By Audrey Ngo
Near-death experiences can range from car accidents to dodging falling objects. They can happen to anyone, anytime, and often do.
While these moments are jarring for the victim, those who witness the accidents can be just as affected. In a moment of crisis, there are those who look to others to lead and there are those who take charge.
Wondering what to do between classes? Here's what is happening this week.
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Solar-powered signs new on campus.
Men's soccer not looking too good.
More than a dozen classrooms renovated.
Campus loses artisan, husband and
father of two.
By Jillian Allen Special to the Bulletin
Peter Chance, who was responsible for the most recent installation of the Tiny Village garden on campus, passed away June 14 after suffering a massive heart attack. He was 51.
Chance was also a Cal State University Dominguez Hills Extended Education instructor teacher who taught a course on growing Japanese bonsai trees.
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Should police officers be equipped with a camera while on duty? See what the campus has to say about this issue.