Black women -- it’s time to start taking charge of your health! According to the National Cancer Institute, black women have higher death rates related to breast cancer than any other demographic. Join the Pan African Student Resource Center as we learn about resources to take better care of our bodies.
Join us as scholars, musicians, and community activists discuss the connections between current pop culture, social justice, and our identities. This week, we’re talking about the music and artistry of Prince.
Come to the U-SU Theatre to hear and see the stories of your fellow Cal State LA students, faculty, and staff. Hear from the Dear World Team as they share some of their favorite stories from around the world.
The personal statement for graduate school is an important, but often procrastinated, step in the application process. Frederick Smith, director of the Cross Cultural Centers, offers advice for crafting the best statement to submit for your graduate school applications.
We welcome Sonia Nazario, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and activist, whose work incisively explores some the most urgent problems in the U.S., including hunger, drug addiction, and immigration. Join us as she discusses contemporary immigration issues and her best-known piece, Enrique’s Journey, a powerful story of a Honduran boy’s struggle to find his mother in the U.S.