Students and scholars from Cal State L.A.’s Department of Pan-African Studies, Pan Afrikan Student Collective, and Pan African Student Resource Center present their research on topics about and of interest to the Pan African community on campus and abroad.
Want to change up your look or learn new makeup techniques? Learn how to use the right makeup for your skin tone and find out different ways to use one product or even make your own! Sign up on May 12 at CSI located on the second floor of the U-SU room 204. Space is limited!
All students and campus community members are cordially invited to the reception. We will be recognizing thirty five recipients who have demonstrated outstanding campus and community involvement, and scholastic achievement. For more information about the event or how to apply for the scholarship, contact the A.S.I. Vice President for Finance at email@example.com or visit www.asicsula.org/scholarship.
In both academics and co-curricular experiences, there are opportunities to explore and expand the conversation and discourse about women’s and gender issues at Cal State L.A. Join us to learn more about Women’s and Gender Studies at CSULA, and to recognize the achievements of those graduating with a Minor or Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies. Keynote address delivered by celebrated feminist, activist, playwright, screenwriter, and best-selling, Oprah-pick novelist (Till You Hear from Me, 2010), Pearl Cleage.
Join us at The Grove to watch X-Men! You’ll even have time before the movie to enjoy the other mall attractions before the show. Participants MUST use transportation provided by the U-SU to and from the event, no exceptions!
$8 for students with CSULA ID; $10 for guests without ID, limit one (1) guest per student ID. Purchase tickets in U-SU 306, 3rd floor, University-Student Union.
A bullied and demoralized gay student at an all-boys school uses a magical flower derived from Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” to turn many in his community gay, including a comely rugby player for himself. Directed by Tom Gustafson, 2008, 95 minutes.