Don’t forget Kaepernick’s reasons to kneel

By Fernanda M. Tovar Editor-in-Chief I remember Colin Kaepernick’s kneel during the national anthem being a stance against police brutality and racial injustices that African Americans face in the United States and as support for the Black Lives Matter movement. I don’t remember it being a sign of disrespect to the American flag or to… Read More Don’t forget Kaepernick’s reasons to kneel

Road game wins leaves team dreaming high

By Christian Mosqueda-Ramos Staff Writer Mexican Independence weekend was surely that much sweeter for the Cal State Dominguez Hills men’s soccer team after winning crucial road games, including a victory over 11th ranked and CCAA conference rival Cal Poly Pomona. With the win, the Toros improve to 5-0-1 overall and 2-0-0 in CCAA competition. Junior… Read More Road game wins leaves team dreaming high

Softball receives votes for CCAA All-Conference Team

By Luke Laurita Staff Writer As the Women’s Softball season concluded, votes from coaches throughout the conference rolled in for the California Collegiate Athletic Association All-Conference awards. Three sophomore Toros received honors from the conference on May 5. Jazmin Guzman and Lyzette Reveles each made second-team All-Conference and Damari Simon received honorable mentions. Guzman, kinesiology… Read More Softball receives votes for CCAA All-Conference Team