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Educating Cal State LA faculty on military-connected students

Tahiti Salinas

Cesar Gonzalez, director of the Veterans Resource Center, led the seminar with a PowerPoint that informed the participants on military-connected students.

Students, L.A. County team up to boost voter turnout

Daniel Sanchez

Daniel Sanchez, a graphic design major, crafted his artwork based on the drawings of children with special needs. Coordinating with a behavioral specialist and their teacher, he also interviewed them to learn what kind of world the children want to see. Each of his art pieces contains the slogan: “Be the vote for someone yet to have one.”

ASI looks for new voices on campus

Brian Delgado

Wendy Romero, Elections and Outreach Commissioner, expresses the concern over Cal State LA’s budget handling over the past year.

Elevator halted in King Hall

Brian Delgado

LAFD arrived at the scene after the call was sent out twenty minutes prior.

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Surviving in Boyle Heights

As he gives his car an oil change, Victor Quiroz describes how the cost of living has affected him. (Katherine Conchas/UT)

El Monte set to build its first skate and dog parks

The city of El Monte has a concept design of the Gibson Mariposa skate park. Image courtesy of the city of El Monte.

Concerns about traffic and safety in Eastside communities

Jack Wagner. Photo courtesy of Jack Wagner.

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Personal essay: Swipe right on myself

Crystal Nigo-Bravo

Illustration of Meghan Bravo swiping right on herself.

Warp Trio presents ‘black voices’ to campus

Brian Delgado

Perfomer LiKWUiD performs the fourth act called “BiFAYsic Sleep Paralysis” at the Warp Trio, located at the Music Hall at Cal State L.A.

Democrats square off before voting begins

Photo courtesy of Scott Olson/Getty Images.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (left) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (right) privately speak after the Democratic presidential primary debate on January 14, 2020.

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Sanders visits California as he leads Democratic race

Ben Camacho

Secret Service security detail follow Sanders as he meets and greets his supporters at the end of the rally.

Golden Eagles anticipate Golden State Primary

Brian Delgado.

Taylor Dark III, a Cal State LA political science professor, answers questions during the Q&A portion of the event.

Coronavirus strikes Los Angeles

Photo courtesy by Mark Ralston/Getty Images

Airline check-in staff at LAX airport wear a face mask to protect themselves from the coronavirus.

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Drag queen Valentina brings Latinx culture to the Luckman

Antonio Gonzales

Valentina performs a cover ofJuan Gabriel’s “Amor Eterno” at the Luckman Theatre this past Saturday.

TVFM students experience the Sundance Film Festival

Josias Lopez

TVF students take a selfie while attending the Sundance Film Festival in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Meditation meets art: Artist Tu-2 brings his work to Cal State LA

Joshua Letona

(From left to right) “Mini Mao,” “Mao is Coming,” and “Tinanamen Square Mao,” all by artist Tu-2, greet guests on their right as they walk into the Luckman Gallery.

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Darwin Lopez, Staff Reporter
February 21, 2020

There was jersey grabbing, foul calls, physical on-ball pressure and bodies falling. The Golden Eagles defeated a formidable Cal State San Bernardino team Thursday 75-63. “You have no choice but to fight. We knew they were going to pound us on the...

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Home, sweet home

Isaac Gutierrez and George Garcia
February 18, 2020

The Golden Eagles started California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) play with a trio of victories in this past weekend’s four-game homestand...

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Denae Ayala, Staff Reporter
February 18, 2020

The Golden Eagles' competitiveness didn’t match the Cougars' intensity on Wednesday, resulting in a 5-2 loss.  For head coach Richard Gallien, the loss wasn’t something to dwell on. Instead, he was proud of his players for not bowing down to the...

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Clean Air Vehicles Usher in New Era in the Auto Industry

Erick Brigham

The brand new Porsche Taycan is shown as on lookers gander.

Rest Your Bod in a Pod

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.

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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

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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