Ramos, a CSUSB alumnus, and bird singers from Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians gathered in front of the Santos Manuel Student Union North to celebrate the month with traditional singing and dancing.
In addition to celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, this experience is the perfect opportunity for those who haven’t visited these campus locations in person to virtually walk around and interact with one another the same way they would in person. In this truly immersive experience, guests can also meet virtually and have conversations in real-time.
The university is getting a head start on the annual celebration of its Asian, Pacific Islander and South Asian communities. Nationally, Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month is celebrated during the month of May, but because the university has a short month in May with finals, CSUSB starts its celebration in April.
With the construction project now complete, the Santos Manuel Student Union would like to highlight the CSUSB staff members whose coordination and expertise were instrumental in the construction of SMSU North.
Coyote Hour was created to give a time for students to get involved in campus activities, meet with other students and learn about the campus affinity centers.
The Coyotes of Comedy show, which will start at 6 p.m., will feature comedians Steven Briggs, Andy Kern and Brian Kiley, along with magician David Martinez. Proceeds will support the CSUSB Sports and Marketing Scholarship Fund.
To Jesse Felix and Alfredo Barcenas, mentorship is learning from and growing with one another, no matter who is the mentor or mentee. And for both of them, their CSUSB mentorship experiences have gone full circle.
The Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration Office of Academic Equity’s recaps its “Essential Conversations: Anti-Asian Racism,” whose speakers and participants a called for people to educate themselves, to get beyond stereotypes by getting to know the Asian American Pacific Islander communities, and to stop Asian hate.