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Caption BulletThe Male Success Alliance, an new initiative at CSU Dominguez Hills, seeks to address
the national decrease of young men in college; more below.

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Romel Edmond: Haiti’s Earthquake Hits Close to Home

When a devastating 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti in January, Americans with family members or friends who lived there were anxiously awaiting news regarding the safety of their loved ones. Among them was Romel Edmond, a senior at California State University, Dominguez Hills.

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Alex Lim: McNair Scholar Gets the Message Across on Youth and Texting
Alex Lim: McNair Scholar Gets the Message Across on Youth and Texting

Alex Lim, a senior at California State University, Dominguez Hills has been assisting Dr. Larry Rosen on his research on parenting in the digital age. Lim presented their findings on the effects of text messaging and learning in the classroom in a poster presentation at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students last November in Phoenix and was recognized for an outstanding presentation in the social and behavioral sciences.

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Sigma Pi: Fraternity Promotes a Cure for Breast Cancer, Alcohol Awareness and Campus Beautification Project

During Sigma Pi Fraternity Week at California State University, Dominguez Hills, Feb. 22-26, the Eta-Iota Chapter did more than promote itself, it also used the occasion to raise awareness of three causes: breast cancer awareness, alcohol awareness, and the Altruistic Campus Experience (ACE) Project.

Sigma Pi: Fraternity Promotes a Cure for Breast Cancer, Alcohol Awareness and Campus Beautification Project
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Photo above: The Male Success Alliance, an new initiative at CSU Dominguez Hills, seeks to address the national decrease of young men in college by establishing a core group of university colleagues and community members, who will mentor and guide 100 students through the university to graduation.

At the launch meeting on March 16, an activity called "Step to the Line" encouraged participants to confront the negative stereotypes
that persist for African-American and Latino males and to see how diverse they are beyond categories such as race and ethnicity.

For more information on the Male Success Alliance, click here.

Photo by GK

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