Stop by and learn how to use apps for college success. This workshop will show you how to be productive and organized using apps such as Outlook and Google. Be sure to bring your laptop, tablet, smart phone, and other digital devices.
Join the Chicanx Latinx Student Resource Center as we welcome Walter Thompson-Hernandez, a researcher with the Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration at University of Southern California, as he explains the importance of the Blaxicans of LA exhibit he curates.
Does your organization have effective ways of recruiting new members? Come to the Organization Development Meeting to receive tips and ideas for recruiting this quarter. One representative from each organization must attend at least one meeting to maintain University recognition. Check-in starts 30 minutes prior to the meeting.
Welcome to cafe nights. Relax, study, and just enjoy acoustic music by talented local artists at the library cafe. Free study supplies and beverages will be provided while supplies last.
Through first-person narratives, Nana Dijo explores and affirms the black-Latinx experience in Mexico, Honduras, Uruguay, Argentina, and the United States. Moving beyond exoticizing images of the Afro-Latinx community, the film delves into colonized psyches, pushes boundaries, and challenges conservative discourses about the community. Directed by Bocafloja & Cambiowashere. 2015. 40 minutes.