Based on indigenous and ancestral ways of relating with each other, these circles allow groups and individuals to open up to each other and to the sacred within us all. The circle encourages dialogue, respect, sharing, and learning among members of a group and values the interconnected culture, teachings and knowledge of all, especially that of indigenous ways.
One Campus, One Book (OCOB) is a University initiative designed to encourage a common reading experience and sense of community at Cal State LA. The 2016-17 selection is Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion by Father Greg Boyle. Arranged by theme and filled with sparkling humor and glowing generosity, these essays offer a stirring look at how full our lives could be if we could find the joy in loving others and in being loved unconditionally.
The first night of Panhellenic Formal Recruitment focuses on sisterhood. Meet Alpha Sigma Tau, Delta Zeta, and see a presentation from Delta Phi Epsilon.
Join us for a roundtable discussion featuring Cal State LA faculty talking about the joys, choices, and challenges that come with pursuing parenting while also pursuing career and academic goals in university life.
Are you undeclared and have no idea what to major in at Cal State LA? Join the Pan African Student Resource Center for a panel discussion about the importance of black students considering majors and classes in Pan-African Studies and STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) majors.