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Can’t Buy Me Love: Interdisciplinary Studies Course Examines Consumer Spending

Despite the economic downturn, holiday spending still happens, with shoppers looking for the perfect gift at a good price. As is often the case, the would-be Santas are also buying presents for themselves, many of which will end up in the backs of closets or otherwise never used. This fall, in Anne Choi’s class on “American Consumerism,” students were asked to bring items to class that had caused them to feel buyer’s remorse. The session, which was recorded by American Public Media’s “Marketplace,” aired on Dec. 13.

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Student Employees in Loker Student Union Provide Aid to Homeless on Skid Row
Student Employees in Loker Student Union Provide Aid to Homeless on Skid Row

Student employees in the Loker Student Union provide a variety of services throughout the 120,000-square-foot facility, from greeting visitors at the information desk to overseeing laptop rentals. This semester, they also extended a helping hand to the homeless through a service project by buying and collecting items from the campus community and delivering more than 100 hygiene packs to the homeless on Town and 4th Streets in downtown Los Angeles.


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Robert Keel: Graduate Student, Veteran Receives California Sociological Association Award

Graduate student Robert Keel (Class of ’09, B.S., applied studies/public administration, cum laude) received an Outstanding Graduate Student Award from the California Sociological Association at the organization’s annual conference in November. He graduates this month with his master's degree in sociology.

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Kenneth Brown: Physics Lecturer Named to El Camino College Board of Trustees
Kenneth Brown: Physics Lecturer Named to El Camino College Board of Trustees
His full-time job might be as an engineer and project analyst at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratories, but Kenneth Brown has a real passion for education. So when opportunities to make a difference in student learning come along he’s happy to take on the extra work. Earlier this month, the adjunct professor in the department of physics at California State University, Dominguez Hills was appointed to the El Camino College Board of Trustees.


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Don Hata: Historian Publishes Fourth Edition of Work on Japanese American Incarceration

A fourth edition of “Japanese Americans and World War II: Mass Removal, Imprisonment, and Redress” (with Dr. Nadine Ishitani Hata; Wheeling, Ill.; Harlan Davidson, 2010) has recently been published by Dr. Don Hata, emeritus professor of history. On Dec. 16, Don Hata visited the Civil Rights Institute in Albany, Ga. for a book signing and presented a talk on the incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWII.

Don Hata: Historian Publishes Fourth Edition of Work on Japanese American Incarceration
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Joy Harjo Presents Poetry and Music at Native American Heritage Event
Joy Harjo Presents Poetry and Music at Native American Heritage Event

Poet Joy Harjo presented an evening of spoken word and music to students and the campus community in the Loker Student Union as part of last month’s Native American Heritage celebration. The event was presented by the IDS/PACE Alumni Club, the Multicultural Center, World Cultural Studies, and the CSU Dominguez Hills 50th Anniversary Committee with the additional generosity of donor Dr. Robert Blaine.



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