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By Audrey Ngo
Professor of Art Gilah Yelin Hirsch will be holding a book signing next week in the university library.
“Demonic to Devine: The Double Life of Shulamis Yelin” is comprised of excerpts from the diaries of Hirsch’s mother, Shulamis Yelin, who was a well-known Canadian author, poet, teacher and speaker. The book was published in Canada last year.
The title of Hirsch’s book refers to the opposing sides of her mother’s personality: the demonic and the divine.
Author, radio host speaks at his former university.
Bringing awareness to violence prevention.
Toro Tank winners awarded valuable resources.
Faculty recognized for their research.
Symposium kicks off Don Quixote Festival.
Himalyan school co-founder discusses challenges.
Story Slam, put on by Hollywood by the Horns, introduced nine CSUDH students and their stories.
By Jocelyne Salcido
Online Staff Writer
Ballroom C was filled with tears, laughter and joy Saturday evening.
Students from Hollywood by the Horns presented a Story Slam on Saturday in the student union to a full room. Nine students narrated meaningful stories about their life. There was food and live music by classical guitarist Tony Italia.
This is the first time Assistant Professor of Communications Ryan Eagle and Assistant Lisa Callamaro coordinated a story slam on behalf of Hollywood by the Horns.
“Hollywood by the Horns was envisioned to be a new initiative that would help grow our relationship at CSUDH between us, the Toros, and those working in the entertainment industry,” said Eagle.
Professor of Art Gilah Hirsch signs book, shares her mother's story