The personal statement for graduate school is an important, but often procrastinated, step in the application process. Frederick Smith, director of the Cross Cultural Centers, offers advice for crafting the best statement to submit for your graduate school applications.
The Cross Cultural Centers and Special Collections and Archives at the University Library are looking for student submissions that describe your contribution to the history of Cal State LA, perhaps your involvement on campus, the friendships you’ve made, or your academic achievements have left a mark. Those who are selected will be part of an end of the year exhibit at Cal State LA. For more information, visit the Cross Cultural Centers’ front desk to pick up an application.
Cal State LA students are making a difference every day and they deserve to be recognized. All Golden Eagles who have impacted their community in a positive manner are encouraged to apply for this award, which recognizes outstanding student achievement. Applications are due by Feb. 16, 2018.
The goal of Well-Being Wednesdays is to promote inner well-being by encouraging a campus culture based on compassionate engagement and mutual support.
The Student Health Advisory Committee will be on the Main Walkway inside the Health Hut to educate peers on health and wellness issues. Stop by the yellow Health Hut and learn great tips on how to deal with college stress.
In our University’s tradition of community giving, ASI is proud to support the Educational Participation in Communities (EPIC) drive to provide food and toys to low-income families during the holiday season. This initiative gives students, clubs, organizations, and the campus community the opportunity to make a positive contribution in the greater Los Angeles area. Donate your time or gifts generously.
The curators of the Axis Mundo exhibit will discuss the people, places, events, and art work of queer Chicano artists from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. Many of the artists hail from our surrounding communities and their work makes visible the “queer networks” forged across this time frame and weaves through the Chicano and LGBT movements.