The most dangerous place for a woman in the U.S. is in her own home. Private Violence explores the issue of domestic violence through the eyes of two survivors who kept their experiences hidden and private from friends, family, and neighbors. Directed by Cynthia Hill. 2014. 77 minutes.
Get on the bus for a hot and spicy afternoon in the city of Irwindale, home of the Sriracha factory. If you call yourself a fan of the infamous rooster sauce, here’s your chance to see it made at Huy Fong Foods. Hold your spot for $10 (cash only, non-refundable) at U-SU Room 306, which includes transportation, snacks, and lunch. Tickets go on sale Sept. 29 through Oct. 10. Space is limited. Participants must use transportation provided by the University-Student Union.
Does your organization have effective ways of recruiting new members? Attend the Organization Development Meeting to receive tips and ideas about recruiting this semester. One representative from each organization must attend at least one meeting to maintain University recognition. Check-in starts 30 minutes prior to the advertised meeting time.
Bring your résumé (hard copy) for a résumé review.
Learn how to shape wire into fabulous rings at our second jewelry making workshop. Meet new friends and learn a new skill. All materials and snacks are provided. Sign-ups will begin Oct. 3 at Center for Student Involvement located in U-SU room 204. Space is limited.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join us on a journey of healing and empowerment as participants share their stories of survival on T-shirts to be displayed throughout the University-Student Union Plaza. These powerful stories will continue to be used to tell the stories of those who have overcome domestic violence.