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Accountant Howard Bunsis Reveals His Findings on Cal State LA Finances

Accountant Howard Bunsis Reveals His Findings on Cal State LA Finances

Darwin Lopez, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2019

“They’re crying poverty when they shouldn’t be,'' commented Howard Bunsis in his seminar last Thursday.  Bunsis held a seminar, in the Golden Eagle Ballroom, breaking down Cal State LA’s finances and compared the 2012 school year to most recent available data (2018).  Bunsis is a Pro...

Caught in the Smoke

Caught in the Smoke

Kayla Misa, Contributing Writer

September 17, 2019

This week, a sixth person, a woman older than 50 who had a multitude of health defects, has died from lung disease after using e-cigarettes that worsened her symptoms. As of this month, there have been more than 450 possible cases of lung illness reported because of e-cigarette use, and after the hospitalizat...

OSD Student Leverages ADA Lawsuit Win To Demand Change

OSD Student Leverages ADA Lawsuit Win To Demand Change

Joshua Letona, Copy Editor

September 17, 2019

Roy Payan, a visually impaired student, said he is using his lawsuit win against Los Angeles City College (LACC) as leverage to better the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance at Cal State LA. The UT reached out to Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) and Informative Technology Servic...

Take Your Studies Across the Globe

Take Your Studies Across the Globe

Richard Tzul, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2019

Golden Eagles were presented with opportunities to fly across the world at the Study Abroad Fair. The fair stretched from outside the bookstore to the career center on a sunny Wednesday. Canopies served as booths to provide info on the different ways to embark on a study abroad trip. Business ac...

Cal State LA Kills at Volleyball Showcase

Cal State LA Kills at Volleyball Showcase

Denae Ayala, Darwin Lopez, and Christopher Lazaro

September 17, 2019

Cal State LA showed out at the D2 West Region Volleyball Showcase where they finished with a 3-1 record. Cal State LA also played host for the tourney, with 12 games played over three days in the University Gym.  Cal State LA started the tournament hot, defeating Alaska in a three-game sweep. Th...

Hustle and Heart Get the Golden Eagles an Overtime Win

Hustle and Heart Get the Golden Eagles an Overtime Win

Denae Ayala, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2019

“It’s an unbelievable feeling to beat the No. 11 ranked national team, it tells people we are here to play and we are ready,” stated head coach Erik Garcia .  The Western Washington University women’s soccer team is no joke. According to the Bellingham Press Release, “the program has cl...

Cal State LA Men’s Soccer Looks to Improve Despite Early Season Success

Cal State LA Men’s Soccer Looks to Improve Despite Early Season Success

Adrian Bennett de Avila, Sports Editor

September 14, 2019

The men’s soccer team is off to a blazing start. However, there are some within the team who feel they haven’t scratched the surface of where they can be thus far.  The squad is coming off of back-to-back shutout victories, including their most recent 2-0 win against Concordia Irvine on Monday...

Volleyball Team Still Encouraged Despite Some Early Season Struggles

Volleyball Team Still Encouraged Despite Some Early Season Struggles

Adrian Bennett de Avila, Sports Editor

September 14, 2019

Cal State LA volleyball opened their season at the Texan Invitational, a tournament that was set up after hurricane Dorian caused the cancellation of what was supposed to be their season opening tournament at Palm Beach Atlantic. The Golden Eagles played 4 games over 3 days, where they finished with ...

Free Legal Services Now Available for Undocumented Students

Free Legal Services Now Available for Undocumented Students

Richard Tzul, Staff Reporter

September 10, 2019

Cal State LA is taking part in a CSU-systemwide implentation of legal services for the undocumented community of its campuses. The free legal services at Cal State LA will be provided by the Central American Resource Center (CARECEN), a social justice organization that advocates for the rights and ...

Golden Eagle Cross Country Teams Take Flight in First Meet of the Season

Golden Eagle Cross Country Teams Take Flight in First Meet of the Season

Brehisly Banegas, Contributing Writer

September 10, 2019

Cal State LA runners came out of the annual Biola Invitational at Ted Craig Regional Park focused more on improvement than the results.  “I definitely think this run is mainly about the self improvement and less about competition … I don't think it matters what place you are in as long as you...

Everytable Gets a Second Home on Campus

Everytable Gets a Second Home on Campus

Kayla Misa, Contributing Writer

September 10, 2019

Everytable has announced plans to open a second location in mid-November at Salazar Hall.   Located on the first floor of the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library, the current Everytable is also the first open on a university campus.  With such popular demand, students have conveyed their needs and wants for a Salaza...

Out of Service

Out of Service

Rosio Flores, Staff Reporter

September 10, 2019

For most students, elevators are the way to go when you don't feel like going up or downstairs, but for students with disabilities, like Jonathan Garay, elevators are a major necessity.  The University Library currently has two elevators out of use. One in the Library North and one the Library Sou...