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May 14, 2016

3 original plays by Cal State LA students.

The Circle of Death by Gwendolyn Gabrielle (2nd year TVFT MFA candidate)

Life Line by Robert Ellsworth (3rd year TVFT MFA candidate)

Under the Moon by Murri Royal Brown, Ye Ju Choi, Gwendolyn Gabrielle, Hemy He, Kent Nabor, and Gregory Pickus (2nd year TVFT MFA cohort)

José Cruz González, Festival Director

May 15, 2016

3 original plays by Cal State LA students. Directed by Jose Cruz Gonzalez.

Performances: May 13-14, 18-21 at 7:30 p.m. with a matinee on May 15 at 2:30 p.m.

Questions? Contact mtdevents@calstatela.edu.

May 16, 2016 to May 19, 2016

With spring quarter coming to a close and deadlines headed your way, join HHS for a fun-filled week of stress-relieving activities. Take care of your health, and most especially, take care of you! Be: Strong, Motivated, Inspired, Love, Exceptional! SMILE! Stay tuned for specifics on each day!

May 16, 2016

Taking notes from lectures presents many challenges for college students. Some of the challenges students may face include not having an organized system for taking notes, not being able to keep up with the instructor, not knowing what to write down and not having an effective and efficient means to study the lecture notes. This presentation will offer some suggestions for meeting these challenges. Handouts will be provided.

May 16, 2016

Decriminalization of sex work; where do you stand? The presence of economic and cultural influences that lead diverse communities to engage in sex work is a reality. Discerning if one should support or oppose those who engage in sex work has become an issue that has split the feminist community at large. Alison Bass, author of Getting Screwed: Sex Workers and the Law, stops by Cal State LA to discuss the social, political, and public health ramifications that follow the constant criminalization of sex work.

May 17, 2016

Learn skills to think clearly. Enhance relationships. Increase concentration. Improve mood.

Session led by David Rudesill, LCSW.

Questions? Call 323-343-3314, or walk into CAPS located on the 2nd floor of the Student Health Center and speak with Wendy Gee or Mia Gonzales.

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