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Veterans Alliance: Serving Students Who Have Served Their Nation
Veterans Alliance: Serving Students Who Have Served Their Nation

While many of America’s young men and women have witnessed and survived the rigors of supporting current military operations around the world, arriving at college after active duty may prove to be nearly as daunting as the first day of boot camp. A new student organization at California State University, Dominguez Hills has been created to help veterans adapt to college life, whether they are returning to their studies or beginning their path to higher education.

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CSU Dominguez Hills Launches YouTube Channel


Just in time for the fall semester, DHTV, the distance learning broadcast programming service of California State University, Dominguez Hills, has launched www.youtube.com/csudhtv. The channel is part of the new YouTube EDU, a sub-site of YouTube created earlier this year to provide universities with expanded video content on the popular video-sharing web site. CSU Dominguez Hills is one of only a couple hundred universities nationwide – and one of six CSU campuses – currently using the service.

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Latino Heritage Month: Chicana Author Helena Viramontes Speaks at CSU Dominguez Hills
Latino Heritage Month: Chicana Author Helena Viramontes Speaks at CSU Dominguez Hills

In celebration of Latino Heritage Month, California State University, Dominguez Hills students were treated to a lecture by author Helena María Viramontes on Sept. 13. Lauded for her depiction of Chicano culture, the graduate of University of California, Irvine’s Master of Fine Arts program and professor of English at Cornell University presented her latest book, “Their Dogs Came With Them.”

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University Art Gallery Presents Exhibit on Printmaking and Digital Prints



“60 x 60.” an exhibition featuring 60 small prints in a wide range of printmaking media, and “Lisa Bloomfield: Stories from Home,” an exhibit highlighting 30 brilliantly colored narrative digital ink jet prints by Los Angeles artist Lisa Bloomfield, will open on Sept. 30 in the California State University, Dominguez Hills University Art Gallery and continue through October 29.

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Beth Shibata: Photographer’s Work Takes Shape Within Nature
Beth Shibata: Photographer’s Work Takes Shape Within Nature

For years Beth Shibata (Class of '90, M.A., English/Linguistics/TESL) wondered what the mysterious patch of land in the middle of Sepulveda Boulevard in Torrance was until she saw Madrona Marsh on a broadcast of “Visiting... with Huell Howser” Growing from a single trailer across the street from the last vernal marsh in Los Angeles County to a 8,000 square foot interpretive center and research facility the Nature Center provides education on the numerous varieties of wildlife and vegetation that still exist in the South Bay area, programs that promote a sustainable lifestyle, and inspiration for artists like Shibata, a nature photographer and writer.


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Cynthia Bostick: Expert on Violent Behavior Pens First Thriller Fiction

When Cynthia Bostick decided to take a leap into the world of writing fiction, she turned to her experiences as a psychiatric clinical nurse specialist working with cases of violent behavior. Her debut book, “The Match,” (under pen name Davinia Bostick) was recently self-published last June. A lecturer who teaches online classes in theory and therapeutic communication in the School of Nursing at California State University, Dominguez Hills, Bostick says that readers’ fascination with violent crime is a paradox of repulsion and attraction.

Cynthia Bostick: Specialist in Violent Behavior Pens First Thriller Fiction
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