This workshop focuses on strategies to care for our non-physical being. We will explore aspects of non-religious spiritual practice, including interacting with nature, developing rituals and clarifying intentions that can help us sustain overall health, balance and well-being.
In the 1970s, 1,500 organized workers of Puerto el Triunfo in El Salvador—mostly women—were among the more privileged laborers in the country. Then, state repression eliminated union leaders or drove them into exile. By 1990, the industry collapsed. This film provides a window into neoliberalism and gendered labor practices.
Join us for spring semester markets showcasing various food, drinks and craft booths from independent vendors and farmers from the Alhambra Farmers Market. Don’t forget your reusable bags! You’ll need them to carry around those organic and locally grown fruits, breads, honey and more.
Please join us as renowned scholars Kate Brown, of the University of Maryland, and Robert Marks, of Whittier College, argue that the nation-state offers a limited intellectual and analytical framework to understand the global nature of the environment and environmental crises.
Brown, author of Nuclear Families, Atomic Cities, and the Great Soviet and American Plutonium Disasters (Oxford University Press), will speak about the mounting threats that the global nuclear industry poses to nature and civilization in the United States and Russia.
Join the Student Health Center for a six-week workshop series based on current dietary and physical activity guidelines. Healthy snacks will be provided at every workshop while supplies last and a certificate of completion is given to participants who attend all six sessions.