Young Professionals by Week, Ancient Heroes on the Weekend

Read more: Queens Examiner – Young Professionals by Week Ancient Heroes on the Weekend It’s noon on Saturday at the Queens Library in Flushing, an hour-and-half before showtime. Many members of the Peking Opera are still rehearsing on stage with the instrumental section, while others put on makeup in the shared dressing room, warm up their vocal chords with soft hums, or grab a quick … Continue reading Young Professionals by Week, Ancient Heroes on the Weekend

Heated protest at livestock markets in Flushing

Queens Examiner – Heated protest at livestock markets in Flushing Animal rights groups held a demonstration in front of two livestock markets in Flushing. On September 30, approximately 20 demonstrators gathered in front of the back-to-back slaughterhouses, P&M Live Poultry and Twelve Baskets Inc., holding signs with photos of farm animals. Some were condemning the butchers and customers. The demonstration, also known as a Save … Continue reading Heated protest at livestock markets in Flushing

#MayDayMarch

CSULA students marched from campus to Los Angeles City Hall on May Day https://csulauniversitytimes.com/9799/news/maydaymarch/ “Whose street? Our street!” student protesters shouted as they marched towards Mariachi Plaza from the neighborhood of Boyle Heights. Two police vehicles chaperoned the students to keep them on the sidewalk, and other officers made sure every freeway exit in the student’s path was blocked. On Monday, May 1, many grassroot … Continue reading #MayDayMarch

A Trip Down Memory Lane to Mesoamerica and Colonial Mexico

Cal State LA hosts 2017 Mesoamerican Symposium in partnership with LACMA The Golden Eagle Ballroom was crowded with students, scholars, and community members this past Saturday, April 22. A true collaboration among Cal State LA students and top-notch scholars in the field of Mesoamerican studies made the symposium and exhibition happen. The Art History Society at Cal State LA partnered with the Los Angeles County … Continue reading A Trip Down Memory Lane to Mesoamerica and Colonial Mexico

Let’s Talk About Money

A deeper look into the approved tuition increase proposal https://csulauniversitytimes.com/9441/news/lets-talk-about-money/ A heated morning discussion would be an understatement to describe the California State University Board of Trustees’ meeting in which they approved the tuition increase. The proposal was passed with 11-8 votes on Wednesday, March 22. Student protesters from across the 23 CSU’s gathered in front of the Chancellor’s Office in Long Beach at dawn, … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Money

Trump Sparks Airport Protest

Permanent residents and valid visa holders detained and deported by Trump’s executive order https://csulauniversitytimes.com/8951/news/trump-sparks-airport-protest/ Protests broke out nationwide again after Trump signed an immigration order banning Muslims from seven countries travel to the U.S. on Friday, Jan. 27. At the Los Angeles International Airport, Tom Bradley International Terminal, protests lasted throughout the weekend. Word spread on social media and hundreds gathered in front of the … Continue reading Trump Sparks Airport Protest

Cal State LA researchers made SAE International on energy management system

Electrified and thrilled for Clean and Sustainable Energy https://csulauniversitytimes.com/8544/news/cal-state-la-researchers-made-sae-international-on-energy-management-system/ Climate change has gotten everybody on edge in recent years, with the fluctuating temperatures across the world and the latest announcement of Donald Trump as President of the United States. To levitate the problem, Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) and Electric Vehicles (EVs) are highly recommended for consumers. However, with the expensive costs of the HEVs and … Continue reading Cal State LA researchers made SAE International on energy management system