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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

The bumper of the flipped over car fallen off of the vehicle.

BREAKING: Car flips over next to Hellman bridge, crashing into three cars

Marcos Franco and Anne To May 2, 2024

Earlier today, a car headed westbound over the Hellman bridge on Paseo Rancho Castilla lost control and crashed into three parked vehicles in front of the North Field on campus.    The driver...

Members of the California Faculty Association strike in front of the CSULA U-SU building on Monday, Jan. 22, 2024. Photo by Xavier Zamora/University Times

CFA strike ends after one day, reaching tentative agreement with the CSU

Anne To, Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2024

Braving the wet weather dressed in raincoats and armed with signs, California Faculty Association (CFA) members across the 23 CSUs marched out in the rain calling for higher wages, longer parental leave,...

Cal State LA CSUEU Chapter 311 picket for higher wages and better working conditions. (Photo courtesy of CSUEU Chapter 311)

Thousands of students across the CSU system set on union vote

Marcos Franco, Managing Editor January 24, 2024

Raised by a zoologist father, Danielle Lee found a passion for environment conservation early on in life. It’s the reason she decided to become a compost intern in the sustainability department at...

Music for the Masses: CSULA Students Love Scenario with K-pop.

Xavier Zamora and Anne To October 11, 2023

Tables were packed in the U-SU Los Angeles Rooms with students all with a single interest, K-pop.    “K-pop fan culture is like a little thing of its own,” said CSI student assistant Andrea...

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...

2023 graduating students will hold commencement on a campus parking lot, just like last year.

BREAKING: The countdown to commencement comes with disappointment

Denis Akbari, Digital Editor February 1, 2023

This article has been updated to add a statement from the university. One hundred and nine days until commencement and graduating students have mixed feelings about what Cal State LA has in store for...

Graphic by Oscar Torres.

How to ensure you graduate from Cal State LA

Oscar Torres, Community News Digital Editor January 25, 2023

For every student, it can feel rewarding to finish their time in school and acquire their bachelor’s or master’s. However, there are requirements that students have to know about.  With many preparing...

Cal State LA hires new food contractor after claims of poor quality food

Cal State LA hires new food contractor after claims of poor quality food

Victoria Ivie, Editor-in-Chief January 23, 2023

Over the winter break, Cal State LA canceled the contract it had with Aramark as a food service provider and contracted Chartwells. The Chartwells dining officially opened Jan. 20 and has foods such as...

Cal State LA students walking in front of the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library. Photo by Anne To.

Students weigh in on this semester’s COVID safety protocols

Erik Adams, Senior Multimedia Reporter January 23, 2023

As Cal State LA heads into the Spring 2023 semester, data from the CDC suggests that rates of new COVID-19 cases in California have slowed down significantly since January 2022. However, the university’s...

a face shot of all the board of trustees in Cal State LA.

President Covino’s annual salary raised by 29%

Erik Adams, Multimedia Reporter November 15, 2022

Cal State LA’s president, William Covino, is seeing a new bump in his salary. As of July 2022, Covino’s new salary is $451,103, an increase of over $100,000 from his previous pay of $348,423. The...

The search committee forum was hosted in the Luckman Theatre on campus, although Cal State 
LA community members were able to attend either in person or virtually.

Diversity and the presidential search

Jessica Lopez, Multimedia Reporter November 13, 2022

Faculty from all walks of life stood in solidarity with one another to voice their concerns during the Cal State LA presidential search open forum held in Luckman Theatre on November 2.  The forum...

a photo of the solar eagle III

Library’s archival exhibit celebrates university’s 75th year

Erik Adams, Multimedia Reporter October 31, 2022

A multi-decade history saw its commemoration in full effect last Thursday during the opening of the university library’s new exhibit, “We Are LA: Uncovering 75 Years of Legacy in the University Archives.” The...

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