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Apr 9, 2015

All Mandoline Grill’s great tasting products are made fresh with the highest quality ingredients and Mandoline Grill’s signature flavor. Our menu includes Báhn Mì, Bun, Nachos, Tacos, as well as creative and premium seasonal specials. Get your taste of pure awesome.

http://www.mandolinegrill.com/

Apr 9, 2015

Plot your student leadership journey through the U-Lead program as you explore personal, group, and community leadership competencies. Whether you are the captain of your tennis team or a board member of an organization, you need to motivate your team to succeed. Join us to learn how to give both individual attention and recognition as a group for a more successful team.

Apr 9, 2015

3:15 p.m., Engineering & Technology A126: "Memory and Forgetting: A Poetry Reading by Susan M. Schultz"

6:15 p.m., U-SU Pasadena Room: "Music and Memory in the Alzheimer's Home" (presentation with media)

Co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Letters, Center for Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, Department of English, Statement Magazine and Statement Unbound Literary Society.

http://www.calstatela.edu/academic/english/national-poetry-month-events-csula

 

Apr 9, 2015

How to put together an effective résumé and a powerful cover letter.

Thursday, April 9th

3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Location:  Career Center

Presented by Judy Narcisse

Apr 9, 2015

Speaker: Eva Núñez, Diachronic Approaches to Hispanic Linguistics, Portland State University

Topics include: diachronic evolution of seseo, applications of voseo in Latin-American Spanish, origins of usted, origins of zeta, and influence of other languages in modern Spanish.

Light refreshments will be served.

Apr 10, 2015 to Apr 11, 2015

Cal State L.A.’s Art History Society presents the 2015 Mesoamerican Symposium, entitled “In the Realm of the Vision Serpent: Decipherments and Discoveries in Mesoamerica,” which will feature highly regarded keynote speakers and prominent experts. The symposium is dedicated to the life and work of renowned scholar of Maya art and writing Linda Schele. She was at the forefront of the decoding of Maya hieroglyphics and made lasting contributions to the evolution of that field.

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