The iconic Ballet Folklórico de Mexico de Amalia Hernández returns to the Luckman with a highly-anticipated repertory performance! Amalia Hernández founded the Ballet Folklórico de México in 1952, having embarked at a very early age on a never-ending quest to rescue the dancing traditions of Mexico. For more info: http://www.luckmanarts.org/events/ballet-folklorico-de-mexico.html
The 1960s farm labor movement in California was more diverse than many realize. Among the leaders was a Filipino-American named Larry Itliong. With a bill signed by Governor Jerry Brown, October 25 will now be observed as Larry Itliong Day in California. Visit the Cross Cultural Centers as we celebrate Larry Itliong Day in its inaugural year by learning about his life and work in social justice.
Cal State LA is converting from quarters to semesters in Fall 2016. What does this mean for you? Join us as representatives from Quarter to Semester (Q2S), University Academic Advisement Center (UAAC) and Graduation Office share the benefits, ease your worries, and show you how to take action during the transition.
One Campus, One Book (OBOC) is a University Library initiative designed to encourage a common reading experience and sense of community at Cal State LA. The 2015-16 selection, The Soloist, is the true story of journalist Steve Lopez's discovery of Nathanial Ayers, a former classical bass student at Julliard, playing his heart out on a two-string violin on Los Angeles' Skid Row. This OCOB kickoff event includes selected readings from the book, OCOB involvement opportunities, and more.
Mondays just got even better! Stop by for your free cereal and enjoy open mic performances by Cal State LA students. Show us your talent by signing up at the Center for Student Involvement located on the 2nd floor of the U-SU, Room 204 starting October 15th to secure your spot or simply show up on the day of the event.
Join us as the 2015-2016 fellows, Dr. Lucian Gomoll (Liberal Studies and the Honors College) and Dr. Caroline McManus (English), examine the ACP theme RELATION and its implications for understanding American communities and cultures.