Samuel Betances engages audience at CSUSB’s Symposium on Race
Fri, Apr 18 2014
Addressing an audience of nearly 200 at CSUSB’s inaugural Symposium on Race and Race Relations on April 16, Samuel Betances engaged them on a sensitive subject using “repeat-after-me” instructions, real-life scenarios and humor.
“Sex, Drugs and Depression: Consequences of Prozac Exposure During Adolescence,” guest speaker Sergio Iñiguez, 2 p.m., Lower Commons, Pine Room
“Postmodern Constructivism in China Today,” guest speaker Zhihe Wang, 12 p.m., John M. Pfau Library room 4005