UCLA professor speaks to physics students

Professor Katsuhi Arisaka from the Department of Physics and Astronomy at UCLA came to speak to any interested students or faculty  about the creation of the universe and the scientific connections between the brain of the C. elegan and the human during break on Monday. Arisaka began his lecture by discussing the origins of the […]

Technical issues halt Cabaret performance

The light board and haze machine froze at the start of the second act of Cabaret, causing the performance to halt Saturday. As the lights flashed and the haze on the stage built, one of the directors of the show, Michele Spears, announced to the audience that the musical needed to pause to fix the […]

Staff discusses DEI summer reading

Staff and faculty members will attend lunches to discuss the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion summer reading book, “Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do” by Claude Steele throughout October. After the staff expressed a wish for professional development in DEI, these meetings expanded from their original focus to training. Steele will […]

Cheer and Community Council raise money for hurricane victims

Community Council and the varsity cheer team hosted a bake sale Sept. 20 to raise money for Americares, an organization helping to save lives and rebuild communities in areas affected by Hurricanes Maria, Irma and Harvey.   “We were all definitely pretty shook after hearing about Hurricane Harvey; it just took a while to get […]