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Feb 22, 2016

Dr. Sandra Pujals (History, University of Puerto Rico), whose distinguished scholarship explores the world of transnational communism in Latin America, shows the ways in which Soviet communist ideology was transformed through international travel circuits, the agency of local actors, and unorthodox frames of reception. Dr. Pujals will present materials from her forthcoming book entitled, Su Casa Es Mi Casa: The Caribbean Bureau of the Comintern and the Forging of a Soviet Caribbean.


Feb 23, 2016

Attention all ECST, B&E, and A&L students! Are you thinking about applying to an internship, but don’t know where to start? Look no further than our own campus! Join us as we showcase how these team projects can lead to your next internship. Featuring: the CSULA Formula SAE racing team, EcoCar, Mini Baja, Concrete Canoe, and much more!

Feb 23, 2016

Plot your student leadership journey though the U-Lead program as you explore personal, group, and community leadership competencies. Conflict is a natural part of life and is often required for change to happen.  Come find out how to resolve conflict productively and collaboratively.  

Feb 23, 2016

Join the Pan African Student Resource Center in an open discussion exploring relationships in the U.S. between U.S.-born African Americans and Africans born and raised on the continent of Africa.


Feb 24, 2016

In this video lecture, Angela Davis and Tim Wise, two of the leading racial and social justice scholar-activists in the U.S., discuss the U.S.’s uncritical embrace of individualism, myth of meritocracy, unchallenged white supremacy, and entrenched institutional inequity in our society. Film followed by group discussion. Directed by Speak Out Now, 2012, 78 minutes.


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