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How Luxury Met Street

September 24, 2018


Filed under Arts, Culture, Lifestyle

Within recent years, streetwear has become the focus of audiences and fashion designers all over the world due to image-centric platforms like Instagram that help deliver this fashion subculture’s loud aesthetic through imagery. With the help of passionate content creators and influencers, Streetwear has...

El problema con el Mes de la Herencia Hispana

El problema con el Mes de la Herencia Hispana

Nasario Vásquez Jr., Writer

September 24, 2018


Filed under Arts, Culture, La Onda, Newest

Del 15 de septiembre al 15 de octubre, se celebra el Mes de la Herencia Hispana en los Estados Unidos. Esta tradición formalmente empezó a fines de los años sesenta, durante la presidencia de Lyndon B. Johnson. En sí, empezó como una semana de apreciación a la hispanidad, y cultura latinoamericana de la...

A Look into Women’s Fall/Winter 2018 Fashion

A Look into Women’s Fall/Winter 2018 Fashion

September 17, 2018


Filed under Arts, Lifestyle, Newest

Welcome to the Jungle: The runways in Milan, NYC, London and Paris took a walk on the wild side, as models adorning animal print pieces roamed through the audiences. Leopard print has already become the dominant player this fall in all fashion pieces ranging from blouses to boots. However the focus o...

Dreamgirls singer and ‘Moesha’ actor speaks at Cal State LA Saturday

P’Etra Davis, Contributing Writer

September 13, 2018


Filed under Arts

One of the original Dreamgirls, Sheryl Lee Ralph, is coming to Cal State LA. It’s part of the 7th Annual Literary Soul Symposium on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event costs $35 for most people -- but it’s free of charge for Cal State LA students, according to event organizer Douglas Nowling. Lee Ralph,...

Cal State LA students create communal art with the founder of Circle Painting

Cal State LA students create communal art with the founder of Circle Painting

Jesse Seo, Contributing Writer

September 12, 2018


Filed under Arts

Students who weren't in too much of a rush, stopped at the student union last week to grab a paint brush. They participated in an event called Circle Painting, which is a meditative art form that begins with a simple pattern that can be passed along to create a collective painting. The point is to work w...

Ethan Russell: Rock and Roll’s Photographer

Ethan Russell: Rock and  Roll’s Photographer

Kyle Frizol, Copy Editor

May 4, 2018


Filed under Arts, Headlines

Last week, the Luckman Fine Arts Complex’s Gallery celebrated its opening reception of Ethan Russell, the acclaimed photographer who travelled with The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and even The Who. Work from throughout his career made up the subject of the exhibit, featuring connections between his...

The Infinity War

The Infinity War

J. Aaron Delgado, Managing Editor

May 1, 2018


Filed under Arts

A decade and 19 films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) later, it has all led to this: The Infinity War. The previous 18 Marvel films have developed their characters to face the biggest threat that they have ever faced. Specifically, Thanos, the film’s main villain, sets out to capture the six...

Saturday Night with “Los Lonely Boys”

Saturday Night with “Los Lonely Boys”

Michael Griego, Multimedia Journalist

April 27, 2018


Filed under Arts

Los Lonely Boys played their only Los Angeles show, on their Revelation tour, at the Luckman Theater on Saturday night.  Playing in front of a packed house, the band rocked the stage as they performed a variety of songs off their current album, “Revelations”, along with some of their old hits: “Nobo...

Graffiti on Campus

Graffiti on Campus

Kyle Frizol, Copy Editor

April 20, 2018


Filed under Arts

As part of The Getty Museum’s effort to include University students in their Pop-Up Mural project, Golden Eagles got hands on with spray paint and stencils to create their own graffiti mural last Tuesday.  The event, hosted by Man One, an internationally acclaimed mural artist, allowed students t...

WonderCon: A Glimpse into Pop Culture

WonderCon:  A Glimpse into Pop Culture

J. Aaron Delgado, Managing Editor

April 5, 2018


Filed under Arts, Headlines

WonderCon: the yearly convention presented by Comic-Con International that celebrates comic books, television and the popular arts, returned to the Anaheim Convention Center with a sold out show from March 23 to March 25.  WonderCon's guest lineup of industry professionals included: Jim Lee, publisher...

A Wrinkle in Hollywood Time

A Wrinkle in Hollywood Time

Erron Franklin, Editor-in-Chief

April 5, 2018


Filed under Arts

Cal State LA professor Shaunelle Curry, along with the organization Media Done Responsibly (MDR), a University partner, sponsored a trip to the El Capitan theatre in Hollywood for students to screen Disney’s major motion picture, “A Wrinkle in Time”. Students from Hawthorne High School, Humanities...

Eagles Assemble!

Eagles Assemble!

Anthony Karambelas, Staff Reporter

March 28, 2018


Filed under Arts

The popularity of comic conventions continue to grow: Comic Con in San Diego and New York, WonderCon in Anaheim. Cal State LA’s own Eagle-Con is no exception, quickly climbing the pop culture ranks. Like many large-scale comic conventions, Eagle-Con hosts numerous vendors and panels, each packed with...

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