The Graduates explores pressing issues in education today through the eyes of six young Latina/o students from across the United States. This documentary is not only a story about how Latino students are faring in our nation’s public education system, it is also a story about the graduates who will make up America’s future. Directed by Bernando Ruiz, 2013, 120 minutes.
Spring into the joys of expression as the College of Arts and Letters showcases the many talents housed within its departments. This event features musical performances, a fashion show, films, and art exhibits celebrating a variety of student projects and accomplishments.
Are you interested in gardening but never knew where to start? Maybe you’ve always wanted to plant and grow your own food but never had the space? Join A.S.I. and the Student Dietetics Association for the introduction of our new Aquaponics urban farming system. Attend and enjoy this interactive workshop with real hands-on experience in the art of gardening.
Are you a Cal State L.A. student with a seriously awesome busines idea?
Do you need some support to make it happen?
It’s an outdoor movie, U-SU style! We’re showing “Back to the Future.” Bring your blankets or your small chairs to enjoy the free movie! Bring your own snacks, or buy some from the on-site food trucks! And check out the exclusive trailers for upcoming campus and club/org events.
Students, are you interested in meeting employers who are offering internships and part-time and full-time positions? Attend the fair – bring resumes – dress professionally – prepare your “elevator speech.”