In 2011, the director of the International Monetary Fund was accused of sexual assault by a hotel maid, Nafissatou Diallo, but all charges were dismissed. We, the invisibles, by Susan Soon He Stanton, introduces hotel workers like Diallo who have come to New York from all over the globe. This play is an investigation of the complicated relationship between the movers and shakers and the people who change their sheets.
The iconic Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández make their anticipated return to the U.S. and the Luckman Theatre with an acclaimed repertory that brings together the music, dance and costume of Mexican folklore from pre-Colombian civilizations through the modern era. This is the second night of three back-to-back shows running October 19-21.
The iconic Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández make their anticipated return to the U.S. and the Luckman Theatre with an acclaimed repertory that brings together the music, dance and costume of Mexican folklore from pre-Colombian civilizations through the modern era. This is the final night of three back-to-back shows running October 19-21.
Every year representatives from Cal State LA and other graduate and professional schools participate in this event. Representatives provide students with admission, curricular, and financial aid information. This is a great opportunity for students who are interested in advancing their education and who wish to talk to campus recruiters from colleges and universities from across the country. The programs represented will include biological and physical sciences, engineering, humanities, arts, social science, law, business, psychology and counseling, education, health professions, and more.
Interested in being more involved on campus? Looking to make a difference? Running for office might be the perfect opportunity. As a part of student government, you’ll have the opportunity to network, gain leadership experience and be the voice for students campus-wide. Attend one of these informational workshops to find out what it means to advocate for students and be a part of change on campus. More information is available on the ASI website.
Join us for the second of two interactive rountables on the midterm elections as journalists, scholars and activists discuss the implications of the 2018 elections for California and local policies. For more information, or to request accommodations for a disability, please contact Maria Karafilis, director for the American Communities Program, at email@example.com, or visit the ACP website. Nominal parking fee for off-campus guests.