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The sinkhole is now filled up and fencing around the area has been removed.

Six months later, the sinkhole at Circle Drive is finally gone.

Brian Lai and Anne To September 15, 2023

Though the sinkhole is now gone, it won't soon be forgotten. Students interviewed this week and last recalled the frustration it invoked as well as the gratitude they feel now that it's fixed.   In...

Golden Eagles cap historic year with first NCAA Tournament game in over a decade

Alysia Burke , Senior Video Reporter March 18, 2023

For the first time since 2012, the Cal State LA women’s basketball team scored a spot in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II tournament. The Golden Eagles had just come...

Both siblings taking a photo at college commencement.

Spina Bifida has impaired my body but it can’t keep me from achieving my goals

Thomas Davila, Community News Reporter November 19, 2022

More than 15 years ago, I worked out at the gym four days a week, two hours each day. Despite moving around in a wheelchair, my arms and upper body were so strong I could easily move myself in and out...

Veterans Day celebration demonstrates Cal State LA’s appreciation for service members

Alysia Burke , Multimedia Reporter November 14, 2022

  Upon completion of their military career, or even during, many service members choose to pursue higher education opportunities.  At Cal State LA, student-veterans are supported by the Veterans...

Social media sites such as Instagram, Facebook, Youtube and 
Twitter reign dominant as the main sources for online news. 
Students read news to stay informed or to be entertained

Where do college students find their news?

Brian Lai, Multimedia Reporter October 31, 2022

Before the advent of the internet, news stories were consumed through word of mouth, then through print, radio, and television. Now, the internet is the most popular method that people get their news. In...

a group of photos of people

It grows like this

Alyssah Hall, Multimedia Reporter October 31, 2022

In early African culture, many believed that their hair spiritually connected them to God due to it being close to the sky, according to BBC News. Popular Black hairstyles that you see today like locs,...

Soccer players celebrating during a soccer match

Lucas Rosales isn’t just the usual soccer player

Brian Perez, Multimedia Reporter October 17, 2022

Lucas Rosales is a senior attacker for the Golden Eagles men's soccer team. He is from La Quinta, California, and previously played for College of the Desert, where he scored 18 goals and nine assists...

shelves filled with tobaccos

Prop. 31: Measure would uphold ban on flavored tobacco products

Andrew Perez and Brian Perez October 14, 2022

Melon twist. Cherry crush. Very vanilla. Bubble gum. These sound like candy flavors but they’re actually the kinds of tobacco products that critics say are marketed to kids. “As a kid, if you...

A graphic of a TV with scales saying, Better Call Saul

‘Better Call Saul’ better than most legal shows?

Oscar Torres, Digital Editor September 5, 2022

When watching a show about criminal justice it should draw you in with the dramatic court cases and intense decision making scenes. But what makes people get drawn to these portrayals of law? Shows...

Graphic showing a mail inbox that is red and different warning signs.

Cal State LA students tired of getting scam emails

Brian Lai, Reporter May 17, 2022

For the past several weeks, there have been reports of various scam emails ending up in the Cal State LA inboxes of not only university students but campus faculty as well.  These fraudulent emails...

President Covino talking in a zoom meeting.

Administrators discuss gym, elevator and other improvements in the works

Erik Adams, Reporter May 16, 2022

Associated Students, Inc. hosted a webinar on Thursday, May 12 to address issues Cal State LA’s student body has about the state of the university. Among the topics discussed were the return to campus...

News Break S3E4

April 8, 2022

Today on News Break, Hosts Priscilla Caballero and Braylin Collins give a round-up of the recent University Times stories.

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