Join students, faculty, and staff for a day of service! All Golden Eagles are invited to come together to serve our community. We will be assisting at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
Transportation is provided. Space is limited so secure your spot today. (Sign up by Sept. 9.)
Get on the bus and get culturally connected to Olvera Street! Known as the “birthplace of Los Angeles,” Olvera Street is a narrow, brick-lined road with old structures, painted stalls, street vendors, art, and more. Barbara Carrasco, who was part of the important art exhibit Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, will lead a tour of the area’s art spaces. The Chicanx Latinx Student Resource Center will host snacks, lunch, and transportation. Space is limited. Hold your spot for $10 (cash only, non-refundable) at U-SU Room 306. Tickets go on sale between Aug. 25 and Sept. 12.
Are you an undeclared first-year student? Then, you are a member of the #ExploreEagles program. The University Academic Advisement Center will be hosting an #ExploreEagles kick-off event with music, games and food just for you. Meet other undeclared students and enter the raffle for one of 200 official #ExploreEagles swag bags. Call 323-343-3150 to RSVP or for additional information.
Join us as we share knowledge on how to navigate and use the menstrual cycle as a tool for self-knowledge y otras brujerias as we as (re)learn about the menstrual cycle, moonblood, and products to catch and absorb blood. We will also be looking at ways to incorporate food, massage therapy and herbs to better support the cycle.
COLVIN & EARLE reveals a truly collaborative creative partnership, with each singer/songwriter contributing verses, melodies, choruses, and chord progressions. Songs like “Tell Moses” – a rollicking slice of folk-gospel that works its way from Egypt to Ferguson, MO – and the irresistibly vibrant “Happy & Free” see Colvin & Earle gelling into a gorgeous, cohesive duo, the perfect vehicle for their sterling harmonies and infinite songwriting gifts.