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BSU Shows Out

BSU Shows Out

Marissa Chavez, Digital Editor

March 19, 2019

Students at Cal State LA celebrated the black community at the first ever Show Up Show Out event this past Friday. During the event, the U-SU Plaza was home to vibrant performances that made the crowd get up and dance. The audience was given free food and allowed the opportunity to network within...

She Kills Opening Night

She Kills Opening Night

Joshua Letona, Intern Reporter

March 11, 2019

“She Kills Monsters” premiered as the first show of the spring semester at Cal State LA’s State Playhouse last Thursday night. As the audience entered the theater, 90’s music filled the room, setting the tone for the experience that awaited them. Set in 1995, Agnes Evans (Jessica Berón) discovers...

An Evening of Culture

Monica Tamayo, P.R. Assistant

March 5, 2019

Traditional dances, food and attire from around the globe filled the Golden Eagle Ballroom. The College of Professional and Global Education, in partnership with the International Student Organization, hosted the International Culture Night and Dinner on February 27. The event was created to celebrate...

Pixar Sparks New Tales

Pixar Sparks New Tales

Anthony Karambelas, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2019

From the studio that brought you tear-jerking animations like Coco and Up, and blockbusting franchises like Cars, Monsters Inc., Toy Story and the Incredibles, now comes a more experimental arm of operations. Pixar’s new venture, SparkShorts, provides a new platform for its story artists to animate...

The Perks of Study Abroad

The Perks of Study Abroad

Marissa Chavez, Digital Editor

February 18, 2019

Studying abroad can have a positive impact on an individual’s career and individual growth. Students can receive academic credits all while developing language skills and expanding their intellectual and cultural capabilities. The International Student Organization on campus has over 25 different...