Taking campus engagement on the mobile platform to the next level By Patricia Franklin Staff Writer When Kevin Neal arrived at California State University, Dominguez Hills in 2012, he sensed that many students were more engaged with their cell phones than with campus activities. That is why Neal, who holds both a bachelor’s and master’s… Read More Reward Yourself!
The roots of Black History Month stretch back nearly 100 years. Historian Carter G. Woodson and the Rev. Jesse E. Moorland created national Negro History Week in 1926, which evolved into Black History Month after President Gerald Ford recognized it in 1976. In the wake of the 1965 Watts Rebellion, one of the most historic… Read More Variety of Campus Events Held to Celebrate Black History Month
Ron Eastman, Golf Coach Warren Edmonson, Track Coach By Albert Ledezma Staff Writer The CSUDH Men’s golf team is looking to gain stride as the 2017-2018 season resumes play on Feb. 5 at the Fujikura Invitational at California State University, San Marcos. The Toros participated in three invitational events in the fall semester where outstanding performances were seen. Andrew Banuelos, a junior, finished fifth at… Read More Golf and Track Update
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!
Senior Alyssa Valinches looks to anchor to Toro pitching staff. By Imani Johnson Staff Writer Coming off a 2017 season in which the team struggled to an 8-45 record, CSUDH softball coach Kim Aggabao says pitching is the area she feels the team has most improved. “We’re very confident in our pitching staff this year,” said Aggabao, who is returning for her fifth season as the Lady Toros head coach. The… Read More Softball Preview: Improved pitching the key to 2018 season
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 the organization 20 years ago from the back of a… Read More Saving pets and their owners
Welcome to Sexperts, a new column in the Bulletin this semester written by two 20something women, one single, the other married, where we answer any and all questions that you may have about that word that everyone thinks about, but few people talk about—at least in public. If you have any questions about S-E-X, whether… Read More Let’s Talk About Sex