The following candidates will debate: College Representatives
The College Representatives are a dynamic group of student advocates focused on college enrichment, advocacy and developing leadership opportunities for students. Join us as we watch them debate current campus issues and share their hopes for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Many people in the Latinx community have used creativity to express their visions of social justice. More specifically, small businesses with a focus on supporting communities of color have been thriving. Join us for a panel of Latinx entrepreneurs to learn about their journeys, commitment to social justice and their hustle.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Join us as we reflect on this community tragedy.
Enjoy this party-like experience that will have you burning calories while having fun! Sign-ups will be available at 5:50 p.m. at the U-SU plaza. Minors must pick up a consent form in advance at CSI, located on the 2nd floor of the U-SU, Room 204.
Get strategies for determining which majors are compatible with your skills, interests and values. Learn more on the Career Development Center's website. Event ID: 1392
This roundtable discussion features School of Criminal Justice and Criminalistics faculty member Akhila Ananth and history faculty member Eileen Ford sharing their research projects examining civil societies, abolition and student protest movements.