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 student news site of California State University - Los Angeles

University Times

Fire that started on campus and was being put out by the fire department.

A late-night brushfire sparks up near Cal State LA

Brian Lai, Multimedia Reporter May 4, 2022

On April 25, a fire enveloped brush and a palm tree near the transit center on campus. The only video of the fire, first posted by Instagram account, “csulatruth,” is by a passerby who filmed the tree...

Berta Acero, Noa Davico and Chelsea Ruiz pose for a photo during senior day.

Golden Eagle women’s tennis celebrated the seniors

Irene Hernandez, Contributor May 4, 2022

What was supposed to be the final game of the season for the women’s tennis team turned out to be a celebration and friendly tennis match among the team members and some of the men's soccer players.  The...

Jaime Arellano sharing his thoughts about the ASI election process anticipating the results.

New ASI president elected after 3.5% voter turnout

Will Baker, Reporter May 3, 2022

The recent ASI election saw a nearly 40% increase in participation, according to elections and outreach commissioner Eric Piccolotti. Even still, the voter turnout this year was only 3.5% of the student...

Los Faustinos flyer showing where the play is happening.

Los Faustinos has final performance at Cal State LA 

Anna Kuchison, Intern May 2, 2022

Cal State LA’s production of Los Faustinos opened on April 21 and ran through the 30. It was directed by Roberto Alcaraz, a theater professor at Cal State LA. The musical comedy-drama told the story...

Flyers posted all over campus raising awareness of the current commencement plans.

Golden Eagles feel their wings are clipped with future parking lot graduation

Will Baker and Brian Lai May 2, 2022

With less than 21 days until graduation, some Golden Eagles are feeling a little less than satisfied with the university's decision to hold the graduation ceremonies in the parking lot. CSU Long Beach...

Picture of the front of King Hall with a single student walking out of the building.

Breaking: Cal State LA launching a project to replace King Hall

Jessica Liu, Intern Reporter April 26, 2022

Cal State LA announced that they have launched a project to replace King Hall, one of the largest and busiest buildings on campus.  According to the King Hall Replacement Project website, it will “result...

A sign posted to the King Hall elevator, informing students it is out of order. The South elevators were down for more than three weeks.

Slow to fix accessibility issues?

Victoria Ivie, Managing Editor April 18, 2022

Broken elevators, painful trips up flights of stairs and no solution in sight for weeks on end. Cal State LA students with disabilities say these are some of the accessibility issues affecting them on...

Collage of photos obtained from Edwin Estrada showing the alleged car thief in action, Estradas crime report sheet and his car getting towed after the fact.

BREAKING Caught on video: Alleged car thieves break into one Cal State LA student’s car, drive off in another’s

Mia Alva, Editor-in-Chief April 14, 2022

A student caught a possible car theft in progress on campus and managed to get the person who broke into his car during broad daylight on video. Natural science major Edwin Estrada walked to his car...

Picture of a petitioner and their tent on the main walkway on campus.

Cal State LA students fed up with petitioners on campus

Mia Alva, Editor-in-Chief April 4, 2022

Ever since Cal State LA students returned to in-person classes for the spring semester, petitioners have had a negative impact around campus.  Students have been followed, harassed and yelled at after...

Illustration of a graph that is increasing and people on top of the graph doing different activities like reading and studying.

Above Average: What college life is like for those in their 30s and beyond

Erik Adams, Reporter April 1, 2022

The old claim that “slow and steady wins the race” is one that rings true in regard to higher education. Except, it’s not really a race. “It doesn't really matter how (or) what road you take...

Photo of tables with yellow umbrellas across from the transit center.

What are students doing over spring break?

Priscilla Caballero, Reporter & News Break Anchor March 28, 2022

Spending more time with friends, family or perhaps a significant other?  Enjoying delicious food? Traveling? Finally being able to get more sleep? Spring break has officially started, and...

A picture of the main archway on campus in front of the student union at night.

Nights feel dark at Cal State LA: Students share their concerns about campus safety

Denis Akbari, Intern Reporter March 27, 2022

Parking lots, bus stops and the dorms are seen as the most unsafe areas at night on campus by Golden Eagles. Students have recently reported robberies and burglaries in the housing areas, causing some...

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