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LOOK OUT FOR
2010-2011
CCC INTERN
APPLICATIONS COMING OUT MARCH 5TH!
 
Internship information sessions:
 Wed. 3/10. 4pm-5pm
Thur. 4/1. 1pm-2pm
 
Please contact Violeta Gonzales at 858.534.9689 or e-mail at violetag@ucsd.edu.
 
UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS
Pinay Weekpinayweek
Presented by Cross-Cultural Center
March 1st-5th, 2010


Join us, Kamalayan Kollective, as we highlight the stories, experiences, struggles, triumphs, and lives of Pinays. We are hosting dialogues and programs to honor the revolutionary herstory and political power of Pinays, raise awareness, and organize for change.
 
Event Description: Click Here!
Website: http://kamalayankollective.wordpress.com/
Email: ucsdkamalayan@gmail.com
Revolutionary Love Seriesrevoluntionary love flyer
Presented by Cross-Cultural Center
Wednesday, March 3rd @ Noon

CCC Library


Come join us! Each week, matters  around activism, identity, wellness, and self-reflection will be discussed.
 
Week 9 - "Revolutionary Love"
March 4th Day of Action!

Events at UCSD:

ALL DAY: OPEN UNIVERSITY TEACH-OUT: We are asking professors and TAs to teach their classes/sections outside as a sign of solidarity with the March 4 protesters. If you have class on Thursdays, help us spread the word about this by asking your instructor to participate in this.

11:00am - Press Conference (w/ panel of Workers, Staff, Undergrad, Grads, and Faculty). Location: Cross Cultural Center Art Space (2nd Floor, Price Center East).

11:30am - Meet up in front of the Gilman Dr. Parking Structure (corner of Villa la Jolla Dr.) and march on over to Library Walk

12:00pm-1:30pm - Rally in front of Geisel Library (Silent Tree) on Library Walk (there will be lots of speakers and performers; more details to follow).

1:30pm - Mobilize people to get on #150 buses and go downtown for March to the Governor's office (see below)

Ending: we're still figuring out how this will end. Some students have discussed setting up a tent city. More details about that to follow.

For more information please click here!
Campus Black Forumcbf
Thursday, March 4th, 4:30pm-6:30pm
Cross-Cultural Center Library

Thursday, March 11th, 4:30pm-6:30pm
Forum 4th floor Price Center East

An informal gathering where students, faculty, and staff of African descent, and community members of San Diego come together to discuss experiences and issues dealing with African American community; seeking to empower, encourage, and bring about greater awareness and positive change on college campuses and in the African American communities of San Diego.

For more info, contact: Dr. Briana Boyd. 858.534.0252. bboyd@ucsd.edu

Breather Series: Intro to Boxing

Thursday, March 11

12pm-1pm, CCC Comunidad

Boxing Gloves
Finals got you stressed? Furloughs got you frustrated? How about neither and you just want to box! Ernesto Martinez, boxing instructor and former professional boxer, of LVL5 Jiu Jitsu and Wrestling Gym, will be here to teach a boxing class Thursday March 11th, 12pm at the Cross-Cultural Center. Arrive 15 minutes early for boxing glove prep.Comfortable clothing or gym attire highly recommended. Equipment will be provided, however, if you have wraps or gloves, feel free to bring them. The class size is limited to 15, so grab your spot by emailing violetag@ucsd.edu. Please come fifteen minutes early for preparation. No prior boxing experience necessary.

OPEN 24 HOURS: Need a Place to Study for Finals?

Open 24 hours
Each day, from the evening of March 14th to the morning of March 18th, one of the Campus Community Centers or SPACES.

We'll have study space, games, fun, and a ridiculous amount of coffee.

LGBT Resource Center: Sun. 3/14 - Mon. 3/15
Cross-Cultural Center: Mon. 3/15 - Tues. 3/16
Women's Center: Tues. 3/16 - Wed. 3/17
SPACES: Wed. 3/17 - Thurs. 3/18


For more info, please visit ccc.ucsd.edu, lgbt.ucsd.edu, women.ucsd.edu., or spaces.ucsd.edu

CAMPUS COMMUNITY CENTERS
100th Love Poem for Students of Color
By Vejea Jennings, an alumnus, a former BSU board member, a professor, a motion in the Movement.

black / brown / yellow   mindstrokes genius
canvas me a campus   fingerprint a fist in public
in the face of what's missing   us and them / immense
black / brown / yellow   brilliant   well-read / earth-bred
research me a future   pen tomorrows in obsidian
in sienna   in amber    then recite it aloud
into the mouths of children   into the ears of elders   
and our communities will be better for it
 
black / brown / yellow   shades imagine
dream with your hands    act with your minds
question the answers   color a campus
rainbow a moment   then tone it black
magic it brown   burn it yellow
and our communities will be better for it
 
black / brown / yellow   sound back
echo all that you learn   gift us urgency and more
we adore you   black / brown / yellow
and we know   we support you
with hearts of hard silk
with minds of new fabric
and our communities will be better for it
Confronting Internalized Phobias

InternalizedPhobiaThursday, March 4th, 2010
4pm, LGBT Resource Center

Fear, Shame, Hate, Guilt. These are all emotions that can be associated with internalized phobias that members of the Queer community may experience on a regular basis. Why do we, as human beings, hate ourselves sometimes? Why do we internalize the fear and hate that others carry about what is unknown to them? 
 
Please join us, as we critically explore ourselves and these questions. Light refreshments will be served. For questions or more information, please contact Marissa.Yenpasook@gmail.com.
The LGBT Undergraduate Scholarship Program is here - APPLY NOW!

lgbt scholarshipsThe LGBT undergraduate scholarship program encourages gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender UCSD students to apply for the six $1,000 scholarships made possible by generous contributions from many people, including Chris Arrott, Michael Marx and Donald Marshall, Russ Ty, and from funds in memory of Tracee Parsons and Stephen P. L'Italien, Jr.

The objective of the undergraduate scholarship program is to recognize and encourage academic excellence and to offer financial support to meritorious students
.

Download applications at LGBT Scholarships Informaiton.

Due on March 12, 2010 at 4:00pm to the LGBT Resource Center.
COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS
Student Health Advocates
is collecting donations of TEABAGS for their annual event on destressing. Collection Box located at CCC front desk.
NHLI: 2010 Summer Program Opportunity for Undergrad Latinas

NHLI's Latina's Learning to Lead Summer program selects 22 Fellows annually. Session topics include effective communication & presentation skills, public policy issues affecting the Latino community, and more.Deadline is March 26.

To see requirements & application, please visit: www.nhli.org
V-DAY SAN DIEGO 2010 presents
Eve Ensler's...

VAGINA MONOLGUES
Wednesday, March 3rd
Friday March 5th
Saturday March 6th
8PM - Diversionary Theatre
4545 Park Boulevard

Tix $20 @ Door & Online
www.innermissionproductions.org
Proceeds benefit the Center for Community Solutions [CCS]

친구사이 (Chingusai)
Meets Wednesdays 4pm-5pm Week 3,5,7, & 9 in the Conference Room at the Cross-Cultural Center. For more information, contact kqrean@gmail.com.
Want to be more involved with middle school and high school students? If so, come volunteer for Comienza con un Sueņo on Saturday, March 6!

Please register here!
MSU 100% HAPA
Film Documentary

http://vimeo.com/5105866
The 7th Annual SIAPS Overnight Program
April 8-10, 2010

We are looking for UCSD students who live on campus and would like to introduce incoming students to the university environment & campus life at UCSD! For more info...

siaps@ucsd.edu
spaces.ucsd.edu
LEGEND

Events Outside UCSD Blue
Other Dept Events White
Student Org Events Purple

Opportunities Light Green
Interested in a Solution to California's Budget Woes?
GEORGE LAKOFF
Professor of Linguistics
UC Berkeley

March 5th, 2010
6PM UCSD Center Hall 105

Prof. Lakoff will speak about how to pass the California Democracy Act! If passed, it would require only a 51% majority to make much needed changes in our state government.
Passport to Leadership
It's Fun to Disagree: Mediating Conflict in Your Life
Friday, March 5, 2010
3PM-4:30PM
Green Table Room, Price Center West-Level 2
HUGHES SCHOLAR PROGRAM 2010 Summer Research Program
Apply online at hsp.ucsd.edu

THE CHEROKEE NATION HISTORY COURSE is being offered to residents of San Diego and surrounding areas. Registration is FREE and must be received by 5:00 PM, March 10, 2010.
 
For more information contact Julia Coates at 530-383-9396 or julia-coates@cherokee.org.

University Art Gallery
M(other)land: works by lauren woods
 
March 2, 6:30pm
Visual Arts Facility, Performance Space

March 5, 2pm
University Art Gallery, Mandeville Center

March 9, 9:30am
University Art Gallery, Mandeville Center

For more info call 858.534.0419 or visit uag.ucsd.edu
Would you like to be a part of this year's Admit Day & Transfer Day? The Office of Admissions and Relations with Schools is looking for student volunteers! Please e-mail
Jed Schlueter at

 jschlueter@ucsd.edu
by March 15, 2010 if you are interested or have any questions.
Admit Day is Sat. April 10 from 8am-2pm & Transfer Day is Sat. May 8 from 9am-3pm.
V-DAY SAN DIEGO 2010 presents

The MENding Monologues
Originated by Derek Dujardin and Co-founded with Brad Luky & Tom Puetz
Thursday, March 4th
Starts 8PM
Saturdayday March 6th
Sunday March 7th
Starts 2PM
Diversionary Theatre

4545 Park Boulevard

Tix $20 @ Door & Online
www.innermissionproductions.org
Proceeds benefit the Center for Community Solutions [CCS]

UC San Diego Comprehensive Research Center in Health Disparities (CRCHD) Public Information Internship.
For more info contact
Ethel Lu at (619) 681-0688 or email at erlu@ucsd.edu.

Wellness Journalism
The Office of Student Wellness is focusing on "Social Wellness".

Check out their blog!