Come join the Center for Student Involvement to watch Star Wars: The Force Awakens in the plaza! Dress in your best jedi-wear to win prizes during our costume contest. Don’t forget your light sabers to light your way! The first students to arrive will get free food from a food truck and will be able to participate in DIY Star Wars crafts while supplies lasts.
Dr. Joy DeGruy explores the historical and current impact that enslavement as a historical trauma has had on Black people and on the United States in general. Dr. DeGruy’s academic research, focusing on Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome, suggests that centuries of enslavement, followed by systemic racism and oppression, have resulted in multigenerational adaptive behaviors, some positive and resilient, and others detrimental and destructive.
Learn skills to think clearly. Enhance relationships. Increase concentration. Improve mood.
Session led by Cameron Holiday, LCSW.
Questions? Call 323-343-3314, or walk into CAPS located on the 2nd floor of the Student Health Center and speak with Wendy Gee or Mia Gonzales.
US, a documentary short, focuses on undocumented Asian Pacific Islander youth experiences in the United States. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with community activists concerned with API immigration stories and experiences. Directed by Seth Ronquillo, 2015, 15 minutes.
Join the Opera Department in celebrating this groundbreaking work with our visually stunning, active production that aims to highlight the issues that were so important to Ginsberg and Glass...issues that just so happen to be relevant today! We feel the same as these artistic giants: if not now, when? If not us, who?
Performances on May 5-7 at 7:30 p.m. with a matinee on May 8 at 2:30 p.m.
Tickets: $15 general admission / $10 students and seniors
Purchase tickets by going to www.calstatela.edu/mtd and clicking on the blue ticket button.
The conference will feature nine renowned keynote and featured speakers, such as Richard Flores (University of Texas at Austin), John Holmes McDowell (Indiana University), and Oscar J. Martínez (University of Arizona). Other prominent speakers include film director Robert M. Young and award-winning actor and director Edward James Olmos. This conference on Américo Paredes will also include scenes from plays by Chicano dramatist Carlos Morton to be performed under the direction of Guillermo Avilés-Rodríguez, and panel sessions on various topics related to the conference's theme.