A first-generation Haitian American, Kristi Papailler, associate professor of theatre arts, loves sharing her experiences with CSUSB students.
“Book of Longing,” which runs April 26-27, is a song cycle composed for ensemble, singers, spoken word and imagery. CSUSB Opera Theatre will present 65 minutes of the original work.
The free screening of Shalini Kantayya’s 2020 documentary and the faculty panel that follows will be held from noon to 2:15 p.m. at the university’s Santos Manuel Student Union Theater (SMSU South, Room 107). Attendees can also join via Zoom.
CSUSB’s The College Tour episode provides prospective students with the opportunity to learn from 10 current students through their individual perspectives. The program is coming to Amazon Prime in November; however, you can watch the full episode now on CSUSB’s The College Tour website.
Theatre arts assistant professor Kristi Papailler incorporates mindfulness into her classes through the practices of Tai Chi and Qi Gong and often directs shows that inspire positive social change.
Tony Coulson (information and decision science) was interviewed about guarding against identity theft online, and Stacey Fraser (music) was included in a review about the newly released recording, “Voices of the Pearl Volume 3.”
RAFFMA's Festival de Calaveras was featured on Spectrum News 1, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the 'red flags' in the comments made by a California 50th District Congressional Candidate about the group Defend East County.
Meredith Conroy (political science), Mike Stull (entrepreneurship), Kevin Grisham (geography and environmental studies) and Stacey Fraser (music) are included in recent news coverage.
Opera and theatrical performances executed on the stage and in the sand make up the avant-garde film “Still Life After Death,” an 11-minute short featuring soprano and CSUSB professor Stacey Fraser.