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Lend a Hand, or Give Anything You Can

Illustration by Diane555/Getty Images

Democrats Court Latinx Vote on Campus

Photo by George Garcia

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders discusses topics such as “Medicare for All” and how under his administration, coverage would extend to the undocumented.

LACHSA Opera Company Aids CSULA Food Pantry

Photo by Christopher Lazaro

Amahl asks King John Culpepper if his small box has a cure for his broken leg.

Housing Residents Donate Hot Meals

Screenshot courtesy of Erick Brigham

Cal Fresh and Food Pantry Intern Ayzia Clowney interviewd by Erick Brigham

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El foro presidencial Demócrata sobre temas Latinos

Photos from top left, clockwise: Bernie Sanders by Richard Tzul, Pete Buttigieg by Catherine Valdez, Julian Castro and Tom Steyer by Amairani Hernandez

Library Lost? Florence-Firestone Activists Lead ‘la Lucha’

Protestors say they'll fight to keep the library at its original location.(Catherine Valdez/UT)

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YAF is not oppressed

Illustration courtesy of Crystal Nigo-Bravo

Earthquake Safety: A Point of Concern

Illustration by Lauren Dahncke

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DACA’s Fate in the Hands of the Supreme Court

Photo courtesy of Mario Tama/Getty Images

Students and supporters of DACA rally in Los Angeles on November 12, 2019. The protest was in response towards the Supreme Court hearings.

Five Democratic Presidential Candidates Speak on Latinx Issues at Cal State LA

Richard Tzul

Bernie Sanders finishes up his time at the Democratic forum that focused on Latinx issues at the Cal State LA Luckman theater.

Greta Rallies the Troops

Photo by Joshua Mejia

Familes came together, united with thousands of others to march the streets of Los Angeles demanding action against the hazardous effects of climate change this past Friday.

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The Art and Politics Exhibit Takes a Stab at Today’s Political Climate

Photo by Joshua Mejia

Located between the front desk and Cafe 47 in the library, the Art and Politics Exhibit ranges from race to climate change.

Cali Gets Tropical

Photo by Joshua Mejia

Crowds of people pile in the front as mosh pits and dancing break out during the final shows of the Tropicalia Music and Taco Festival that took place over the weekend.

“Doctor Sleep” is a Slow Burn, but an Emotionally Satisfying Sequel

Press Release Poster courtesy of Doctor Sleep's Twitter account

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Former NBA and WNBA Champs ‘Coach-Up’ Cal State LA Players

Leslie Ramirez, Contributing Writer
November 19, 2019

The Cal State LA women’s basketball team will be getting coaching assistance from two big names in the world of basketball: Jia Perkins, a former WNBA...

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Golden Eagles Show their Depth in a Tight Win Against Fresno Pacific

Darwin Lopez, Staff Reporter
November 19, 2019

The Cal State LA men’s basketball team narrowly defeated Fresno Pacific 86-83 on Saturday.  Guard Shacquille Dawkins showed he is comfortable in...

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The Golden Eagles Finish 1-1 After Home Tournament

Darwin Lopez, Staff Reporter
November 12, 2019

The Cal State LA men’s basketball team hosted the CCAA/Pacwest Challenge and played Friday and Saturday. They lost to Concordia-Irvine 90-76 on Friday,...

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Rest Your Bod in a Pod

Photo by Erick Brigham

One of the three relaxation pods cleaned and ready for use.

A Guide to Streaming Services

Netflix, Disney Plus, and HBO Now fight to make their streaming services more prominent by including popular shows and movies in order to gain more traction of their service. Netflix, Disney + and HBO Now logos compiled by Brian Delgado.

The Happiest Streaming on Earth

Illustration by Miles Gaius

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It’s Time To Play

Brennan Hernandez

Fans flocked to the main stage at EA Plays to hear from featured developers.

13 Places on Campus to Grab a Bite this Summer

Joshua Mejia

University Club

Grand Opening Eats

Joe Pinto

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New Exhibit Shows Off Faculty Artwork

Photo by Brian Delgado

An untitled installation by wood and ceramics by Tetsuji Aono displayed at the Fine Arts Gallery.

The Fellowship of “The Traveling Canvas”

Joshua Mejia

At the Fine Arts Gallery last week, an exhibition titled The Traveling Canvas was shown where mulitple artists contributed to a shared piece of art on a canvas resulting in a unity of contrasted images.

The Fine Arts Gallery Gets A New Name

Marisa Vasquez

Tom Wesselmann's Study for Mouth No. 4 is the first piece of artwork displayed at the Pop Culture exhibit at Cal State LA's newly renamed fine arts gallery titled the Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery

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