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Caption BulletAlumna Jurline Redeaux (Class of ’93, B.A., human services; at center) returned to her alma mater to volunteer at the Black Faculty and Staff BFSA) Clothes Closet on April 15; more below

 

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Clarence Gilyard: Actor and Educator Gives Students a Key to the Classics
Clarence Gilyard: Actor and Educator Gives Students a Key to the Classics

When Clarence Gilyard began working on his undergraduate degree at California State University, Dominguez Hills, he already had several television and film credits to his name, including parts in the series “CHiPS” and the movie “Top Gun.” However, the actor felt that he needed the polish of a college degree. Currently an associate professor of theatre arts at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Gilyard has returned to CSU Dominguez Hills this spring to direct the current production of Chekov’s “Three Sisters.” He says the play explores a timeless story of the worth of human existence and that the production has provided students “the opportunity to work on one of the great plays by one of the great writers.”


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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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Photo above: Alumna Jurline Redeaux ((Class of ’93, B.A., human services; at center) returned to her alma mater to volunteer at the Black Faculty and Staff BFSA) Clothes Closet on April 15. BFSA held the event to provide career wardrobes for students and community members who are job hunting or starting out in new employment.

Redeaux, a retired social worker and former administrator for Los Angeles County Children and Family Services, has organized the 1st Compton Annual Diabetes Awareness Walk, to take place on Saturday, April 24 at 8 a.m. at Compton High School. The event will include a two-mile walk, free screenings for diabetes, and educational exhibits and speakers. For more information, contact Redeaux at (310) 991-1928 or email jurliner@yahoo.com.

L-R: Shanel Carlisle, applications processor, Admissions; Cynthia Turner, articulation officer, Records and Registration and president, BFSA; Ken Simms, analyst programmer, Student Information Services; Redeaux; Cheryl Jackson-Harris, professor of clinical studies; and Stephanie Simons-Loyd, supervisor, Application Processing Unit

For more information on BFSA, click here.

Photo by Joanie Harmon

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