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 Beatriz Arreola Staff Writer Welcome to Level Up!, a regular column this semester in each CSUDH Bulletin about video games and video game culture from someone who has logged enough hours playing, and researching them, to at least fake like she knows what’s she talking about: me! I have always had a large gap… Read More Level Up!
By Andrea Scott Staff Writer What’s the deal with that large, gold-painted shipping container in front of the Loker Student Union? It’s part of “Portals,” a mobile art installation on display at Cal State Dominguez Hills through the end of the semester. The artwork was created to encourage dialogue about the criminal justice system. Praxis… Read More Art raises awareness about police violence
By Andrea Scott Staff Writer The Cal State Dominguez Hills Center for Service-Learning, Internships & Civic Engagement (SLICE) and CSUDH Jumpstart have made it their mission to bring joy to those in need each holiday season. In previous years, the mission was to provide goods for the homeless. Though they had great success, this year… Read More Program aims to give Compton preschoolers holiday gifts
By LaQuanda McNeil Staff Writer “Plastic Disaster” is an award-winning documentary produced by Frarida Alami, Sal Vasquez, Jenine Carre, three senior digital media arts students at Cal State Dominguez Hills who wanted to show how bad plastic is for marine life. The documentary was filmed in San Diego, Huntington Beach, Los Angeles, Long Beach and… Read More Digital media students recognized documentary
By Jacqueline Resendiz Morales Staff Writer Love music and want to support CSUDH? Plan ahead because the music department is planning a concert. The concert will be in May 2018. What is it about? “The planned concert is part of CSUDH’s planned theme to mark the 50th anniversary of seminal events of Latinx history in… Read More Music department gets ready for spring program
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