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Original Print of the Declaration of Independence to Be Viewed at CSU Dominguez Hills
Original Print of the Declaration of Independence to Be Viewed at CSU Dominguez Hills

One of the 26 original existing prints of the Declaration of Independence will be on view at California State University, Dominguez Hills on Saturday, April 24, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. in Ballroom B of the Loker Student Union. The College of Professional Studies has collaborated with the Pearson Foundation to present the document, which was created by printer John Dunlap on July 4, 1776 hours after Thomas Jefferson completed its final draft.

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“Lifting As We Climb”: Fifth Annual Empowerment Conference Inspires Female African American Students


The fifth Empowerment Conference for Black Women, which serves as the annual signature event of the Sisters United Mentoring Program, was held at California State University, Dominguez Hills on March 26 in the Loker Student Union. Sisters United was established in 2005 to increase retention, develop leadership skills, and promote a supportive network of African and African American female students, faculty and staff at CSU Dominguez Hills.


“Lifting As We Climb”: Fifth Annual Empowerment Conference Inspires Female African American Students
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Rededication of Japanese Garden and Talk on Japanese American Incarceration of World War II Highlight History of Community
Rededication of Japanese Garden and Talk on Japanese American Incarceration of World War II Highlight History of Community

Two events at California State University, Dominguez Hills on May 1 will highlight the history of Japanese Americans in the United States. At 10 a.m., a rededication of the Shinwa-En Japanese Garden and festival of Japanese arts will honor the volunteer gardeners and landscapers who built the garden and teahouse in 1978 and the next generation of professionals and community members who have recently restored and maintained the site. Later in the day, author and Manzanar survivor Aiko Herzig- oshinaga will speak on her recently completed essay, “Words Can Lie or Clarify: Terminology of the World War II Incarceration of Japanese Americans” at 1 p.m. in the new South Wing addition of the University Library.


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Travis Kamiyama: Sushi Chef and Entrepreneur Oversees Restaurant on World’s Largest Cruise Ship


When Travis Kamiyama (Class of '97, B.S. economics) opened Kamiyama Sushi in 2000 in Lomita, he served his unique interpretations of sushi in a tiny storefront that seated about five people at the bar. Ever expanding his international restaurant empire – he has a sushi and tapas bar in Osaka and contracts with the Market Broiler in Orange – the Okinawan native recently completed his first voyage as executive sushi chef and consultant aboard the Oasis of the Seas, the largest cruise ship in the world.

Travis Kamiyama: Sushi Chef and Entrepreneur Oversees Restaurant on World’s Largest Cruise Ship
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