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2012 coverage

LatinoLA!

Top 10 Lessons for Graduates
(June 26)

India West

At 19, EEP Grads Earn Top Honors from Cal State L.A.
(June 25)

Seal Beach Sun

Mr. Lee heads to med school
(June 25)

Daily Breeze

Cal State L.A. professor named Loyola's new communications dean
(June 25)

Monterey Herald: School Bytes

CSUMB interim president gives keynote address at Cal State L.A.
(June 23)

Los Angeles Times

She's undocumented, but she's also undaunted
(June 22)

California Crusader News

Triple Degrees for Mechanical Engineering Major at CSULA
(June 21-27)

Santa Monica Mirror

Santa Monica College Students Win Awards In Chinese Poetry Recitation Contest
(June 21)

CCAA News

Cal State L.A. head coach to be at Olympic Trials, World Junior Championships
(June 22)

Los Angeles WAVE

CSULA's Allen signs with Detroit
(June 22)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Baldwin Park man earns doctorate in education despite obstacles
(June 21)

Los Angeles WAVE

CSULA duo wins Ashe Awards
(June 19)

L.A. Times

East Los Angeles College summer school turns away many students
(June 19)

Whittier Daily News

Whittier woman defies a near lifetime of drug abuse, graduates with honors
(June 17)

Orange County Register

16-year-old from O.C. graduates college with honors
(June 16)

KPCC 89.3

Hope for undocumented Cal State L.A. student comes on eve of college graduation
(June 15)

Chinese Daily New (World Journal)

Linda Lee receives first doctorate degree in educational leadership
(June 12)

China Press

CSULA Senior Fashion Show
(June 12)

Eastsider LA

The Luckman Gallery Presents Infinite Encores | El Sereno
(June 12)

Sing Tao (Chinese Daily News)

Early Entrance Program grads in CSULA's Class of 2012
(June 9)

Eastsider LA

Lila Downs to kick off upcoming season at The Luckman
(June 8)

Baldwin Park Patch

Visually-impaired Baldwin Park Resident Achieves Doctorate Degree
(June 5)

The LookOut

Santa Monica College Graduation Goes Global
(June 5)

Psychology Today

Love Science: Let Me Introduce Myself...
(June 5)

L.A. Times

Op-Ed: After the riots: The day L.A. changed
(May 31)

Eastern Group Publications

Eighteen-Year Old Cal State L.A. Student Heading to Harvard Law School
(May 31)

Hermosa Beach Patch

Bio major looks to sea slugs for clues to climate change
(May 31)

Burbank N Beyond

CSULA Studio Art Major Wins First Place at the CSU Student Research Competition
(May 30)

Montebello Unified School News

Teacher receives Golden Apple award
(May 28)

CBS Los Angeles

Presidential Campaign Heats Up
(May 26)

Downey Beat

Downey teen part of team that starts to unlock secrets mysterious red wine chemical
(May 25)

Korea Times

18-year-old Daniel Pyon garners University's Phi Kappa Phi fellowship
(May 24)

Diverse Issues In Higher Education

Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars 2012
(vol. 29, no. 8, May 24)

USA Today

Student teams to turn Chevrolet Malibus into EcoCars
(May 24)

KTLA-5

KTLA- EcoCar2: Colorado vs Cal State, L.A.
(May 24)

The Green Garage Blog

CSULA at the Electric Vehicle Symposium
(May 11)

La Opinion

Premian a los líderes hispanos en educación
(May 9)

USA Today College Edition

The Avengers opens to a nostalgic crowd
(May 4)

Hispanic Outlook

Health, Economic Inequities Observed Among Latino Baby Boomers Dispute Need for Less Senior Programs
(May 4)

Chinese Daily News World Journal

CSULA student Dalvin Tsay presents at the Social Science Research and Instructional Council’s 37th Annual Student Research Conference
(May 4)

Los Angeles WAVE

Report says Latino baby boomers face health, economic inequities
(May 3)

Hispanic Trending

Report says Latino baby boomers face health, economic inequities
(May 3)

Eastern Group Publications

Hispanic Baby Boomers: Golden Years Not So Golden
(May 3)

KPCC AirTalk

Should Cal State reach into the kids’ cookie jar for exec pay?
(May 3)

University of Utah: Event Announcement

ASME Human-Powered Vehicle Contest Friday
(May 3)

Hispanic Outlook

Southern California Students, Parents, Teachers, Schools, Mentors and Other Leaders in Higher Education Honored by the Nation’s Leading Hispanic Education Fund
(May 3)

Alhambra Source

Health, economic inequities observed among Latino Baby Boomers dispute need for less senior programs
(Apr. 28)

Chinese Daily News World Journal

Honors Convocation 2012
(Apr. 28)

KCRW Which Way, L.A.?

Los Angeles before it erupted
(Apr. 27)

Chinese Daily News World Journal

Asian American and Pacific Islander Higher Education Summit
(Apr. 27)

Market Watch

Southern California Students, Parents, Teachers, Schools, Mentors and Other Leaders in Higher Education Are Honored by the Nation's Leading Hispanic Education Fund
(Apr. 26)

Argus-a Noticias

2012 Conference on Carlos Fuentes: Ancient Mexico, Modernity, and the Literary Avant-Garde
(Apr. 26)

LatinoLA!

El Editor's Hot Pick: 2012 Conference on Carlos Fuentes
(Apr. 25)

toofab

Exclusive Details: "Glee" Nationals Set List Revealed
(Apr. 25)

New York Times

In Years Since the Riots, a Changed Complexion in South Central
(Apr. 24)

Hydrogen Fuel News

California State University attends Toyota Grand Prix with hydrogen powered car
(Apr. 21)

L.A. Times

Cal State system preserves graduate student grants
(Apr. 20)

L.A. Times

L.A. City Council votes for another Fire Department inquiry
(Apr. 18)

Chinese Daily News World Journal

California Institute for Regenerative Medicine grant funds CSULA-Cal Poly Pomona partnership program
(Apr. 18)

Polycentric

Stem Cell Initiative Receives Additional $1.5 Million Award
(Apr.
16)

PBS [scroll to 7:35]

Need to Know, Friday, April 13, 2012: Power to the people
(Apr.
13)

Volleyball

Just Beachy: National Volleyball League Players Help Us Prepare for Summer - Tanya White
(Apr.
13)

Pasadena Now

Pasadenan Keith Moo-Young Named to National Committee on Engineering Public Policy
(Apr. 13)

L.A. Times

The Sunday Conversation: Mezzo-soprano Suzanna Guzman
(Apr. 8)

Ezine Mark

Top 3 Nursing Schools In Southern California
(Apr. 5)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Schooling Santorum on state universities
(Apr. 5)

Rafu Shimpo

Ochi to Receive Sue Embrey Award
(Apr. 5)

L.A. Times

Los Angeles County Science Fair goes beyond amateur
(Apr. 1)

L.A. Times

'Highliners' walk the line, literally
(Apr. 1)

PS: People

Sonenshein Named Executive Director of PBI
(Apr. 2012)

Fox News Latino

When Students Empower Other Students
(Mar. 30)

American Banking News

Retired Theatre Professor Releases New Historical Fiction Novel About Slavery
(Mar. 30)

Diverse Issues in Higher Education

On the Move: Dr. Ashish Vaidya
(Mar. 29)

KCET: Departures

Michael Mattice: A 300-Square-Foot East L.A. Apartment For Two
(Mar. 29)

L.A. Weekly

Audience Spills Oil on Actors and Loads Them Into Body Bags, in a New Play About the BP Oil Spill. Really.
(Mar. 28)

L.A. Daily News

L.A. City Hall thrilled with Magic Johnson as Dodger owner
(Mar. 28)

PRI's The World

Excavation of Human Skeletal Remains Botched in Mexico Cave
(Mar. 27)

KPCC: Patt Morrison Show

Who’s to blame for unprepared Cal State freshmen…and what’s the best way to get them up to speed?
(Mar. 23)

Our Weekly

James Rosser honored
(Mar. 22)

Jewish Journal

Can Democrats govern California?
(Mar. 21)

California Progress Report

California State University Leaders Modeling The “People’s University” After The “For-Profit Education Sector”
(Mar. 21)

Pasadena Now

Fulbright Trip to Germany for Pasadena Professor
(Mar. 21)

Swingball Ball

Jitterbug Ball at the Hollywood American Legion Post 43
(Mar. 20)

L.A. Times

Cal State plans to freeze enrollment next spring at most campuses
(Mar. 20)

Eastern Group Publications

Free ‘Hot Nights’ Salsa and Mariachi Music This Saturday At Cal State LA
(Mar. 16)

Chinese Daily News (World Journal)

Cal State L.A.’s civil engineering major Ethian Ting competes in solving math problems
(Mar. 16)

Hispanic Outlook

ACE Honors James M. Rosser for Commitment to Diversity in Higher Education
(Mar. 15)

The Beach Reporter

R.B. resident aims for Mathematical Olympiad
(Mar. 15)

The Eastsider LA

Hot Nights: A Salsa & Mariachi Performance | El Sereno
(Mar. 15)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Our View: Harvard cheaper than a Cal State?
(Mar. 15)

L.A. Times

Looking out of state for what California once offered
(Mar. 14)

KPCC 89.3 AM

New study promotes marine spatial planning
(Mar. 13)

LAist

Australia's Chunky Move Dances at The Luckman
(Mar. 13)

JOURNALMEX (in Spanish)

Brinda La Universidad Estatal de California Homenaje a Alfredo López Austin
(Mar. 12)

Voz Universitaria (in Spanish)

Homenaje a Alfredo López Austin
(Mar. 12)

PolicyMic

5 Cheapest Public Colleges in the U.S.
(Mar. 11)

L.A. Times

A big show in NYC, but little in LA for Japan quake benefit
(Mar. 9)

Rafu Shimpo

”Shisai” reading at JANM
(Mar. 9)

KPCC 89.3 AM

Los Angeles reflects on first anniversary of Japanese earthquake and tsunami
(Mar. 9)

Pasadena Star-News

Peek into mind of a serial arsonist
(Mar. 9)

Examiner

Free income tax assistance at Cal State Los Angeles through March 31
(Mar. 9)

Annenberg Radio News

CSULA Students Protest for their Future
(Mar. 6)

KTLA-5

VIDEO: Cal State Los Angeles Students Stage Protest - Sara Welch reports
(Mar. 6)

LatinoLA!

Hot Nights: A Salsa & Mariachi Performance
(Mar. 6)

Crime Scene Blog

New blood spatter technology being developed at L.A. crime lab
(Mar. 4)

Univision KMEX-34

Estudiantes de California marchan contra matrículas y cortes de presupuesto
(Mar. 2)

Chinese Daily News (World Journal)

Occupy Education rally at Cal State L.A.
(Mar. 2)

USC Intersections South LA

Cal State LA students protest fee increase
(Mar. 2)

L.A. Times

Occupy protests bring small yet intense crowds to state campuses
(Mar. 1)

La Bloga

Major Sor Juana Conference Due at CSULA
(Mar. 1)

KNBC-4

Statewide Protests Demand Affordable Higher Education
(Mar. 1)

KPCC 89.3

Thousands of Occupy protesters demonstrate at LA colleges over higher education fees
(Mar. 1)

Annenberg TV News

Education Rallies Held Statewide
(Mar. 1)

L.A. Times

Students at Cal State L.A. and other schools protest budget cuts
(Mar. 1)

KCAL-9 News

CSU LA Students Stage Walkout To Protest Tuition Hikes
(Mar. 1)

L.A. Times

Protest rallies planned at college campuses around the state
(Feb. 29)

L.A. Times

Trutanich gets L.A. County Federation of Labor endorsement for D.A.
(Feb. 29)

Science Channel: Prophets of Science Fiction

Jules Verne: "Water as Fuel"
(Feb. 28)

The Pasadena Journal

National Society of Black Engineers Aerospace Systems Conference Community Outreach
(Feb. 28)

KPCC 89.3 AM

How corrupt is Los Angeles?
(Feb. 28)

MESA News

Student's eyes on the prize
(Winter/Spring 2012)

Environmental Engineer

The Class of 2011: H. Keith Moo-Young
(Winter 2012, vol. 48, no. 1, pages 23 & 27)

KPCC 89.3 AM

Plaza to commemorate mass deportations of 1930s in wake of LA apology
(Feb. 24)

Jewish Journal

Opinion: City Redistricting Plan Has Potential to Affect Asian-Americans
(Feb. 24)

The Green Garage Blog

CSULA EcoCAR 2 Team Makes Their Eco-Resolutions
(Feb. 21)

CBS Los Angeles

Local Political Expert Breaks Down Latest Developments In Campaign 2012
(Feb. 18)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

South Pasadena resident awarded Fulbright grant to China
(Feb. 18)

Eastsider LA

Save the Date: Taiwanese dancers step into the Eastside spotlight
(Feb. 17)

Discovery News

Afraid of Losing Your Mobile Phone? There's Help!
(Feb. 17)

La Canada Valley Sun/Glendale News-Press

Local schools get free science gear
(Feb. 17)

KCET Departures - Arrival Stories

George Castillo: 2 Years Old and Homesick for L.A.
(Feb. 16)

KCRW Which Way, L.A.?

Villaraigosa to Chair Democratic National Convention
(Feb. 15)

Science Forum

Ferguson Lecture at Cal State L.A.
(Feb. 14)

Alhambra Source

Free income tax assistance at Cal State L.A. through Mar. 31
(Feb. 13)

The Eastsider

Christine Hill “Small Business” Lecture | El Sereno
(Feb. 13)

Tiger Online

Cal State L.A. donates microscopes to SPHS
(Feb. 12)

La Jornada (in Spanish)

2012 Mesoamerican Conference at Cal State L.A.
(Feb. 10)

L.A. Examiner

Free income tax assistance at Cal State Los Angeles through March 31
(Feb. 9)

Influentials Network

Free income tax assistance at Cal State Los Angeles through March 31
(Feb. 9)

Chinese Daily News World Journal

Professor Yao received Fulbright scholarship to China
(Feb. 9)

BlackEngineer.com

People and Events: 2012 Black Engineer of the Year Award Winners and Special Recognition Honorees - Pioneer Award
(Feb. 8)

Pasadena Star-News

South Pasadena resident awarded Fulbright grant to travel to China
(Feb. 8)

Pasadena Sun

South Pasadena resident named Fulbright scholar
(Feb. 8)

AASCU First Generation Voices

Featured Student: Mario Giron-Ábrego
(Feb. 7)

South Pasadena Patch

CSULA’s history professor heads to China as a Fulbright scholar
(Feb. 7)

Inside Higher Education

Strength in Numbers
(Feb. 7)

Xin Hua Net News (in Chinese - 16:34 to 17:05)

"Journey to Success" at Cal State L.A.
(Feb. 5)

Government Executive

Around Government: Women in the war zone test the Pentagon’s combat policy
(Feb. 1)

HighBeam Research

California State University, Los Angeles's Professional Practice Program Receives Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Award
(Jan. 31)

CBS Money Watch

Completing the FAFSA form just got a lot easier
(Jan. 30)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)

‘Journey to Success’ at Cal State L.A.
(Jan. 30)

L.A. Times Op-Ed

Romney, an executive in chief? Does experience in the business world really make for a better president? History suggests there's no link.
(Jan. 30)

CBS Local Events

‘Journey to Success’
(Jan. 30)

Asian Journal

Pinoys to speak at ‘Journey to Success’ event
(Jan. 28)

KPCC: The Madeleine Brand Show

Marine biologist Pat Krug talks hybrid sharks
(Jan. 26)

LatinoLA!

2012 Mesoamerican Conference at Cal State LA
(Jan. 25)

The Inclusive Class Radio Show

Inclusive Education: Mary Falvey
[audio clip] (Jan. 23)

The Korea Times (in Korean)

"Journey to Success" at Cal State L.A.
(Jan. 21)

KPCC news blog

Visual Aid: Troubling jobs trends in Los Angeles
(Jan. 20)

Sacramento Bee

Pat Brown Institute's State of the City Report Highlights Reasons for Los Angeles' Stagnant Economic Recovery, Need for Housing Solutions
(Jan. 19)

Pasadena Weekly

Sideman Blues: Luckman Jazz Orchestra celebrates late jazz great Hank Mobley
(Jan. 19)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Reversing the gender gap: Women surpass men at CSU
(Jan. 16)

KPCC AirTalk

MLK's legacy in 2012
(Jan. 16)

CBS Los Angeles

Villaraigosa To Head To Washington For U.S. Conference Of Mayors Winter Meeting
(Jan. 16)

Los Angeles Times

Budget plan would raise the bar for Cal Grant financial aid
(Jan. 15)

California Crusader Newspaper

Field School Program Recognized
(Jan. 12-18)

Eastern Group Publications

Time Crunch On For Mexicans In U.S. to Vote In Mexico’s 2012 Election
(Jan. 12)

Wall Street Journal

Does It Matter What Sex Your Boss Is?
(Jan. 12)

Mountain News

‘Paltry’ Snowpack Raises Concerns
(Jan. 12)

Los Angeles WAVE

‘Journey to Success’ at Cal State L.A.
(Jan. 10)

Pasadena Patch

Take the ‘Journey to Success’ at Cal State L.A.
(Jan. 10)

Sing Tao Daily

Professor Feimeng Zhou to receive CSUPERB Faculty Research Award
(Jan. 4)

Pasadena Magazine

FACES: Billie Jean King Gala
(Jan. 2012)

2011 coverage

Huffington Post

10 Tips For Prospective College Transfer Students
(Dec. 30)

Iran Times

Prof at CSULA ‘outstanding’
(Dec. 30)

Insight News

Lloyd Ferguson, a pioneering African American professor/chemist from Cal State L.A., has died
(Dec. 28)

eCollegiateNews

A Successful First Year at Cal State L.A.
(Dec. 17)

California Crusader News

CSULA professors named Fellows in Life Sciences
(Dec. 15-21)

Pasadena Star-News

Our View: Digital textbooks will reduce college price tag
(Dec. 6)

L.A. Observed

Sonenshein named to head Pat Brown Institute
(Dec. 6)

The City Maven

Sonenshein to Lead Pat Brown Institute of Public Affairs
(Dec. 6)

L.A. Daily News blog

Sonenshein to take over Pat Brown Institute
(Dec. 6)

L.A. Times

Record numbers apply to Cal State system
(Dec. 5)

Our Weekly

Distinguished educator to be honored at CSULA
(Dec. 1)

Hispanic Outlook

Hispanics on the Move: CSULA's Gutierrez Receives Undergraduate Institution Mentor Award
(Nov. 28)

L.A. Tennis Examiner

Cal State L.A. celebrates 14th Billie Jean King Gala and Joe Shapiro Award
(Nov. 27)

L.A. Times

The conservative case for healthcare reform's individual mandate
(Nov. 20)

KPCC 89.3

Violence mars CSU trustees meeting
(Nov. 16)

L.A. Times

Students protest at several California universities
(Nov. 16)

Annenberg TV News

Cal State, UC Students Protest Budget Cuts
(Nov. 15)

Huffington Post

A Sixties Activist Thoughts for the 99%ers
(Nov. 15)

KPCC 89.3

Cal State faces $100 million mid-year budget cut
(Nov. 11)

KCET: SoCal Focus

Dream On: California's Golden Ambition has Become a Nightmare for Some
(Nov. 10)

Neon Tommy

Cal State L.A. professors march for students
(Nov. 9)

KPCC 89.3

Colleague, friend remember Latino political scholar Harry Pachon
(Nov. 8)

L.A. Times

Harry Pachon, Latino scholar and activist, dies at 66
(Nov. 8)

ABC News 10

Limited resources lead to rape kit backlog
(Nov. 8)

L.A. Times

Cal State faculty in salary dispute set to strike at 2 campuses
(Nov. 8)

ESPN

Two CCAA locals head to Seattle
(Nov. 7)

The California Tech

iGEM team heads to Boston for championship
(Nov. 7)

California Crusader News

CSULA chemistry professor receives Undergraduate Institution Mentor Award
(Nov. 3-9)

Downey Legend

Come one, come all
(Nov. 2)

Long Beach Press-Telegram

KEISSER: Even if available, Boise wouldn't fit Big West
(Nov. 1)

Solar Energy

Solar panels supply energy for CSULA’s Engineering and Technology building
(Oct. 28)

FishbowlLA

California Prof Breaks Down Horror Movie Appeal
(Oct. 28)

L.A. Times

Tinariwen: Spreading the Saharan blues wherever it roams
(Oct. 28)

Downey Patriot

Las Floristas honors Rancho pediatric patients
(Oct. 27)

Annenberg TV News

President Announces Student Loan Relief Plan
(Oct. 26)

The Daily Beast

Why Our Brains Love Horror Movies
(Oct. 25)

KCRW: Good Food

Food Day in LA is Today
(Oct. 24)

The Bakersfield Californian

Education roundup: BCSD to discuss PE time, more
(Oct. 24)

PBS Parents

Helping at School When Volunteering Isn't an Option
(Oct. 21)

Pasadena Patch

Fulbright Scholar to teach in South Africa
(Oct. 19)

Neon Tommy

Newsom: Agenda To Fix California's Economy Not A "9-9-9 Plan"
(Oct. 17)

KTLA-5 News

Students Have High Hopes for Solar Power
(Oct. 17)

Sacramento Bee

AM Alert: Gavin Newsom, John Perez talk jobs, jobs, jobs
(Oct. 17)

L.A. Daily News

This job really stinks: Those with a nose for odors work near Sunshine Canyon Landfill, recording smells
(Oct. 16)

KNBC-4 News

Education Becoming High-Tech
(Oct. 14)

L.A. Weekly

50 Reasons Los Angeles Is the Best Effing City in America
(Oct. 14)

KCET

Arrival Story: Lucas Benitez
(Oct. 13)

Teatro Naturale

Drinking to your health
(Oct. 13)

Health & Fitness

Drinking to your health
(Oct. 12)

Los Angeles WAVE

CSULA professor garners mentor award
(Oct. 12)

Science

Phosphorylation of Mad Controls Competition Between Wingless and BMP Signaling
(Oct. 11)

Monrovia Patch

Monrovia resident receives Undergraduate Institution Mentor Award
(Oct. 11)

Annenberg TV News

California Dream Act
(Oct. 10)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)

Cal State L.A. presented Drs. Annie and Tim Siu with the 2011 University Service Award at its 37th Alumni Awards Gala
(Oct. 7)

Westside Today

Mar Vista resident Sharon Ulanoff recognized as Outstanding Professor at California State University at Los Angeles
(Oct. 6)

Science News

Deep Identifications: Using National Evidence Databases To Solve Local Crimes
(Oct. 6)

Alhambra Source

Alhambra couple to receive Cal State L.A.’s 2011 University Service Award
(Oct. 5)

L.A. Times

Cal State to offer doctor of nursing practice degree
(Oct. 5)

The Eastsider LA

Cal State L.A. honors Chicano artist and alum who took 50 years to earn his degree
(Oct. 4)

Fox-11 News

Eyewitness IDs: How Reliable Are They?
(Oct. 3)

Daily Breeze

Group protests corporate greed outside L.A. City Hall
(Oct. 3)

Chinese Daily News (World Journal)

World Arts Day at the Luckman
(Oct. 2)

Consumer Reports Magazine

From the lab to the kitchen
(Oct. 2011)

Altadena Patch

Altadena resident Simeon Slovacek recognized for excellence in teaching, mentoring, scholarship
(Sept. 30)

Ventura County-Star

Ventura County resident Ali Modarres recognized as Outstanding Professor at Cal State L.A.
(Sept. 30)

Pasadena Star-News

Monterey Park resident honored by Cal State L.A.
(Sept. 29)

Chinese Daily News (World Journal)

Confucius Birthday celebrated at CSULA
(Sept. 29)

Rafu Shimpo

Crime Fighters
(Sept. 28)

The Occidental Weekly

Connecting Cultures Through Concertos
(Sept. 28)

PRWeb

Orange County Bilingual Academy Charter School Hearing
(Sept. 27)

Pasadena Star-News

Social Calendar: Oct. 6
(Sept. 26)

Scholars Update (in Chinese)

Kylie Hsu honored as President's Distinguished Professor at CSULA
(Sept. 23)

Pepperdine University

Alumni Network: Roland D. Kelly, PKE ’10
(Sept. 23)

China Press

Kylie Hsu honored as President's Distinguished Professor at CSULA
(Sept. 22)

Sina Daily News (in Chinese)

Kylie Hsu honored as President's Distinguished Professor at CSULA
(Sept. 22)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)

Kylie Hsu honored as President's Distinguished Professor at CSULA
(Sept. 21)

Living the Promise

PepsiCo Day in L.A.
(Sept. 20)

PepsiCo Inside Scoop

PepsiCo brings fuel efficient vehicles, Dream Machines to Los Angeles
(Sept. 20)

LatinoLA!

El Editor's Hot Pick: CSULA's Alumni Awards Gala
(Sept. 20)

L.A. Times

For Charles Owens, it's all about jazz
(Sept. 18)

Univision

Llamadas por un sueño
(Sept. 17)

KPCC 89.3

Orange County college tries to raise funds to help veterans
(Sept. 15)

KPCC 89.3

Law enforcement gathers for conference
(Sept. 15)

Annenberg Radio News

DNA helps solve crimes (CSULA alum Steve Cooley)
(Sept. 15)

The Eastsider LA

A Man of Achievements: Governor Edmund G. ‘Pat’ Brown
(Sept. 15)

The Eastsider LA

Save the Date: Cal State L.A. brings another season of global entertainment to the Eastside
(Sept. 15)

Dark Daily

Biomedical and Molecular Diagnostics Firms Compete To Hire Already-Scarce Medical Laboratory Technologists
(Sept. 14)

Mother Nature Network

40 important ways that colleges are conserving water
(Sept. 12)

The Californian

'Sunsets and Margaritas' next for Western Stage in Salinas
(Sept. 10)

Voice of America

Unemployed Look to President, Congress for Help
(Sept. 9)

Allvoices

Unemployed Look to President, Congress for Help
(Sept. 9)

Los Angeles Times

Taking advantage of a second chance
(Sept. 9)

Glendale News-Press

Glendale resident, Cal State professor is honored by NASA
(Sept. 8)

LexisNexis: US Fed News

California State University, Los Angeles Professor Honored NASA Faculty Research Award
(Sept. 8)

Sacramento Bee

California GOP not the party it was in Reagan's day
(Sept. 7)

North Hollywood-Toluca Lake Patch

Local Students Help Preserve Los Angeles History
(Sept. 5)

Daily Kos

Latinos in the U.S.: the assault on Chicana/o studies
(Sept. 4)

KNBC-4 News

College Students Troubled by New Job Numbers
(Sept. 3)

KTLA-5 News

Dream Act Pushed Closer to Passage - Lynette Romero reports
(Sept. 1)

Solar Daily

Solar panels supply energy for CSULA's Engineering and Technology building
(Sept. 1)

Medical News Today

Prejudice Linked To Depression, Anxiety In Gay And Bisexual Black Men
(August 31)

Health & Fitness News

New Veterans Affairs Coordinator at Cal State L.A. to address the needs of student veterans
(August 30)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)

IMPACT LA Summer Camp at Cal State L.A.
(August 29)

The Computer Technology News

High-flying Program Recognized for Preparing Future Aviation Professionals
(August 28)

Airport Business

High-flying Program Recognized for Preparing Future Aviation Professionals
(August 26)

Laboratory Equipment

Lab Harnesses the Power of the Sun
(August 26)

KNBC Los Angeles

Text Savvy Seniors
(August 26)

EarthTechling

Cleantech-Focused L.A. College Gets PV System
(August 25)

Eco Ecologia (in Italian)

Cleantech-Focused LA Collegio Ottiene FV
(August 25)

Caltech News Feature

Young Amgen Scholar Thrives in Summer Research Program
(August 25)

Marine Link

ASCE’s Coastal Ocean Port & Navigation Engineers Honored
(August 25)

Diversity/Careers in Engineering & Information Technology

CSULA team scores first place with custom pinball machine
(August/September 2011)

Los Angeles Times

Advocates push public aid for undocumented college students
(August 24)

CE News

NCEES awards Cal State L.A.’s civil engineering students for research, design of mud flow barrier
(August 22)

Huffington Post

The Sane Way To Have It All
(August 22)

The Korea Times (in Korean)

Professor Kim inducted as Diplomate into the Academy of Coastal Ocean Port & Navigation Engineers
(August 20)

Environmental Expert

Solar panels power up, supplying energy for CSULA’s Engineering & Technology building
(August 20)

CleanTech LA Hotsheet

CSULA Solar Panel Project Completed
(August 19)

Eastern Group Publications

Professor, Monterey Park Resident Lauded For Work In Rehab Education
(August 18)

California Crusader News

CSULA technology faculty received Fulbright Award
(August 18-24)

Daily Breeze

Cuts undermine universities - and our workforce
(August 16)

Santa Clarita Valley Signal

COC touts degree options
(August 15)

South Pasadena Patch

CSULA technology professor receives Fulbright award
(August 12)

Science News

Moms talk, daughters' hormones listen
(August 11)

Chinese Daily News World Journal (in Chinese)

Frances Siu received Rehabilitation Education Award
(August 10)

Long Beach Gazette

Scholars Drop Out, Skip To College
(August 10)

Fox-11 News

CA's Tax Revenue Plunges in July
(August 10)

KPCC 89.3

Now that tuition has been increased, university executive pay being questioned
(August 8)

TMCnews

NAVSEA Commander Receives CSULA's 2011 Engineer of the Year Title Sponsor Award
(August 5)

KPCC 89.3

Secretary of Education honored for promoting the study of math and science
(August 4)

North American Wind Power

Study: L.A. Green-Jobs Surge Expected To Continue
(August 4)

CBS Evening News

Budget cuts hurt Calif. state universities hard
(August 3)

The California Report

Presidential Primary Moved Back to June
(August 2)

Chemical & Engineering News

Prion’s Multiple Roles
(Aug. 1)

CITY Journal

Lost Angeles: The City of Angels goes to hell
(Summer 2011, vol. 21, no. 3)

The Wall Street Journal

How Los Angeles Lost Its Mojo
(July 29)

San Marino Patch

Galyean recognized for unwavering dedication to Cal State L.A.
(July 29)

California Crusader News

Slumber of Reason’ Collaborative Performance Raises Questions About Contemporary Issues
(July 28-Aug. 3)

Eastern Group Publications

California DREAM Act Is Half Way There
(July 28)

The Globe and Mail

Your brain gets lighter as you get older
(July 27)

Fox-11 news

Gov. Brown Signs California Dream Act
(July 26)

KPCC: Patt Morrison Show

3 suspects in Bryan Stow beating arrested: what lessons can be learned from this tragic case?
(July 22)

LatinoLA

El Editor's Hot Pick: "Slumber of Reason (El Sueño de la Razon)"
(July 22)

Education Week: Commentary

In What World Are Trainee Teachers 'Highly Qualified'? In Mine
(July 22)

P.R. Newswire

Cal State L.A. to Honor U.S. Secretary of Education with the 'President's Award' During 2nd Annual Greater Los Angeles Engineer of the Year Gala
(July 19)

L.A. Eastsider

Save the Date: Weekend Edition
(July 15)

Pasadena Star-News

La Puente skater nabs fifth in Manny Mania finals
(July 14)

City Town Info

Students Outraged By CSU Tuition Increase And SDSU President Salary
(July 13)

L.A. Times

Cal State trustees raise tuition 12%
(July 13)

KPCC (The Madeleine Brand Show)

Tuition hikes likely for UC and Cal State
(July 12)

San Marino Patch

Huntington Highlight: Summer Concerts
(July 11)

The Press Enterprise

Latino baseball teams inspired passion
(July 9)

Rafu Shimpo

The Shadow Warrior: The tenacious journey of Rose Ochi, from internment camps to UCLA, and ultimately to the halls of power.
(July 8)

Los Angeles WAVE

Double honors for CSULA delegation
(July 8)

Highlanders

Walnut student gets Phi Kappa Phi graduate fellowship
(July 7)

ABC-7

'Opera Queen' mentors young singers
(July 7)

CBS Money Watch

The 25 Cheapest Universities: Are They a Bargain?
(July 7)

CNN Money

Most Affordable Colleges
(July 6)

Tucson Citizen

King puts the emphasis on team
(July 6)

L.A. Times

More employers are offering on-site medical clinics
(July 3)

Around Alhambra

Despite losing use of him arms, CSULA student achieves bachelor's degree in graphic design
(July 2011)

Diversity/Careers in Engineering & Information Technology

Concrete canoes, steel bridges, water filters and more put engineering minds to the test
(June/July 2011)

CBS Los Angeles

Calif. Tuition Hikes May Force Students To Ditch Class Permanently
(June 30)

Buzz Bands

Keren Ann plays the pop sophisticate at Cal State LA
(June 30)

KNBC (Channel 4)

Budget Cuts Strain UC and Cal State Students
(June 30)

KABC-7

CA budget could trigger major education cuts
(June 29)

Rafu Shimpo

Benefit Event Helps to Mend Japan
(June 28)

NPR: Can I Just Tell You?

Helping Black Men Raise Failing Grades
(June 27)

La Opinion (in Spanish)

Soldados batallan contra el desempleo
(June 24)

Pasadena Star-News

New compact with Cal State L.A. gives El Monte students boost in college admissions
(June 16)

California Crusader News

Youngest graduating senior at Cal State L.A.
(June 16-22)

Fontana Herald News

Fontana student achieves remarkable feat -- graduating from college at age 17
(June 15)

Digital Art News

Despite losing use of arms, CSULA student achieves bachelor’s degree in graphic design
(June 15)

Alhambra Source

Despite losing use of arms, CSULA student achieves bachelor’s degree in graphic design
(June 15)

L.A. Times

The Luckman Fine Arts Complex announces 2011-2012 lineup, featuring Jane Birkin, CocoRosie, Aaron Neville, Nikka Costa and more
(June 15)

Examiner

Jane Birkin, India.Arie to appear at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex
(June 15)

New American

Philosopher and Champion of Liberty Dr. John Hospers Dead at 93
(June 15)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Cal State L.A. program caters to students who skip high school
(June 12)

Pasadena Star-News

Cal State L.A. program caters to students who skip high school
(June 12)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)

CSULA's 64th Commencement keynote speakers
(June 12) - actual clip

DuShi Realtime News (in Chinese)

CSULA's 64th Commencement
(June 12)

L.A. Times

Hershel K. Swinger dies at 72; founded a program to aid urban fathers
(June 12)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)

Double-blind police line-up procedures explored at CFSI Forum
(June 11)

HOY (in Spanish)

“No quería ser otra estadística”, dice graduada
(June 11)

KPCC 89.3

Cal State Los Angeles grad to get diploma after 12 years
(June 10)

Our Weekly

Commissioner Mack to get honorary degree
(June 9)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)

Early Entrance Program's Class of 2011
(June 9)

San Fernando Valley Sun

Beating the Odds: Teen Mom is About to Graduate from College
(June 9)

TMCnews

24 Early Entrance Grads in CSULA's Class of 2011
(June 9)

News Hawk Review

Saving Water Using Cutting Edge Technology
(June 8)

Los Angeles WAVE

Cal State L.A. baseball signs trio
(June 8)

Los Angeles WAVE (scroll down the page for brief)

The Soulvine: John Mack
(June 8)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Walnut teen to use grant to attend MIT
(June 7)

Little Armenia (scroll down the page for article)

Cal State L.A.’s 17-year-old biochemistry major to graduate from Cal State L.A.
(June 7)

KCET-28

SoCal Focus: Walk
(June 7)

L.A. Times

Obituary: Hershel K. Swinger
(June 5)

California Crusader News

L.A. Police Commission President Mack to be awarded Honorary Doctorate by the CSU Board of Trustees at Cal State L.A.’s 2011 Commencement
(June 2-8)

Diverse Education

Cal State L.A. chemistry graduate, single mom of 3, on way to med school
(June 2)

KABC-7 News

Tips for college graduates looking for a job
(June 1)

I Am Empowered

L.A. Police Commission President Mack to be awarded Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters
(June 2011)

Voice Community News

Todd Tostado Beats The Odds In Many Ways; Now Graduates From CSULA
(June 2011)

Lowrider: Raza report

Gloria Arellanes: The Brown Berets
(June 2011)

SGV Tribune

Glendora food pantry finds success with reading tutor program
(June 1)

Psychology Today

A Lonely Child? Not in Today's World
(May 31)

Westside Today

Adrian Broca Keeps His Eyes on the Prize Despite Limited Vision
(May 29)

Los Angeles WAVE

Merkin Honors Scholar heads to Stanford
(May 27)

Cambridge Who's Who

Dr. Helen A. Ryaciotaki-Boussalis Featured in Cambridge Who's Who
(May 25)

PCC Courier

CSULA theater offers discount student prices
(May 25)

Fresno Bee

CSU leaders given little hope for education funding
(May 24)

La Opinion (in Spanish)

Los graduados van a la caza de su primer empleo
(May 21)

California Crusader Newspaper

CSULA music department chair receives Fulbright Specialists award
(May 19-25)

Altadena Patch

Altadena Town Council Candidates Make Their Pitch
(May 18)

The Korea Times

Korean Zen Buddhist Music Performance at State Playhouse
(May 16)

China World Journal

Luckman Jazz Orchestra: Clifford Brown
(May 15)

Inside Higher Education

Commencement Speakers Announced
(May 13)

Eastern Group Publications

CSULA Chicano Studies Considering Name Change
(May 12)

Orange County Register

Mexican America history – through baseball
(May 12)

CBS Los Angeles

Cal State L.A. Freshman Honored By Dodgers For Cancer Awareness
(May 12)

Getaway Spots

CSULA music department chair receives Fulbright Specialists award
(May 11)

OC Latino Link

Mexican America history – through baseball
(May 11)

Los Angeles WAVE

CSULA's Asakura receives top honors
(May 11)

Talon Marks

Cerritos students 'emerge' in Los Angeles exhibit
(May 9)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Manzur is making an impact
(May 9)

Contra Costa Times

Military moms juggle family, duty
(May 7)

KCET Food

Babita Mexicuisine: Chicken & Shrimp Elba
(May 5)

The Washington Times

Trendy smart gains Auto Club’s confidence
(May 5)

Auto Observer

Standards Raised For EcoCAR 2 College Teams
(May 4)

Mercury News

Backers of oil tax initiative can start to gather signatures
(May 3)

Psychology Today

The Sexualized Position of American Women in Movies
(April 29)

Bloomberg Business Week

Brown May Seek Signatures to Get $11 Billion California Tax Vote
(April 29)

Neon Tommy

Jerry Brown Stays On Message In L.A. While Honoring His Father's Legacy
(April 29)

L.A. Weekly

Tindersticks du Cinema
(April 28)

Los Feliz Ledger

[City Sleuth] Eagle Rock’s Notable Recreation Center
(April 28)

TIMBA

Calixto Oviedo Concert Thurs at CSULA
(April 27)

KPFK 90.7 FM

Vikram Seth Poetry Reading
(April 26)

San Bernardino Sun

THEN AND NOW: Baseball history lessons abound
(April 25)

The Washington Post

Motor City finds labor clout weakened amid spending cuts, new legislation
(April 25)

L.A. Times

Japan fears post-quake rise in suicides
(April 24)

Sacramento Bee

Release pay for union work at issue in CSU contract talks
(April 23)

Manhattan Beach Patch

Roundhouse Aquarium's Co-Director Named Distinguished Educator
(April 23)

California Crusader Newspaper

Mexican American Historian, Scholar Carrasco at Cal State L.A. April 25
(April 21-27)

gotpoetry?

Best-selling novelist, poet to read from 'The Golden Gate' at Cal State L.A.
(April 21)

Mid Valley News

Mountain View Students Participate in Cal State LA Honor Band
(April 20)

KLAS-TV 8 News NOW

AP Enterprise: AEG seeks rights in LA stadium deal
(April 18)

The Chosun Ilbo

First Certificate Program for Teaching Korean Language Opens in U.S.
(April 18)

The Eastsider L.A.

Korean spoken & taught here
(April 15)

Korea JoongAng Daily

For Korean language teachers, a U.S. course
(April 15)

The Korea Times

Korean-language training course due in LA
(April 15)

KATV.com

AVL Sponsors EcoCAR 2 Challenge, Helping Students Optimize Electric Vehicle
(April 14)

L.A. Times

Thousands rally at Cal State campuses against higher education cuts
(April 14)

PBS Parents

Connecting with Your Child Through Play
(April 14)

L.A. Now

Cal State students, faculty protest budget cuts
(April 13)

Huffington Post

Cal State Protests: Protests Against Cuts Planned At Cal State Campuses
(April
13)

CBS Los Angeles

Investigative: Cross-Campus Enrollment May Expand Higher Education Options
(April 7)

KPCC (89.3)

Angelenos weigh in on potential Los Angeles NFL stadium
(April 4)

Kansas City Star

Disasters put stress on children in Japan
(April 3)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

West Covina filmmaker gets noticed
(April 1)

L.A. Times

Councilwoman Perry demands guarantees that AEG stadium won't hurt L.A. budget
(April 1)

L.A. Daily News

Stadium plans are debated during forum
(April 1)

Hispanic Engineer

Most Influential Hispanics in Technology: John J. Tracy '81
(Spring 2011)

L.A. Downtown News

Panelists Talk Football
(March 31)

Fox-11 News

NFL Stadium
(March 31)

KPCC (The Madeleine Brand Show)

CSU budget blows will send it back to 1999 levels
(March 23)

The New York Times

Out of College, Not on Her Own
(March 23)
-- Marketplace Money (March 25) --

La Opinion

Prof. Regalado deja Instituto ‘Pat’ Brown
(March 23)

L.A. Times

Cal State University to cut enrollment, faculty, staff and more
(March 23)

CCM News

Eco-Trek #7: On the Hydrogen Highway in California -- starts at 2:30:00 --
(March 17)

California Crusader News

Cal State L.A. Names Courtyard in Honor of Lloyd N. Ferguson
--- continue to page 10 (March 17-23)

EarthTechling

Cal State L.A. Fuel Cell Program Top Dog
(March 16)

Malibu Times

Local appointed to board
(March 16)

L.A. Sentinel

CSU Visits Churches to Share Path to College
(March 11)

Spot.us

Futuristic L.A.
(March 10)

Eastern Group Publications

Cal State L.A. Providing Free Tax Return Service
(March 10)

FuelCellWorks

CSULA’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Education project garners top ranking in a peer review report
(March 10)

The Argonaut

Courtyard at Cal State L.A. named after Playa del Rey professor
(March 9)

Hispanic Outlook

Spanish Journalism Curriculum Taking Root in Los Angeles
(March 7)

KTVU

CSU Reaches Out To Black Community To Increase Their College Going Rate
(March 7)

Daily Breeze

Torrance student's winning speech brings audience to tears
(March 7)

L.A. Times

Careers in Caring
(March 6)

Forensic Magazine

Sexual Assault Kit Backlog Project
(March 5)

KPCC 89.3

Statewide rallies held to oppose cuts to higher education in California
(March 3)

Pasadena Star-News

Cal State Los Angeles students try to make voices heard as budget cuts become reality
(March 3)

Inland Valley Daily News

Students rally to extend taxes protesting Brown's cuts
(March 3)

Yahoo! Finance

The Studio for Southern California History Launches "Common Ground" to Recover the Histories of the Former Ambassador Hotel Site and Its Neighborhood
(March 2)

Los Angeles WAVE

Ground broken at Cal State L.A. for arts high school
(February 24)

KHTS Radio (1220 AM)

Antonovich Speaks At Performing Arts High School Event
(February 24)

KABC-7

High school breaks ground on new facility
(February 23)

USC Annenberg TV News

LACHSA breaks ground on new facility
(February 23)

L.A. Daily News

County high school for the arts to get own building at Cal State L.A.
(February 23)

CBS Los Angeles

Officials To Break Ground On New L.A. County High School For The Arts
(February 23)

PR Newswire

Los Angeles County High School for the Arts Breaks Ground on New $25 Million Facility
(February 23)

Los Angeles WAVE

CSULA names courtyard to honor Ferguson
(February 21)

California Crusader News

Southern California Edison Celebrates its 9th Annual Black History Month Event
(February 17-23)

Our Weekly

Cal State L.A. names courtyard after professor
(February 17)

Los Angeles WAVE

Cal State L.A. will induct four to Athletics Hall
(February 16)

California Crusader News

Visiting Author Discusses New Directions in Latin American Literature
(February 10-16)

LA Jewish Community Examiner

"Baruch" Swan
(February 10)

Daily Sundial

CSUN community reacts to CSULA’s ethnic studies dispute
(February 10)

Black Voice News

SCE Celebrates 9th Annual Black History Month
(February 10)

Daily Titan

Early Start Program
(February 8)

SFGate.com

California's nursing shortage hasn't been fixed
(February 4)

Business Wire

Southern California Edison Celebrates its 9th Annual Black History Month Event
(February 4)

Crown City News

Southern California Edison Celebrates its 9th Annual Black History Month Event
(February 4)

California Crusader News

Cal State L.A. Hosts Fulbright Scholar Professor Margareth Rago
(February 3-9)

The Bakersfield Californian

The Grade: CSUB one of 9 CSUs chosen for undergrad research initiative
(February 3)

Glendale News-Press

Dual-language, ESL programs aren't alike
(February 3)

Pasadena Star-News

At-home gallery in South Pasadena abode for Cuban and Latin American art
(February 3)

Daily Sundial

Asian studies deserves a chance
(February 1)

Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley News Journal

Tournament of Roses Announces 2012 Leadership
(February 1)

La Bloga

Reminder: Conference on Modernity, Critique, and Humanism February 12-13 CSULA
(February 1)

The New York Times

Bumbling in the Morgue: Blind, Drunk or Merely Incompetent Coroners
(January 31)

The Saluki Times

Jo Ann Boydston praised as ‘extraordinary woman’
(January 31)

Pasadena Star-News

Officials at school say test is flawed and results are unreliable
(January 30)

Eastern Group Publications

Cal State Los Angeles to Host Thursday Night Latin American Film Festival
(January 27)

La Opinion

CSU aumenta colegiaturas de los doctorados
(January 27)

Mid Valley News

Festival to screen seven award-winning films—from Bolivia to Mexico
(January 26)

Daily Nexus

Deficit Takes Toll On Development
(January 25)

Hispanic Outlook

Cal State L.A. Honors Córdova
(January 24)

Aviation News

AAAE Student Chapter Update
(January 24)

Inside Higher Ed

Restoring the Faculty Voice
(January 24)

Pasadena Star-News

Perspectives: Gov. Brown's budget plan stirs fears in education officials
(January 22)

L.A. Times

La Plaza project snubbed historic preservation in digging up old burial ground in L.A.
(January 21)

Arthur Magazine

Jan 22: BANQUET OF THE BLACK JACKAL at Cal State L.A.
(January 20)

Central Valley Business Times

PhD in nursing proposed for CSU
(January 18)

Change.org

Cal State LA Considers Suspending Asian and Asian American Studies
(January 18)

Change.org

The Ban Plays On: Two California Universities Ax Ethnic Studies
(January 18)

Pasadena Star-News

Latin American Film festival coming to Cal State LA
(January 17)

L.A. Times

Barak Marshall wins first 'A.W.A.R.D. Show' with Body Traffic at REDCAT [Updated]
(January 17)

LatinoLA!

2011 Latin American Film Festival
(January 16)

Pasadena Star-News

South Pasadena resident furthers research through special education award
(January 14)

CreditCards.com

You are not your credit score: Credit and self-esteem
(January 14)

Pasadena Star-News

Arcadia council to discuss term limits
(January 14)

Orange County Register

In Mexican dance, the moves tell a story
(January 14)

Fontana Herald News

Assemblyman introduces proposal that would benefit undocumented students
(January 13)

KPCC 98.3 FM

LA Metro wheels off last diesel bus in fleet
(January 12)

L.A. Times

A breakdown of Jerry Brown's budget
(January 11)

Bloomberg

CA gov budget slashes funding to higher education
(January 11)

L.A. Times

1800s-era skeletons discovered as crews build L.A. heritage center
(January 10)

Contra Costa Times

A college education was always the dream of Vallejo scholarship winner
(January 10)

Fox News (LIVEshots)

CES DAY 2….Overload??
(January 9)

Eagle Rock Patch

'TreePeople' on Mission to Spruce up Eagle Rock One Tree at a Time
(January 9)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

88.7 on your FM dial
(January 8)

Altadena Patch

Altadena Bus Line to Cal State L.A. on Chopping Block
(January 7)

Los Angeles Times (L.A. Now)

Cal State L.A. apologizes for mistakenly telling 500 students they were out
(January 6)

Pasadena Weekly

Do something!
(January 6)

BioSpace Collaborative

CSUPERB Cites Stellar Biotech Efforts with Symposium Awards
(January 5)

Los Angeles WAVE

Sports Brief: Basketball - David Norris
(January 5)

Yahoo! Shine

5 Dos and Don'ts For Eating Right in the New Year - CSULA Psychology Professor Ramani Durvasula
(January 4)

American Pharmaceutical Review

Cal State L.A. Professor Howard Xu helps fill void between profits and life-saving antibiotics
(January)

2010 coverage

KPCC (The Madeleine Brand Show)

Marine biologist Pat Krug introduces us to a new sea slug
(December 30)

KNBC Los Angeles

L.A. County High School of the Arts (LACHSA)
(December 23)

Whittier Daily News

Applications being taken for 2011-12 year at county arts high school
(December 21)

India West

Cal State-LA Prof, Indian Principal Selected World Peace Fellows
(December 17)

LAPD Blog

Chief Beck Honored by California Forensic Science Institute
(December 17)

Hispanic Outlook

Cal State L.A. Library Archive Pays Homage to the History of East Los Angeles, Chicano Studies
(December 16)

Eastern Group Publications

Cal State L.A. Partners With MUSD To Bolster Algebra Skills
(December 16)

Health Day

Brain Anomaly Leaves Woman Without Fear
(December 16)

Altadena Patch

The Real-Life Dr. Bones
(December 16)

Rafu Shimpo

Alternate Public Defender Fukai Honored at CSULA
(December 15)

L.A. Times

Dream Act may come back to haunt the GOP
(December 14)

L.A. Times

LAPD chief sees progress in analyzing DNA evidence
(December 11)

KABC7 Eyewitness News

LA slowly overcoming rape kit backlog
(December 10)

L.A. Times

Rape kits: LAPD Chief Charlie Beck says progress made analyzing evidence
(December 10)

Contra Costa Times

LAPD's rape kit backlog has been cleared
(December 10)

L.A. Daily News

LAPD on way to clearing up DNA sample backlog
(December 10)

Mid Valley News

Cal State L.A. faculty journeys to Thailand, Cambodia for field studies
(December 9)

CBS Los Angeles

Professor Don Johnson interviewed: Ronni Chasen Murder Case Solved?
(December 8)

redOrbit

New JPL Workers Participate In Rocket Launch
(December 7)

India Journal

Cal State L.A. faculty journeys to Thailand, Cambodia for field studies
(December 1)

Burbank Leader

Obituary: Carol Jane Smallenburg, Educator
(December 1)

Black Voice News

Dr. Don Lee White Remembered
(December 1)

Artforum

Critics' Picks: George Kuchar
(December 2010)

Whittier Daily News

El Monte woman's historical collection brings to life Chicano rights movement
(November 28) -- Also featured in Pasadena Star-News

Daily Breeze

Two former South Bay administrators are honored
(November 29)

Eastern Group Publications

CSULA To Archive East L.A.’s Chicano History
(November 25)

Armenian News Network/Groong

Paul Narguizian on "Anania Shirakatsi and the Study of Nature"
(November 22)

Pasadena Star-News

Educator honored at Cal State L.A. gala
(November 22)

La Opinion

Crean archivo histórico del ELA
(November 20)

L.A. Times

Laker Girl profile: Katie views becoming a Laker Girl the 'pinnacle' of a dancing career
(November 20)

Associated Press

L.A. Daybook for Thursday, Nov. 18
(November 17)

Mid Valley News

A ‘Pizza’ Tribute for Military Veterans at the VA Ambulatory Care Center in Los Angeles
(November 17)

Cultural News

Scholarship for teacher certification in Japanese at Cal State LA: Deadline is Dec 1
(November 14)

La Opinion

Interés en el periodismo en español
(November 12)

Los Angeles WAVE

East Los Angeles Archive to open at Cal State L.A.
(November 11)

L.A. Times

Cal State trustees approve 15% tuition increase
(November 11)

LAist

Extra, Extra
(November 11)

KABC-7

CSU board expected to approve tuition hike
(November 10)

Fresno Bee

CSU to call it 'tuition,' then increase it
(November 10)

Latino LA

Library Archive Pays Homage to ELA History & Chicano Studies
(November 9)

KPCC Multi-American

Immigrants and the ‘new maturity’ of L.A.
(November 9)

L.A. Times

Cal State to call student fees the T-word
(November 9)

The Boston Globe

The case against evidence
(November 7)

Los Angeles Examiner

Gibbons returns to Dodgers
(November 4)

The Eastsider

Veterans face battles long after war’s end
(November 3)

Pasadena Star-News

Cynthia Kurtz: Align policies to make sure all types of jobs are created
(November 3)

Mid Valley News

Nov. 4 forum at Cal State L.A. to commemorate Veterans Day
(November 3)

Entre Familia

Nueva oportunidad para el periodismo en español en Cal-State
(November 2)

CNN

Showbiz Tonight: Demi Lovato in Danger?
(November 2)

EIN News Service

Industry Leader Joan Woosley Added to the Cambridge Who's Who Network
(November 1)

Diversity/Careers in Engineering & Information Technology

U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu gets CSU-LA engineering award
(October/November 2010)

State Coverage Initiatives

Community-Based Nonprofit Medicaid Plans and the New Health Insurance Exchanges: Opportunities and Challenges
(October 2010)

Hispanic Outlook

Hispanics on the Move: Ramirez Speaks at CSULA Graduation
(October 2010)

Around Alhambra (scroll down to page 23)

Alhambra High School senior awarded scholarship to attend Cal State L.A.
(October 2010)

LA Parenting & Education Examiner

Which candidates for California Lieutenant Governor supports higher education?
(October 31)

The Globe and Mail

Infighting could tear the Democrats apart
(October 31)

Whittier Daily News

It's Politics: Funny stories abound at Whittier Police Station dedication
(October 30)

Inland SoCal

Norco resident finalist in Cal State Media Arts contest
(October 29)

Pasadena Star-News

Montebello middle school takes stand against drugs
(October 29)

I Programmer

Meet Suzette, prize winning chatbot
(October 26)

CNN Headline News/Local Edition

Carlos Robles: Cooperative Institute on Marine Ecosystems and Climate
(October 25-31)

Pasadena Star-News

Social calendar: Today
(October 21)

New York Times

On Our Radar: A Debate Challenge for Charles Koch
(October 21)

Pasadena Star-News

The Local Buzz: Professor to be honored today
(October 20)

iVillage Health

Binge Drinking, Pot Could Put Teens' Intellect at Risk: Study
(October 19) --
Similar article also appeared in Vitabeat, Fox4Now and Health on the Net (HON)

L.A. Times

Saul Toledo dies at 90; played on and wrote about Latino baseball teams in East L.A.
(October 19)

CNN Headline News/Local Edition

Jaime Regalado: Pat Brown Institute's Los Angeles 2010 Annual State of the City Report
(October 18-24)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Educators eye new technology for class
(October 17)

KPCC (The Madeleine Brand Show)

A Whale of a Tale
(October 15)

Pasadena Star-News

Local man is selected as CSULA's alumnus of year
(October 15)

La Bloga

Fotos Ese, Latino Book and Family Festival
(October 12)

KABC-7

College dropouts costing taxpayers billions
(October 11)

L.A. Times

Cal State L.A. festival celebrates Latino authors
(October 11)

General Aviation News

Scholarships awarded
(October 10)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Baldwin Park resident pursues doctorate despite blindness
(October 9)

L.A. Times

This weekend: the Latino Book and Family Festival
(October 9)

ELLE magazine

What You Want: The Survey
(October 8)

Space Systems/Loral

Space Systems/Loral supports Cal State Student Program
(October 8)

Eastern Group Publications

L.A. Latino Book & Family Festival Opens Saturday
(October 7)

Latino LA

2010 Los Angeles Latino Book and Family Festival
(October 7)

SoCal Minds

Plenty o' notice about Bukowski exhibit, Latino book fest

(October 7)

KPCC (The Madeleine Brand Show)

New Species Under the Sea
(October 6)

Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley News Journal

Scholarship Workshop 2010

(October 6)

Cultural News
Cal State University Los Angeles to celebrate 35th anniversary of Japanese Studies Center by presenting Kabuki program with professional Kabuki actor and dancer, Oct 21
(October 6)

neon tommy (USC Annenberg Digital News)

After Budget Cuts, Hope For The California State University System

(October 6)

California Watch

Cal State uses controversial student test to rank its own effectiveness

(October 5)

Fox LA

Study: Fewer immigrants coming to Los Angeles

(October 4)

Sacramento Bee
Study: Fewer immigrants coming to Los Angeles
(October 4)

Whittier Daily News
Cal State LA forum looks at Grim Sleeper case
(October 2)

Los Angeles Wave
Cal State L.A. to host Latino Book and Family Festival
(October 1)

SoCal Minds
Take in a 'Grim Sleeper' talk, chess exhibition, print show
(October 1)

Inside Higher Education
New Presidents or Provosts: California State U.-Los Angeles, Nevada State College, Santa Fe U. of Art and Design, Shaw U., Tuskegee U.
(September 30)

Business Wire
New Law Opens Door for California State University Nursing Schools to Offer the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree
(September 30)

SoCal Minds
In East L.A., high honors for two legendary alums
(September 29)

Long Beach Press-Telegram
KEISSER: Legends going `big' 2nd time around
(September 29)

KPCC (The Madeleine Brand Show)
New Species of Slugs Moves Into Santa Barbara
(September 28)

Glendale News-Press
It's a stormy transfer climate for GCC students
(September 28)

San Diego Union-Tribune
Attorney general candidates at a glance
(September 27)

CNN
Obama, Biden head back to school to reach young voters
(September 27)

SoCal Minds
'Green shoots' abound in Southland campus projects
(September 27)

Long Beach Press-Telegram
Long Beach native Billie Jean King takes home another honor
(September 26)

L.A. Daily News
It's cleaning day in Valley: Heal the Bay event helps inland areas, too
(September 26)

Contra Costa Times
It's cleaning day in Valley: Heal the Bay event helps inland areas, too
(September 26)

Redlands Daily Facts
KEISSER: Deeds was the one to guide King to CSULA
(September 25)

Univision (KMEX-34)
Festival del Libro Latino
(September 23)

The Eastsider
Cal State L.A. sustainable energy center gets a boost
(September 22)

Mid Valley News
San Gabriel Valley Scholar loses vision before grad school, maintains 4.0 GPA receives $10,000 Ali Razi/Hearst Scholarship
(September 22)

Out on the Scoop
Tribute to Lee Morgan - Free Concert October 2nd
(September 22)

The Desert Sun
Prop 25 Yes: On Time Budget Act a smart response
(September 21)

Pasadena Star-News
Linda S. Wah appointed to PCC Board of Trustees
(September 20)

Business Wire
Pan American Bank, Actor/Activist Edward James Olmos to Hold Press Conference to Announce the Largest Gathering of Latino Authors in U.S. History
(September 20)

L.A. Times
California state colleges and universities will get more than $200 million in stimulus funds
(September 17)

India Journal
Ashish Vaidya is CSULA's New Provost - B1 and B11

(September 17)

Pasadena Star-News
200 years after its birth, Mexico maintains complicated relationship with U.S.
(September 16)

Pasadena Star-News
Gathering at Cal State L.A. highlights role of DNA in crime solving
(September 16)

La Opinion
Impulso al desarrollo del mundo cientifico
(September 15)

Los Angeles Business Journal
Newsmakers-Education: Provost Ashish Vaidya
(September 13)

Pasadena Star-News
Provision in new federal health reform law may let young adults up to 26 return to families' medical plans
(September 13)

Central Valley Business Times
CSU sees the light, adds more solar power
(September 9)

msnbc.com
Most of us think we're hotter than average, survey says
(September 8)

L.A. Times
Jefferson Thomas dies at 67; one of the Little Rock Nine who integrated Central High School
(September 7)

Long Beach-Telegram
King is making sure other athletes get scholarships
(September 6)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune
San Gabriel Valley students receive academic scholarships
(September 2)

Diversity Careers
CSULA uses HP grant to create a new center to stimulate STEM learning
(August-September 2010)

Pasadena Star-News
San Gabriel Valley students headed to Cal State L.A. on academic scholarships
(August 31)

Pacific Coast Business Times
Editorial: Goodbye and good luck
(August 30)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Western University celebrates expansion
(August 29)

Hawaii 24/7
U.S. Transportation Secretary Announces $5.9 Million for On-the-Job Training Grants
(August 27)

India West
Ashish Vaidya Named Provost at Cal State Los Angeles
(August 27)

American Towns - Camarillo News
Cal State L.A. Names Ashish Vaidya as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
(August 27)

KPCC Off-Ramp
Finding out how hot it can get inside a parked car
(August 26)

Science Works For US
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to support 14 science, technology, engineering and mathematic projects at Cal State L.A. (August 26)

Los Angeles Wave Publications
Session part of CSULA recruiting class
(August 26)

MidValley News
Cal State L.A. named partner of a new Cooperative Institute on Marine Ecosystems and Climate
(August 26)

Inside Higher Education
The Lists: Job Changes
(August 25)

L.A. Times
Spring enrollment's budget connection leaves California college students in limbo
(August 22)

Korea Daily
Photo of 3rd and 4th cohort of CSULA Strategic Language Initiative-Korean Program
(August 20)

Ventura County Star
CSUCI dean gets job at CSU Los Angeles
(August 20)

California Crusader News (page 3)
CSULA researchers examine an overlooked aspect of climate change
(August 19-25)

KPCC AirTalk with Larry Mantle (Prof. Rebecca Joseph shares perspective)
Teacher performance report: should the Times have named names?
(August 17)

Science News
Twinkle, twinkle, little dot
(August 12)

SoCal Minds
A campus collaboration highlights murals, East L.A.
(August 11)

Santa Cruz Sentinel
Shoot the tube: Santa Cruz surfers tarp surfing video nets 1.5M hits
(August 11)

The Bakersfield Californian
CAMILLE GAVIN: Historical drama takes the stage
(August 11)

GoNOMAD
The Lost Girl Phenomenon: Finding a Cure for the Quarter-Life Crisis
(August 9)

KPCC
End is near for some LA freeway murals due to graffiti
(August 9)

SoCal Minds
In East L.A., options to study climate change, SoCal shores
(August 8)

L.A. Times
Dodgers cut struggling veteran Garret Anderson, call up Jay Gibbons from minors
(August 8)

The Chronicle of Higher Education
How a Public Search Cost a Provost Her Job
(August 8)

Psychology TODAY

Oh, Brother!
(August 4)

Voice of America (in Vietnamese)
Q&A with 2010 Early Entrance Program graduate Alexandria Huynh
(August 3)

NSF Multimedia Gallery - Images
A Glass Act
(July 29)

Mid Valley News
Cal State L.A. to honor seven prominent leaders at inaugural awards gala July 29
(July 28)

Traders Huddle
Los Angeles World Airports Chief Engineer Intissar Durham Honored With Cal State L.A.'s 'Public Servant of Year' Award
(July 28)

IPTV News
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Donates Over $1.5 Million at 2010 Installation Luncheon
(July 28)

Newsweek
Will Rape Kit Testing Laws Help Clear Cases?
(July 27)

SoCal Minds
In Pomona, East L.A., advances in 21st century technology
(July 21)

Canadian Business magazine
California's crushing debt; The Golden State's crushing debt problem is a warning to governments everywhere: real austerity is agonizing
(July 19)

Whittier Daily News

Montebello man named to Cal State Los Angeles alumni post
(July 20)

L.A. Times

Michael San Miguel dies at 70; ornithologist and conservationist
(July 17)

SoCal Minds

A spotlight for those who build bridges, push boundaries
(July 16)

San Diego Union-Tribune

UCSD, partners get $55M for climate research
(July 16)

Eastern Group Publications

Vons Exec Tapped to Lead CSULA Alumni Association
(July 15)

Highlander News (SGV Newspaper Group)

Teens graduate from Cal State Los Angeles
(July 15)

L.A. Times

Jerry Brown steps up Latino outreach as poll shows Whitman picking up support
(July 9)

Sacramento Bee

Brown rips Whitman on 'cynical' Spanish-language ads
(July 9)

Pasadena Star-News

Arcadia teen to study at Cambridge for master's degree
(July 8)

L.A. Daily News

Jerry Brown to speak at Cal State Los Angeles today
(July 8)

San Bernardino Sun

Cal Poly tennis coach Kriezel finds new home
(June 29)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Reformed Baldwin Park felon enrolls in graduate program at Cal State L.A.
(June 29)

SoCal Minds

Something's funky with air above Gulf spill, Eurasia
(June 28)

Los Angeles Wave

Angels promote Campos to Triple-A
(June 28)

India West

Twin sisters and brothers among early Cal State L.A. grads

(June 25)

The Acorn
Acorn Bits: Honor Roll - Dhanvanthari twins
(June 24)

La Opinion
Asisten a los discapacitados (Agustin Moreno became blind as a youth, studied computer information systems at Cal State L.A., and
helps manage the routing of every bus in L.A.)

(June 24)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Three San Gabriel Valley teens graduate from Cal State L.A. with bachelor's degrees
(June 20)

L.A. Times
Cal State OKs 5% hike in undergraduate fees
(June 19)

Mid Valley News
Nursing graduate aspires to give back to the L.A. community
(June 16)

Compton Bulletin
Bishop Charles E. Blake awarded honorary doctorate by Cal State system
(June 16)

Inside Socal: South Bay School Notebook
Torrance teen heads to Harvard med school for doctorate
(June 14)

Daily Breeze
Teen heads to Harvard Med for doctorate
(June 13)

Creaders News (in Chinese)
17-year-old heads to Harvard Med for doctorate
(June 12)

Sina Daily News (in Chinese)
17-year-old heads to Harvard Med for doctorate
(June 11)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)
17-year-old CSULA grad going for doctoral degree next
(June 10)

L.A. Times
Cal State L.A. students want to study past 8 p.m.
(June 10)

Wave Community News
CSULA names Jones women's basketball coach
(June 10)

The Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley Journal
Bishop Charles E. Blake Awarded Honorary Doctorate LA by CSU Board of Trustees
(June 8)

Wat Da Con Heo!
Cal State L.A.’s youngest graduate, 17, heads to Harvard for Ph.D. in immunology
(June 8)

CBS-TV (Channel 2) News
CSULA Students Hold Study Session Outside
(June 7)

L.A. Times
Arizona immigration law an unpleasant reminder of Chandler's past
(June 6)

La Opinion
Crean su biblioteca popular al aire libre
(June 5)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)
Early Entrance Program grads featured: Jennifer Chen and Shauna Cheng (June 5)

L.A. Times
Investing in higher education is a win-win (May
27)

KMEX-34
Arizona’s English-language policies for schools and perspectives from Cal State L.A. (May 25)

KGTV San Diego
CSU Schools Report Low 6-Year Graduation Rates (May
24)

L.A. Times
Cal State lost 10% of teaching force, union says (May
21)

The Herald (Rock Hill, NC)
Social media isn't ruining kids after all, research finds (May
21)

L.A. Times
Teenage social media butterflies may not be such a bad idea (May 18)

L.A. Times
Mexican judges learn U.S. justice system in L.A. (May 17)

L.A. Times
Being a problem-solver has stood Lawndale's mayor in good stead over 11 terms (May 13)

P.R. Log
Readers Can Laugh about Aging with Witty Poems of Body Parts, Published by Outskirts Press (May 11)

L.A. Times
How I Made It: Pervaiz Lodhie (May 9)

San Diego Union-Tribune
Less May gray and June gloom, but more rain? (May 7)

The News-Star
ULM to host third and final professor in Traveling Scholars series (May 4)

Education Week
Rivals Vie for Job of California Schools Chief (Apr. 30)

Los Angeles Chronicle
Extraordinary Water Savings Announced in Los Angeles, California for Earth Day (Apr. 25)

Pasadena Star-News
CSULA researchers work on study to educate elderly Chinese Americans about diabetes (Apr. 24)

P.R. Newswire
Extraordinary Water Savings Announced in Los Angeles, California for Earth Day (Apr.
23)

La Opinion
Menos interés en la carrera de docencia (Apr.
22)

SoCal Minds
In East L.A., students help cut DNA case backlog (Apr.
19)

L.A. Times
California's jobless rate hits high of 12.6% in March (Apr.
17)

NBC-4 (News Raw)
To DWP (Or not to DWP)--That is L.A.’s Question (Apr.
11)

Aquafornia
From precipitation to policy, CSULA students immersed in study of watersheds
(Apr. 7)

Pasadena Star-News
Jack O'Connell visits Muir and warns of future crisis (Apr. 6)

L.A. Times
L.A. County High School for the Arts has celebrity lineup to celebrate its 25th anniversary (Apr. 6)

SoCal Minds
In East LA, soaking up a key area of studies (Apr. 5)

People's World
Los Angeles: Girls invited to explore hands-on science at California State University (Apr. 5)

L.A. Times
Lessons for a lifetime (Apr. 4)

Mid Valley News
‘M. Butterfly’ comes to Cal State L.A. April 15-18 (Apr. 1)

N.Y. Times
Jaime Escalante, Inspiration for a Movie, Dies at 79 (Apr. 1)

L.A. Times
Jaime Escalante dies at 79; math teacher who challenged East L.A. students to 'Stand and Deliver' (Mar. 31)

KPCC - Patt Morrison
Who’s to blame for unprepared Cal State freshmen…and what’s the best way to get them up to speed?
(Mar. 23)

ABC News
UC, CSU, community college students protest budget cuts
(Mar. 23)

L.A. Times
On your port side, a smokestack and a sewage pipe
(Mar. 21)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)
Report on CSULA programs supported by federal stimulus fund
(Mar. 18)

L.A. Times
Computer theft raises fraud concern at Cal State L.A. (Mar. 17)
-- Story also appeared in Chinese Daily News (Mar. 17)

CNBC News
Main Street’s Debt Threat; CNBC’s Jane Wells has the details on a jump in pension costs that are forcing California to the brink of collapse and Stephen Moore, Wall Street Journal editorial board (Mar. 11)

CNBC News

California’s Cash Crunch; Digging into California’s debt, with Bill Lockyer, State of California State Treasurer and CNBC’s Jane Wells
(Mar. 11)

San Diego Union-Tribune

Forensic scientists look for answers
(Mar. 11)

L.A. Times

Man charged with leading student visa fraud operation
(Mar. 8)

KNBC-TV Sunday L.A. (News Raw)

L.A. Budget Crisis: political impact of budget crisis and layoffs in Los
Angeles
(Feb. 28)

Black Voice News

Access to College: A Promise to Keep
(Feb. 17)

L.A. Times

Cal State campus leaders take to pulpits in diversity initiative
(Feb. 15)

KTLA-5

Special Equipment Has Wheelchair Bound Man Walking, Stan Chambers Reporter at Large
(Feb. 12)

L.A. Times

U.S. gives $2.88 million to Cal State’s strategic language initiative
(Feb. 11)

L.A. Times
Meet Mandarin language clubs leader -- a guy named Miranda (Feb. 11)

Mid Valley News

Cal State L.A. offers free income tax assistance through Mar. 27
(Feb. 10)

Asbarez.com

Krekorian Endorses Nahabedian For California Assembly
(Feb. 2)

L.A. Times

Cal State to push students toward graduation
(Jan. 28)

L.A. Times

Cal State aims to boost graduation rates
(Jan. 27)

L.A. Times Culture Monster

Itzhak Perlman’s 'Urgent Message from Mr. Beethoven' at Luckman Theater
(Jan. 24)

KPCC 89.3 (Larry Mantle’s AirTalk)

Health care reform going forward
(Jan. 22)

KNX 1070 AM (Money 101 Report)

The 25 Things You Need to Know About Keeping Your Job: Your Future Job
(Jan. 13)

Pasadena Star-News

Altadenan
s memoirs tell of escaping Hitler's reign (Jan. 12)

Chronicle Review

Isherwood the Multiculturalist
(Jan.
10)

The Asbarez Post

Education Reformer Nayiri Nahabedian Announces Candidacy For California Assembly
(Jan.
8)

L.A. Times

Paul M. Zall dies at 87; Huntington Library scholar examined lives of early American leaders
(Jan. 4)

 

2009 coverage

Long Beach Press-Telegram

KEISSER: Thinking of you, Coach Herbold
(Dec. 24)

KPCC 89.3 FM

Artist paints last meals of executed death row inmates
(Dec. 16)

L.A. Times

Controlling a classroom isn't as easy as ABC
(Dec. 14)

KABC-7

El Sereno charter school opens coffeehouse
(Dec. 14)
(Segment also featured in L.A.Times: http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-cafe13-2009dec13,0,4471194.story)

OregonLive.com

Measure 67 business tax would hit few, but they'd feel it
(Dec. 12)

L.A. Times

Mayor heads for an urban climate summit
(Dec. 12)

CNNMoney.com

Northrop Grumman Recognizes Suppliers, Employees for Continued Support of Its Socio-Economic Business Programs

(featured photo, Dec. 10)

Medill Reports - Chicago

Should Daley lease Midway?
(Dec. 9)

OnEarth.org

Riddle of the Shells: Buried Treasures
(featured photo, winter 2010)

Los Angeles Times

Longest-serving Cal State president stepping down
(Dec. 8)

KPCC 98.3

Cal State LA students protest at governor’s office against higher education cuts
(Dec. 3)

KNBC-4

Meet the Silver Line
(Dec. 3)

P.R. Newswire

U.S. Navy Hosts Small Business Conference
(Dec. 3)

Mid Valley News

CSULA’s interactive ‘The Desk of One Astronomer’ nets Rosebud Award at 2009 CSU Media Arts Festival
(Dec. 2)

Pasadena Star-News

Cal State L.A. student from Duarte killed in 605 freeway crash
(Dec. 2)

Pasadena Star-News

Report claims drastic CSU program cuts are rooted in alternative agendas
(Dec. 2)

The Huffington Post

California: Killing the Goose that Lays the Golden Eggs
(Dec. 1)

Wave Community News

Cal State L.A. to launch program for future teachers
(Nov. 25)

Los Angeles Times

An anomaly in judging at Carson science fair
(Nov. 22)

San Gabriel Valley Newspapers

Cal State L.A. students protest budget cuts and slashed classes
(Nov. 18)

Pasadena Star-News

Congresswoman gets first-hand view of stimulus funding's results
(Nov. 12)

California Progress Report

The Silent Unraveling of the CSU
(Nov. 17)

Mid Valley News

1,000s turned out for H1N1 Vaccination Clinic at Cal State L.A.
(Nov.
10)

Mid Valley News

‘The Thought of Poetry’ Nov. 18 at Cal State L.A.; writers’ workshop (in Spanish) comes a day later
(Nov. 4)

NurseWeek

California Notable Nurses - Araciel Juarez
(Nov. 2)

CNN

Social networks and kids: How young is too young?
(Nov. 2)

Reuters.com

Excellent Education Development Receives $50 Million Tax Credit From U.S. Treasury Department
(Nov. 2)

Psychology Today

All about Sex: Men’s Breast Obsession—And Women’s
(Nov. 2)

Mid Valley News

$8.8 million for Cal State L.A. and Partners to launch L.A. Urban Teacher Residency Program
(Oct.
28)

Mid Valley News

uh-ten-SHUN!! U.S. Marine Band’s first duty in SoCal: free concert at Cal State L.A.
(Oct.
21)

MidValley News

Dean of Extended Education and Research at Cal State L.A. Announced
(Oct.
21)

CBS-2

Report Says 25 Percent of Angelenos Lack Insurance
(Oct. 19)

L.A. Daily News

About a quarter of L.A. adults don't have health insurance
(Oct. 19)

L.A. Times

Schools a battleground over dueling Chinese scripts
(Oct. 18)

L.A. Times

After rains, another heat wave comes to Los Angeles
(Oct. 15)
(note:
See the Golden Eagles women's cross-country team photo and caption at the end of story)

KTLA-5

CSULA Students Exposed in Security Breach
(Oct. 14)

Fox-11

CSULA: Private Student Info Leaked
(Oct. 14)

KNBC-4
CSULA Professor Gets an F in Identity Security (Oct. 14)

La Opinion
Celebran en Cal State la literatura bilingüe en el XII Festival del Libro Latino (Oct. 12)

Mid Valley News

L.A. Latino Book & Family Festival at Cal State L.A. Oct. 10-11
(Oct. 8)

North County Times

Local View: One person's life in 'socialized medicine'
(Oct. 4)

Pasadena Star-News

Guest View: University professors underpaid
(Sept. 30)

Los Angeles Times

Hector Tobar: Cal State students, it's time to stand up
(Sept. 29)

Band Weblogs

U.S. Marine Band to play free concert at Cal State L.A., October 23, 2009
(Sept. 28)

Military News blog

U.S. Marine Band’s first duty in SoCal: free concert at Cal State L.A., Oct. 23
(Sept. 28)

Sacramento Bee

Nation's teachers unions feel squeezed by some former allies
(Sept. 21)

Reuters.com

Autism Spectrum Therapies Co-Founder and Chief Clinical Officer Dr. William
Frea Appointed to Board of Directors of Los Angeles Chapter of Autism Speaks
(Sept. 21)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)

DNA Forum: Cal State L.A. honored
(Sept. 28)

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)
Special reports on former young
teen students at Cal State L.A.:
Sept. 13, Sept.
14
, Sept. 15, and Sept. 18

Examiner.com

Book Festival in Los Angeles
(Sept. 9)

Around Alhambra
The anti-clunker from
Cal State L.A. — fuel-efficient,
good-looking Super Eagle is
#1 in California
(Sept.
2009, p. 26)

LatinoLA!

Latino Book & Family Festival Makes History!

(Sept. 2009)

Korea Central Daily News

CSU Summer Intensive Program at Cal State L.A.

(Aug. 29)

San Gabriel Valley Newspapers: Earth Beat

Cal State L.A. team develops ultimate fuel-efficient concept vehicle

(Aug. 29)

Fox-11 "Good Day L.A."

Job Shop: Campus Career Centers

(Aug. 27)

Sacramento Bee

Walter Zelman: Health plan with no public option isn't a lost cause

(Aug. 23)

Los Angeles Sentinel

Commentary -- The California State University African American Initiative: "Preparing for Success"

(Aug. 20-26)

Los Angeles Sentinel

Following the Consent Decree

(Aug. 20-26)

DVM Newsmagazine

Banfield Summit explores economic recovery; challenges remain, economist predicts
(Aug. 19)

KABC-7 Los Angeles

MORE Program computers stolen from Cal State L.A.
(Aug. 18)

PR
Newswire


Heritage Provider Network and Dr. Richard Merkin Establish Scholarship at Cal State L.A.
(Aug. 17)

San Gabriel
Valley Tribune


Theft of Cal State L.A. computers puts hundreds at risk of identity theft
(Aug. 17)

Daily Pilot, Newport Beach/Costa Mesa

Billie Jean King Truly Deserves Honor
(Aug. 11)
(Note: Cal State L.A. alumna and benefactor Billie Jean King’s receipt of Presidential Medal of Freedom is also spotlighted here: /univ/ppa/spotlight/archive/2009/BJK-medal09.php)

KTLA-5 Los Angeles

Glass Blowing Lab Blows Minds -- Stan Chambers reports
(Aug. 7 & 8)

Eastern Group Publications

City and County May Consolidate Redevelopment Projects for BioMed Tech Sector
(Aug. 6)

Mid Valley News

Ney fills administrative post at Cal State L.A.
(Aug. 5)

Wave Community Newspapers

Sports Brief: King Honored
(Aug. 5)

Fox-11 Los Angeles

Job Shop Report: Your Interview
(Aug. 4)

Fox-11 Los Angeles

Job Shop Report: Your Resume
(Aug. 3)

L.A. Daily News
The future of
California depends on a strong CSU
(Aug. 3)

L.A. Sentinel
CSU and Church Partners Provide a Gateway to College through Summer Algebra Institutes (Aug.
1)

Around Alhambra

Cal State L.A. awarded $1 million for Smart Backlog Reduction Program;
Cal State L.A. Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of
Graduate Studies Appointed
(Aug.
2009, p. 16A)

L.A. Sentinel
New Center Aims To Close Achievement Gap In Schools (July 30)

Colton Courier

Cal State works with church to use algebra as a gateway to college
(July 30)

L.A. Watts Times
CSU and Church Partners Provide a Gateway to College (July 30)

Black Voice News
New Center Aims To Close Achievement Gap In Schools
(July 29)

KTLA-5 Los Angeles
Medical Mannequins Help Nursing
Students Learn -- Stan Chambers reports
(July 28 & 29)

The Christian Science Monitor

Once again, California balances budget with ‘tricks’
(July 24)

Mid Valley News

Cal State L.A. Receives $260,00 Grant Aimed to Improve Student Interest
and Achievement in Engineering, Computer Science, and Information
Technology
(July 23)

West Valley Journal

Cal State Honors Montebello Resident
(July 23)

NPR: All Things Considered

Professor on California Budget Deal
(July 22)

La Opinión

Entre plumas y puentes; Una colaboración transcontinental ha hecho
posible que poesía mexicana se publique traducida al inglés
(July 18)

KABC-7 Los Angeles
Cool Kid teen reaches for the stars [video
segment
] (July 16)

Mid Valley
News

Cal State
L.A. awarded $1 million for Smart Backlog Reduction Program
(July 15)

Sierra Madre Weekly

Sierra Madre Resident Takes Graduate Deanship at Cal State L.A.
(July 14)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Our View: Dollars to lab a wise investment
(July 11)

Al Día Newspaper (in Spanish)
Crean doctorado en
enfermería por falta de profesores
(July 10)

Eastern
Group Publications

Real Life
Science and Math Project Launched in Boyle Heights Schools
(July 9)

Yahoo! Noticias (in Spanish)
Proponen doctorado en
prácticas de enfermería para suplir falta profesionales 
(July 9)

LatinoLA.com

Authors Line Up for Festival
(July
9)

Pasadena Star-News
Federal grant
to help LA County handle DNA backlog
(July 8)
-- Story also mentioned in
San Jose Mercury News
and San Diego Union-Tribune
--

KPCC 98.3
(Southern California Public Radio)

DNA training for
LA criminalists to help cut backlog of sex assault cases
(July 7)

KNBC-4 Los Angeles
Authorities Get Help from Cal State
LA to Ease Rape Kit Backlog
and
Students to Help With DNA Tests on
Rape Kit Backlog
(July 7)

KABC-7 Los Angeles

L.A. County gets grant for DNA backlog
(July 7)

Dnevnik: Croatia Public Television
17-year-old CSULA
graduate heading to Princeton
(June 27, 7:30 p.m.)

KNBC-4 Los Angeles

Two Caps, Two Gowns, But Not Too Busy
[video segment] (June 22)

Fox-11 Los Angeles

Cal State L.A. to Honor Marian Wagstaff
(June 21)

Los Angeles
Times


Shrinking job market leaves little for grads
(June 21)

KFI -
Kennedy & Suits


‘Slump Dashes Oregon Dreams of California’
(June 19)

Los Angeles Times
The graduate wears two caps and two
gowns
(June 15)
--
Story also picked up by the


Chicago Tribune
,

Examiner
and
Free Republic
--

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)

87-year-old student earns two bachelor’s degrees from Cal State L.A.
(June 15)

World Journal (Chinese Daily News)

87-year-old & Early Entrance Program graduates at CSULA Commencement
(June 13)

Orange County Register
Placentia 17-year-old goes for PhD (June 12)
-- Story also mentioned in
Vien Dong Daily News
(in Vietnamese;
third paragraph) --

Sing Tao Daily (in Chinese)
19-year-old Theresa
Cheng to become a teacher after graduation
(June 12)

Diverse Magazine

Seasoned Leaders
(June 11)

L.A. WAVE Newspapers

Eagle Rock couple to receive degrees
(June 11)

California Crusader News

Cal State L.A.’s youngest graduate, 17, off to Princeton for Ph.D. in
cosmology
(June 11-17)

Mid Valley News

In ‘Short Order,’ Cal State Students Share Gallery
(June 10)

Mid Valley News

Cal State L.A.’s youngest graduate, 17, off to Princeton for Ph.D.
(June
10)

Palos Verdes Peninsula News
Resident plays host to Afghani professors (June 4)

San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Project educates
San Gabriel Valley teens
(June 3)

Boulevard Sentinel (scroll down to article)
Eagle Rock Couple
Celebrates 6 Month Anniversary w/Bachelor’s Degrees
(June 2009,
volume 13, issue 2)

Mid Valley News

Cal State L.A. Delegation Receives National Distinction
(May 20)

Mid Valley News

RECITAL to take readers on a poetic journey
(May 20)

KPFK - The Morning Review w/Gabriel Gutiérrez

‘Las Grandes de East Los Angeles and Boyle Heights’
(May
13, 7:40 p.m.)

California Crusader News

Cal State L.A.’s ‘Choccoli’ Wins Gold Award in Food Competition
(May
7-13)

Riverside Press Enterprise

Grand slam for Latino history
(May 6)

Mid Valley News

San Gabriel Valley Quartet a Nutritional Science Team
(May 6)

LA Eastside
Race &
Hollywood: Latino Images in Film
(Apr. 27)

Latin Heat online
Sci-Fi Thriller GB2525 Premieres at Reel Rasquache Film Fest
(Apr. 23)

La Opinion

Admisiones limitadas en educación superior
(Apr. 21)

Pasadena Star-News
Cal
Poly to share stem cell biology educational grant
(Apr. 2)

Los Angeles Times

Eastside high schoolers get a lesson in oral history
(Mar. 29)

Los Angeles Times

L.A.'s first charter school on a university campus
(Mar. 27)

La Opinion

Con los dos pies en la universidad
(Mar. 27)

CBS2/KCAL9 Los Angeles
First H.S. Charter Opens on L.A. college campus
(Mar. 26)

FOX-11 Los Angeles

L.A. has a New Charter School
(Mar. 26)

Los Angeles Times

Cal State L.A. ponders switching to semesters
(Mar. 25)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Pomona’s Village Academy students get aid from Cal State L.A.
(Mar.
20)

Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Getting Into the Game
(Mar.
19)

Los Angeles Times

Student consultants teach firms how to get to the next level
(Mar.
10)

Ventura County Star

Kids form a band at justice complex
(Mar. 8)

KMEX-34: Univision - Primera Edición

Deja Huella: Lo que ofrece Cal-State
(Mar. 6)

KVEA-52: Telemundo News

Estudiantes de hoy son la generación crisis
(Mar. 3)

LatinoLA.com
Reel Rasquache, Reel
Visions 2009
(Mar. 2)

KPCC - Larry Mantle's AirTalk

Forensics Fouled Up?
(Feb. 19)

La Opinion

¿Trimestre o semestre? Cal State Los Ángeles pretende cambiar el sistema
de los cursos
(Feb. 19)

Eastern Group Publications
Diversity, History Fill ‘Walls of
Passion’
(Feb. 12)

Mid Valley News

The Power of Murals
(Feb. 12)

Mid Valley News

Free Income Tax Assistance for 400 on Saturdays
(Feb. 11)

U.S. Army News

RDECOM partners with Cal State LA engineering students
(Feb. 6)

Los Angeles Times

Judge holds fate of gang member-turned scholar
(Feb. 3)

Paths to American dream converge in Immigration Court
(Feb. 17)

La Opinion

Ayuda gratis para hacer la declaración de ingresos
(Feb. 1)

Los Angeles WAVE
Student mural project goes on display at Cal State L.A.
(Jan. 30)

Eastern Group Publications
'The Tattooed Soldier' Author to Visit Local University
(Jan. 22)

Voice of America
Students show excitement at Obama inauguration
(Jan. 21)

Mid Valley News
Five from SGV to study abroad through CSU program
(Jan. 16)

Pasadena Star-News
New student union building at Cal State L.A.
(Jan. 11)

 

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