Interested in being more involved on campus? Looking to make a difference? Running for office might be the perfect opportunity. As a part of student government, you’ll have the opportunity to network, gain leadership experience and be the voice for students campus-wide. Attend one of these informational workshops to find out what it means to advocate for students and be a part of change on campus. More information is available on the ASI website.
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Going back home for celebrations and the holidays can be difficult, especially for the queer community. Join the Cross Cultural Centers as they share stories and ways of navigating being home.
Panelists will examine the historical meaning of 1968, youth resistance and revolutionary struggles in México during the 1960s and 1970s. Particular emphasis will be placed on the mechanisms of state violence and the dirty war on students and social movements.
HOME GAME! Come out to the University Gym at 7 p.m. to support men’s basketball as they take on opponent Azusa Pacific.