Kahlil Almustafa is a poet and spoken word artist whose work focuses on social justice and his multiple identities: man of color, working class, husband, brother, organizer, educator, and a child of hip hop. Join the Men of Color Success Network as Almustafa leads writing exercises related to men of color identities and experiences.
The following candidates will debate: College Representatives
This session is geared toward those studying abroad in Europe through any program.
What do you know about the history of your own university? Discover the controversies, visions, and transformations that have shaped today's Cal State LA. Join us for an interactive workshop led by students form the history department, in cooperation with the University Library's Archive and Special Collections.
The Fulbright US Student Program offers research, study and teaching opportunities in over 140 countries to recent graduates and graduate students.
Cal State LA students of all majors are invited to learn more about these competitive awards, including an overview of the English Teaching Assistant grants and Study/Research grants, eligibility requirements, and application timeline.
Dr. Ivan Ramos, professor of ethnic studies at UC Riverside, examines Chicana performance and visual artist Xandra Ibarra (aka La Chica Boom) and how she reimagines race in relationship to the sensorial, to touch and taste.