This four-part series will teach students the basics of healthy eating habits in college. Attendance is not required at each session; come to one or come to all.
This semester we are hosting CAPS at the GSRC monthly for an LGBTQ+ Drop-In Group. For each session, we will be discussing a different topic while also doing a fun craft activity. This is a drop-in group for those who identify as LGBTQIA+. In this safe and judgment-free environment, we will foster and provide community, support, reflection, and growth. For our February meeting, we will be discussing "Healthy Relationships."
Join the Nutrition & Fitness committee as they discuss American Heart Month and engage in educational/interactive activities.
Ready to elevate your career as a first-gen professional? Join our LinkedIn workshop for invaluable insights and strategies to maximize your professional presence on the platform. All Cal State LA students are welcome to participate.
To register, go to First-Gen Professionals Career Launch: LinkedIn.
Come join the APISRC and PASRC to celebrate Black History Month as we watch, The American Revolutionary: Grace Lee Boggs. We encourage you all to learn about the history of how Chinese-American activist Grace Lee Boggs was part of the civil rights and Black Power movements. Enjoy some delicious Jollibee too. Food is limited, so please RSVP by calling the Cross Cultural Centers.
Lauded American singer-songwriter Judy Collins has an illustrious career spanning seven decades. An Academy Award-nominated documentary director and a Grammy Award-winning recording artist, she is known for her eclectic tastes in the material she records, which has included folk music, country, show tunes, pop music, rock & roll, and standards.