November 15, 2018
  • 12:00 pm Toros Get Defensive in Women’s Basketball Victory
  • 11:30 am Trio of Toro Underclassmen Earn All-Conference Honors
  • 9:00 am Presidential Distinguished Lecture Featuring Tommie Smith Brings Awareness to CSUDH
  • 7:30 pm Holes in the Wall You Can Walk To
  • 7:00 pm CBD – Three Letters That Just Might Revolutionize How You Deal With Anxiety

By Joseph Baroud Staff Writer A tenacious defensive performance in the second half by the CSUDH women’s basketball team keyed a come-from-behind, 74-65, victory Saturday over Biola University, the Toros’ second win this season in as many chances. The back-and-forth game saw the Toros pull out to a six-point advantage at the end of the […]

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By Victor Munoz Sports Editor The California Collegiate Athletic Association all-conference fall awards have been announced and three Toros have been honored: Ruth Maria-Soto for women’s soccer; Tati Yandall for women’s volleyball; and D’morea Alewine for men’s soccer. Sophomore goalkeeper Soto was named to the All-CCAA Second Team, her second and All-CCAA award. Her freshman […]

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A panel of prominent African-Americans involved in the athletics world kicked off the first Presidential Distinguished Lecture series of California State University, Dominguez Hills President Thomas A. Parham’s tenure Nov. 7. The focus of the panel discussion was the intersection of athletics and social issues, and whether athletics is a suitable platform for people to […]

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By Fernando Bazan Staff Writer If you drive to campus, chances are you’ve passed it many times, but tend to avoid stopping due to the lack of parking and the number of people who seem to be loitering in and around it. But the small shopping center on the northeast corner of Avalon Boulevard and […]

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If you suffer from any form of anxiety, chances are you’ve been recommended to just “smoke some weed, man” by every amiable pothead you come across. If smoking herb is not your thing, however, and the horrendous health care system in America renders paying for medication an impossibility, the answer for your anxiety may still […]

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By Alex Graf News Editor Have you ever wanted to see the true size of the Lincoln Memorial (hint: it’s bigger than the representation on the back of the penny)? Ever wanted to see the favorite chair of American’s First Bigot (no, not that one–Archie Bunker of “All in the Family” fame, whose chair used […]

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By Victor Munoz Sports Editor Nearly half a century before Colin Kaepernick and the issue of NFL players kneeling during the National Anthem became a controversy that roiled the nation, two American athletes in 1968 waged their own silent protest during the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” during an awards ceremony at the Mexico City […]

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By Joshua Samuel Staff Writer Though it’s a federal holiday observed across the country and a day on which we honor all those who have served in the U.S. military, Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11, is sometimes overlooked in terms of late-year holidays, as Thanksgiving, Christmas and other festive celebrations come quick on its heels. But […]

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By Kelsey Reichmann Managing Editor California State University, Dominguez Hills will appeal a number of the 18 citations, as well as the fines associated with them, given by a state regulatory agency involved in workplace safety, Frank Polizzi, director of communications for Cal/OSHA, said that even though all but three of the violations were corrected […]

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By Joseph Baroud Staff Writer The California State University, Dominguez Hills Theatre and Dance Department’s first performance of the 2018-19 season is one of the most influential plays of the 20th Century—and one that has gained considerable traction in theaters across the world since the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president. The play is […]

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