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May 11, 2015

Learn the art and dance of burlesque! Please attend the burlesque workshop in comfortable workout attire that’ll allow you to show off your moves. Heels optional. Confidence required. Sign-ups available at the Cross Cultural Centers, 2nd floor, Student Union, starting Monday, April 27.

May 11, 2015

Long Beach Pride kicks off this coming weekend, May 16 and 17. L.A./West Hollywood Pride takes place June 12 – 14. With the celebrations of Queer and straight-ally identities come some stories – some fun and fabulous; some just ugh and whatever. Join us as students, staff, and faculty share stories about their Pride Season experiences and what TLGB Pride means to them.

May 12, 2015

Student scholars present their original research and explore genders, sexualities, feminism, and queer identities in this annual conference presented by the Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities and Cross Cultural Centers. Conference presentations followed by keynote address by Dr. Mel Chen, faculty, Gender and Women’s Studies at UC Berkeley, and their talk, “Biological Intimacies and the Co-materialization of Race and Disability.” For information, contact CSGS at (323) 343-6549 or CCC at (323) 343-5001.

9 am – 4 pm and 6 – 8 pm

May 12, 2015

Take a journey in my shoes. Step into someone’s shoes and it just may change your life. Join us for an interactive experience at Cal State L.A. highlighting the issues that our students and community endure.

May 12, 2015

You have built your LinkedIn profile – so what’s next?  Learn how to find alumni, reach professionals and participate in group discussions, all important aspects of this robust networking tool.

Tuesday, May 12th

3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Location:  Career Center

Presented by Lynne Osborne

May 12, 2015

ACP and CSGS are proud to present Dr. Mel Chen, faculty, Gender and Women’s Studies at UC Berkeley. Their talk will explore lateral relatedness in the racialized management of substances, spanning three legal, political, and clinical moments in the 19th century colonial era that involve the threat or articulation of disability.


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