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The College of Arts & Humanities, the Division of Performing, Visual & Digital Media Arts and the Music Department presents "A Spring Celebration of Jazz" with the CSU Dominguez Hills Jazz Ensemble and Stephen Moore as conductor and director at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 4, in the La Corte Hall Marvin Laser Recital Hall A103. Admission is $2. Parking is $5.
By Jacklyn Kim
Special to the Bulletin
It’s not always easy to trust a politician. When citizens become more media literate and socially aware of unpopular government practices, many even neglect their right to vote in belief that the political system is too rigged and stagnant.
Students party with puppies to relieve stress.
Student artwork now on the menu.
About 50 groups participate in annual justice fair.
Faculty recognized for their research.
Students grades 5-12 on campus for STEM event.
Author reads from her novel inspired by her 7th graders.
Himalyan school co-founder discusses challenges.
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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