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Comedy fundraiser for the Golden Eagle baseball team at the Student Playhouse

Calista Pineda, Multimedia Reporter February 21, 2024

Cal State LA alumni and former baseball player for the Golden Eagles, Wilem Drozdowsk has returned to the university to help his beloved team. He put on a comedy night fundraiser at the Student Playhouse,...

Rain on Cal State LAs campus.

‘Rain, Rain, Go Away’

Tristan Longwell, Digital Editor February 5, 2024

Cal State LA moved to remote learning for one-day as the “Pineapple Express” storm continues to sweep across Los Angeles County.   The National Weather Service predicts that the storm will...

Renovations to the university library are soon to be in-progress.

An indefinite delay in the reconstruction of library space

Brian Lai and Christiane Rios February 1, 2024

The John F. Kennedy Memorial Library recently underwent renovations in an attempt to expand and modernize study spaces. However, further renovations to the library have been postponed indefinitely.   Carlos...

A campus where Latinos account for 69.4% of total enrollees. Cal State LAs Counseling and Psychological Services office provides in-person therapy to students.

Cal State LA Latinx students reflect on mental health and cultural stigmas

Marcos Franco, Managing Editor February 1, 2024

“Échale ganas,” or “give it your all,” is the advice Alejandro Duran’s parents gave him in high school when managing classes, soccer and college prep programs overwhelmed him enough that he...

Cal State LA guard Shane Bell shoots and makes a 3-pointer against Chico State at the University Gym on January 18, 2023. The Golden Eagles won 86-80.

Golden Eagles men’s basketball remains perfect at home

Sasha Funes, Multimedia Reporter February 1, 2024

The Golden Eagles men’s basketball team continued their home winning streak following back-to-back wins against Chico State on Jan. 18, and Cal Poly Humboldt on Jan. 20. It is now 6-0 at home and...

Cal State LA students will graduate at the convention center in spring 2024. Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Cal State LA students to graduate at convention center, not in parking lot

Tristan Longwell, Digital Editor January 28, 2024

Rumors about the location of the spring 2024 commencement ceremony have been swirling around Cal State LA's campus. It looks like the rumors are true.   Associated Students Incorporation (ASI)...

Illustration by Rebeca Hernandez.

More Alhambra residents report mental health issues

Arturo Orellana, Community News Reporter December 18, 2023

Crime. Drugs. Post-pandemic anxiety. Greater awareness of mental health issues. Whatever the reason, a higher percentage of Alhambra residents reported their mental health is “not good” in recent...

Performing theater, performing gender: Student spotlight on Luca Stapleton

Adriana Davila, Multimedia Reporter December 15, 2023

“Don’t dream it, be it,” Luca Stapleton (she/they) said as she quoted,“The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”  From a young age, 19-year-old transgender actress Luca Stapleton knew who she was and...

What’s with all of the labor unease at Cal State LA?

Gavin J. Quinton, Multimedia Reporter December 15, 2023

Strikes, signs, petitions, pickets, votes and walkouts. It's hard to miss the buzz on campus these days as several different groups of workers organize to protest working conditions, determined to...

Tensions high at Cal State LA amid Israel-Hamas war

Tristan Longwell, Community News Digital Editor-In-Chief December 5, 2023

The war between Israel and Hamas and the fight for land between Israel and Palestine has been a subject of discussion and dismay at multiple universities in Southern California.    In a...

Deputy Daniel Padilla is at the sheriffs station in the city of Industry as he prepares for a 10-hour shift.

Crime concerns in East Los Angeles

Clifton Johnson Jr., Community News Reporter November 29, 2023

East Los Angeles residents are concerned for their well-being with the recent uptick in crime in the neighborhood.  In 2022, the neighborhood had 18 robberies and 65 violent crimes each month, on average....

A portion of the 10 Freeway bridge is damaged from Alameda Street to Santa Fe Street.

I-10 Freeway closure interrupting student life

Anne To, Editor-in-chief November 20, 2023

Cal State LA students reported concerns about the 10 Freeway closure with classes moved to Zoom and longer commutes interrupting their schedules.   “It's just gonna take extra time out of...

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