Sexperts: Sprung on Spring Break

By Patricia Franklin and Angelica Williams Staff Writers Disclaimer: Please remember that the Bulletin staff are not experts, sex therapist, psychologist or anyone who is educated in that field. We offer research, responses and educated opinions regarding the topic of sex from the perspective of a peer. If you have advanced questions that require an expert’s opinion, please contact the Women’s Resource Center in the … Continue reading Sexperts: Sprung on Spring Break

Police Log

March 22, 1:09 a.m. Fire incident reported at Welch Hall. March 24, 10:42 p.m. Trespassing reported at StubHub Center. March 26, 7:16 p.m. Disturbing the peace reported at Small College Complex. March 31, 2:05 p.m. Trespassing reported at StubHub Center. March 31, 2:14 p.m. Battery on a peace officer reported at StubHub Center. March 31, 2:31 p.m. Disturbing the peace reported at Stubhub Center. March … Continue reading Police Log

Stacey’s (Fashion) Secrets

By Stacey Lockett Staff Writer Stacey’s secrets are about secrets in fashion and styling tips. A fashionista who is a model that can make a simple outfit pop! My column is here to help women and men shine even more through what they wear. This issue I will explain how to be fashionable on a budget. Let’s begin. Trying to keep up with everyday fashion … Continue reading Stacey’s (Fashion) Secrets

THE SEARCH IS OVER

By Sebastian Juarez Staff Writer Though Dr. Thomas Parham, California State University, Dominguez Hills’ newly named president, is moving to Carson from the University of California, Irvine, where he has worked since 1985, he is really returning home. Parham is a South Central Los Angeles native. That local connection is one of the key reasons why the search committee for a new president chose Parham … Continue reading THE SEARCH IS OVER

MSA Continues to Help Students Grow

By Francisco Padilla Staff Writer About 15 miles lies between California State University, Dominguez Hills and Los Angeles, and in between are communities like Compton, Watts and South Central Los Angeles, all of which are predominately dominated by people of color. Those demographics are reflected in the student body at CSUDH, which is one of the most ethnically diverse California State University campuses, with over … Continue reading MSA Continues to Help Students Grow

A safe haven on campus

By Patricia Franklin Staff Writer Everyone needs someone to talk to, a confidant, someone to vent to, or a shoulder to cry on. Especially when going through something traumatic such as sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, abuse or rape. At California State University, Dominguez Hills victim’s advocate, Mayra Romo is that confidant. Romo has been the CSUDH victim’s advocate for five months and says she … Continue reading A safe haven on campus

Sustainably Unsustainable

Twenty batteries designed by Tesla Inc., were installed on campus last month to help reduce the school’s negative environmental impact on the local power grid. By: Bria Overs, Managing Editor With Earth Day right around the corner, a conversation about the environmental impact of this campus is more than necessary. This university, all 15,000 students plus the faculty and staff, could be doing so much … Continue reading Sustainably Unsustainable