Sunday, October 4, 2015

School Yard

Cal State L.A. to open a Downtown L.A. campus

Rendering courtesy Cal State L.A.

EL SERENO — Cal State L.A. is joining the many new residents, restaurants and other businesses headed for Downtown L.A. The El Sereno-based school announced today that it will open a satellite campus in a Downtown office with classes geared to working professionals as well as ... Read More »

Northeast L.A. students take a walk in the past lane

Ranchero-era fashion statement Sophia Aguilar and Natalia Romero | Brenda Rees

HIGHLAND PARK -- At Ramona Hall, eighth graders from Arroyo Seco Museum Science Magnet School were practicing their lines and testing their delivering. After all, show time was only days away. While costumes and props were in place, some adrenal jitters needed to be worked out during this rehearsal. The upcoming show, however, was not a theatrical performance, but rather a shared educational experience.

Learn the craft of timber framing at an Off The Saw workshop in Echo Park


Off The Saw will be hosting a timber framing intensive workshop in Echo Park. Timber framing is a traditional construction technique that joints heavy, squared-off timbers with large wooden pegs. Samuel Moyer of Samuel Moyer Furniture will lead students in building a timber frame guest house that will be constructed and installed in Echo Park.

Cal State L.A. lands $5 million NASA research grant

A previous NASA grant funded this university research lab | Cal State L.A.

EL SERENO – NASA has awarded a $5-million grant to train a new generation of scientists and engineers at Cal State L.A. as part of an effort to expand the nation’s ability to conduct aerospace research and development. The university will use the five-year NASA grant ...