Hey Eagles! Interested in volunteering with the Screaming Eagles Spirit Program andjoining in on all the fun behind the A.S.I. event planning scene? If so, fill out a Screaming Eagle Volunteer application, learn more about upcoming initiatives, and join us for our first networking mixer of the year!
Every college students needs a little crew love! From amazing faculty and staff to graduating seniors, down to active clubs and organizations that will awaken your cultural awareness, our Pan African Student Resource Center crew will share their educational and loving support. Meet your crew that will be with you from day one at Cal State L.A. to the day you graduate!
Want to meet other ECST students? Want to get to know your faculty and staff in ECST? Do you love Porto’s? A.S.I. in partnership with the College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology invite you to join us at our Welcome Back BBQ! Come out and mingle with our college staff, faculty, and students while enjoying refreshments from Porto’s Bakery.
Looking for a place on campus where you can feel safe to talk, learn about, or explore issues of gender, feminism, or LGBTQ life? Need a place to do so while still keeping a "home" feel? Look no further! The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center has all these qualities and more! Stop by and learn about the organizations, events, and resources that create the GSRC. While you put yourself in the mix, enjoy some mixed smoothies!
Week One continues with clubs and orgs, games, and prizes! IKEA will be on campus demonstrating their latest furniture designed just for college students. Be sure to check it out!
In 1991, an entire country watched transfixed as a poised, highly successful African American woman in a blue dress, Anita Hill, sat before a Senate committee of 14 white men, and with a clear, unwavering voice recounted the repeated acts of sexual harassment she had endured while working with U.S. Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas. Learn how the hearing kicked off a nationwide acknowledgement of sexual harassment that women had long faced at work, school, and other institutions. Directed by Freida Lee Mock, 2014, 95 minutes.