The panel discussion, co-hosted by the Chican@ Latin@ University Association, will feature special guests Dr. Félix Gutiérrez and Dr. Mario T. García, who will review the words and works of Rubén Salazar.
Award-winning and bestselling author Lisa See joins us to discuss her career as an author and the themes of her novel, Shanghai Girls--the Cal State L.A. One Campus, One Book selection for 2014-2015. Presented by the First Year Reading Experience, University Library, Honors College, and Cross Cultural Centers.
Hands up! Don’t shoot! Black lives matter! From Florida to Ferguson and throughout the world, Black lives do matter. Join the Pan-African Studies Department and the Pan African Student Resource Center as we discuss such topics as police brutality, the devaluation of Black life, and policy changes that need to happen in order to bring about change. #BlackLivesMatter #BlackTalk
It’s OK. Don’t be embarrassed. Many of us at Cal State L.A. didn’t have someone to teach us how to tie a tie. Today, we’ll practice the basics and the fancy ways of prepping your straight ties and bow ties, essential for job interviews, work attire, and events that require you to wear them. And you may just walk away with a tie or two of your own! #STARSatCalStateLA #TheCCC
The Bro Code challenges young men to question dangerously sexist ideals of masculinity by examining elements of male culture and contemporary media that condition boys and men to dehumanize and disrespect women. Directed by Thomas Keith, 2011, 60 minutes.
Come network with fellow alumni and students, and learn "Networking Techniques to Further Your Career."
Please register by Feb. 2 at http://alumni.calstatela.edu/events/networks-mixer.htm