Events

Tuesday, November 6

Library Holiday Children's Book Drive

This Fall, help us share the magic of reading with the children of Los Angeles. For a child, a book can be something akin to magic: books can take them...

Touchdown in the Time of Discrimination (Ongoing Exhibition)

When sports are at the mercy of politics, how do players and coaches respond? Looking beyond our collective institutional memory, we can turn to a time in...

Sincere and Emotional: Stories of Connection (Ongoing Exhibition)

A 21st century activist poster. A 16th century book on mourning. A 20th century poem jotted on a dinner menu. What do these vastly different artifacts have...

Judy Dater: Only Human

Spanning five decades of the artist's work, Judy Dater: Only Human is the first exhibition in over twenty years to explore the career of Bay Area...

Feed The Hungry - Fall 2018

Every Tuesday, we gather in front of Sacred Heart Chapel or in "The Cave" (the lower level of the chapel) at 11:30 AM to prepare 100 sack lunches. Then at 12...

Registration and Letters of Recommendation Workshop

Need to learn how to register for spring classes? Thinking about asking for letters of recommendation? Come learn about helpful tools, tips, and resources....

Study Abroad 101

Information sessions for Semester and Summer Study Abroad Programs. You are required to attend Study Abroad 101 as part of your application. All Study Abroad...

Economics Seminar Series: Tim Lohse

Speaker: Tim Lohse, Berlin School of Economics and Law About the Speaker Dr. Lohse will be presenting: Gender differences in face-to-face deceptive...

"Exploring Asian Culture" Info Session

This course provides an overview of the recent socio-political history of China, Japan and Korea, in order to help students understand the ways in which...

"Global Sustainability: Challenges and Prospects in East Asia" Info Session

This course takes a close look at what is happening in business strategy today through the ‘lens’ of sustainability. We will explore corporate sustainability...

A Conversation with Roger Ames

A public talk and discussion on Comparative and Chinese philosophy with Roger T. Ames, Professor Emeritus at the University of Hawaii and Humanities Chair...

"Victimas del Pecado"/"Victims of Sin" (Il Cinema Ritrovato On Tour)

Legendary director Emilio “El Indio” Fernández’s classic cabaret melodrama centers on Afro-Caribbean music, showcasing its greatest star, the incandescent...

The Art of Sushi Making

In celebration of WorldFest, the Center for Asian Business, Asian Pacific Student Services, Kyodai, Nikkei Student Union and Office for International...

The American Institute for Levinassian Studies Presents: "Phenomenology and Artistic Creation"

Round table organized with Loyola Marymount University, and the support the William H. Hannon Library, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, and the...

"In a Lonely Place" (Il Cinema Ritrovato On Tour)

Film noir doesn’t get any darker than this emotionally charged tale featuring Humphrey Bogart as a fading screenwriter suspected of murder and Gloria Grahame...

Tuesday, November 6