Come hang out with the crew from the Pan African Student Resource Center for a competitive game of Family Feud, with a chance to win some cool and exciting prizes.
Trinh Mai, a second-generation Vietnamese American, shares how her life, identities, and experiences thread their way into her artwork. Following the film, she discusses how we can connect more deeply to our personal histories. Directed by Trinh Mai. 2015. 25 minutes.
Before the twists, sha-blams, and drops made it to mainstream drag, ball culture existed beneath the streets of New York. Come hang out with the folks from the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center as we showcase Paris is Burning. Directed by Jennie Livingston. 1990. 71 minutes.
Experience the serene waters of San Pedro on Sept. 24 during this two-hour paddle boarding session. Transportation and equipment rentals are included. Tickets go on sale today at the U-SU Administration Office Room 306. All students must use the equipment provided by the company and transportation provided by the U-SU. *Cash Only
Cal State LA Students: $20. Guests: $25. (cash only)
Does your organization have effective ways of recruiting new members? Come to the Organization Development Meeting to receive tips and ideas for 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 meeting time.