An interactive presentation that empowers students with the skills to safely intervene when a friend, family member or peer is in a situation where their health could be at risk. Bystander intervention can help prevent sexual assault, hazing, suicide, relationship violence and the consequences of alcohol intoxication. Knowing how to step up and diffuse a difficult situation while staying safe is a necessary tool everyone should have!
Join us as we explore the making of the original play, The Houseguest from XinJiang, written by ChorSwang Ngin, professor of anthropology at Cal State LA, and C.Y. Lee, featuring storylines of encounters between East Asian Muslim exchange students and a community in Southern California.
Join the ASI NSS College representatives for a special College of Natural & Social Sciences alumni panel. Ask questions and gain new perspectives while networking with student leaders and notable alumni.
Cal State LA’s Office for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion/Title IX seeks to provide the campus community with an in-depth look into the minds of those affected by sexual assault to spread awareness and understanding of the impact that trauma has on memory. The symposium will include a resource fair and panels. This event is open to the campus community. Register online on the event webpage.
Join us for free popcorn, games and great music in the Pit! Hang out with old friends or make some new ones.
Come celebrate the lesbians who have paved a way for the Queer community with the Cross Cultural Centers. We will examine lesbian representation in media, honor activists and celebrities from the past to the present.