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 Carissa Diaz Staff Writer Usually, when we think of art galleries, we think of painting on canvases, but that’s not the case for the “Uncommon Materials” exhibition at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Commonly overlooked or discarded materials such as used fabric, napkins, cardboard and house paint are integral parts of The Department of […]

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By Osiris Bahena Staff Writer The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. The “Mona Lisa.”  Ceramics, sculptures and other artwork that is still on display thousands of years after they were created. All suggest that once made, art lasts far longer than the artisans who created it, and the civilizations they were part of. Yet, in […]

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By Alex Graf News Editor “Red Dead Redemption” may not be a video game franchise, but it sure feels like one. Unlike other brands like “Call of Duty,” “Fallout” and “Assassin’s Creed,” which seem to have a new game out every couple of years, until last month, there was only one “Red Dead Redemption,” which […]

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By Osiris Bahena Staff Writer So, midterms are over and you deserve a drink. Whether it’s because you know you did well and deserve it, or because you think you failed and want to drink your sorrows away, I found three places you should check out. First on my list is Buffalo Wild Wings. Not […]

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By Joseph Baroud Staff Writer The CSUDH men’s basketball team may have lost three of its first five games, but don’t the record fool you. They have lost one game by six points and two others by one. The Toros have had a consistent pattern to begin the season: losing a game, followed by winning […]

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By Joshua Samuel Staff Writer Four games into their 2018-2019 season, the CSUDH Women’s Basketball team has a 2-2 record and Head Coach John Bonner believes his team needs only to improve a few things, most notably shooting, as it begins conference action this weekend. “I think being able to play in the preseason gave […]

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By Victor Munoz Sports Editor Dijour Ledbetter Junior Women’s Basketball Four games into the season, Ledbetter has made her presence felt for the CSUDH women’s Basketball team. In the four pre-season contests, she registered the most points, 49, and most rebounds, 32, and posted her second career double-double on Nov. 16 against Alaska Fairbanks.   […]

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By Fernando Bazan Staff Writer While based on the real-life trajectory of the iconic rock band Queen, led by the legendary singer and showman Freddy Mercury, the film “Bohemian Rhapsody,” released Oct. 23, has been met with mixed reviews. While more than a decent introduction for novice or casual viewers to the singer and his band, […]

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By Kelsey Reichmann Managing Editor California State University, Dominguez Hills is committed to raising graduation rates, nearly $3.5 million a year committed. The Graduation Initiative 2025 was set up across all the California State Universities in 2015 to raise graduation rates. Each year, the CSU allocates funds to each university depending on need. For the […]

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It starts off like any other day. Your alarm rings, you roll over in bed to stop the incessant beeping on your phone and then your world shifts a little. Your chest tightens your stomach drops and you have a sudden feeling of panic that makes your mind move so fast that it’s dizzying, but […]

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