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Students in hands-on classes are expected to face obstacles in light of coronavirus. (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Trade-Technical College)

As classes move online, students’ anxieties shift into high gear

Kilmer Salinas, Community News Reporter March 17, 2020

Erika Gonzalez, a fourth-year student at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College in South Los Angeles, already has a lot going on in her life: While both of her parents work, Gonzalez, a first-generation college...

Cal State LA student athletes honored by the athletic department in awards banquet.

A Bid Farewell to Senior Athletes

Cal State LA student-athletes honored at award banquet.
Anthony Quach, Sports Editor May 14, 2019

Cal State LA's Division of Intercollegiate Athletics held their twelfth annual Student-Athletes Awards Banquet last Monday in the Golden Eagle Ballroom. It was not only an award show for the students athletes,...

Justin Torres shows an attendee his team's project on a robotic tool dock.

Engineering a Future

Cal State LA’s ECST college hosts their annual capstone expo, displaying sponsored student projects.
Monica Tamayo, P.R. Assistant May 7, 2019

Last Friday, the department of Engineering, Computer Science and Technology (ECST) hosted their Capstone Senior Design Expo at the Golden Eagle Ballroom and University-Student Union. Over 150 seniors...

After finishing eighth in the conference this season, the Golden Eagles will miss the playoffs for the first time since 2016. Pictured: (left) third baseman Anthony Moreno (23) and (right) right fielder Adam Gordon (29) meet at home plate.

Lackluster Year for the Boys in Gold

After falling short of the playoffs, the Golden Eagles look ahead to the future.
Anthony Quach, Sports Editor May 7, 2019

It was an up and down year for the Cal State LA men’s baseball team during the 2019 season. Vince Beringhele returned for his twelfth season as the Golden Eagles head coach. His team was picked to...

Henoc Preciado (Director of the Erika J. Glazer Family Dreamers Resource Center), providing Keynote Speaker Cristina Jimenez a thank you gift after she delivered her speech.

Recognizing the Dreamers

DACA students recognized in their own graduate ceremony.
Joshua Letona, Contributing Writer May 7, 2019

Cal State LA recognized its Dreamers in a private ceremony celebrating their accomplishments last Saturday. The Graduate Recognition Ceremony occurred in the Golden Eagle Ballroom and at the request of...

Group picture of the graduating seniors with their friends and families as well as the baseball staff on Senior Day at the Reeder Field.

Golden Eagles’ Baseball Honors Seniors in Season Finale

Anthony Quach, Sports Editor April 29, 2019

A rough and disappointing season came to an end last Sunday for the Cal State LA men’s baseball team, but not before they said their final goodbyes to their seniors prior to the season finale against...

Second baseman Jordan Peabody (8) fields the ball and prepares to throw the runner out at first.

Bittersweet Ending to Golden Eagles’ 2019 Baseball Season

Cal State LA drops final season series to East Bay Pioneers
Anthony Quach and Isaac Gutierrez April 29, 2019

The Cal State LA Golden Eagles only managed to win one game in a four-game California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) home stand against the Cal State East Bay Pioneers at Reeder Field. Austin...

Seniors Headline at Grad-Chill-A

The graduating class of 2019 celebrate their accomplishments.
Monica Tamayo, P.R. Assistant April 23, 2019

The senior graduating class of 2019 gathered around the University-Student Union (U-SU) Plaza to celebrate the very first Grad-Chill-A last Wednesday, hosted by Associated Students, Incorporated (ASI)...

JFK Memorial Library exterior facing West. Rendering courtesy of Carlos Rodriguez, Dean of the Library

The Library That Could Be

Over the last few years, University Library Dean Juan Carlos Rodriguez has been working on a plan to upgrade sections of the library.
Marissa Chavez, Digital Editor April 23, 2019

Cal State LA’s Library has not been renovated since it was built in the late 1950s, including both the North and South Wings. Upon his arrival in 2016, library dean Juan Carlos Rodriguez began working...

Golden Eagles' Amanda Schneider (left) and Isabella Lopez (right) clinched the first point for their team in a 6-4 win against Point Loma's Gabi Armas and Ellie Gamble in the 5th Place Match of the PacWest Conference Championship. Photo courtesy of PacWest Conference

Golden Eagles Finish Fifth in PacWest Tournament

Cal State LA women’s tennis playoffs recap.
Anthony Quach, Sports Editor April 23, 2019

After four days of competition, the seventh seed Cal State LA Golden Eagles finished fifth in the 2019 PacWest Women's Tennis Championship Tournament at Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex in Arizona. The...

Golden Eagles' team captain, Spencer Sundahl (9), takes his at-bat against the San Marcos Cougars.

A Tale of Perseverance

Two major injuries not enough to stop Spencer Sundahl
Anthony Quach, Sports Editor April 18, 2019

Entering his senior year at Cal State LA and his final season as a member of the baseball team, Golden Eagles’ team captain and first baseman/catcher Spencer Sundahl had to overcome a lot to get to where...

Students were able to play with dogs from the Baldwin Park Animal Care Center during their Adopt A Pet Event last Tuesday. Cal State L.A., 2019.

Opt to Adopt

Furry friends await adoption as they pay the university a visit.
Marissa Chavez, Digital Editor April 16, 2019

On Tuesday, April 9, the grassy null by the Library’s South Palmer Wing drew attention as furry pets paid the campus a visit in hopes of being adopted. The Baldwin Park Animal Care Center brought...

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