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University Times

The student news site of California State University - Los Angeles

University Times

The student news site of California State University - Los Angeles

University Times

The Golden Eagles bench celebrates a big play.

Lady Golden Eagles are ready to battle for NCAA Tournament spot

Braylin Collins, Sports Editor January 27, 2023

The Cal State LA women’s basketball team is on pace to have their best regular season record in the past six seasons. The team is ‘firing on all cylinders’ and plans to let their momentum and experience...

An group of performers at the Voices Latinx Indigenous Artists Showcase event.

‘VOICES’ showcase spotlights local Latinx and Indigenous artists and performers

Asha Johnson, Community News Reporter November 14, 2022

Growing up as a Mexican and Black child in Inglewood, Derrick Paris said he noticed that people like him rarely got opportunities to perform or engage seriously in the arts. Paris has had a love for...

students attending the clap event

‘Clap Backs’ encourages Black students to discuss controversial issues

Alyssah Hall, Multimedia Reporter November 13, 2022

It’s that time of year again when families of all walks of life come together for the holidays, but sometimes older and younger generations may have a difference in opinion that can lead to heated disagreements...

An envelope containing a drug test.

The Public Health Student Association offers drug test strips

Erick Cabrera, Multimedia Reporter November 7, 2022

On Thursday Oct. 27, the Public Health Student Association (PHSA) holds a table to inform students about fentanyl; its health risks, signs of an overdose and harm-reduction strategies. This was a part...

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Get Out the Vote 2022

Alysia Burke , Multimedia Reporter November 5, 2022

With less than one week before Election Day, Cal State LA students and faculty are joining forces to educate students on their voter rights, and urge them to get out and vote on Nov. 8. A student-led...

A table/altar of students family members who have passed away

Cal State LA celebrates Dia de los Muertos

Jessica Lopez, Multimedia Reporter November 3, 2022

Audience members danced in a circle and were led to the main plaza with joined hands to represent unity across cultures. A traditional Aztec dancer asks attendees watching to participate.  This was...

a photo of the solar eagle III

Library’s archival exhibit celebrates university’s 75th year

Erik Adams, Multimedia Reporter October 31, 2022

A multi-decade history saw its commemoration in full effect last Thursday during the opening of the university library’s new exhibit, “We Are LA: Uncovering 75 Years of Legacy in the University Archives.” The...

‘Love Being You’ unites Black women for an illuminating conversation

‘Love Being You’ unites Black women for an illuminating conversation

Alyssah Hall, Multimedia Reporter October 27, 2022

Ashley Gregory knows firsthand how vital it is for Black women to have a place where they can express themselves.“It's good for us to have spaces where we can be among ourselves…be in community with...

A bunch of people walking during the event

Cal State LA community shows out for disabled students

Victoria Ivie, Managing Editor October 27, 2022

The sun beat down on the brown-red of the Jesse Owens Track and Field. After five laps, participants were granted a participation medal. In the distance, people rounded the path, wearing gray shirts that...

Attendees waiting in line to get their book signed

‘Brown and Gay in L.A.’: Intersectionality, identity and immigrant sons

Victoria Ivie, Managing Editor October 27, 2022

Feeling like you have to choose between your identity of race or sexuality, not knowing who you are, and the immense pressure of being a first-generation immigrant child. These are just some of the topics...

An actor in a bed, while another actor speaks to them.

Keely and Du in the post-Roe era

Jessica Lopez, Multimedia Reporter October 17, 2022

“Keely and Du,” a production run through early October by the department of theater and dance, centers the voices of underrepresented women in the ongoing conversation of abortion rights.  Written...

A man speaks to an audience of students.

Indigenous Peoples’ Day gathers a crowd of over 50

Anne To, Multimedia Reporter October 17, 2022

The sound of a conch’s horn and the tempo of the drum led a crowd of over 50 students down the main walkway and around the library on Indigenous Peoples’ Day. The dance company, Xipe Totec, danced...

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