Leading real estate developer Charles Quarles sits down with students

‘Professor for a Day’ invites CEO for business teachings https://csulauniversitytimes.com/7885/news/leading-real-estate-developer-charles-quarles-sits-down-with-students/ Cal State LA alumnus Charles Quarles came back to the aerie on Tuesday, October 25 for an inspiring lecture titled ‘Professor for a Day,” hosted by the College of Business and Economics. Having Graduated with his bachelor degree in Business Administration in 1972, Quarles is now the CEO of the Bedford Group of Companies, one … Continue reading Leading real estate developer Charles Quarles sits down with students

Cal State LA Forensics Team broke records and set new standards

As Spring quarter subtlety passes its middle point and students dive into another round of due assignments, the Communication Department has broken the silence and reigned in the hallways. The 2015-16 Cal State LA Forensics Team has brought home many “firsts” and Honors from two national tournaments: the American Forensics Association National Individual Events Tournament (AFA-NIET) and the National Forensics Association (NFA). “This year the … Continue reading Cal State LA Forensics Team broke records and set new standards

ASI Executive Committee Meeting Spikes Conflicts

The Executive Committee Meeting took place in the afternoon of Tuesday, April 26. The action items on the agenda include student body fee indexing proposal, President Covino’s vote of no confidence press release, disciplinary action of board member Cynthia Alvarez, and removal of Charter College of Education Representative Roger Buena. Members present at the meeting were ASI President Ejmin Hakobian, Vice President for Admnistration Samuel … Continue reading ASI Executive Committee Meeting Spikes Conflicts

Inspirational speaker tackles Eco-injustice

Professor Philip Clayton delivered an unforgettable presentation entitled “Toward a sustainable civilization: New Directions in Environmental Philosophy” at the inaugural lecture event hosted by the Joseph Prabhu Fund for Interfaith Peace and Justice, College of Arts and Letters, and Cal State LA Philosophy Club on Thursday, April 21. Professor Philip Clayton currently holds the Ingraham Chair at Claremont School of Theology. He works to formulate … Continue reading Inspirational speaker tackles Eco-injustice

Sleeping in a box for Box City

If you exit the I-710 to Valley Boulevard in the morning or mid-day, you would usually see a shambling figure standing by the end of the freeway. Sometimes it’s a man wearing a camouflage jacket, holding a cardboard saying “Anything Helps,” and gazing aimlessly at the busy students and workers in their cars. Maybe one of them would be willing enough to donate him something. … Continue reading Sleeping in a box for Box City

Cal State LA Microbiology Student awarded high honor for women’s health research

Karl Liboro is a microbiology major at Cal State LA and his recent project has been honored with the Howell-CSUPERB Research Scholar Award at the 28th CSU Biotechnology symposium, which was held at the Hyatt Regency Orange County this past January. The award was offered by the CSU Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology (CSUPERB), in partnership with the Doris A. Howell Foundation for … Continue reading Cal State LA Microbiology Student awarded high honor for women’s health research

Cal State LA engineering student and brother died in fatal car accident

Cruz Flores, 19, Engineering major at Cal State LA, and his 16-year-old brother Jesus Flores, had passed away due to a fatal car accident on Feb. 19, Friday, 5:10 P.M. in Palmdale. According to Los Angeles County Sheriff Lt. Ron Shaffer, the brothers were in a Toyota Camry when it collided with a Buick at the intersection of 15th Street East and Lasker Avenue. Cruz … Continue reading Cal State LA engineering student and brother died in fatal car accident