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Rivera Stays True to Name and Heritage

By Victor Munoz Sports Editor Since we are in Hispanic Heritage Month until Oct. 15, it’s only natural that as a person of Hispanic descent who also happens to be sports editor of the CSUDH Bulletin, my thoughts lately have drifted toward the fact that so many of our athletes are, or have been, Hispanic. And no sport is as integral to Hispanic culture and their … Continue reading Rivera Stays True to Name and Heritage

Women’s Resource Center Raises Domestic Violence Awareness with Clothelines Project

By Liliana Ulloa Lifestyle Editor Amidst the rise of the #MeToo movement, women all over the country are determined to tear down the stigma and shame that come with discussing sexual abuse. However, with October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, victims of domestic abuse are hopeful their stories can also impact social change and empower other victims. To raise awareness on campus, The Women’s Resource … Continue reading Women’s Resource Center Raises Domestic Violence Awareness with Clothelines Project

Not Your Average Trick or Treat

By Joshua Samuel Staff Writer The Sustainability Office will be hosting their annual open house tour of the central plant on Oct. 17. The central plant is the building just east of the Natural Science and Mathematics building and north of parking lot seven. “The annual tour has been going on informally for about four years now,” said Ellie Perry, Sustainability Coordinator and Assistant Energy … Continue reading Not Your Average Trick or Treat

Hollywood by the Horns Host Screening of Queen Sugar

By Cindy Sepulveda Staff Writer Hollywood by the Horns is hosting a free, one night only episode screening of the highly acclaimed television drama series, Queen Sugar, on Thursday, Oct. 18th 7 to 9:30 p.m. at Locker Student Union Ballroom B. Director and writer Shaz Bennet and Mike Flynn will lead a discussion following the screening. Created by Oscar-nominated director Ava DuVernay, based on Natalie … Continue reading Hollywood by the Horns Host Screening of Queen Sugar

Toros rally to tie No. 8 Golden Eagles

By Victor Munoz Sports Editor It’s fitting that in the final days of Hispanic Heritage Month, which ends tomorrow, that the CSUDH–Cal State LA men’s soccer match yesterday at Toro Stadium recalled the Spanish phrase: “dos a cero es el marcador mas engaños y peligroso.” Translated, it means “two to zero is the most misleading and dangerous lead.” Saturday’s match was a perfect example, as … Continue reading Toros rally to tie No. 8 Golden Eagles

Campus Dining Spills the Beans: Starbucks Is Coming

The imminent arrival of a Starbucks on campus creates uncertain future for Union Grind. By Alex Graf News Editor Starbucks is making its way to the Loker Student Union. Campus Dining Services has not yet decided on a location but is aiming for a spring 2019 opening. Union Grind is leaving as a result and may be moved to the library. “We’re in the debating … Continue reading Campus Dining Spills the Beans: Starbucks Is Coming

New University Sign Modernizes CSUDH

By Carissa Diaz Staff Writer With all the changes happening on the California State University, Dominguez Hills campus, such as the high-tech Center for Science and Innovation building currently under construction, it’s easy to overlook a subtler change that also reflects a modernizing university striding into the future: we have a new sign. Gone is the old sign on East Victoria Street in front of … Continue reading New University Sign Modernizes CSUDH