Heart disease is a serious threat to young women. When you know your risk, you can do something about it. Come and learn about your risk and what you can do to be heart-healthy. Act now! Get screened.
Panel discussion: Oct. 5, 1:30 p.m., Golden Eagle Ballroom - Featuring actress and philanthropist Barbra Streisand, Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy, National Council of La Raza President Janet Murguia, Cal State LA President William A. Covino, and Dr. Rita Redberg, professor of medicine and director of Women’s Cardiovascular Services at UC San Francisco.
Come and check out the students, staff/faculty, and clubs of the Chicana/o Latina/o Student Resource Center! Meet the student program coordinator, learn more about what the CLSRC and related organizations have to offer, and how to get involved in future events.
Verónica Reyes, author of Chopper! Chopper! Poetry From Bordered Lives, reflects the lives of Mexican Americans, immigrants, and la jotería--malfloras, jotos, and other rainbow communities--across many generations.
For more information on this program, refer to the September 24th event.
The “first-year 15” comes from the stereotype that first-year students will gain between 15-20 pounds in their first year of college. Break that tradition! Come to this workshop for tools to maintain a healthy lifestyle! Learn about healthy eating on campus and creative ways to incorporate exercise into your daily routine.
The University Writing Center hosts 2-hour and 4-hour WPE workshops. Each workshop gives an overview of the WPE and what is expected of students taking the exam. In addition, students will participate in brainstorming a response to a sample WPE topic. In the 4-hour workshop, students write a sample essay, and tutors are there to provide students with feedback on their essays.