Self-Help Graphics hosted its 42nd annual Dia De Los Muertos event earlier this month that brings local printmakers together with a variety of vendors.
Every fall semester, Student Health Services (SHS) and the nursing department team up and give free flu shots to the community and students took advantage on Monday in the quad.
Loud counts of “1, 2, 3,” direct a group of students learning steps to a new routine in room W102. Minutes later, they partner up and get into a big circle and start practicing the new routine with salsa music in the background.
Nature is often seen as a place of peace and quiet, but artist Pierre Picot perceives nature in a completely different way. Picot paints his own form of nature by taking it to another reality. Instead of painting nature in a traditional representation, he paints nature in an imaginary world with a splash of colors and chaos.
The tallest building in Los Angeles was conquered by a Lancer in record time last month.
As the show’s start time came closer, the stage dimmed with pink and orange lights and guests began to fill up Westerbeck Recital Hall. Within minutes, it became a full house.
The lights are dimmed around the theater, bright and focused on the stage. The cast from “Real Women Have Curves” comes up to the stage and introduce themselves. Minutes later, they begin to rehearse a scene that shows what this play really is about.