College/University Times Collection
The University Times is the student-run newspaper of California State University, Los Angeles. In June of 1948, the first two issues were published and named the “STATE”. When the fall semester began, the first issue of October 1948 called for name suggestions. By the next issue, the newspaper was officially named College Times. In 1965, the College Times was named the best newspaper by California Intercollegiate Press and in 1972, it changed its name to University Times, in accordance with the change in university status.
The collection includes yearbooks from 1948 to present. The yearbook was not published between 1968-1975 as a result of anti-establishment philosophy held by many students.
Benita Francis Schwartz attended California State University, Los Angeles (then known as Los Angeles State College) and majored in Home Economics. She was awarded a number of honors including “LASC Outstanding Women, S’57.”
Cal State LA Chicano/a Poster Collection
The materials in this collection were created between 1968-1978. The entire collection consists of posters announcing events presented by the Chicano Studies Department at California State University, Los Angeles. The events include Feria De La Raza and the United Mexican-American Students Present "Community Day on Campus."
CAL STATE la Student Union Collection
The Cal State LA University Student Union, established in 1975, is an on-campus organization consisting of multiple facilities and resource centers such as the Cross Cultural Centers, Center for Student Involvement, Gender and Sexuality Resource Center, and Associated Students Incorporated. This collection documents many of the student-run events hosted by various Cal State LA Student Union organizations that took place both on and off campus between 1995 and 2018.