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On Feb. 29 students, faculty and staff participated in an emergency press conference to address King Halls infrastructural issues.
Students, faculty and staff speak out about unsafe conditions in King Hall at an emergency press conference

Possible asbestos exposure, mold in the air, tiles falling off the ceiling, leaking roofs and walls. These infrastructural issues are...

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The office that was originally tested for asbestos in King Hall found the fibers in the loose tiles, but they remain encapsulated.
Asbestos found in one office and mold in another area of King Hall

King Hall classrooms and hallways were abuzz – literally – with the sounds of asbestos sampling pumps running throughout the building...

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CSU student assistants win union vote to join the CSUEU.
CSU student assistants win union vote, with more than 20,000 voting to join the CSUEU

After a month of casting ballots and years of organizing a union vote, student assistants across the California State University system...

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ASI confirmed the purchase of two Mac computers for almost $20,000.
ASI purchased two Mac computers for nearly $20,000

The Associated Student Inc. (AS) Board of Directors approved the purchase of two Macs for $19,820.74.  ASI originally requested...

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The Television, Film and Media Studies department hosted a celebration of the 30th anniversary of Blood In Blood Out.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of ‘Blood In Blood Out’

The Television, Film, and Media Studies department hosted the “Blood In Blood Out” book release published by Hat & Beard Press,...

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Representative discusses community plans with Hermon residents at council meeting. Photo taken by Ashley Romero
Opinion: If neighborhood councils want to engage residents, meetings must be more accessible

I was excited to attend my first neighborhood council meeting this fall, a finance and outreach meeting in Hermon. As I walked around,...

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Illustration by Rebeca Hernandez.
More Alhambra residents report mental health issues

Crime. Drugs. Post-pandemic anxiety. Greater awareness of mental health issues. Whatever the reason, a higher percentage of Alhambra...

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Los Angeles Community Profiles
Aerial shot of a commercial strip with shops.
Shops in Figueroa Street in Highland Park, a historic neighborhood in Northeast Los Angeles. (Cornell Chuaseco UT)
Collage de Celia Cruz, Selena Quintanilla, y Rocio Durcal.
Opinion: Tres Iconos Fundamentales en la Música Hispana

En honor al mes de la historia de la mujer, recordaremos a tres iconos de la música hispana, incluyendo “La reina del Tex-Mex,”...

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La 30a Conferencia Anual del Día de la Historia Latina

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEpd3E5l4Fw Por primera vez en 30 años, la conferencia anual organizada por Hispanas Organizadas...

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Los residentes se despiden de la torre de Sears

Sentado en la esquina de Olympic Blvd. y Soto St. se encuentra uno de los edificios más reconocibles de Los Ángeles, conocido por...

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Members of the California Faculty Association strike in front of the CSULA U-SU building on Monday, Jan. 22, 2024. Photo by Xavier Zamora/University Times
CFA strike ends after one day, reaching tentative agreement with the CSU

Braving the wet weather dressed in raincoats and armed with signs, California Faculty Association (CFA) members across the 23 CSUs...

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Cal State LA CSUEU Chapter 311 picket for higher wages and better working conditions. (Photo courtesy of CSUEU Chapter 311)
Thousands of students across the CSU system set on union vote

Raised by a zoologist father, Danielle Lee found a passion for environment conservation early on in life. It’s the reason she...

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Students Against Tuitions Hikes held their first tabling after a pro-Palestinian march happened on campus.
Students plan walkout in protest of tuition hikes

Activism is brewing in the classrooms as a group of Cal State LA students have organized a walkout to happen on Nov. 28. The strike...

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Don’t break the bank this Valentine’s Day
Stories that shaped my childhood: Lunar New Years
Black History Month: A month of empowerment and honor
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Cal State LAs Anthony Angel, Jr. celebrates with Kai Penuelas as he approaches the dugout after his two-run homer during their 7-2 win over La Sierra on Sunday, Feb. 18, 2024.
Cal State LA’s baseball sweeps La Sierra University

The Cal State LA baseball team swept La Sierra in dominant fashion from Feb. 16 to 18. They reached double digit points in two of the...

Comedy fundraiser for the Golden Eagle baseball team at the Student Playhouse

Cal State LA alumni and former baseball player for the Golden Eagles, Wilem Drozdowsk has returned to the university to help his beloved...

Cal State LA guard Shane Bell shoots and makes a 3-pointer against Chico State at the University Gym on January 18, 2023. The Golden Eagles won 86-80.
Golden Eagles men’s basketball remains perfect at home

The Golden Eagles men’s basketball team continued their home winning streak following back-to-back wins against Chico State on...

A list of artists who contributed to the Earth and Ember: Ceramic Exhibition at the Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery at Cal State LA.
‘Earth and Ember: Ceramic Exhibit’ kicks off the new year at Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery

The Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery at Cal State LA opened the semester with its first broadly intended ceramic show, from Jan....

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Fans react to Chaka Khan performing at The Luckman on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2024.
50 years in music: Chaka Khan at the Luckman

On Jan. 27, ten-time Grammy winner and activist Chaka Khan performed at Cal State LA’s Luckman Fine Arts Complex. Khan was inducted...

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Paper Person. by Kim Abeles.
Social Furniture: A metaphor, not a furniture display

When you walk into the exhibit, one of the first works of art you are greeted with upon entry is a horseshoe shaped table containing...

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When accessibility becomes an issue

 The Office of Students with Disabilities’ (OSD) mission is to “provide an equitable learning environment for students with disabilities,”...

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Organization Tip Graphic by Canva.
Tips to stay organized for school

As school begins, get your school supplies ready such as notebooks, pens, devices, and tips to stay organized. Going into my senior...

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Delaney Hall sitting outside of the University Student Union. Photo by Alyssah Hall.
Spring into style

Warm weather and sunshine inspired students to sport these vibrant and stylish spring looks on campus. Add green, blood orange, lavender,...

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A Director at LAHSA attended the Alhambra Homeless Count to help organize the event
L.A. County homeless count goes digital, raising concerns about its new app

Pens and clipboards were replaced with an app this year for hundreds of volunteers who participated in the annual Homeless Count organized...

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A art of a computer with NFT sneakers while energy is being consumed
NFTs: Trending and dangerous?

Every day, thousands of people hop onto the internet to hang out with friends, look at videos or play video games for dozens of hours.  They...

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Incoming freshmen are making connections through a screen

Before Fall 2021 comes into play, incoming freshmen are already finding new ways to connect with their future classmates through apps...

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