University Times

Joanna Tachias

May 11, 2018


Filed under The Nest

A melting pot of cultures from across the world, LA can easily be a foodie’s dream. Which is why it made complete sense that Brooklyn’s Smorgasburg—one of America’s largest open-air food markets—made its way to the city of angels in 2016. Now with over 60 vendors, “the Woodstock of eating”...

ANDROGYNY at the Center of the World

ANDROGYNY at the Center of the World

Valerie Lesser

May 4, 2018


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How would you define LA’s role in the rock history? With some help from Dylan Melody’s ANDROGYNY creator, Dylan Melody, and live guitarist, Jeffrey Daffodil, Valerie Lesser offers insight on the topic. The musicians also talk about their early experiences in LA, and tell us how the city influenc...

CSULA Officers to Receive Body Cameras

Alexandria Bell

May 4, 2018


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Cal State LA students may see campus police wearing a new piece of equipment this year: Body Cameras. After the approval from the department of public safety, the body as well as dash cameras have been introduced on a trial bases. Cameras are to be supplied by the company Watch Guard, and Cal State LA’s...

The Pacific, To Be Specific

The Pacific, To Be Specific

Betty Green

May 4, 2018


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Cal State LA is well known for its diverse community from around the world; but there still are some races that remain underrepresented, fading into the background. For years, Pacific Islanders have been categorized as Asian Americans. According to the book, Racism, Sexism and the Media: Multicultural Iss...

Nannies to the Rescue

Nannies to the Rescue

Roman Banuelos Jr

May 4, 2018


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Countless fulltime professionals around the world rely on these skilled caretakers to sail through the mighty task of parenting. But offering proper care for someone else’s child is never an easy job. Roman Banuelos Jr speaks to Britney Clemente—who is a special needs nanny, and currently cares fo...

NDAs: 101

NDAs: 101

Valerie Lesser

May 4, 2018


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Following the scandal surrounding Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, news outlets are now not only asking “who,” but “how?” With dozens of victims, most being women, coming forward with their stories, news outlets have been looking into how so many people could’ve been harassed for decades...

At Howlin Ray’s

Lacie Armstrong

April 20, 2018


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You can tell a restaurant is getting it right when the wait-time is a couple hours even on a regular day! If we were to take the word from their Twitter account, it’s quite a common site outside the Howlin Ray’s. Lacie Armstrong stops by Chinatown’s “bona fide phenomenon” to find out what’s...

H&M wants all your clothes

H&M wants all your clothes

Giselle Velazquez

April 20, 2018


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Spring-cleaning is a perfect opportunity to clear out that closet you have been intending to since god knows when! But how much of that clothing will end up in the trash (or stuffed back where it was)? A part of the issue is we don’t know what to do with those old clothes. Well, H&M might just...

The Veiling of the Villa

Jen Murua

April 20, 2018


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One of Los Angeles’ beloved museums, The Getty Villa, closed several of its galleries as well as its popular peristyle pool for remodeling last year. The closures have come to an end this spring with several new features. Jen Murua visits the beachfront site in Malibu for a sneak peak. Jen Murua is a senior jo...

Helping People Help Themselves

Joanna Tachias

April 20, 2018


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“Weight Loss is more mental than it is physical,” says Alyssa, the director of the San Dimas Body Transformation Camp. In an interview with Joanna Tachias, she explains the workings of the program, and sheds light on how she navigates the sensitive conversations with clients. The interview was...

The East L.A. Walkouts of 1968 Reenacted Today

Brenda Andrade

April 20, 2018


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Cal State LA commemorated the 1968 East Los Angeles Walkouts by honoring and remembering the student activists who walked and took a stand for the cause. The celebration examined the Chicano civil rights movement that took place 50 years ago that was the springboard, which established the education,...

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