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The Hills Are Alive: Campus Community Celebrates Natural and Cultural Diversity on Earth Day 2008

The observance of Earth Day on April 22 at California State University, Dominguez Hills
will focus on a multicultural approach to celebrating, and ultimately saving the natural environment, with a program that includes everything from everyday green measures such as recycling and carpooling to ethnic and cultural traditions that honor the earth and nature.



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Adan Alonso: Mentors and Music Keep Sophomore in Tune

By combining his interests in music and his major, Chicana/o studies, sophomore Adan Alonso seeks to better understand his heritage and the connections that different groups of people have in common. His ultimate academic goal is to get a doctorate in ethnomusicology, the study of the cultural context of music.


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Carlos Galeana: He Says He Wants a Revolution

Carlos Galeana says his education at California State University, Dominguez Hills has helped him mature as an individual and an artist, even in areas as seemingly unrelated as art and history. One of the senior's most recent projects has been
posters for the French American Cultural Exchange (FACE) Tournées Festival of French Films that is currently taking place on campus.


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French Film Festival at CSU Dominguez Hills Entertains, Explores Historical Themes

The French American Cultural Exchange Tournées Festival of French Films at California State University, Dominguez Hills began April 8 and continues through April 19, exploring the historical connections between colonization and immigration. Assistant professor of history Laura Talamante, who applied for the FACE grant and is organizing the festival, describes the event as “an interdisciplinary collaboration and a festival atmosphere with educational opportunity, more than a screening of foreign films.”


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“Lysistrata” Opens in the University Theatre April 18

The California State University, Dominguez Hills Department of Theatre Arts will present “Lysistrata,” which will run April 18-27 in the University Theatre. The classic Greek comedy, which was originally written in 411 B.C. by Aristophanes, is an antiwar satire that tells the story of women in ancient Athens and Sparta who join together to go on strike, withholding sexual favors to their men until they agree to stop a senseless war.


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Sharefest: Community Service Builds a Bridge to Carnegie Middle School

More than 100 students, faculty and administrators from California State University, Dominguez Hills rolled up their sleeves last month to help spruce up Andrew Carnegie Middle School in Carson. The two-day overhaul of the school, which included painting of the school’s mascot on buildings and other signage, landscape work and clearing classrooms of discarded equipment, was organized through the nonprofit organization ShareFest Community Development.


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Five-Year Initiative at Minority-Serving Institutions Yields Success in Student Learning and Participation

California State University, Dominguez Hills has been recognized by the national Building
Engagement and Attainment for Minority Students (BEAMS) program for its ability to address issues such as retention and faculty development in a time of budget limitations and staff shortages. On March 25, the university hosted the west coast unveiling of the results of the five-year BEAMS initiative at a luncheon on March 25 in the Loker Student Union Ballroom on campus.


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Yearly Event to Honor César Chávez Celebrates Leadership and Service

Outstanding students and other members of the California State University, Dominguez Hills community were honored at the Annual César Chávez Tardeada, which was held on March 27 in the Ballroom of the Loker Student Union. The event, presented by the Latino Faculty and Staff Association, featured guest speaker CSUDH President Mildred García. Christine Chávez, granddaughter of the late union founder and an activist in her own right, also made a special appearance.


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