By Stacey Lockett Staff Writer Keynote speaker Erin Hardimon, a 10-year veteran of the radio industry and 2016 California State University, Dominguez Hills graduate, explained her circuitous career while addressing an estimated crowd of one hundred people at the CSUDH Communication Department’s 31st annual student awards banquet Sunday, May 5. The awards banquet, held at the Reef Restaurant in Long Beach, allowed Hardimon the opportunity … Continue reading Communications Banquet
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 the Desert, I was excited to transfer but wasn’t so … Continue reading Commuting for Higher Education
By Sebastian Juarez Staff Writer At the end of the 2018 spring semester, California State University, Dominguez Hills will be saying goodbye to President Willie Hagan after a six-year stint as our leader on campus. You may not have ever met President Hagan, and you may not really know what he’s done as president, so we caught up with him to discuss his tenure and … Continue reading Saying goodbye to President Willie Hagan
CSUDH will be under construction until 2021 By Bria Overs Managing Editor California State University, Dominguez Hills will be under constant renovation over the next few years as old buildings go and new buildings are constructed. On April 25, a university town hall was held in order to share and explain the upcoming changes happening on campus. These changes are the fruition of the CSUDH … Continue reading Renovation to Innovation
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 sister and I loved “CSI Miami” and would always try … Continue reading I am HER voice: STOP GUN VIOLENCE
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 rhetorically when I told her. “Do you have any idea … Continue reading A Hard Pass on Commencement
By Lauren Walker Staff Writer Students at California State University, Dominguez Hills have a student government that, according to its website at http://www.asicsudh.com, has core values of “promoting leadership, student rights, and growth and opportunity for students locally and statewide.” Its mission statement is to “provide educational, social and cultural activities” to enhance student life. But what does that really mean? Well, at its most … Continue reading Where is student money going?