January 22, 2019
  • 1:30 pm What to Expect When You’re Expecting New Buildings
  • 2:30 pm An Addict’s Journey Doesn’t End with Stopping
  • 2:00 pm Free College Shouldn’t Be a Pipe Dream
  • 1:00 pm Students go “Loco” for Taco Tuesday at CSUDH
  • 12:30 pm CSUDH Mourns Three Influential Professors

By Joseph BaroudStaff Writer I know I didn’t die twice and was spared each time for a life of despair on the street, becoming victim to the syringe and the poppy flower. To the depths of my own personal hell I’ve sunk, but each time I’ve gotten up and started walking again. But I know […]

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By Alex GrafNews Editor If you’re a college student struggling with the financial burden of getting a four-year degree, you’re far from alone. According to the Federal Reserve, American college students carry a whopping total of $1.48 trillion in student loan debt among 44.2 million borrowers, which comes to $39,400 per borrower. But what if […]

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By Bria OversEditor-in-Chief If you haven’t become accustomed to the sounds and sight of new construction on campus quite yet, too bad. Some part of the campus will be under constant construction until at least fall 2021, if not longer, and there will be a lot of bodies and programs moving during that time. That […]

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By Liliana UlloaLifestyle Editor If you have classes on Tuesdays, chances are you’ve come across the long line of students at the east walkway waiting to indulge in Taco Tuesday made possible by campus dining’s Street Food.  Street Food is a student outreach program that provides a more affordable food option to the campus dining […]

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By Osiris BahenaStaff Writer Over the Thanksgiving break, the California State University Dominguez Hills campus community lost three highly regarded instructors who contributed a cumulative 95 years to the university before their retirements. Doctor Ken Ganezer worked in the physics department for 27 years until his retirement in 2017. Antoinette Joan “Toni” Marich worked in […]

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By Fernando BazanStaff Writer We have all encountered someone in our life who is frustratingly naïve, someone who believes incorrect information even when presented with facts. Not to say they are bad people, just incredibly dense.  In 2006, Mike Judge directed and produced “Idiocracy,” a film set in a world filled with characters who embodied […]

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By Alex GrafNews Editor The CSUDH California Faculty Association held its end of the semester breakfast at the Loker Student Union on Dec. 5, 2018, to bring faculty together, reflect on achievements, and celebrate semester’s end as they prepare to negotiate their next contract.  Faculty sat around tables in LSU Ballroom A and munched upon […]

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By Omar HassounStaff Writer With the $4.96 billion Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park still under construction, its future tenants, both of which moved to Los Angeles in order to play there, have had to find temporary homes. The Los Angeles Rams, who returned to LA in 2016 after 20 years in St. Louis, are […]

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By Bria OversEditor-in-Chief Whether visible or hidden, over 40 million people in America have some type of disability, according to the United States Census Bureau. However, it’s been a constant fight for this minority group to receive the justice and respect they yearn for.  That was the point of  Disability and Social Justice Awareness Month, […]

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By Antonio FlowersStaff Writers If you are a big fan of the National Football League, you are most likely aware of it, but casual fans may not realize that one of the top teams in the league this season plays its home games only a few steps west of the CSUDH campus. Heck, they may […]

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