Uncover the true origins of the momentous labor movement with Filipino agricultural workers. Join the Cross Cultural Centers, Kalahi, and KmB/Pro People Youth LA to celebrate Larry Itliong, Philip Vera Cruz, and the Delano Manongs with words by Johnny Itliong and Steady; music and performances by Gingee, Astralogik, and Relevance Dance Community; and Filipino food.
Join us for this high-energy class that will have you burning calories while having fun! Sign-ups will be available at 5:30 p.m. at the U-SU Plaza. Minor must pick up a consent form in advance at CSI, located on the second floor of the U-SU room 204.
The American Chemical Society's National Chemistry Week is an annual event during the week of October 23 (10^23 -Avogadro’s number). This year, the theme is “Chemistry is Out of this World.” Programs are presented by the Chemistry and Biochemistry Club.
On day five, we will be hosting a science fair with hands-on activities at different booths for children of all ages.
The Clothesline Project attempts to bring awareness to the issue of violence against women, men and children. In partnershup with Cal State LA Housing and Residence Life, participants will have the opportunity to break the silence.
Join us for free popcorn, game play raffle prizes, great music, or just come hang out with friends. For more information or to request accommodations for a disability, please contact the U-SU Admin Office at (323) 343-2450.
An eight-session, trauma-informed program that emphasizes process, not performance. It pairs collective drumming with therapy to build core social-emotional strengths. It includes guided interaction with rhythmic activities serving as a metaphor for life, followed by reflection and dialogue. Spots are limited. Please sign up at CSI, U-SU 204.