Happy hour is back at a new time! Join us in The Pit for Thursday Night Football and free game play.
"A Body in the O," a performance and talk by internationally-acclaimed queer performer Tim Miller, based on his new book.
Climb along with Tim Miller inside the giant O of the Hollywood sign, or as Shakespeare called it "the wooden O" of the theatre, as Miller performs excerpts from his new book A Body in the O and speaks about how performance can change our lives and challenge the world to imagine a better future!
Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) is a course that consists of 12 hours of instruction covering risk reduction and avoidance, basic hands-on defense training and a dynamic simulation exercise. You may register in person with the Cal State LA Department of Public Safety or the community substation in student housing or you can register online.
For participants requiring special accommodations or to ask questions about the program, please contact the Crime Prevention Office at (323) 343-6290.
Now that the internship fair is over, let’s reflect on your experience and explore the horizon. You’ve met some recruiters, got business cards, learned about applications and may have been invited to some interviews—so how did it all go? In this session we’ll provide strategies for what to do after the fair. How should you follow-up with employers? Should you send a thank you note or follow them on social media? You’ve been invited to an interview, where is it and when? We’ll talk about all these things and more to keep you exploring new horizons. Join us as we discuss going beyond! For mo
Coastal Cleanup Day is an international day of action dedicated to protecting our watersheds, oceans and wildlife from trash and debris. By partnering with Heal the Bay, members of the Cal State LA community will be able to partake in this major event and impact not only Los Angles, but the world! All are welcome! For more information, visit the ASI event webpage and register online.
BD Wong, an award-winning actor, makes his Luckman stage debut with a lecture focusing on self-image, Asian American parental pressure, the “model-minority myth” and the challenges of multiple identities. The evening will conclude with an onstage Q&A where audience members will have the opportunity to engage with Mr. Wong.
Tickets are available via the Luckman Box Office.
For more information, visit the Luckman Fine Arts Complex events webpage.