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Jesse Castellanos: Graduate Student Receives Minority Access Role Model Award

When Patrick West was earning his M.B.A. at California State University, Dominguez Hills, he was deeply impressed with the campus as an environment conducive to learning. Similarly concerned about his home environment, the former city manager of Paramount went into action when he found that his city was named the eighth worst suburb in America in the early 1980s, working with that community’s agencies and developing an infrastructure in the city to prevent and fight crime. Now, as the new city manager of Long Beach, he plans to do the same thing with the sprawling metropolis.



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Gloria Miranda: Educator Helps Students Make History of Their Own

When Gloria Miranda was diagnosed with breast cancer nearly 20 years ago, opted for a radical mastectomy. Except for a reoccurrence five years ago when a new tumor was eliminated with radiation treatments, Miranda’s cancer has been in remission. As a cancer survivor, Miranda nonetheless pursued her career as a professor of history, researcher, writer and community college administrator. Dateline talks to Miranda about the importance of being the first in one’s family to go to college and making history come alive for students of color through lessons that show how people like themselves were active participants in the building of a nation.


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Ron Arias: Journalist Teaches Students to Tell Their Stories

As a college student hitchhiking through Spain in 1959, Ron Arias met Ernest Hemingway by chance in Pamplona. That experience, among others, including a stint in Peru as a Peace Corps volunteer and a search for the truth about his father’s withdrawal from the family after returning from the Korean War, led Arias to a career in journalism that spans nearly 40 years. Newly retired from his 22 years at People magazine, the Los Angeles native now teaches a class at California State University, Dominguez Hills titled “Writing the Biography of a Pueblo.”



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Edward M. Olivos: Lessons for Teachers in Bicultural Parental Involvement

In his book, The Power of Parents: A Critical Perspective of Bicultural Parent Involvement
in Public Schools
, Edward M. Olivos, assistant professor of teacher education, focuses on the need for teachers and administrators to have a better understanding of the intentions of bicultural parents and misperceptions about their involvement in their children’s
education.



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“A Raisin in the Sun” Opens 2007-08 Season at Dominguez Hills’ Edison Studio Theatre

The California State University Dominguez Hills Department of Theatre Arts presents
Lorraine Hansberry's classic, “A Raisin in the Sun,” the opening play of the 2007-08
season. The show will open October 12 and run through October 26 in the 70-seat Edison Studio Theatre on campus.

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International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition Comes To University Art Gallery

The 9th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition opens October 3 in the University Art Gallery at California State University, Dominguez Hills. The invitation-only show features 82 sculptures in a wide variety of mediums that are small enough to fit into a shoebox.


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Here Comes the Sun: Renewable Energy Source Brings Dominguez Hills One Step Closer to a Green Campus

The Dominguez Hills campus benefits from a California State University initiative to gain long-term energy savings and help the environment by using solar energy as a renewable source.



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