cal State LA, one of the many campuses in the...

Bold Steps Society’s Periphery

Bold Steps Society’s Periphery

Miguel Arriola, Intern
May 8, 2017
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In the USU Plaza on Tuesday, May 2, an event called Stepping Out of the Shadows was held by Students United to Reach Goals in Education (SURGE), the Cross Cultural Center, and the Dreamers Resource Center.  The purpose of the yearly event was to recognize the struggles and achievements of Dreamers/AB54...

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