December 11, 2018
  • 3:00 pm Sundance Winner Documentary Comes to Campus
  • 8:00 am CSUDH Music And Dance Department Offer Winter Concerts This Weekend
  • 4:03 pm Surpassing the Inevitable
  • 4:00 pm Former Toro Baller Made His Mark Over 7,200 Miles Away
  • 2:30 pm Prepare to Relive Your Childhood

By Cecilia JuarezStaff Writer The opportunity to hear an award-winning documentary filmmaker speak about his film will be available Sat. Dec 15, when RaMell Ross, director of A “Hale County This Morning This Evening” will speak in the newly remodeled Laser Recital Hall in LaCorte Hall at 4 p.m. The film has garnered multiple awards […]

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Antonio Flowers and Cindy Sepulveda Staff Writers Two major California State University, Dominguez Hills dance, music and singing concerts featuring compositions either written or performed by artists ranging from Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim to Queen and Aretha Franklin take place over the next few days. But neither will be on campus. Come Into The […]

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By Nathaniel Lowery Staff Writer After he nearly died three years ago in an automobile accident and was told it was unlikely he’d ever play college-level basketball again, David Howard is living proof that a dream, even when deferred, is still possible if you work and believe in it enough. “It’s hard to put into […]

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By Victor Munoz Sports Editor Growing up watching Michael Jordan and then Kobe Bryant, former CSUDH basketball player Zareh Zargaryan was inspired to write his own legendary story. While his two idols were crucial in helping propel American basketball to international status, as well as being two of the greatest players in NBA history, Zargaryan’s […]

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By Liliana Ulloa Lifestyle Editor The heart of every 1990s baby exploded with nostalgia as James Earl Jones’ voice echoed through their ears, “Everything the light touches is our kingdom.” As the original voice of Lion King Mufasa follows images of the Savanna sunrise, the iconic song “The Circle of Life” chants the very words […]

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By Bria Overs Editor-in-Chief The immigrant experience in the United States is not a monolithic one. Much of the political focus for the U.S. has been on immigration reform with a lot of attention on immigrants from Mexico and other countries south of the border; and those from the countries that President Donald Trump has […]

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By Cindy Sepulveda Staff Writer The Information Technology (IT) Service team, in partnership with Modo Labs and Appian, have launched a new iToros Mobile app, designed to help students access important campus resources and services. Earlier this year, Bill Chang, associate vice president of Development & Digital Convergence, along with student focus groups and IT […]

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By Alex Graf News Editor Although Humboldt State University is the northernmost of California State University campuses, two deaths of students on or near it the past two years are reverberating throughout the state, as evidenced by the Nov. 14 CSU Board of Trustees meeting in Long Beach. Members of the Students for Quality Education […]

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By Carissa Diaz Staff Writer Campus dining isn’t limited to what is located in the open areas of the Loker Student Union. Tucked in the northwest part of the building is the easily missed 1910 Café and Lounge. It’s a peaceful place to have a sit-down meal with friends or even have a moment to […]

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By Kelsey Reichmann Managing Editor Out with the old, in with the new, well eventually anyway. As part of the Master Plan at California State University, Dominguez Hills, the Small College Complex will soon be demolished in order for new buildings to be built. All programs and classrooms occupying the SCC will be moved to […]

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