The late Ray Rodriquez, a strong voice for the Hispanic community, has a collection of his influential works housed in the University Library.
A carport solar system, produced by SunPower®, will be constructed in Lot 7 on the south side of campus and in Lot 14 in the northwest section.
The Southern California Acoustic Telemetry Tracking Network’s new website allows the public to follow ocean animals as they migrate along the Pacific coast.
Lane Olsen-Cooper from the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, has been named the most recent Employee of the Month.
The plight of the farm worker will continue as the topic of a class offered next spring from Chicano and Latino Studies.
According to researchers, recent samplings of local kelp showed no detectable Fukushima radiation entered the kelp ecosystem along the West Coast.
Individuals filled the Beach Auditorium to listen to a panel discussion titled “A for Accountability: A Report Card on California’s New Public-School Assessments.”