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University Celebrates The Year of the Pig

University Celebrates The Year of the Pig

Marissa Chavez, Digital Editor

February 6, 2019


Filed under Arts, Culture, Newest

The Cross Cultural Centers (CCC) host an event on campus last Thursday to celebrate the Chinese New Year. The day included special performances, crafts, guest speakers and a variety of cultural food. Each year, many of the individuals who celebrate this tradition do not go to work or do any cleaning...

Fyre vs Fyre

Fyre vs Fyre

Marisa Vasquez, Managing Editor

January 29, 2019


Filed under News

White sandy beaches, brunch on a yacht, sexy celebrities galore and enough alcohol to quench the thirst of the USC and UCLA fraternity rows combined; this was the image that Fyre Festival sold when they announced its existence to the world. Unbeknownst to those who bought into the millennial dream,...

Power of the Spanglish Word

Power of the Spanglish Word

Anthony Karambelas, Staff Reporter

November 2, 2016


Filed under News

How does one unite a community? Actually, let’s rephrase that: how does one unite the 57th most populous city in the United States? Simple: through theater, song, and dance. The city of Santa Ana, with a high Latino demographic, houses so many unique stories that beg to be told. What better ...

Ain’t no mountain high enough for these two

Ain’t no mountain high enough for these two

J. Aaron Delgado, Photo Editor

November 2, 2016


Filed under Health, Lifestyle

What if one hike a week could change your life forever? Keen Thoughtz, a show on Golden Eagle Radio hosted by Daisy Villalobos and Jessica Mehdikhani revolving around the environment, exposes listeners to the 52 Hike challenge that inspires people to explore the great outdoors and change people’s ...

Women call catcalling harassment, not flattery

Women call catcalling harassment, not flattery

Marrian Zhou, Managing Editor

October 20, 2016


Filed under Blogs, Headlines

When a girl becomes a woman, it is almost absurd if she does not get yelled “Damn baby, look at that a**” when she walks down the street. This rather offensive action has become a usual and frequent experience for modern women, and more aggressive street harassments keep happening yet not taken se...

Notas breves

Notas breves

Jessica Magaña

October 6, 2016


Filed under La Onda

Con la llegada del otoño, los colores de moda no pueden faltar. De acuerdo a la empresa Pantone, en esta temporada predominan varios colores, pero se destaca, el azul cielo, que combinado con el color gris, dan una imagen fresca. Esta mezcla de colores, da una impresión de libertad y serenidad. El...

Abroad and Beyond

Abroad and Beyond

Janice Peregrina, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2016


Filed under News

On Tuesday, September 27, the Cal State LA International Office launched its yearly Study Abroad Fair. Many inquisitive young faces roamed the numerous booths offering up information and exciting opportunities for higher education outside of the university setting. The event started around 9 AM, yet ...

El pez globo, tan sabroso como mortífero.

El pez globo, tan sabroso como mortífero.

Yeraldín Estrada

September 30, 2016


Filed under La Onda

El pez globo o fugo, como es reconocido en Japón, se destaca por su cualidad de expandirse y por su mortífero veneno; sin embargo, es muy importante para la gastronomía japonesa desde hace muchos años. El fugo es un platillo que además de ser altamente costoso, es muy peligroso debido a la sustancia...

Blair, or Bland? New technology can’t save this release

Blair, or Bland? New technology can’t save this release

Janice Peregrina, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2016


Filed under Arts

It has been seventeen years since the release of The Blair Witch Project, in case you need a recollection of how old you are. Remember that movie? Your older sibling probably had it in their VHS collection, and you and your friends naively watched it together, thinking it wasn’t as scary as they sa...

Police thankful for Good Samaritan

Police thankful for Good Samaritan

Anthony Karambelas, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2016


Filed under News

What did you do this summer? Binge watch on Netflix? Maybe saw a superhero movie or two? Cal State LA Daniel Garza student took it a step further and became a hero by saving a human life. On June 22 at around 2:00 pm, Garza was driving home from school on Valley Blvd, to take a nap before work, when...

Decolonizing Violence traces the impact of colonialism on indigenous women

Decolonizing Violence traces the impact of colonialism on indigenous women

Janice Peregrina, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2016


Filed under Arts

On September 14th, the University-Student Union held an event titled Relighting the Historical Record: Violence Against Native and Indigenous Women. The event was hosted by the Cross Cultural Centers, and Dr. Kimberly Robertson, an activist and professor, as well as an active member of the Mvskoke Creek...

One game to rule ‘em all

One game to rule ‘em all

Anthony Karambelas

August 29, 2016


Filed under Headlines, Health

Over the summer, you might have heard of Pokemon Go and how it has taken over the phone batteries of players internationally. But, what if the game were sponsored by a school? Make that school Cal State LA. At the beginning of this semester, the MindMatters Initiative, founded by President William Covino...

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