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10/05/2017 - 7:00pm

Holy Seductive Dance, written and directed by Cal State LA alum, and adjunct faculty in Pan African Studies, Staci Mitchell.  This play is an adaptation of the novel, Anthills of the Savannah, by Chinua Achebe.

10/06/2017 - 7:00pm

Holy Seductive Dance, written and directed by Cal State LA alum, and adjunct faculty in Pan African Studies, Staci Mitchell.  This play is an adaptation of the novel, Anthills of the Savannah, by Chinua Achebe.

10/07/2017 - 7:00pm

Holy Seductive Dance, written and directed by Cal State LA alum, and adjunct faculty in Pan African Studies, Staci Mitchell.  This play is an adaptation of the novel, Anthills of the Savannah, by Chinua Achebe.

10/08/2017 - 2:30pm

Holy Seductive Dance, written and directed by Cal State LA alum, and adjunct faculty in Pan African Studies, Staci Mitchell.  This play is an adaptation of the novel, Anthills of the Savannah, by Chinua Achebe.

10/12/2017 - 7:00pm

Holy Seductive Dance, written and directed by Cal State LA alum, and adjunct faculty in Pan African Studies, Staci Mitchell.  This play is an adaptation of the novel, Anthills of the Savannah, by Chinua Achebe.

10/13/2017 - 7:00pm

Holy Seductive Dance, written and directed by Cal State LA alum, and adjunct faculty in Pan African Studies, Staci Mitchell.  This play is an adaptation of the novel, Anthills of the Savannah, by Chinua Achebe.

10/14/2017 - 7:00pm

Holy Seductive Dance, written and directed by Cal State LA alum, and adjunct faculty in Pan African Studies, Staci Mitchell.  This play is an adaptation of the novel, Anthills of the Savannah, by Chinua Achebe.

10/17/2017 - 7:30pm to 8:30pm

This concert includes a U.S. Premiere of a piece by faculty member, John Kennedy. 

 

10/19/2017 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm

The Department of Communication Studies presents a lecture by Dr. Justin Eckstein of Pacific Lutheran University as part of their Fall 2017 Colloquia Series. 

Popular health TV personailties might promise you a “breakthrough drink”and brands pay celebrities millions of dollars in endorsement to sell you their food products. The public is teeming with people telling you how to eat. How do chefs compete in such a crowded culinary public? Restaurants, menus, and plates are some of the places that chefs go to invent their message for the public. 
In this talk, Dr. Eckstein theorizes food as a site of rhetorical invention. 

 

 

10/19/2017 - 7:30pm to 8:30pm

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