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Jim Dear, Mayor of the City of Carson
loves about "Back to School at Dominguez Hills"


CSU Dominguez Hills Alumni and Faculty Impact Literacy in Cambodian-American Community

On Aug. 11, California State University, Dominguez Hills alumni Sithea and Richer San and professor of anthropology Susan Needham participated in a presentation by Cambodia Town, Inc. of a $150,000 check to the Mark Twain Branch Library, a state-of-the-art facility in the heart of the Cambodia Town area along Anaheim Street in Long Beach.

Sithea San
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Photo above: Mayor Jim Dear of Carson welcomes students back to the first week of school in front of the Loker Student Union. The LAUSD English teacher attended CSUDH in 1973.

"The best thing about coming back to school is you get to see friends you met last semester and make new ones of those you meet today," he says. "CSU Dominguez Hills is a wonderful fit: The most ethnically diverse campus in the CSU system is located in the most ethnically diverse city in the state of California."

Pictured L-R: Natalie Hickman, junior, English; Decoda Mitchell, senior, computer science; Mayor Jim Dear, City of Carson; and Monette Loretizo, special education, Stephen White Middle School.

Photo by GK


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