CSUDH to host student conference Nov. 13-15.
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Wondering what to do between classes? Here's what's happening on campus:
Struggling student looking for helping hands.
Library adds more seating, private study rooms.
Need to rejuvenate and relieve stress? Join Tara Victor for a 15- to 20-minute meditation during Wellness Wednesdays at noon every other Wednesday.
The Women’s Resource Center will be hosting “Things My Mother Never Told Me” discussions 4 to 5 p.m. every Monday in SCC 148.
The Science Society will be visiting the La Brea Tar Pits 1 p.m. Oct. 2. Transportation will be provided. To RSVP, email Science_society@csudh.edu.
Free dance lessons are being held 6 to 8 p.m. every Tuesday in the Loker Student Union.
Wear pink to help raise breast cancer awareness at the men’s soccer game against UC San Diego at 7 p.m. on Oct. 2 on the Toro Field.
ExhibitsUSA and The National Endowment for the Arts is hosting the “Inciteful Clay” exhibition 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday until Oct. 7 in LaCorte Hall A-107.guests. For more information, visit the LSA ToroZone or stop by the LSU Activities Office.
Toros sing their hearts out Thursday night.
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White emphasize cornerstones of success; takes questions from audience.
By Carlos Alvarez
Online Staff Writer
Chancellor Timothy P. White addressed the campus his morning regarding the CSU system overall plans for California State University Dominguez Hills and all other CSU campuses.
The open forum was held at Loker Student Union inside Ballroom C Friday Sept. 25. About 150 faculty staff members and students attended.
White has been CSU chancellor since 2008 and this was his fifth visit to CSUDH.
With most of those in attendance concerned with the current labor agreement contract negotiations with the California Faculty Association, White made it clear that he did not want to go into detail regarding any aspects of the negotiations.
Graduate School Fair on campus this week.
Students don't need to change their ethnicity in order to fit in. Just ask Intisar Alshammari.
Women's Studies professor to lecture at retreat.
Assembly member Mike Gibson hosts hearing.
By Daisy Morales
When Intisar Alshammari, came to the United States from Saudi Arabia three years ago she was afraid she wasn’t going to fit in because she was Muslim.