Photo Credit CSUDH Athletics Department Staff Writer Christian Flores Despite a wild 5th inning, the Toro’s starting pitcher Rigo Fernandez had a strong performance and the team’s competitive intensity, along with its bullpen, helped secure a 5-4 walk-off home victory Thursday over the California State Baptist Lancers at Toro Field. The late offensive heroics were… Read More First regular season baseball game ends in dramatic fashion
By Jesse Garcia Staff Writer The CSUDH Theater department follows up last semester’s acclaimed production of Federico Garcia Lorca’s play “Blood Wedding” with a semester filled with offerings that, let’s just say, aren’t exactly your usual Sunday talk. Get ready for hysteria, vibrators, bisexual identities and the ever-changing world of dance that will be explored… Read More Spring theater promises to be vibrating this semester
By Stacey Lockett and Maria Villa Staff Writer Less than a year after its first tuition increase in five years, California State University is considering another hike to cover lack of funding. For the 2017-18 academic year, tuition increased 5 percent, raising the cost of annual resident undergraduate tuition to $5,742 (not including campus-based fees… Read More ANOTHER FEE HIKE ON THE WAY?
By Sebastian Juarez Staff Writer The search for a new California State University, Dominguez Hills president is in full gear, and could be wrapped up as soon as next month, according to a spokesperson for the California State University Chancellor’s Office. Mike Uhlenkamp, senior director of Public Affairs at the Chancellor’s Office, told the Bulletin that the CSUDH… Read More SEARCH IS ON FOR NEW CAMPUS PRESIDENT
By Daniel Giovati Staff Writer The 2018 Toro baseball season is upon us, with the first regular season game at home Thursday, Feb. 8, a fitting place to start a campaign in which the team hopes to improve on its fifth-place finish in the southern division of the California Collegiate Athletic Association in 2017. There… Read More Baseball Preview: Seniors look to provide leadership
By Elizabeth Guillen Staff Writer Oscar Lomas and Maria Fernanda Comparan did not marry for money or to obtain a legal status; they married out of love. They married on Aug. 13, 2016 and it was the happiest day of their lives. They married even though they were encouraged by friends, classmates, and coworkers to… Read More Marry for Love? Or for Legal Status?