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The Cal State LA Pandemic Diaries Project, organized by the University Library Special Collections and Archives, aims to provide future researchers and historians with a better understanding of how individuals, as well as the collective community, adjusted to the uncertainty of this unprecedented time.
Cal State LA’s participation in the COVID-19 vaccination effort is part of the university’s We Are Healthy LA initiative.
Nearly 20 local businesses and agencies support and participate in the program, providing vocational experience for students.
Services were held at First Baptist Church of Alhambra on Aug. 13.
The exhibition features original works of art by 20 local and international artists, including artists with disabilities, who brought their unique art pieces depicting Frida Kahlo's legendary life, art, and legacy.
The sleek fuel cells will generate clean, reliable electricity on-site at The Alhambra campus with lower CO2 emissions than the local electrical grid and with virtually no particulate emissions that cause smog and respiratory diseases.
Alhambra resident to lead a team of Cal State LA faculty in integrating project-based learning into curriculum, research
The October Disability Art Exhibit at Los Angeles City Hall featured Academy of Special Dreams Foundation and LIFT artists.