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  • The Annual Student Art and Design Exhibitions B.A. Graduates featuring the work of studio art majors will run through May 14 in the University Art Gallery located in LCH A107.

  • The CSUDH College of Arts and Humanities and the Music Department will present A Spring Choral Concert directed by Dawn Brooks at 7:30 p.m. Monday May 11 in the University Theatre.

  • The CSUDH Wind Ensemble Concert directed by Gregory Robinson will take place at 7:30 p.m. May 13 in the University Theatre. Admission is $5.

  • “The Font of Black Culture in Los Angeles: The Alfred and Bernice Ligon Aquarian Collection” art exhibit is open in the University and Archives Department through Sept. 1 on the fifth floor of the University Library South Wing.

  • The campus Fitness Center will reopen Monday June 15. Summer hours will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays; 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursdays; closed Mondays and Fridays. Must bring a own towel, appropriate attire and a valid CSUDH ID.

Political analyst and CSUDH alumnus Earl Ofari Hutchinson shares what it’s like to incite change, even if you stand alone.

By Audrey Ngo

Special to the Bulletin

     On a recent Friday morning, Earl Ofari Hutchinson stepped into the studio at KTYM radio in Inglewood. He was there to host his show, The Hutchinson Report, which covers political and social issues.
     His guest?

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12 May 2015

Student trapped in library elevator for an hour.

6 May 2015

Kids conference focuses on science, technology.

​12 May 2015

Athletics director candidate forum open to campus.​

12 May 2015

Wells Fargo to open branch on campus this fall.

10 May 2015

Lecturer's new film on Cuban Revolution.

13 May 2015

ASI board positions still open for 2015-16.

FALL 2014


12 May 2015

LA Galaxy job fair focuses 

on sports, entertainment.

12 May 2015

Graduating seniors present choreography projects.​

Academy Award winner and humanitarian will also receive honorary doctorate.

By Yesenia Campos
Online Staff Writer

      Academy Award winner Forest Whitaker will be joining graduates from the College Arts and Humanities next weekend.

      Whitaker will be the keynote speaker at Saturday night’s commencement ceremony where 4,000 students will be participating. He will also be given an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from California State University Dominguez Hills.

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Forest Whitaker keynote speaker at commencement