This show’s giving a whole new meaning to the term “girl power.” Madeleine Peyroux's warm and sultry voice is a perfect blend of melancholy and carefree. With hits such as Careless Love and Don't Wait Too Long, Peyroux has earned her spot among jazz & blues divas. Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones has ben called "an original," "a cult heroine" and "one of the best if not the best artist of her generation."
Together on stage under one bill, these two vocal powerhouses create an evening of stellar musical magic.
Democracy in Action is a faculty-led series of presentations and discussions designed to help the campus community better understand how recent and forthcoming presidential executive orders will impact our students and other members of our campus. As a community of learners, educators and scholars, we join colleagues across the CSU and the country as we re-examine the meaning of American democracy in this new political era.
The March 21 event will focus on First Amendment Freedoms: What's at Stake?
How are you disempowering yourself? Are you manifesting your true potential academically and personally? What do you want to become, do, or have in life?The key is “setting your intention.” Join us for this powerful four-week self and relationship empowerment series, which will assist you in tapping into your personal power. All participants will receive a Guide to Self-Exploration Manual and Certificate of Completion and will be entered into $100 prize drawing for a free parking pass or gift certificate.
Students of all majors are invited to attend this information session on how to request supportive letters of recommendation. Topics covered include: developing faculty relationships, targeting appropriate recommenders, and letter of recommendation preparation. Please register to attend by March 20.
This discussion focuses on the complicated relationship we have with Black women musicians and rappers, from the real or imagined reputations of our favorites, to the critiques placed on their public and private lives by media and music lovers, to the race-gendered stereotypes and microaggressions they face.