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

Sam Avalos.

Eagles that Soar: A student reflection on the future of film 

Leslie Magaña Arias, Multimedia Reporter October 4, 2023

  Sam Avalos, a 23-year-old graduate student in the Television, Film and Media Studies Department joined the Golden Eagle community to continue her journey in higher education. Her favorite movies...

Students across campus anticipate higher tuition costs by 2024.

Housing insecurity amid tuition hikes and inflation

Cynthia Harbott, Multimedia reporter October 4, 2023

Between work, life and upcoming midterms, students juggle several responsibilities while pursuing their degrees. With tuition rates that will be rising next year and inflation driving up the cost of living,...

Golden Eagles reflect on their pandemic college experience

Golden Eagles reflect on their pandemic college experience

Tristan Longwell, Community News Digital Editor in Chief September 30, 2023

Cal State LA students are reflecting on their college experience after spending a good portion of it behind a screen.    In 2020 a global pandemic struck and shut down everyday life. Classes...

New ASI President Yahir Flores. Photo  credited to Yahir Flores.

Insights into the new ASI President Yahir Flores

Christiane Rios, Multimedia Reporter September 30, 2023

"Igniting student's potential and empowering their voices..."   -Yahir Flores   After his only competitor dropped out of the Associate Student Inc. (ASI) elections, fourth year student...

Students check out various clubs and organizations at City of Orgs, held on the main campus walkway on Thursday, August 24, 2023.

Crowds, Clubs and Tacos at this fall’s City of Orgs

Brian Lai and Xavier Zamora September 30, 2023

On Aug 24, crowds of freshmen and returning students attended this fall’s City of Orgs event. From 11am to 2pm, visitors and passerby met with representatives from various student run organizations,...

Ru unpacks signage at the new Panda Express location in the food court on Thursday August 24, 2023. The restaurant grand opening is scheduled for Monday, August 28th.

Panda Express now open at the Cal State LA food court

Leslie Magaña Arias, Multimedia Reporter September 19, 2023

Panda Express has opened its doors at Cal State LA after being teased throughout the spring semester with a banner hanging next to campus eatery “The Spot.” With Panda Express on campus, this will...

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...

Local hospitals offering tests and vaccines.

Students Brace for Another Wave of COVID-19

Cynthia Harbott, Multimedia Reporter September 19, 2023

Despite the rise of COVID-19 cases across Los Angeles, recent revision of a California State University (CSU) policy states that vaccines are no longer required for CSU campuses.    According...

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,...

Strike attendee holds up sign amid several thousand supporters during the first rally of the action. Sign translates to We keep schools safe, We Demand Respect. Photo by Erik Adams.

Cal State LA faculty and students show up to support LAUSD strike

Erik Adams, Senior Multimedia Reporter April 27, 2023

Update: On April 18, The Service Employees United Local 99 said on its website that the Los Angeles Unified School District’s board voted unanimously to ratify the agreement, adding that the contract...

John F. Kennedy Memorial Library has multiple places on its various floors to study alone or with a group. Photo by Anthony Aguilar.

Places students like to study on campus

Anthony Aguilar, Multimedia Reporter April 4, 2023

College students understand that finding the best locations to go study is very important to help with their school performance. But it can be challenging to find some of the best locations on campus,...

Students who may suffer with reading disabilities can utilize software like Kurzweil ® which is a computer based assistive technology that helps with the learning process. Graphic by Will Baker.

How to get help as a disabled student

Thomas Davila, Multimedia Reporter April 2, 2023

“I have a disability. Yes, that’s true, but all that really means is I may have to take a slightly different path than you,” said Guinness World Record holder for the longest wheelie in a wheelchair,...

Load More Stories
Translate »

Comments (1)

All University Times Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest