Everyone knows they should engage in self-care, but how do you keep it going when you are a student? Learn how to transform daily habits into simple self-care rituals to maintain your inner well-being.
Grief and loss encompass the death of a loved one, the loss of a beloved pet, the end of a significant relationship, and more. Grief and loss expert, Paris Silva, Psy.D., ABD, LCSW, will gently and compassionately guide you through the stages of grief, and help you make deeper meaning of your loss.
F-1 International students are invited to learn about Optional Practical Training (OPT) that will allow them to work in the U.S. after graduation.
Following the screening of the short film Watched, a panel of Muslim American women student scholars will discuss activism, the impacts of state surveillance on our communities, and ponder the question of voice and agency in the narratives of and art about Muslim American women.
Improve your self-esteem and self-image by identifying and deconstructing your old patterns of self-criticism and doubt.
Everyone remembers Cesar Chavez. But what about Larry Itliong, Philip Vera Cruz, and the Delano Manongs? Uncover where the true origins of the momentous labor movement began – with the Filipino agricultural workers. The Asian Pacific Islander Student Resource Center, Kalahi, and KmB/Pro People Youth LA celebrate labor organizer Larry Itliong with spoken word, music, and food from the Filipino community.