Here are the minutes from last meeting:
A. Events for all:
- Open-mic night: Kappa Psi Epsilon is hosting an open mic with spoken word, poetry, and musical performances. Thursday, March 1, 6:00-9:30pm. Location: Soroptomist House (Free)
- “What can we do to Counter Religious Discrimination”: CSULB’s Religious Studies Student Association is hosting an event with art exhibits, student presentations, live music and lectures. Friday, March 2, 12:00-3:00pm. Location: USU Ballrooms: (A, B & C).
- Sweatshop Fashion Show: A protest on Cal State Long Beach’s distribution of sweatshop merchandise. This demonstration will raise awareness and hopefully stop CSULB bookstores from selling sweatshop made clothing. Sponsored by SSA and Campus Progressives. Wednesday, March 7, 12:30-1:00pm and Thursday, March 8, 12:30-1:00pm (Free)
- Film screening on Palestine: A film based on Palestine. Thursday, March 8, 8:30-10:30pm. Location: Multicultural Center on campus.
- Physics presentation: Nobel prize winner for physics, Doug Osheroff (1996) will lecture on our campus. Tuesday, March 6, 11:15-1:00pm (Free)
- Seva Cafe: Seva Cafe is based on the idea that giving is better than receiving. This cafe serves free food and coffee-related drinks, and is primarily operated by volunteers. Donations are welcome, and all proceeds are given to charities. Come enjoy the live music, salsa dancing, and overall relaxing environment. Seva Cafe’s last operation day is this Saturday. Saturday, March 3, 5:00-10:00pm. Location: 10th and Redondo Ave. (Free)
- Peace Rally: Anti-war protest in downtown Los Angeles. Saturday, March 17, 12:00-whenever. Location: Vine and Hollywood.
- If you have any ideas for interesting films that we can watch, inform us.
- Any event ideas are welcomed. If you have any interest in a specific lecturer or presentation subject, e-mail us and we can try organizing that event.
Next meeting is:
Wednesday, March 07, 1:00-2:00pm in USU Room 225.
Directions: From the fountain, walk towards the underpass of the USU. Locate the USU computer lab ahead and walk through the sliding glass doors.
I will definitely be attending Osheroff’s talk. He is a brilliant physicist, and we should be supporting our scientists. Not to mention, their is a recording of him finding out about his Nobel Prize – it’s hilarious