Become a charm bracelet making pro during this fun and interactive jewelry making workshop. Learn the basics while making a Cal State L.A themed charm bracelet. Go Golden Eagles! All materials will be provided. Sign-ups begin on February 18 at the Center for Student Involvement, U-SU Room 204. Space is limited!
Plot your student leadership journey through the U-Lead program as you explore personal, group, and community leadership competencies. Learn how to set up a personalized budget. Bring along your monthly purchases, expenses, and savings goals to work through your individual spending plan.
An esteemed professor and a Maya cave archaeologist who actively involves students in his fieldwork, James Brady is the recipient of this year’s Cal State L.A. President’s Distinguished Professor Award. Professor James Brady is recognized internationally for his innovative field research and credited by preeminent scholars for creating a new sub-discipline of Maya cave archaeology.
Reception to follow immediately after the lecture.
Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle examines the life and mysterious death of pioneering journalist Ruben Salazar. At the heart of the story is Salazar’s transformation from a mainstream, establishment reporter to primary chronicler and supporter of the radical Chican@ Movement of the late 1960s. Following the film screening and Q&A with Ruben Salazar’s family and the filmmaker, there will be a reception with light refreshments in the Los Angeles Room, 3rd floor, Student Union, starting at 4:30 p.m. Directed by Phillip Rodriguez, 2014, 53 minutes.
Happy hump day from the Center for Student Involvement! Enjoy waffles and warm drinks. Choose from a selection of coffee, hot chocolate, or tea. Sit and relax or take it to go! Free while supplies last!
“Your parents are such fobs!” “So, you’re a boba then?” Fresh Off The Boat (FOB) and Brought Over By Airplane (BOBA) are common terms used to describe Asians who just immigrated to the United States. Join the Asian Pacific Islander Student Resource Center as we explore these terms and what they mean for today’s millennial generation of Asian Americans.