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Aug 24, 2016

Learn about campus resources, connect with your fellow Golden Eagles, and build community. At the Golden Eagle Fest, enjoy free food from L.A.'s hottest food trucks, music, and prizes.

Students with valid student ID can obtain one free ticket for a meal while supplies last. Advance tickets will be available on Aug. 23 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the U‐SU Theatre Ticket Window (1st Floor U‐SU). Advance tickets must be redeemed no later than 1:45 p.m. Tickets will also be available the day of the event.

Aug 24, 2016

Join us for a very special Vietnamese coffee session! Be ready to make and sip your own cup of coffee, and mingle with students and staff at the Asian Pacific Islander Student Resource Center. While supplies last!

Aug 25, 2016 to Sep 12, 2016

Get on the bus and get culturally connected to Olvera Street on Friday, Sept. 16. Known as the “birthplace of Los Angeles,” Olvera Street is a narrow, brick-lined road with old structures, painted stalls, street vendors, art, and more. Barbara Carrasco, who was part of the important art exhibit Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, will lead a tour of the area’s art spaces. The Chicanx Latinx Student Resource Center will host snacks, lunch, and transportation. Space is limited. Hold your spot for $10 (cash only, non-refundable) at U-SU Room 306. Tickets go on sale Aug.

Aug 25, 2016

Take a tour of the University-Student Union, visit the offices in the building, grab some food, learn about programs and services, and pick up some free swag. The Alumni Association, Annual Giving, Associated Students Inc., Center for Student Involvement, Cross Cultural Centers, The Pit, Extreme Fitness, U-SU Graffix, and the U-SU Administrative Office will all be participating.

Aug 25, 2016

Are you a student looking for culture and life outside of class? Stop by the 2nd floor of the University-Student Union to learn all about the Cross Cultural Centers and the many other resources in the U-SU. There’ll be music, new friends, connections for social justice activism, and refreshments.

Aug 25, 2016

In the midst of the racial violence sparked by the war on drugs, leading a normal life was unfeasible for many citizens of Oakland. In a moment of inspiration, activist and teacher Fannie Haughton and her children moved to the island nation of Grenada to participate in an Afro-centric revolution with the goal of realizing a utopic, socialist society. Directed by Damani Baker. 2016. 78 minutes.

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