Title IX officer fights discrimination while advocating for inclusivity

By Julissa James Staff Writer Photo Credit Zak Hailey  Late last year, Elizabeth Schrock was hired as Cal State Dominguez Hills’ Title IX officer.      In her position, Schrock helps to uphold the 1972 federal law that prohibits discrimination, violence or harassment based on sex or gender in public education institutions.      This… Read More Title IX officer fights discrimination while advocating for inclusivity

The women’s march invigorated me and my ‘sisters’

By Judy Camarillo Staff Writer Photo Credit: Judy Camarillo, L.A Women’s March on January 21,2017 Jan. 21 was a perfect day to be out on the beautiful streets of downtown Los Angeles. After days of pouring rain, the sun finally came out in preparation for a historical movement against President Trump. The city had hundreds… Read More The women’s march invigorated me and my ‘sisters’

Cal State tuition hike paints bleak future

STAFF EDITORIAL Once again, students attending one of the 23 CSU campuses are facing a potential tuition increase. Word of the tuition hike floated around at a CSU Board of Trustees meeting last month. However, more-official discussion on if, or possibly when it would be implemented, will not be made until January. Demonstrators from Cal… Read More Cal State tuition hike paints bleak future

STAFF EDITORIAL: Donald Trump is an affront to immigrants, women, Muslims

What will probably be remembered as the biggest surprise in the modern era of election history occurred Nov. 8, when Donald J. Trump was officially elected the 45th president of the United States. As expected, it did not take long for Americans everywhere to grow seriously concerned. A man who does not think before he… Read More STAFF EDITORIAL: Donald Trump is an affront to immigrants, women, Muslims