Los Angeles represents society’s hardships, social justice, and promise. Our ciudad’s beauty comes from our rich diversity; we are a proud rainbow of people. Join us for a panel discussion about queer pride, featuring Myriam Gurba (novelist), Wendy Ortiz (memoirist), and D'Lo (poet and performer). This panel is part of the L.A. Writers series, which features Women of Color and LGBTQ poets/writers: powerful voices from this historical landscape.
This town hall is designed to address student concerns regarding parking access and enforcement. Key administrators and support staff will provide information and answer questions from ASI moderators. In preparation, ASI is posting parking updates, collecting feedback and asking students to submit their questions online at: asicalstatela.org/parking.
Learn about how to study marketing and other business majors abroad from study abroad alumna Monica Campos, who studied marketing for one year at Kingston University in England. For more information, contact the International Office at (323) 343-3170.
Week two of a six-week workshop series based on current dietary and physical activity guidelines. Healthy snacks will be provided at every workshop (while supplies last) and a certificate of completion will be given to participants who attend all six sessions.
The Advocacy Clinic is designed to further the mission of the ASI Lobby Corps and empower concerned students with the necessary skills, knowledge and experience needed to advocate for student interests here and at the local, state and national levels. Join us in learning how to engage with and influence university administrators and government officials. Discuss change on campus and how to impact policy and the decision-making process.
Join us for this high-energy class that will have you burning calories while having fun! Sign-ups will be available at 5:30 p.m. at the U-SU Plaza. Minor must pick up a consent form in advance at CSI, located on the second floor of the U-SU room 204.