Stop by to pick up your materials for the upcoming University Commencement season. Information will also be available for the Asian Pacific Islander, Black/Pan-African, LGBT/Queer Pride and Chicanx/Latinx/Raza Grad Celebrations. Contact Alumni Relations at (323) 343-2586 for Grad Fair information.
A discussion led by faculty member Julie Cohen on Chapter 1-9 in Harriet Jacobs' Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl and women, gender and slavery.
The event is part of the Women's History Month In-Class Lecture Series, hosted by faculty and the Cross Cultural Centers, which highlights the stories, challenges and triumphs of women in the U.S. and around the world.
Join the Asian Pacific Islander Student Resource Center as we explore the ways Asian cultures celebrate our traditions with delicious meaningful foods. Norouz marks the start of spring and the Persian solar calendar. Experience homemade dishes and arts and crafts that make Norouz the most cherished Persian holiday.
Singing for and with each other has been crucial to our cultural survival and holistic wellness – and it's hella fun! Come release some stress, sing a song, and cheer on your community in this monthly gathering. Snacks provided and back-up dancers encouraged.
Hamlet. William Shakespeare’s most famous play has been regarded for centuries as the most complex psychological portrait of a tragic hero ever written for the theatre. Cal State LA professor Theresa Larkin directs undergraduate and graduate actors in an immersive outdoor production of the play. Reserve free tickets on the Department of Theatre and Dance website.