Yvonne Vo has been fighting sexual assault long before "Yes Means Yes" signed into law.

By Jacklyn Kim
Online Staff Writer

     With the female student body on
campus reaching near 70 percent, it’s no surprise the Women’s Resource Center
reopened for the first time in five years.

     And to make sure it services the
women on campus well, program assistant Yvonne Vo is there to fight for
what’s right.

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Toro Takeover, Bookstore Edition

ASI takes over campus bookstore and brings in music, prizes, discounts and school pride.

By Brandon Krause
Online Staff Writer

     Associated Students, Inc. invaded the campus bookstore 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday and brought in music, games and giveaways.

     This is the first time the bookstore at California State University Dominguez Hills has experienced a friendly takeover. By all accounts, it was largely a success as students showed up to win Toro gear and take advantage of the discounts offered by the store.

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  • “Crossing Borders: Stories of Migration in Contemporary Art” will  run through Dec. 4 in the University Art Gallery. The exhibit will feature works focusing on migration and immigration. A conversation with the artists will take place 6 p.m. opening night. Contact Gallery Director Kathy Zimmerer-McKelvie at (310) 243-3334 for more information.
  • All students are invited to enjoy food, music and networking with peers and faculty at the College of Natural & Behavioral Science Mixer taking place noon to 1:30 p.m. Oct. 28 in LSU ballroom A. For more information, contact Bea Gadduang at asicnbs@csudh.edu.
  • Dance Latin-style with Toro Productions 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday nights in the Loker Student Union room DBA.

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Students can get help reducing stress.

16 Oct. 2014

Mixing things up.

16 Oct. 2014

Campus drops, covers and holds on.

21 Oct. 2014

Student-at-Large candidate named.

20 Oct. 2014

Entrepreneurial Incubator opens.

17 Oct. 2014

Alumni career panel focuses on the law.

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Michael Iwama discusses future of occupational therapy.

21 Oct. 2014

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