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Native American Art Night

Wednesday, Nov 29, 4 pm
University Student Union, Ballrooms

Name: Native American Art Night

Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location: University Student Union, Ballrooms

Description:  Attendees will learn how to create various Native American arts and crafts.  Participants will make their own keychains, corn husk dolls, and twine cordage for various purposes.  Previous crafting knowledge not necessary; bring an open mind and create your own handmade Native American art.  All supplies are...

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California Indian Cultural Awareness Day

Saturday, Nov 18, 12 pm
CSULB Puvungna; Adjacent to Lot 20

Name: California Indian Cultural Awareness Day

Date: Saturday, November 18, 2017

Time: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Location: Puvungna; Adjacent to Lot 20

 

Description: Workshops and activities will be offered to educate attendees on the cultural traditions of various Southern California American Indian Peoples.  We are privileged to have knowledgeable experts who practice and live their traditional ways as participants will be able to attend the following...

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Neemkomok’ (“She Returns”) (2017) Film Screening & Discussion

Thursday, Nov 16, 3:30 pm
Multicultural Center Conference Room, FO3-02

Name: Neemkomok’ (“She Returns”) (2017) Film Screening & Discussion

Date: Thursday, November 16, 2017

Time: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Location: Multicultural Center Conference Room, FO3-02

Description: 1810: Isadora, an Indigenous Californian (Tongva) woman, faces a battle to survive after being emancipated from the abusive Los Angeles mission where she was raised. She's helped by Domingo, a Franciscan friar, on the journey to bring her to a Native village...

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Seri Comca’ac Women’s Artisan Cooperative from Mexico

Wednesday, Nov 8, 1 pm
CSULB Puvungna; Adjacent to Lot 20

Name of Event: Seri Comca’ac Women’s Artisan Cooperative from Mexico

Date: Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Time: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Location: Puvungna; Adjacent to Lot 20

 

Description: Join CSULB as we welcome and host the Seri Comca'ac Women's Artisans Cooperative (from Baja, Mexico). Beautiful artwork, from woodcarving to jewelry to basketry, that is created from the natural environment of Sonora, Mexico will be displayed and sold. All proceeds...

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Native American Heritage Month Kick-Off Celebration

Thursday, Nov 2, 12 pm
University Student Union, Southwest Terrace

Name of Event: Native American Heritage Month Kick-Off Celebration

Date: Thursday, November 2, 2017

Time: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Location: University Student Union, Southwest Terrace

Description:  The Office of Multicultural Affairs invites everyone to join them as they celebrate the kick-off of Native American Heritage Month.  Attendees will enjoy hearing the songs and stories of our Southern California American Indian Peoples in addition to having the...

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Blind to History: Public Art Installation

Nov 1 - Nov 30
Prospector Pete Statue

Name of Event: Blind to History: Public Art Installation

Date: November 1 – November 30, 2017

Location: Prospector Pete Statue

Description:  Please stop by the Prospector Pete statue and observe an art installation that exposes the genocide of hundreds of thousands of California Indigenous people that occurred after the mission and gold rush eras. Take the time to examine the facts of history that have so long been hidden from view.

Presented...

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OUTober (LGBTQIA) Celebration

Please join us throughout the month of October as we celebrate OUTober (LGBTQIA) Celebration. For more information, please visit www.csulb.edu/oma. Thank you! 

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Delta Lambda Phi Presents: Hallows Eve Ball

Tuesday, Oct 24, 7:30 pm
Univerity Student Union, Ballroom

Description: Ball culture is an underground LGBT subculture in the U.S. in which people "walk" (i.e., compete) for trophies and prizes. Participants "walk" (compete) against one another in "balls" judged on dancing skills (voguing), costumes, appearance, and attitude. Participants dress according to the category in which they are competing and are expected to display appropriate "realness."

Presented by:  Delta Lambda Phi, Rho Chapter  http://dlprho.org

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Queer Politicking

Monday, Oct 23, 7:30 pm
University Student Union, Auditotrium

Description: "Queer Politicking" is a short play about a group of queer high school students addressing social issues that plague their community. When Erin More, a student who is never seen in the play, is brutally beaten due a rumor that he is transitioning. The students debate the politics of the incident during a Queer History club meeting.

Presented by:  The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Up & Coming Actors  http://web.csulb.edu/divisions/students/oma/  

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LBSU Project Relief

Thursday, Oct 19, 11 am
Univeristy Student Union, Southwest Terrace

Description: Donate to a community in need. Accepting lightly used clothing, non-perishable foods, and hygiene products for donation. There will also be a card making activity for students to pass on kind words to those receiving gifts as well as a hygiene pack making activity. All items will be donated to the AIDs Food Store.

Presented by:  Beach Pride Events and AIDS Food Store of Long Beach

http://www.asicsulb.org/beachpride

 

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Documentary Screening: OUT RUN

Wednesday, Oct 18, 6:30 pm
University Theater (UTC), 127

Description: A documentary film screening about  Mobilizing working-class transgender hairdressers and beauty queens, the dynamic leaders of the world’s only LGBT political party wage a historic quest to elect a trans woman to the Philippine Congress.

Presented by:  Women’s and Gender Equity Center, Film and Electronic Arts Department, and The LGBTQ Center of Long Beach   http://www.csulb.edu/divisions/students/wrc/  https://www.centerlb.org/

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Navigating Wellness in a Cissexist Culture Workshop

Tuesday, Oct 17, 2:30 pm
University Student Union, Room 205 Huntington Beach

Description: This panel explores the everyday ways in which transgender and gender non-conforming folks navigate a cissexist culture. In achieving this, we center the narratives of trans and GNC students, faculty, and staff and explore healthy approaches to life as trans and GNC people. Cisgender folks are encouraged to participate in the Unpacking Cisgender Privilege workshop and are invited to participate in this event as active listeners, engaged in learning from lived...

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Unpacking Cisgender Privilege: Tools for Becoming a Stronger Ally Workshop

Tuesday, Oct 17, 1 pm
University Student Union, Room 205 Huntington Beach

Description: Cisgender refers to one’s gender identity, expression, and embodiment aligning with the expectations associated with their sex category assigned at birth. This workshop is designed to help participants understand and unpack examples of cisgender privilege. Using experiential activities, participants will have an opportunity to engage in self-awareness and become a stronger ally to transgender and non-binary communities.

Presented by:  Counseling and Psychological...

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Drag Bingo

Monday, Oct 16, 5 pm
University Student Union, Ballroom

Description: Come out and enjoy a fun bingo night with a twist! Hosted by Jewels from Long Beach with special performances by Jasmine Masters from RuPaul's Drag Race and many more! Spectacular performances, amazing prizes, free food, and loads of fun. Must be an LBSU student to play.

Presented by: Beach Pride Events  http://asicsulb.org/beachpride

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Coming Out Monologues

Wednesday, Oct 11, 6 pm
University Student Union, Ballroom

Description: Please join us as we celebrate Coming Out Day by having LBSU students share their coming out experiences as LGBTIQ persons and how coming out has shaped their lives and their lived experiences.

Presented by:  The Office of Multicultural Affairs, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies and Queers and Allies

http://web.csulb.edu/divisions/students/oma/  ...

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#BeachConnections: LGBTIQ+ Issues in Today's Society

Tuesday, Oct 10, 12 pm
The Multicultural Center, FO3 - 02

Description: #BeachConnections is a monthly series of facilitated meetings for students to discuss areas of concerns surrounding ethnicity, identity, disenfranchisement, and national issues. October’s topic will entail discussing the current issues and concerns targeting LGBTIQ+ students in today’s society.

Presented by:  The Division of Student Affairs, The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development ...

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Demystifying the Alphabet Soup: Embracing Sexual Fluidity Workshop

Monday, Oct 9, 6 pm
University Student Union, Room 205 Huntington Beach

Description: This interactive workshop will address various self-identifiers/labels along the continuum of sexual orientation and will normalize various forms of self-identification by sharing personal narratives as well as research.  We will also provide resources on campus as well as in the community.

Presented by:  Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)  http://www.csulb.edu/divisions/students/caps/

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Navigting Sex Positive Relationships Workshop

Thursday, Oct 5, 12:30 pm
Univeristy Student Union, Room 205 Huntington Beach

Description: This panel will focus on different relationship structures, which will include: Polyamory/Ethical Non Monogamy, Monogamy, and BDSM dynamics. Four panelists will talk about what their relationships look like and the features of their relationship that deviate from commonly accepted relationship practices. We will talk about sex positivity and how to navigate these relationship structures in a safe and supportive manner.

 

Presented by: Queers and Allies...

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OUTober Celebration Kick-Off

Tuesday, Oct 3, 12 pm
Southwest Terrace, Universty Student Union

Description: Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs during the OUTober Month Celebration Kick-Off taking place in the University Student Union, Southwest Terrace. Attendees will be able to enjoy a great performance by Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles and delicious food! We hope to see you there as we celebrate the kick off of OUTober Month Celebration at The Beach!

 

Presented by: The Office of Multicultural Affairs: http://web.csulb.edu /divisions/students/oma/

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Next Steps: Networking Mixer

Thursday, Nov 16, 5 pm
The Nugget, CSULB

Join the CSULB campus community as we gather to celebrate the end of "The Next Steps: Graduate Student Preparatory Workshop Series." Attendees will be able to enhance their network and build connections with CSULB administrators, faculty, and staff. Come prepared with your business cards to connect and engage with key individuals and be ready to enjoy the evening. Live entertainment and light refreshments will be provided.

Presented By: The Office of Multicultural Affairs:...

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Graduate Research Conference

Monday, Nov 13, 4 pm
USU Ballrooms

The Graduate Research Conference provides a forum for graduate students (masters, credential, certificate, and doctoral) to showcase their scholarly work and their promise as future innovators, researchers, and academics. This cross-disciplinary event allows graduate students from all fields of study to present their research and network with members from the entire community. All graduate students are encouraged to participate, regardless of where they are in their research projects. The...

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The Cultural Experience: Staying Motivated Through Grad School

Wednesday, Oct 25, 12 pm
FO4-02, The Multicultural Center Conference Room

Learn from those that are currently in grad school and those that have graduated. Panelists will share what they are doing and/or have done to stay motivated throughout graduate school. This is an opportunity to ask questions and for aspiring graduate students to learn what to expect and do to stay motivated through completion of a program.

Presented By: The Office of Multicultural Affairs: http://web.csulb.edu/divisions/students/oma/, Student Life and Development:...

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Funding for PhD Programs

Tuesday, Oct 17, 12 pm
USU 303

This workshop covers the intricate details of funding for PhD programs. The session includes topics such as assistantships, fellowships, scholarships, and loans.

Presented By: Graduate Studies Resource Center: http://www.csulb.edu/graduate-studies-resource-center

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Creating a CV/Résumé for Grad School

Tuesday, Oct 3, 12 pm
USU 205

This workshop provides an overview of how to prepare a CV/résumé for graduate applications, research positions, and scholarships/fellowships. The session will cover best practices on important topics including formatting, word choice, and content to make your CV/résumé competitive for your future academic work.

Presented By: Graduate Studies Resource Center: http://www.csulb.edu/graduate-studies-resource-center

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The Cultural Experience: From Current Grad Students

Tuesday, Oct 3, 12 pm
FO3-02, The Multicultural Center Conference Room

Hear from current graduate students as they share their journeys through their graduate programs. This is an opportunity for aspiring graduate students to meet students in various graduate fields and ask questions about the application process, financial aid, and wellness.

Presented By: The Office of Multicultural Affairs: http://web.csulb.edu/divisions/students/oma/, Student Life and Development: http://web.csulb.edu/divisions/students/sld/, and Graduate Studies Resource Center:...

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