CANCELLED | Humanizing Deportation/Humanizando La Deportación - Tuesday, September 26 at 6:30pm in Lundring Events Center
Robert Irwin, PhD, deputy director of the Global Migration Center at UC Davis, will discuss his community-based digital storytelling project, “Humanizing Deportation/Humanizando La Deportación,” which documents the human consequences of contemporary regimes of migration and border control in the United States and Mexico.
The event is free and open to the public.
This event has been cancelled due to an emergency and will hopefully be rescheduled for 2024.
Untold Legacies: Re-Envisioning Ventura County Through an Ethnic Studies Lens - Thursday, October 5 at 11:30am in Swenson 101
CSU Channel Islands professor José M. Alamillo, PhD, will present hidden legacies of racialized communities in Ventura County through a lens that challenges Eurocentric romantic narratives of the past centered on Spanish missions and white pioneers. He will show how Mexican American female activists launched a legal fight to desegregate movie theaters in Ventura County, and highlight the multiethnic working-class neighborhood of Tortilla Flats that existed in downtown Ventura until the late 1950s, when the state of California condemned homes and businesses to build Highway 101.
Ballet Folkórico Mestiza - Thursday, October 5 at 7pm in the Preus-Brandt Forum
Ballet Folklórico Mestizo, in its 42nd year at Oxnard College, celebrates the culture and dance traditions of México. The dance troupe, led by Matilde Sanchez and featuring Oxnard College students, staff and alumni, performs dances from six states in México — Huasteca Potosina, Michoacán, Veracruz, Sinaloa, Chiapas and Jalisco — with historical introductions.
Student Research Symposium - Saturday, October 7 at 10:30am in Soiland Gym
Undergraduate student scholars will present short research talks and an interactive research poster session. Be inspired by their recent findings and innovative ideas in fields such as Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Exercise Science, Psychology, Political Science, and Religion. Students look forward to engaging in scientific discussion and networking with you.
This event is free and is open to the community.
For more information, contact the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Scholarship at email@example.com.
Homecoming Festival - Saturday, October 7 at 4pm in Kingsmen Park
Join us for the 2023 Homecoming Festival!
Enjoy festival foods, carnival rides, lawn games, live music and of course the beer garden.
Each entry includes three drink tickets for non-alcoholic (under 21) or alcoholic beverages (ages 21+).
Homecoming Choral Concert Cal Lutheran Choral Ensembles - Sunday, October 8 at 2pm in Samuelson Chapel
The Cal Lutheran Choir and Cielo (treble chorus) open the season with one of their hallmark concerts, featuring an eclectic program of innovative and exciting choral music.
Admission is free and donations will be accepted.