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Student group’s flag memorial for 9/11 victims

Student group’s flag memorial for 9/11 victims

Kyle Frizol

September 21, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

If any day comes to mind when America stood still and felt the alarms of helplessness at the hands of terrorism, it is September 11th, 2001. Forever imprinted in the consciousness and hearts of those that witnessed the tragic events take place, whether in person, on television, or in the numerous publicatio...

Parking permit delivery delay resolved after low supply

Parking permit delivery delay resolved after low supply

Ani Nalbandian, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

The first day of the fall semester was predictive; student excitement, flickering lights in King Hall and parking drama. My first parking experience was significantly better than last year, I found a spot within three minutes, but the drama lied within the parking-permit-purchase-procedure. I bought my on-site campus permit online and...

Pokemon Go Health Walk complete success!

Pokemon Go Health Walk complete success!

Anthony Karambelas, Staff Reporter

September 8, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

Pokémon Go Health Walk participants really caught ‘em all last week...or at least all the Pidgeys that the game has to offer. The plethora of Pidgeys, several Spearows, periodic Pidgeotto, aloof Pidgeot and one-of-a-kind Eddie the Eagle caused a flurry of feathers on campus last Wednesday. But besides...

Family mourns the loss of TVF student Brandon Nwarueze

Family mourns the loss of TVF student Brandon Nwarueze

Gerardo Amezquita, Editor in Chief

September 6, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

On the early morning of August 20, Cal State LA student Brandon Onyemaechi Nwarueze was killed in a two-car collision on the eastbound 10 Freeway in Ontario, as reported by the San Bernardino County Sheriff Coroner’s Division. The 25-year-old Nwarueze was a TVF student noted for his high spirits,...

Golden Eagle week a hit with new and returning students

Golden Eagle week a hit with new and returning students

J. Aaron Delgado, Photo Editor

September 1, 2016


Filed under Headlines, Lifestyle

The first week of class instruction is always tough for incoming freshmen, as well as returning students at Cal State LA. In order to soothe all the stress and loathing between classes or attempting to find a parking space, the Center of Student Involvement (CSI) hosted the aptly named Golden Eagle Week. Student run clubs and organizations gathered arou...

Get to know the University-Student Union

Get to know the University-Student Union

August 31, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

The University-Student Union is an extraordinary place for students to utilize as a resource due to the copious programs available. The Cross Cultural Centers, the Center for Student Involvement, the Xtreme Fitness Center, and The Pit are free for students. Students' tuition already includes a University-Student Union fee o...

Phi Sigma Kappa A-mazes the student body

Phi Sigma Kappa A-mazes the student body

Matthew Gonzalez, Contributor

August 29, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

Throughout Golden Eagle Week, clubs and organizations spent numerous ways to get students involved. This included purchasing personalized Snapchat geofilters of their organizations, playing amplified music, coordinating dance routines, and trying to find their own niche to socialize with students. Greek...

Parking Pains: Off-Campus Lot, The Semester System, and Possible Solutions

Parking Pains: Off-Campus Lot, The Semester System, and Possible Solutions

Janice Peregrina

August 29, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

Hardly one week into the semester and the precarious parking situation Cal State LA is going through manifested itself with a bullet. Student lots filled to capacity before noon even hit, and those lucky enough not to be turned away at the gate waited in exhaustingly long lines while drivers combed through...

Whoops! No FastPass for this line.

Whoops! No FastPass for this line.

Marrian Zhou

August 29, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

It is that time of the year again—waiting in long lines. Although fall semester is the destined busy season for many offices on campus, with even more new students admitted this year, are they ready for the challenge? Despite the long line to purchase parking permits, Financial Aid Office also...

ASI President means business

ASI President means business

Anthony Karambelas

August 23, 2016


Filed under Headlines, Lifestyle

Who’s ready for a new school year? Our new ASI President, Kayla Stamps, certainly is. The fourth year Communications major deservedly won the respect of an overwhelming majority of voters in last year’s ASI election. So who is she and what can we expect from her this year? In her freshman year a...

Just Another Tourist Attraction

Just Another Tourist Attraction

Pablo de la Hoya

August 2, 2016


Filed under Headlines, Lifestyle

Los Angeles is now home to a new attraction in the center of Downtown: Skyspace LA . One thing many have pointed out in online reviews is that it is simply a tourist trap and not worth the price tag. Although, the price to experience Skypace LA and the highly anticipated slide is $33 for adults, it...

Spending Your Summer Time

Spending Your Summer Time

Valerie Lesser

July 27, 2016


Filed under Lifestyle

As summer is upon us, one may find themselves with an abundance of free time that was once dedicated to studies. What better way to spend this newfound freedom than enjoying all the SoCal has to offer? Read on for affordable and accessible ways to pass the summertime, suggested to you by the students...

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