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2021
November
22,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Stanley Rodriguez, a lecturer in American Indian studies at Cal State San Marcos, has been appointed to the California Native American Heritage Commission by Gov. Gavin Newsom.  Rodriguez was one of six appointments announced by Newsom last month. Fi...
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November
19,
2021
| 15:56 PM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos psychology professor Daniel Berry has written a manuscript on the intersection of mindfulness meditation and interracial social interactions that has been published in the academic journal Social Psychological and Personality Sci...
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November
18,
2021
| 09:39 AM America/Los_Angeles
The Student Poster Showcase annually promotes the success of student research and creativity at Cal State San Marcos, and the fall 2021 event was no exception. The event, held Nov. 9 outside of the University Student Union, provided a valuable learni...
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November
17,
2021
| 12:29 PM America/Los_Angeles
The last Arts and Lectures event of the fall semester features Black Took Collective, a performance group composed of three award-winning LGBTQ Black poet-performers: Duriel Harris, Dawn Lundy Martin and Ronaldo V. Wilson.Black Took Collective’s pres...
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November
12,
2021
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
As a student of criminology and justice studies at CSUSM, Jordyn Young was immediately captivated by the study of people, cultures and human dynamics.“I love studying about humanity,” said Young about the CSUSM program. “Learning about the potential ...
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November
08,
2021
| 14:00 PM America/Los_Angeles
The sixth Arts and Lectures event of the semester focuses on the film “Deported,” which looks at immigration issues from a different angle. The panel includes Rachèle Magloire, the film’s director, and Guerline Jozef, a leading immigration expert who...
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November
03,
2021
| 17:13 PM America/Los_Angeles
Throughout the month of November, Cal State San Marcos will be celebrating and recognizing the contributions of American Indians with a series of special events as part of Native American Heritage Month.Now more commonly referred to as American India...
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November
03,
2021
| 10:06 AM America/Los_Angeles
Growing up in San Marcos, Lesly Rodriguez’s family didn’t have a lot of money.Her parents worked a lot. Often, that not only meant making sacrifices, but also less time for her family to spend together.But as an elementary school student, Rodriguez d...
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October
29,
2021
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
The fall Student Poster Showcase, which promotes student research and creative activity accomplishments, will be held from noon-1 p.m. on Nov. 9 in Forum Plaza.The event is free and open to the public, but attendees are asked to register in advance.T...
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October
26,
2021
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos professor Bonnie Bade is part of a team of academic researchers who came together last year to study the effects of COVID-19 on the vulnerable population of farmworkers throughout the state.  The COVID-19 Farmworker Study (COFS) ...
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October
25,
2021
| 09:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
The fifth Arts and Lectures event of the semester features jose e. abad, who is a multidisciplinary choreographer, DJ and curator who centers their work around the complexities of cultural identity. The presentation, “Rhythmic Ancestries: Film Screen...
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October
22,
2021
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
Like many Americans, Kiora Ridgeway took to the streets after the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer in May 2020.The Cal State San Marcos sociology student and volleyball player was in her hometown of Portland at the time, having ...
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October
19,
2021
| 11:27 AM America/Los_Angeles
The Cal State San Marcos faculty has grown more diverse this semester. A new program at the university helped make it that way and will do its best to keep it that way. Seven new professors are on campus this fall as CSUSM has joined the ranks of uni...
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October
15,
2021
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
Six CSUSM biology professors are among 78 CSU faculty members who received COVID-19 Research Recovery Microgrant Program awards from the California State University Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology (CSUPERB).CSUPERB announced the a...
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October
12,
2021
| 11:16 AM America/Los_Angeles
The fall 2021 (Re) Sounding Visions series includes five events featuring BIPOC artists, musicians and scholars whose work focuses on “unearthing invisibilized histories, calling attention to present injustices, and envisioning more equitable futures...
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October
08,
2021
| 09:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
The fourth Arts and Lectures event of the semester features a group of panelists from Chola Vida, an organization that supports former and active female gang members. The presentation, “Chola Vida: Homegirls Navigating the Barrio to Academia,” is at ...
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October
07,
2021
| 09:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
The third Arts and Lectures event of the semester features award-winning writer Irene Sanchez, who will share her experiences as a high school Latinx studies teacher through poetry and testimony.Sanchez’s presentation, “Tell Them Where You're From: T...
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September
30,
2021
| 08:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
The second Arts & Lectures event of the semester features four diverse speakers examining the parallels between local, regional and global voices and movements for social justice. The event, “Global Movements for Social Justice,” is at noon on Oct. 1...
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September
29,
2021
| 13:14 PM America/Los_Angeles
Adam Dodge, the co-founder of Ending Technology-Enabled Abuse (EndTAB), is the featured speaker for the first Arts & Lectures event of the fall semester.Dodge’s presentation, “Staying Safe When Relationships Go Digital,” is at 6 p.m. on Oct. 5 on Zoo...
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September
16,
2021
| 10:04 AM America/Los_Angeles
This time last year, the words “critical race theory” would have elicited a quizzical look and a shrug outside of a very small percentage of Americans.  These days, the once-obscure academic term is almost inescapable, on the lips of politicians, TV ...
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September
14,
2021
| 15:20 PM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos sociology professor Marisol Clark-Ibáñez is co-guest editor of a forthcoming national journal publication focused entirely on undocumented students.“College Access and Success for Undocumented Students” is a special edition of th...
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September
03,
2021
| 09:00 AM America/Los_Angeles
Mental health has always been important to Antoinette Chanel, but it has taken on a deeper meaning for her over the past 18 months.“Getting a handle on my anxiety and my depression is something that has been big for me,” said Chanel, who graduated fr...
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August
09,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
An appearance by the award-winning performance group Black Took Collective highlights the fall lineup of the longstanding Arts & Lectures series at Cal State San Marcos.  Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the series will be presented in a virtual ...
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July
13,
2021
| 12:15 PM America/Los_Angeles
Like most Americans, Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall awoke last Wednesday to the stunning news that Haiti’s president, Jovenel Moïse, had been assassinated in a brazen act of political violence.Like very few Americans, however, Sepinwall brought to the in...
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June
30,
2021
| 14:53 PM America/Los_Angeles
Cal State San Marcos professor Joely Proudfit has been appointed by California Gov. Gavin Newsom to the Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, becoming the first Indigenous woman named to the organization. Established as a state agency in 1965,...
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June
29,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
For most graduating students, receiving the opportunity to sing at their university’s commencement would be the performative highlight of the year, if not many years.For Rachael Groeneweg, it was merely the kickoff for what will surely be a summer to...
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June
18,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
One of the foundational rules of improvisational comedy is to say yes. To use a common example, if you’re performing a skit with a partner and they point their finger at you and exclaim, “Freeze, I have a gun,” the scene won’t go very far if you obse...
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June
16,
2021
| 14:09 PM America/Los_Angeles
Hollywood is notorious for shying away from certain subjects while severely watering down others.One such seemingly untouchable subject has been the Haitian Revolution, which ended in 1804 with the successful uprising against French colonial rule by ...
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June
09,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/Los_Angeles
Rebecca Lush can thank pure happenstance for the latest honor of her scholarly career.  As a longtime professor of literature and writing studies at Cal State San Marcos, Lush is a member of the Western Literature Association and a past president of ...
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June
07,
2021
| 09:02 AM America/Los_Angeles
The electrical engineering program is among 17 teams from colleges and universities across the country selected to participate in the 2022 Marine Energy Collegiate Competition: Powering the Blue Economy.The competition, which is hosted by the U.S. De...
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