Student puts humanitarian efforts, helping others first

By Fernanda M. Tovar Staff Writer She is a student, a wife, a humanitarian, an advisor for Organización Latina Estudiantil (OLE) and the College of Arts and Humanities representative. Lacy Lydia Nerud, who learned Spanish as her second language, is a senior and Spanish linguistics major with a minor in communications. Nerud juggles a busy… Read More Student puts humanitarian efforts, helping others first

CSUDH’s Hole in the Wall: The Game Lounge

By Anthony Maese-Castillo Staff Writer Depending on where you live or grew up, you know of the “hole-in-the-wall” places that the locals claim as their “thing.” CSUDH is home to a few hole-in-the-wall places as well. Introducing the CSUDH Gaming Lounge, a literal hole-in-the-wall room located just underneath the Student Store. The Gaming Lounge hosts… Read More CSUDH’s Hole in the Wall: The Game Lounge

Poetry Corner: ‘Women’s Intuition’

By: Molimau Fatu A queen is an incredibly strong woman. A queen has beauty which is luxurious, elegant, gorgeous, and that’s simply jaw-dropping that will make a man turn his neck and go home dreaming, fantasizing, and thinking non-stop about you. A queen’s intelligence is superior beyond imagination. Very highly educated and knowledgeable. Her hair… Read More Poetry Corner: ‘Women’s Intuition’

F.A.R.M. offers a dollar to watch animal rights film

By Judy Camarillo Staff Writer Activists from the Farm Animal Rights Movement (F.A.R.M) recently paid students at Cal State Dominguez Hills $1 each to watch a short film depicting animal cruelty. The idea was to bring awareness to the issue of how animals raised for the food supply chain are treated. In viewing the film,… Read More F.A.R.M. offers a dollar to watch animal rights film