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 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 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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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 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 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 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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By Fernando Bazan Staff Writer In a time when so much is dominated and infused by social media, it is difficult to separate our real life from the one we display online. In 1997, when the internet was still in its primitive stages, Japanese director Satoshi Kon made a film that eerily foreshadows that contemporary […]

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By Joseph Baroud Staff Writer A special event designed to foster connections between Latina students, faculty, and staff at California State University, Dominguez Hills will be held on Friday from 9 a.m to 3 p.m. Co-sponsored by six campus organizations, the event will be held between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. in the LSU Ballroom […]

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