NEED A PLACE TO STUDY FOR FINALS?
Each day, from the evening of December 6th to the morning of December 10th, one of the Campus Community Centers or SPACES will be OPEN 24 HOURS.
- Women's Center:
Open 24 hours:
Tues.12/8 - Wed.12/9
- SPACES: Open 24 hours: Wed. 12/9 - Thurs.12/10
We'll have study space, games, fun, and a ridiculous amount of coffee.
FINALS WEEK HOURS
Monday: (24 hours) Open 9am closing Tuesday 9pm
RESERVE A ROOM
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THE 2008-09 ANNUAL REPORT IS HERE and READY FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE!
|FILM SCREENING: WALLS: CANVAS, GRAFFITI: URBAN ART
Sociology Conference Room (Social Science Building 101)Wed Dec 9. 12:50pm
Walls: Canvas, Graffiti: Urban Art traces graffiti from its illegal roots to being an urban art form and commercialized product. Asking the question, "what is graffiti?", the filmmakers expose the manifestation of graffiti art as expressions of empowerment. Talking with several graffiti artists in San Diego and patrons of Writerz Blok, a local non-profit with a sanctioned graffiti park, the film showcases various points of view on the politics of graffiti culture in contemporary times. Producers and organizers of events centered around urban art explore the meaning of "graffiti" and how it has changed over the last several decades, particularly as it has entered mainstream culture. This riveting exploration of graffiti culture in San Diego is sure to make you rethink previously conceived notions of graffiti.
|30th ANNUAL SAN DIEGO MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. PARADE AND DAY OF SERVICE
Downtown San Diego. Sat Jan 16. 10-12pm
FREE transportation (UCSD Students Only) Meet at the Sun God Parking Lot by 8:30 am. If you have your own transportation, you can join UCSD at 9:15 a.m. at the Petco Park Parade Staging Area located at Petco's Tailgate Park on 13th St. and Imperial Ave. FREE T-shirt given out at parade staging area. 1st come, 1st served. MLK Jr. Day of Service (Post-Parade): Participate in helping to restore and maintain historic National City Living History Farm Preserve! Sign-up at the One Stop desk on the 3rd !oor of Price Center East by 1/13. Sign up at the following locations: Revelle: Why Not Here? Lounge;
Muir: MOM; Marshall: Student Affairs Office; Warren: Student Affairs Office, Res Life & the Student Activities Center; Roosevelt: Student Affairs Office & Res Life Office; Sixth: Pepper Canyon Hall 2nd Floor Front Desk; Center for Student Involvement (Price Center East).
|WINTER 2010 CRITICAL GENDER STUDIES COURSE ON ASIAN DIASPORAS
looks at issues surrounding Filipina women, both in the Philippines and around
the world, to understand their struggles and engage with the question: are they
best understood as subordinate members, exploited according to their gender and
sexual identities, or as subversive agents of resistance? Reading
both fictional and critical literature, watching film, and engaging in
discussion, we will explore their experiences and think about the ways in which
other racialized, gendered subjects negotiate different contexts.
Instructor: Harrod Suarez Department of
Section ID: 668811 Meets: Tuesday/Thursday
Time: 11:00am - 12:20pm Room: WLH 2204