Both Rihanna (Barbados) and Drake (Toronto) enjoy commercial success, embedded in hip-hop culture, Caribbean influences, and youth culture. This merging of culture shapes and defines taste, popular dances, and fashion. This conversation will look at the long-standing, but under-discussed Caribbean influence on Black American popular music.
The candidates for academic senators and reps-at large will debate current policies, practices and goals for the 2017-18 academic year.
The academic senators and reps-at-large meet with University Academic Senate (governed by faculty) to actively engage in the process of shared governance of the university.
Motivate incoming students, inspire others to be the best, and encourage your peers. If these are all things you would like to be a part of, consider joining the B&E Mentorship Program. The workshops will explore the mentor/mentee connection and provide guidance for developing these dynamic relationships.
Guest scholars and community advocates address how to support young people's intersectional identities from the perspectives of queer theory and community-based participatory action research. Featuring Dr. Rigoberto Marquez (Columbia University), Latinx Equality Alliance and Mi Centro, LA LGBT Center OUT for Safe Scholars Program.
Are you a club representative? Does your organization fall under the College of Natural and Social Sciences? If so, please attend the NSS Club Council. A.S.I. and NSS affiliated clubs are working together to bolster support for club officers and to provide groundwork and funding alternatives for major college events.