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Ode to Joy: New ASI President Adds Lessons of Service and Giving to New Academic Year
Ode to Joy: New ASI President Adds Lessons of Service and Giving to New Academic Year

Summer vacations are a far-flung memory for senior Joy Masha, who took the helm as president of Associated Students, Inc. at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Instead, she spent June, July and August preparing for a one-year term that includes improving student life in a climate of deep budget cuts to the CSU system and influencing her fellow students to give to those less fortunate.

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Romel Edmond: Student Urges Peers to Use Social Media Wisely


Guest columnist Romel Edmond is an intern in the Office of University Communications and Public Affairs. An aspiring editorial writer, he is a senior majoring in English with a political science minor. Dateline is proud to feature his perspective on students and responsible social networking.

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Gilah Yelin Hirsch: Painter Seeks to Answer “Big Questions”
Gilah Yelin Hirsch: Painter Seeks to Answer “Big Questions”

The work of professor of art Gilah Yelin Hirsch is featured in the exhibit “Big Questions: New Works by Gilah Yelin Hirsch and Elizabeth Bloom,” which is currently at the USC Hillel Gallery through Nov. 8. A companion exhibit of Hirsch’s “Vinosady Series” is also being shown at the Los Angeles campus of Hebrew Union College which is located near the Hillel Gallery.

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Scott Morris: State of the Arts



In the face of the state’s budget crisis, Scott Morris is working to maintain the notoriety that the guitar program and music department at California State University, Dominguez Hills earned by hosting the annual conference of the Guitar Foundation of America in 2007. This past Labor Day weekend Sept. 4-6, Morris presented the first Dominguez Hills Guitar Festival and Competition in the University Theatre and LaCorte Hall with the help of international colleagues, fellow performers, and donations of cash prizes, guitars and equipment from corporate sponsors.

Scott Morris: State of the Arts
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