Wondering what to do between classes? Here's what's happening on campus:


Check out current and past issues of the print edition of the CSUDH Bulletin.







  • The Fitness Center is open 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 5:15 to 8:15 p.m. Monday and Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and 5:15 to 8:15 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. Those attending must bring their own towel, appropriate attire and a valid CSUDH ID.
  • The College of Arts & Humanities, the Division of Performing, Visual & Digital Media Arts and the Music Department presents "A Spring Celebration of Jazz" with the CSU Dominguez Hills Jazz Ensemble and Stephen Moore as conductor and director at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 4, in the La Corte Hall Marvin Laser Recital Hall A103. Admission is $2. Parking is $5.
  • The LA Galaxy soccer team is giving discounted tickets to students to promote Toro Night, a night dedicated to CSUDH students. The team will play the Colorado Rapids at 7:30 p.m. May 2 in the StubHub Center. For more information, call (916) 798-4035.
  • Support the Toro baseball team at the CCAA Championship Tournament at noon Saturday May 2 on the Toro Field.
  • “The Font of Black Culture in Los Angeles: The Alfred and Bernice Ligon Aquarian Collection” art exhibit is open in the University and Archives Department through Sept. 1 on the fifth floor of the University Library South Wing.
1910 Cafe & Lounge transforms wall into a great space for art students to show off their vibrant works.

By Anacani Macias
Staff Writer

      Contemporary artwork has replaced old black-and-white photographs of airplanes in the campus restaurant.
      There are currently 10 pieces that include photographs, acrylic canvas, color pencil, chalk pastel and micro pen on paper.

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28 April 2015

Students party with puppies to relieve stress.

22 April 2015

Library celebrates 5th year of its addition.

​22 April 2015

Bringing awareness to ​violence prevention.​

30 April 2015

About 50 groups participate in annual justice fair.

22 April 2015

Faculty recognized for their research.

21 April 2015

Students learn business

dining etiquette.

FALL 2014


28 April 2015

Author reads from her novel inspired by her 7th graders.

23 April 2015

Himalyan school co-founder discusses challenges.​

Professor of Art Gilah Hirsch, author of "Demonic to Divine," also talked about her love for her mother despite her illness.

By Yesenia Campos
Online Staff Writer

    “The Shulamis in her tried to kill her baby at eight months,” said Gilah Yelin Hirsch, author and publisher of “Demonic to Divine: The Double Life of Shulamis Yelin,” began her talk about her mother and her mental instability and the journals that led to her book.

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​​​​​​​Faculty member shares stories of her mother's abuse that led to book

​​​​​​​​​​​​Student artwork now on the menu