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

Curl up with a good book this winter break

Jessica Liu, Intern Reporter November 28, 2022

The semester is coming to a close, and soon it’ll be winter break—time for sleeping in, hanging out with friends, sipping warm tea and wrapping ourselves in layers and layers of blankets.  One...

Cooking to Cure: S(m)oothe your headaches

Cooking to Cure: S(m)oothe your headaches

Skye Connors, Intern Reporter November 28, 2022

What does a Starbucks venti quadruple shot of espresso have in common with the philosophy of quantum mechanics? They both can give students headaches.  With the end of the semester looming, students...

Black Friday and Cyber Monday accounted for nearly $20 billion in 
revenue for the 2022 shopping season

5 Black Friday tips and deals

Victoria Ivie, Managing Editor November 14, 2022

Every year, Black Friday is a day of savings and a way for stores to get rid of overstock. Here are tips and some of the best deals for students. Start early since stores like Target and Walmart already...

protesters protesting about abortion rights.

Abortion access at CSUs

Jessica Lopez, Multimedia Reporter November 14, 2022

In the aftermath of Roe v. Wade’s overturning, many across the country have raised concerns over abortion access. In California, where abortion is legal, college students have raised accessibility concerns...

6 albums to fall for this season

Erik Adams, Multimedia Reporter November 14, 2022

The leaves may not change color in Los Angeles during the fall season, but the playlists might. Brisk temperatures, rainy days, gusts of wind; now that the season is in full effect, things might be...

Cooking to Cure: Fixing Thanksgiving Feast Frets

Skye Connors, Intern Reporter November 14, 2022

Do you look forward to mugs of apple cider and the jovial teasing that comes with a family reunion? To the nutmeg aroma of pumpkin pie, the tang of fruity cranberry sauce, and the warm, soft center of...

A photo of Hugo Alvarez

Death, depression and devastating news: How my professor became my saving grace

Victoria Ivie, Managing Editor November 13, 2022

Too many deadlines, finals, and fast-approaching graduation. That’s what probably has most students stressed and overwhelmed at this point in the semester. For me, death, crippling mental health issues,...

graphic on students studying while listening to music.

Students discuss the soundtracks to their study sessions

Erik Adams, Multimedia Reporter November 13, 2022

An hour remains before a big assignment is due. Completing the task will take determination, focus, hard work and, of course, Mozart’s “Requiem” playing loudly through a pair of headphones. “That’s...

a picture of Tommy Rojas

STEM student wants to guide others and help with water crisis

Anthony Aguilar, Multimedia Reporter October 31, 2022

Undergraduate student Tommy Rojas, majoring in geology, would like to take on the challenge of giving guidance to students and helping the water crisis the earth faces.  Being part of the STEM program...

Cooking to Cure: Tas-tea remedy

Cooking to Cure: Tas-tea remedy

Skye Connors, Intern Reporter October 31, 2022

Icky medicine, balled-up tissues next to your bed, chills and aches that perpetually plague your weakened body--there’s no denying that the fall flu means misery. There’s one day every fall when...

a group of graduates with different styles of hats.

Cross Cultural Center’s different graduation ceremonies

Anne To, Multimedia Reporter October 31, 2022

Along with the commencement ceremony available to all graduating students, the four identity-based centers at the Cross-Cultural Center (CCC) will each have their own optional graduation ceremonies. The...

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...

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