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 student news site of California State University - Los Angeles

University Times

The Filipino club posing in front of a statue at a Clippers game for culture night.

Filipino club celebrates their kinship and cultural bonds through song and dance

Brian Lai, Reporter May 10, 2022

Kalahi is Cal State LA’s Filipino Club, a cultural club focusing on Filipino American perspectives, beliefs and daily life.  What does it mean to be Filipino? For those in Kalahi, to be Filipino...

Illustration of a text bubble saying  you up? and the other one looking to respond. There are also people included looking at an electric device.

To love or not to love?

Denis Akbari, Intern Reporter April 20, 2022

“You up?” A message that many send and receive daily. Dating in college could look different for students across generations. When it comes to dating, some learn valuable lessons that lead to making...

Three women walking down the ramp by the dorms on campus.

Make women’s empowerment a daily practice

Denis Akbari, Intern Reporter April 6, 2022

Rape, low prosecution rates, threats to abortion and reproductive services. These were all on the minds of Cal State LA students during Women’s History Month. Golden Eagles took the time to reflect...

Students standing outside a classroom in King Hall.

Sleep-deprivation is prevalent among Cal State LA students

Jessica Liu, Intern Reporter April 5, 2022

Are Cal State LA students sleep deprived? Juggling full-time classes, jobs, extracurricular activities and taking care of family has made the answer “yes.” Young adults between the ages of 18...

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Above Average: What college life is like for those in their 30s and beyond

Erik Adams, Reporter April 1, 2022

The old claim that “slow and steady wins the race” is one that rings true in regard to higher education. Except, it’s not really a race. “It doesn't really matter how (or) what road you take...

Photo of tables with yellow umbrellas across from the transit center.

What are students doing over spring break?

Priscilla Caballero, Reporter & News Break Anchor March 28, 2022

Spending more time with friends, family or perhaps a significant other?  Enjoying delicious food? Traveling? Finally being able to get more sleep? Spring break has officially started, and...

A shot of an underpass with dozens of cars and RVs parked together

When your vehicle is your home

Anthony Aguilar, Community News Reporter March 15, 2022

The line of RVs, motorhomes and other vehicles on Ford Boulevard seems to keep growing. That’s according to East Los Angeles residents who frequent the freeway underpass near Third Street. So it's...

Outside of the music building.

Normality doesn’t feel so normal for Golden Eagles

Denis Akbari, Intern Reporter March 8, 2022

The first few weeks back on campus have been a rollercoaster of emotions for students at Cal State LA, causing some to wonder if going back to normal is even possible. Many students are happy to feel...

Photo outside of King Hall

COVID causes students to reconsider where they hang out on campus

Jessica Liu, Intern Reporter March 7, 2022

With students returning to in-person classes amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, will there be a change in where students decide to hang out or study? Biology major Arleth Zea thinks so. She plans to adopt...

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Alhambra’s Lunar New Year Festival returns, uplifting spirits

Anne To, Community News Reporter February 28, 2022

The festival that has been held since 1997 was back this month after a two-year hiatus during the pandemic. It was downsized from five blocks to one block and happened at the city’s weekly farmer’s...

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Many commuter students are excited to be back to in-person instruction

Jessica Liu, Intern reporter February 20, 2022

Many students are back to in-person learning at Cal State LA, but that means taking the Metro, bus, or driving to campus again for commuter students.  While some may see this as an inconvenience, biochemistry...

Students on campus.

Golden Eagles return to in-person classes, but are they prepared?

Irene Hernandez, Contributor February 19, 2022

Now that classes have returned to campus, students are feeling both excited and anxious about transitioning back to in-person learning.  To help students ease the stress of in-person instruction, the...

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