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A Bid Farewell to Senior Athletes

A Bid Farewell to Senior Athletes

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, but a final goodbye to the seniors who will be graduating next week. Tim Klefisch of the...

Engineering a Future

Engineering a Future

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 gave presentations and displayed their final projects to peers, family and major companies. Jesse...

Lackluster Year for the Boys in Gold

Lackluster Year for the Boys in Gold

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 finish fifth in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) in a preseason poll. However...

Recognizing the Dreamers

Recognizing the Dreamers

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 the dreamers, the event was kept private from media and faculty presence. The event was brought...

Golden Eagles’ Baseball Honors Seniors in Season Finale

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 the Cal State East Bay Pioneers. The pregame ceremonies took place at Reeder Field as the Golden...

Bittersweet Ending to Golden Eagles’ 2019 Baseball Season

Bittersweet Ending to Golden Eagles’ 2019 Baseball Season

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 Nazabal pitched for Cal State LA in the opener and went a season-high seven innings as he gave up...

Seniors Headline at Grad-Chill-A

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) and the Alumni Association. The event featured music, games, food by Baja Cali Fish & Tacos and...

The Library That Could Be

The Library That Could Be

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 with Facilities Planning to develop a library project that would better serve the university community. After...

Golden Eagles Finish Fifth in PacWest Tournament

Golden Eagles Finish Fifth in PacWest Tournament

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 got off to a good start in the tournament, as they opened with a 4-0 victory against...

A Tale of Perseverance

A Tale of Perseverance

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 he is today. Sundahl began playing baseball at four years old, after his father built a baseball...

Opt to Adopt

Opt to Adopt

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 eight dogs, including chihuahuas and pitbulls, and one cat last Tuesday in hopes that they would be...

Long Live the Neighborhood Hero

Long Live the Neighborhood Hero

Becky Nava, Staff Writer

April 16, 2019

Last Thursday, dozens gathered around the Golden Eagle Statue to mourn local rapper and community activist, Nipsey Hussle. Hussle was fatally shot just two weeks ago outside of his store, The Marathon, in South Central Los Angeles. Accents of blue and white adorned the scene, from carnations in jars...

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