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 Liliana Ulloa Lifestyle Editor A month often solely devoted to spooky activities and pumpkin spiced lattes, October also serves as the month dedicated to breast cancer awareness. Unfortunately, regardless of the overwhelming pink ribbons and commercial tactics used by big-name brands to raise awareness, unless someone’s already personally been affected, the significance of this month […]

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By Joshua Samuel Staff Writer My life changed forever when I was a sophomore at Los Angeles Senior High School. After one of the most humiliating experiences of my life, I found the direction I wanted it to go after high school. Like many kids, I’d long dreamed of playing sports professionally. Mine was basketball. […]

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By Marta Sanchez Calvo Staff Writer Not everyone knows the requirements that international students attending college in the U.S. must meet. There aren’t many but if you don’t meet them, your visa will be revoked, and you will be deported. Among those requirements are that every undergraduate international student must be enrolled in a minimum […]

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By Liliana Ulloa Lifestyle Editor “No te juntes con los negros.” If you’re part of the Latinx community, then you’ve undoubtedly come across anti-black comments from your tias and tios, abuelitos, and even your parents. From avoiding black neighborhoods and holding onto our purses when a black person walks by, we’re all guilty, or at […]

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By Chayan Garcia Staff Writer On the first day of school last semester, the professor in my Political Science 101 class introduced herself as Dr. Brooke Mascagni. She was high energy, passionate, very well-educated and intense in the best of ways. Little did I know just how much of an inspiration she would be by […]

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By Liliana Ulloa Staff Writer Boobs. They have become weapons of marketing products and services and shoved down our throats in almost every visual media we consume. Like product placement, breasts are usually used to draw your attention to a particular subject, only not so discreetly. But, while the objects of so much visual attention, […]

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By Maria Villa Staff Writer Living in the greater Palm Springs has its benefits, such as the weather, clean air and the terrific tourist shopping. But higher education is not one of them. Most four-year schools are in the greater Los Angeles Area. So, as in my last semester at the local community college, College of […]

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By Patricia Franklin Staff Writer Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Todd Family Picture of: Alicia Faith Todd Growing up I have always found crime shows interesting. My curiosity would go beyond the show credits and solving the case. It isn’t uncommon for people to draw interest into serial killers, crime shows or morbid pictures. My […]

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By Elizabeth Guilen Staff Writer My parents have been looking forward to the day I walk at commencement and receive my college degree. I have dreamt about the ceremony for the past five years. Well, I’m finally graduating on May 18. But, I’m not walking. “Are you really not going to walk?” my mom said […]

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By Jesse Garcia Staff Writer Photo Credit: Kyle Umeda World Press Freedom Day at California State University, Dominguez Hills is now behind us, and as the president of the Society of Independent Student Journalists, I can honestly say it was a success. The event, which was two semesters in the making, sought to bring professional […]

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