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Students Against Tuitions Hikes held their first tabling after a pro-Palestinian march happened on campus.

Students plan walkout in protest of tuition hikes

Anne To, Editor-In-Chief November 16, 2023

Activism is brewing in the classrooms as a group of Cal State LA students have organized a walkout to happen on Nov. 28. The strike is planned to take place at noon in front of the university bookstore.   “As...

Golden Eagles weigh in on the Israel-Hamas war

Anne To, Brian Lai, and Christiane Rios November 9, 2023

On Oct. 7, thousands of rockets were fired towards Israel by the Palestinian militant group, Hamas. The group proceeded to break through the border fence into Israeli territory killing over 1,400 civilians...

Union members chant that they are ready for a strike.

Some unions strike a deal with the CSU after getting ‘strike ready’

Leslie Magaña Arias and Anne To November 7, 2023

“We are ready, we are ready, we are ready for a strike,” shouted picketers in a mock strike.   On Oct. 6, three CSU unions came together and held an event to get Cal State LA “strike ready.”   “It’s...

Gina Coronel works on her profile during a LinkedIn workshop at the Career Center on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2023.

Despite its professional perks, LinkedIn still doesn’t resonate with all college students

Marcos Franco and Xavier Zamora October 30, 2023

With over 930 million users across more than 200 countries worldwide, LinkedIn has proven itself to be a professional networking juggernaut since it was first introduced by Reid Hoffman and others...

Sarah Winslow discusses how to resist attempts to ban books during an advocacy workshop.

Cal State LA resists the banning of books

Tristan Longwell, Community News Digital Editor-In-Chief October 30, 2023

The Cal State LA library and English department hosted a series of events celebrating Banned Books week.    The campus library stocks a collection of banned and challenged books including a...

When accessibility becomes an issue

Thomas Davila and Adriana Davila October 9, 2023

 The Office of Students with Disabilities’ (OSD) mission is to “provide an equitable learning environment for students with disabilities,” according to the Cal State LA website.   For...

Students roam the quad at Cal State L.A. If passed, the tuition increase proposal would raise their schooling costs by 6% annually over the next five years. (Aug. 25, 2023/ Photo by Marcos Franco)

CSU employee unions and supporters stand against inequitable wages and tuition

Marcos Franco, Managing Editor September 19, 2023

Like many other students enrolled at a CSU, 18-year old Christopher Rodriguez relies on grants to cover campus expenses and other costs of living while at Cal State L.A. But what the first-year electrical...

The Cozen report was conducted throughout all CSUs came in a month late from the original announced timeline. Graphic by Anne To

Why some students feel Cal State LA Title IX is letting down sexual assault victims

Anna Kuchison, Multimedia Reporter September 19, 2023

Introduction and The Cozen Investigation:   The Cozen Investigation found several issues of concern about The California State University (CSU) Title IX office. This included inconsistencies...

CFA members and CSU students protest tuition increase

Leslie Magaña Arias, Xavier Zamora, and Anne To September 18, 2023

    CSU students are not the only ones who oppose tuition increases. Members of the California Faculty Association stood with students at a rally held by Students for Quality Education...

Berenecea Johnson Eanes will start her term as president in Spring 2024. Photo courtesy of the Cal State La Public Affairs Office.

First ever Black female Cal State LA president appointed

Anne To and Brian Lai September 15, 2023

  Cal State LA’s first ever Black woman president in history, just got appointed by the CSU Board of Trustees.    Berenecea Johnson Eanes will serve as the ninth president for the...

The predicted path of Tropical Storm Hilary according to the National Hurricane Center. Image from NOAA

Breaking News: Classes canceled due to Tropical Storm Hilary

Thomas Davila and Anne To August 21, 2023

When it rains; it pours. That certainly happened over the weekend when Tropical Storm Hilary hit Southern California bringing a year's worth of rain to Los Angeles in a single night. Southern California...

Every Wednesday, the main walkway on campus is full of vendors providing fresh and local produce that can be purchased with Cal Fresh. Photo by Will Baker.

Need help applying for CalFresh?

Thomas Davila, Multimedia Reporter May 2, 2023

“As a cook and chef, our industry was hit hard. Out of work and not able to pay bills, we found ourselves in the shelters and it was rough, but we were able to sustain ourselves,” said Francisco Pacheco,...

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