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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...

Undergrads Showcase Their Masterpieces

Undergrads Showcase Their Masterpieces

Ashlee Navarec, Contributor

March 27, 2018


Filed under Arts

The annual undergraduate Art Exhibition opening reception was held on Thursday, March 15 in the Fine Arts Gallery. The reception was an opportunity for undergraduate artists to display their work; attendees were encouraged to consider each artist’s vision for the variety of unique pieces. Pyper...

Black Panther Pounces into Theatres

Black Panther Pounces into Theatres

Richard Tzul, Contributor

March 2, 2018


Filed under Arts

Roaring into theaters, “Black Panther” is shattering records left and right all while making an impact on the U.S.’ political and social climate. Many Marvel films experience massive popularity, but “Black Panther” in particular has struck a chord for its representation of people of color...

NAMM Show 2018

NAMM Show 2018

Jim Munson, Contributor

March 1, 2018


Filed under Arts

The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Show took place last month in Anaheim, CA with 115,085 registered industry professionals gathering to advance the industry forward over four days of the annual conference, according to the NAMM.org website. 7,000 brands and nearly 2,000 exhibiting...

A Poet’s Day at Cal State LA

A Poet’s Day at Cal State LA

Anthony Karambelas, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2018


Filed under Arts

Her eyes alone brim with creative energy. Just one glance and you lose yourself in a world of poetry, story, song, dance, and join in on her celebration of indigenous culture. Her deeply stirring and sometimes disturbing imagery evokes a strong sense of commitment to her ancestral roots. Last week, Cal...

Painting the Inbetween

Painting the Inbetween

Kyle Frizol, Copy Editor

December 5, 2017


Filed under Arts

Art plays a role in society that has existed since the dawn of man. From cave paintings to renaissance discoveries, and the widespread adoption of techniques that have been cultivated for centuries, art’s creative movement is stronger than ever. Meet Atilio Pernisco, Los Angeles based artist who...

New Year’s Eve Done Right

New Year’s Eve Done Right

Ashley Reyes, Contributor

December 5, 2017


Filed under Arts

The final week of the Fall semester is here, and with 2018 just around the corner, Cal State LA students are submitting their last assignments and getting ready to enjoy the winter holidays with their loved ones. For those who plan to spend their New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles, deciding on what to...

State of the Art: Cal State LA Style

State of the Art: Cal State LA Style

Kyle Frizol, Copy Editor

November 27, 2017


Filed under Arts

On Saturday, Nov. 11, the works of three Cal State LA graduate students were curated at the “Fall 2017 Theses Exhibition” in the Fine Arts Gallery on campus. Masters in Studio Arts students, Sandee Rodriguez, Frank Mejia and Terry Kelly contributed pieces that were both important and relevant to...

Bono and the Boys

Bono and the Boys

Joseph P. Pinto, Contributor

November 27, 2017


Filed under Arts

Irish rock band, U2, is set to release their fourteenth studio album “Songs of Experience”, a companion to the 2014 “Songs of Innocence.” Five songs have already been released from the album, with the fifth “American Soul” released last Friday. Hardcore fans are counting down the days...

Haunted University in the Hills

Haunted University in the Hills

Ashley Reyes, Contributor

November 8, 2017


Filed under Arts

On Tuesday Oct. 31, The Center of Student Involvement (CSI) invited students to the U-SU Plaza to participate in their spooktacular Halloween celebration, The Haunted Harvest Festival. The family-friendly festivity offered an opportunity for members of the community to come and enjoy an afternoon...

No gods, No Masters, Just Books

No gods, No Masters, Just Books

Richard Molina, News Editor

October 26, 2017


Filed under Arts, Headlines

This Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 28 to 29th, the seventh annual Los Angeles Anarchist Bookfair returns and will be held in Leimert Park Village. The event, free of charge and open to all, aims to be an environment of inclusivity and diversity. One need not identify as an anarchist in order to attend...

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