This panel, the fruition of the inaugural American Communities Program Working Group Fellowship, explores the implications of critical inquiry at the interface between the humanities and the sciences. The ACP will examine the value of humanities-based critical inquiry in investigating four key themes that undergird epistemological authority: fact, number, objectivity, and the boundary between nature and human.
Democracy in Action is a faculty-led series of presentations and discussions designed to help the campus community better understand how recent and forthcoming presidential executive orders will impact our students and other members of our campus. As a community of learners, educators and scholars, we join colleagues across the CSU and the country as we re-examine the meaning of American democracy in this new political era.
The May 3 event will focus on "Rebuilding a Social Movement: Lessons for Today."
D-STRESS with A.S.I.! Take a quick break from studying and visit the D-STRESS booths to fill up on hot coffee and snacks. We’ve also got free scantrons/bluebooks and giant games for those looking to decompress for a bit. Happy studying and good luck on finals!
Join the Asian Pacific Islander Student Resource Center in a discussion on the lack of Asian Pacific Islander representation in media. Sean Miura (Tuesday Night Project Producer/Curator), Christine Minji Lee of Kollaboration, DJ Richie Menchavez of Traktivist and community activist singer/songwriter Leo Xia will share their insights.
How are you doing as we head into finals week? Stop by, check in and set a plan for success during finals week. Join in on some discussion circles to talk about academic progress and experiences at Cal State LA this year.