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  • Join the CSUDH men’s basketball team as they host CSULA 7 p.m. Nov. 29 in the Toro gym.
  • The Music Department will host its Jazz Ensemble Fall Concert at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 1 in the Marvin Laser Recital Hall room A103.
  • The Art and Design Department will host a guest lecture with prominent Los Angeles designer Chris Do at 6 p.m. Dec. 2 in the Loker Student Union ballroom.
  • The Music Department will be hosting a winter concert featuring the CSUDH Wind ensemble   at 7 p.m. Dec. 3 in the LaCorte Hall Marvin Laser Recital Hall room A103.
  • CSUDH will be hosting Toro Tank fashioned after NBC's "Shark Tank" 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 4 in the Loker Student Union Ballroom C.
  • Crossing Borders: "Stories of Migration in Contemporary Art” will run through Dec. 4 in the University Art Gallery. The exhibit features works focusing on migration and immigration. Contact Gallery Director Kathy Zimmerer-McKelvie at (310) 243-3334 for more information.

Oct. 23, 2014

Nov. 5, 2014

Discovering Radio Show

Nov. 19, 2014

20 Nov. 2014

Panel discusses merits of international education.

20 Nov. 2014

Film screening honors victims of transphobia.

20 Nov. 2014

Student talks about her study abroad experience.

Publishers stress importance of Native American culture


Malcolm Margolin and Lindsie Bear of Heyday Publishing spoke on ecology and California Native Americans.

 

By Chad Arias
Online Staff Writer


When it comes to discussions about Native American’s, most people will point to the Sioux, Cherokee or other large tribes from the Midwest.

 What is less than common knowledge is that California is home to more Native American tribes then all other 50 states combined. Most Californians do not even realize that they probably see a Native American on a daily basis.

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KDHR’s Alejandro Rodriguez wants to keep
the talk to a minimum and let the aspiring musicians rule the airwaves.

 

By Ignacio Padilla

Online Staff Writer


     Feeling like the conventional radio in your car every morning is too mainstream? DJs talk too much, and stations bombard you with advertisements?

     An on-air host at KDHR, California State University Dominguez Hills’ campus radio station, feels the same way.


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21 Nov. 2014

Faculty authors recognized at reception.

21 Nov. 2014

Doctorate candidate makes house call.

25 Nov. 2014

Event designed to help create safe space for women.


25 Nov. 2014

ASI prepares for elections.


26 Nov. 2014

Lecturer focuses on art of story telling.