Bilingual publishing page has turned

By Fernanda M. Tovar Editor-In-Chief Oftentimes, college students graduate and go into careers that don’t relate to their degrees. For Cal State Dominguez Hills alumna Ariana Stein, who graduated with a bachelor’s in business administration in 2008, her degree helped with the fundamentals of running Lil’ Libros, a bilingual book publishing company. Stein co-founded Lil’… Read More Bilingual publishing page has turned

Grant received to help men of color complete degrees

By Andrea Scott Staff Writer Since 1960, Cal State Dominguez Hills has been the home to a diverse community of students. The campus claims over 100,000 alumni, including doctors, scientists, engineers, educators, psychologists and entrepreneurs. These leaders, who hail from different fields, are striving to make a difference in the lives of those around them.… Read More Grant received to help men of color complete degrees

Educators encouraged to support undocumented students

By Eduardo Landa Staff Writer National Educators Coming Out Day events will continue through Nov. 17 in support of campus Dreamers. Coming Out Day encourages faculty to publicly support undocumented students. The events highlight the different struggles undocumented students face and explore ways the university can help with supporting these students, according to an email… Read More Educators encouraged to support undocumented students

Exhibit paints the African American experience

By Jacqueline Resendiz Morales Staff Writers The “Made in Cotton” exhibit, which opened Oct. 25, will continue through Dec. 7 at Cal State Dominguez Hills. The exhibit focuses on racial politics, the production of cotton and the history of slavery. The exhibition has pieces from artists Mark Steven Greenfield, Karen Hampton and Raksha Parekh. Each… Read More Exhibit paints the African American experience