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Anthropology students met artisan Dary Leang (second from right) and learned about traditional Cambodian formal
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Caption BulletPhoung Nguyen, 2010 Hearst Scholarship awardee (third from left), is celebrated at the CSU Office of the Chancellor; more below

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Anthropology Students Help Present Cambodian Culture in Long Beach
Anthropology Students Help Present Cambodian Culture in Long Beach
For the second year, students in Susan Needham’s ethnographic field methods class will assist Cambodian artisans in presenting the 2nd Cambodian Arts & Culture Exhibition in the Long Beach community of Cambodia Town, Inc. which will take place on Saturday, Nov. 20 at MacArthur Park in Long Beach. Along with discovering a new culture, the students have found connections to their own experiences through learning how seemingly obscure traditions are preserved and nurtured for the generations to come.


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Guerilla Art Project Takes to LaCorte Hall

California State University, Dominguez Hills graphic design major Paul Whisenhunt put some of his talents up against the wall—a wall on the first floor inside LaCorte Hall, to be precise. As part of the Art and Design Department’s Art 342-Conceptualization class, associate professor of art design Michele Bury assigned 11 groups of students a “guerilla design” project, which exercised a form of art that utilizes public spaces
and is commonly known as “street guerilla art.”

Guerilla Art Project Takes to LaCorte Hall
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Samantha Hernandez: Sociology Major Featured in U.S. Dept. of Education Promo for Latino Education
Samantha Hernandez: Sociology Major Featured in U.S. Dept. of Education Promo for Latino Education
Samantha Hernandez didn’t set out to be a role model when she made good grades in high school and got accepted to college. In fact, if anything, she was inspired by others to set those goals. However, the sociology major at California State University, Dominguez Hills has become just that as the featured student in a Spanish-language video produced by the U.S. Department of Education intended to promote college attendance among children of Latino families.


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Photo above: Phoung Nguyen, 2010 Hearst Scholarship awardee (third from left), is celebrated at the CSU Office of the Chancellor by (L-R) President Mildred García, Diana Wiley, and Dr. Sam Wiley, emeritus professor of physics.

Photo by Joanie Harmon

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