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

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...

A Director at LAHSA attended the Alhambra Homeless Count to help organize the event

L.A. County homeless count goes digital, raising concerns about its new app

Anne To, Community News Reporter May 5, 2022

Pens and clipboards were replaced with an app this year for hundreds of volunteers who participated in the annual Homeless Count organized by the Los Angeles Homeless Security Authority.  The new tallying...

A carnival with many people of all ages having fun

El Monte Spring Fair gives small businesses a platform

Anne To, Community News Reporter May 2, 2022

Brightly colored ticket booths, bustling carnival games, and towering roller coasters drew droves of customers to the El Monte Spring Fair last month. Waiting on the sidelines were vendors offering...

Verizon Wireless float attendees dance along Santa Monica Boulevard.

Networking with other family-run businesses helps Eagle Rock events planner thrive

Gerardo De Los Santos, Community News Reporter May 2, 2022

Small businesses in Eagle Rock don’t just make the neighborhood special, but they support each other -- helping them survive threats from chain businesses and economic downturns alike. That’s according...

A women walking through the walkway

Shining a light on autism in Watts

Evelyn Contreras, Community News Reporter April 8, 2022

Laquanda Wilson, who has been raising awareness about autism in the Watts community for the past five years, is holding her annual Autism walk this April. She described why she started doing it and the...

Illustration of fists in the air and a banner at the bottom saying, unite for women.

Intersectional before its time: Cal State LA honors International Women’s Day

Victoria Ivie, Managing Editor March 14, 2022

Sterilization abuse, infant mortality, welfare and wage exploitation. These are the topics one bicoastal activist organization strived to combat within Black, Latina, Asian, Indigenous and Middle Eastern...

Picture of Carmen Cuba in the Zoom meeting.

Stranger no more: ‘Stranger Things’ casting director speaks at Cal State for the first time

Priscilla Caballero, Reporter & News Break Anchor February 25, 2022

Cal State LA alumna and Emmy award winning casting director, Carmen Cuba, is famously known for her work on “Stranger Things,” “Magic Mike,” “Now You See Me” and “The Martian,” just to...

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