ODC Dance was formed by Brenda Way in 1971 as a collective of artists at Oberlin College in Ohio where their name (Oberlin Dance Collective) orginated. Adventure, a certain irreverence, and the joy of moving were key ingredients to the core philosphy of their founding members.
In 1976, the sixteen dancers, painters, writers, photographers, and musicians of the collective bid farewell to Ohio, piled into a big yellow bus and came west to San Francisco to find a context for their artistic vision and social ideals.
Golden Eagles women's and men's track and field competing at the University of Washington Open.
The Immigrant Justice Clinic of Loyola Law School presents a free clinic for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals renewals only. By appointment only.
Contact LBorjon@calstatela.edu for an appointment and more information.
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Ashanti says, "What's luv gotta do with it? It's about us, it's about trust baby." Is it, though? What is love? In this meeting of the Conversations at the Dinner Table series, the Cross Cultural Centers host a free lunch and a talk about all things love, relationships, sex, and taboo.
Love is in the air! Craft your heart out at our Valentine's-themed crafting party. All crafting materials will be provided, though supplies will be limited.