Join us as we come together to discuss one of the classic feminist book Women, Race, & Class by the widely revered political activist Angela Y. Davis. This book is a powerful text on the Women's liberation movement. We will create community around food as we engage in critical conversations about the impact and relevance of Angela Davis words.
We are thrilled to announce that we're bringing the cinematic masterpiece 'Parasite' to our college campus! Join us for an unforgettable movie night where we dive into the captivating world of Bong Joon-ho's masterpiece.
We hope to build a walking/talking movement on campus to assist in honoring what makes us feel whole and alive! All walkers/talkers will be given a Visa Gift Card once participants have participated in the program criteria. Students will have the opportunity to sign up for as many dates out of the following weeks that are offered.
Nothing goes better together than career advice and a slice of pizza! Join the Career Center Wednesday, October 4, to hear our guest speaker share how to get ready for the Career Fair.
Tap into your inner abuelitx as we learn some of the basics of crocheting. While crochet has European origins, tejando has rooted itself in Latine cultures, proving to be a beautiful form of art and expression. Let’s call on our elders and ancestors to convivir and learn together. Feel free to BYOY (bring your own yarn) if you are proficient in crochet and would like to simply have a space on campus to take a break and enjoy your craft!
Indigenous Peoples Day