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Democracy in Action is a faculty-led series of presentations and discussions designed to help the campus community better understand how recent and forthcoming presidential executive orders will impact our students and other members of our campus. As a community of learners, educators and scholars, we join colleagues across the CSU and the country as we re-examine the meaning of American democracy in this new political era.
The Feb. 21 event will focus on Immigration and Refugee Policy.
Off-campus scholarships and fellowships sometimes require an interview during the application process. In this hands-on workshop, students will learn interview "do's and don'ts" and practice responding to common questions.
Cal State LA undergraduate and graduate students of all majors are welcome to attend. Register here to attend by February 15.
Put down the phone and get ready to connect in flesh and bone. This mixer is the alternative to socialize without the pressure to flirt. Like our gender and sexuality, the way we meet is diverse, too. But, who knows, you might find a boo, a friend, or two.
Plot your student leadership journey through the U-Lead program as you explore personal, group, and community leadership competencies. You are responsible for the development of those who follow you. Learn about the expectations associated with leadership.
The “Minimalist Sax” concert by the Orion Saxophone Quartet will feature works by notable minimalist composers Philip Glass, Steve Reich and Michael Torke. The program will also feature the Los Angeles premiere of “Pitch Black” by Dutch composer Jacob Ter Veldhuis. “Pitch Black” is a work for saxophone quartet and an 80’s style boombox, juxtaposing the quartet with a recorded accompaniment derived from one of the last interviews with the late jazz trumpeter Chet Baker.