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.”
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.
A musical story mixed with humor and tragedy hits the stage when the CSUSB Opera Theatre presents “Miss Donnithorne’s Maggot,” held at the CSUSB Performing Arts Recital Hall on Feb. 2, at 7:30 p.m.
In|Dignity, aimed at exploring and dismantling intolerance, will mark the end of its nearly yearlong run with the presentation of an original theatrical presentation it inspired.
Arianna Huhn (anthropology and director of the museum), Annika Anderson (sociology), Brian Levin (criminal justice) and Michael Stull (entrepreneurship) are included in news coverage of various topics.
The end of the CSUSB Anthropology Museum exhibit In|Dignity was officially marked with an original production based on those who contributed stories to it.
The world premiere of the chamber opera “Spiritual Forest” by Japanese composer Koji Nakano will be presented by the Cal State San Bernardino Opera Theatre at the university’s Music Recital Hall.