UCSD Cross-Cultural Center   Finals Week, March 2010

Graduate Student Office Hours:
FREE Tutoring!
at the Cross-Cultural Center

For questions about schedules, please contact Allia at aihomayo@ucsd.edu

2010-2011 CCC INTERN
Internship information sessions are Center specific.

Cross-Cultural Center:
 Wed. 3/10. 4pm-5pm
Thur. 4/1. 1pm-2pm

LGBT Resource Center:
Wed. 3/3. 4-5pm
Mon. 3/29. 12-1pm

Women's Center:
Thur. 3/11. 3-4pm
Fri. 4/2. 2-3pm
Applications are due:
Arpil 5, 2010 @ 4:00pm

Click here for more info or contact Violeta Gonzales at 858.534.9689 or e-mail at violetag@ucsd.edu.


Monday: 9am-9pm
Tuesday: 9am-9pm
Wednesday: 9am-9pm
Thursday: 9am-9pm
Friday: 9am-4pm

Summer Hours: 9am-4pm




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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.

Women's Center: Tues. 3/16 - Wed. 3/17
SPACES: Wed. 3/17 - Thurs. 3/18

For more info, please visit women.ucsd.edu., or spaces.ucsd.edu
Chevolution: San Diego Latino Film Festival - FREE tickets available NOW!!!che
Luis Lopez & Trisha Ziff
Sunday, March 21st, 5:00pm

14 FREE tickets for UCSD students

How did the iconic image of Che Guevarra end up on beer bottles and bikinis? "Chevolution" tells the story of how one photo became a symbol of leftist and disenfranchised groups across the globe, generations of subsequent protesters, and ultimately marketing gurus. Filmmakers Luis López and Trisha Ziffs thoughtful and ironic documentary investigates how the enduring symbol of Cuba's revolution skyrocketed to fame and was ultimately devoured by its own worst enemy: Capitalism. With appearances by Antonio Banderas and Gael Garcia Bernal.

For more info & free ticket reservations contact Violeta Gonzales at  858.534.9689 or at violetag@ucsd.edu.
La Hermandad Show
Saturday, March 27th, 7pm-11pm
Centro Cultural de la Raza in Balboa Park

Performances and art commemorate and celebrate the unity of the Chicano and Filipino struggle in the fields.

For more info, contact Nancy Magpusao at 858.534.9689 or nmagpusao@ucsd.edu

100th Love Poem for Students of Color
By Vejea Jennings, an alumnus, a former BSU board member, a professor, a motion in the Movement.
Student Involvement Leadership Consultants (SILCs) Applications for 2010-11

SILCs earn $10.50/hour and work about 10 hours/week!

Visit Port Triton to read Job Posting #728319 online
Wellness Journalism
The Office of Student Wellness is focusing on "Social Wellness".

Check out their blog!
Student Health Advocates
is collecting donations of TEABAGS for their annual event on destressing. Collection Box located at CCC front desk.
APIASF Higher Education Summit
June 23rd, 2010

For more info please visit here
Student Dialogue Toolkit Training
Presented by the Intergroup Relations Program
Wednesday March 10th: 3-4:30pm in the Price Center Bear Room

Wednesday March 31st: 3-4:30pm in the Price Center Bear Room

Please RSVP for your preferred session at least 1 day in advance to: irp@ucsd.edu. For questions or more information, call 858-534-6708.
Hope Initiative, Inc.
For more information please click here!

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HUGHES SCHOLAR PROGRAM 2010 Summer Research Program
Apply online at hsp.ucsd.edu

Film Documentary

ETHN 189
California's Public
Education Crisis
Spring 2010
Fridays, 12pm-2:50pm

click here for more info

THDT 109
African American Theater
Sec ID# 676715
Mondays 6-8:50pm

In light of the past few weeks at UCSD, need to discuss race in performance? Let's keep the dialogue going - Sign up for African American theater to learn the real history of the drama and discuss the words of influential playwrights who made (and continue to make) artistic inroads in the social culture of America. From slave rituals and oral performance to the Harlem Renaissance, from Civil Rights to civil disobedience, from for colored girls to The Colored Museum, The class will mix plays and readings about theater and the politics of theater with in-class performances and plays on film.

Any questions? Email Aimee Zygmonski at alzygmon@ucsd.edu.
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
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.

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...

TDGE 127
The Films of Spike Lee
Wednesdays 6:30-9:20pm
Dr. Nadine George-Graves

Students will examine the work of this important filmmaker in terms of: style; genre; screenwriting; directing; cinematography; recurring themes; the place of this work in (African) American history; race and movie industry politics and critical responses.

Any questions? E-mail
TA: Maiya Murphy at