Saying goodbye to President Willie Hagan

By Sebastian Juarez Staff Writer At the end of the 2018 spring semester, California State University, Dominguez Hills will be saying goodbye to President Willie Hagan after a six-year stint as our leader on campus. You may not have ever met President Hagan, and you may not really know what he’s done as president, so we caught up with him to discuss his tenure and … Continue reading Saying goodbye to President Willie Hagan

The Education Sex Doctor

By Angelica Cheyenne Staff Writer Controversy has always been synonymous with sexual education; due to the varying opinion regarding its necessity. Leading the conversation and contributing to it greatly, is California State University, Dominguez Hills’ biology professor Dr. Thomas Landefeld. As a biology professor at CSUDH, Dr. Landefeld has been instrumental in expanding sexual education for students by transforming how it is taught. From a … Continue reading The Education Sex Doctor

Alumna returns to CSUDH as hip-hop Choreographer

By Maria Villa Staff Writer Living in the San Francisco area, 19-year-old Adrianne Valencia had big dreams and goals to accomplish, such as getting her education and having a career in art. However, while Valencia was attending San Jose State University majoring in animation and art, one day she realized that she was not following her true passion. Valencia realized that her hobby of hip-hop … Continue reading Alumna returns to CSUDH as hip-hop Choreographer

Fly above the clouds this summer

By Elizabeth Adams Feature Editor Imagine if you could spend a semester passing the Eiffel Tower, on your way to grab a delightful cappuccino at Castel Café and finish off that term paper on art history to wrap up your general education courses. For California State University, Dominguez Hills students, they could be studying anywhere in the world and still be taking courses that count … Continue reading Fly above the clouds this summer

Saving pets and their owners

Lori Weise, a CSUDH student, founded Dogtown Dog Rescue on Los Angeles’ Skid Row in 1996. Photo courtesy of Lori Weise By Albert Ledezma Staff Writer Downtown Los Angeles’ Skid Row may seem far from the California State University, Dominguez Hills campus, but for one student it is very close to her heart. Lori Weise, co-founder of Downtown Dog Rescue, located in downtown Los Angeles, began … Continue reading Saving pets and their owners

DEADLINE TO JOIN ASI FEB. 5

By: Lauren Walker and Bria Overs Staff Writers Associated Students Inc. is looking for students to join its organization for the 2018-2019 year. Applications are due Feb. 5, 2018, in the ASI office which is located in the Loker Student Union room 231. ASI is the student-run government that promotes leadership, student rights, growth and opportunity for all 15,000 students at CSUDH. It stages numerous … Continue reading DEADLINE TO JOIN ASI FEB. 5

Carson residents pop-up turns into a full-time store

By Morgan Williams Staff Writer Hidden Sole, a new urban shoe and clothing store in Carson, has become popular on campus and in the community. What started as a pop-up shop in Los Angeles, now has an official location near CSUDH. Owners Chibuike and Darren Holmes saw a new direction for their company, and wanted a permanent retail location where they could sell the latest … Continue reading Carson residents pop-up turns into a full-time store