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Impaction Talks Continue at ASI Board Meeting

Impaction Talks Continue at ASI Board Meeting

Darwin Lopez, Contributing Writer

March 19, 2019


Filed under Newest, News

Last Thursday at an ASI board meeting, Golden Eagle Justice presented Provost Mahoney with a petition containing “over a thousand signatures” that critique the job that President Covino, Provost Mahoney, and Vice Provost Enders are doing in regard to listening to student’s comments and concerns. Mahoney...

Impaction Moves Forward with Amendments

Impaction Moves Forward with Amendments

Marissa Chavez, Digital Editor

March 12, 2019


Filed under Campus News, Newest

On Feb. 18, President William A. Covino sent out a university-wide email explaining the schools decision to declare impaction beginning fall 2020. After three public hearings and feedback from students and the community, Covino and members of the administration have decided to move forward with impaction,...

Impaction: Another Step Eroding Shared Governance

Anthony Karambelas, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Sure, it frustrating to see our campus take a left turn towards elitism. But, the new impaction proposal signals a lot more than an attempt to exclude those outside campus walls. It is a breach of trust from within. The administration has made the show of inclusivity, hosting three hearings, an online...

The Problem with Admission

The Problem with Admission

Marissa Chavez, Digital Editor

February 26, 2019


Filed under Campus News, Newest

“Impaction disproportionately targets the students” “We’re not intimidated, we’re not scared, we’re here to support each other” “They’re supposed to be serving us” “This plan denies our opportunities”     Cal State LA held three public hearings last...

University Community Demands Covino’s Attention

University Community Demands Covino’s Attention

Marissa Chavez, Digital Editor

February 23, 2019


Filed under Campus News, Newest

Thursday’s public hearing was unlike any forum held in recent memory. From the start, students, faculty, and community members were determined to make their voices heard, and they were successful. This was the two of three public hearings scheduled to be held as a response to the students rebuttal t...

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