It’s an outdoor movie just in time for Halloween! Come watch the classic slasher flick “Scream.” Bring your blankets or your small chairs, purchase some food from the food truck, grab a seat and enjoy! Brought to you by the Center for Student Involvement and ASI.
Come show your spirit at this pride event that helps kick off the fall Golden Eagles Basketball season. A.S.I. will be offering free pizza, music, CSULA prizes, and giveaways. Inside the gym, Athletics will be hosting drawings, a variety of live performances, and plenty of basketball activities including a dunk contest. Come show your spirit at this pride event that helps kick off the Golden Eagle Basketball season. Pick up the CSULA sports schedule and learn more about the Screaming Eagles spirit program and other A.S.I. and Athletics initiatives.
“Vienen Los Muertos, Estan Listos?” Dia De Los Muertos is one of Mexico's traditional holidays reuniting and honoring beloved ancestors, family and friends. Come celebrate! Participate in designing your own mask with vibrant colors, enjoy a dazzling performance, face painting, and live music.
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Why would someone want to encode poetry into the eyes of a fly, fish for paramecium, or send transgenic organisms into outer space? The projects of artist Joe Davis can seem fantastical, impossible, even ill-advised. But this documentary’s deeper look into his work reveals a hidden logic that is surprising and contagious - more philosophy than art. Discussion with director Peter Sasowsky follows. 2010, 90 minutes.
Since the 1970s, when Michel Foucault first engaged with the idea of biopolitics, generations of scholars have responded to his interest in how the biological lives of whole populations are governed by modern forms of political, corporeal, and statistical regulation. Join ACP and an array of distinguished scholars from around the nation as we frame our 2014-2015 theme, “The Biological Century,” with a day-long symposium evaluating the current state of biopolitical inquiry and experimenting with future theoretical directions.