Splattered with paint marks of other student’s handprints, sophomore public affairs major Jaime Kons hula dances while snacking on a Hawaiian shaved ice treat.
Yibin “Frank” Zhang talks with Araceli Sanchez, one of the advisers from the International Student Organization, before the club’s welcome back picnic lunch Tuesday at the Hanawalt House.
Campus events for the week of Oct. 6, 2014.
Students, faculty and staff created a mandala on a white sheet, which formed a unified symbol of peace in the universe on Sept. 19 during the International Day of Peace ceremony.
Sigma Kappa sorority held its annual Rock painting and fundraiser on Monday designed to bring awareness to the dangers of hazing during National Hazing Prevention Week.
People from different races and religions came together Sunday for the Sixth Annual Interfaith Peace Walk to commemorate the International Day of Peace.
Being the youngest member of a research group might intimidate some people, but for Katie Rosenthal, junior chemistry major, this minor detail only motivated her to keep working toward her personal goal as a scientist.
Stressed out students and staff may have a meditative remedy: “The Quiet Spot.” The twice-weekly mediations will take place from 12:05 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, and from 7:30 a.m. to 7:55 a.m. Thursdays in the Interfaith Chapel.
Phi Delta Theta members Wesly Tan, Albert Khalbourji, Thomas Richetts, Nick Vasquez, Paul Clark, Benjamin Deuson and Daniel Gonzalez work at the fraternity’s booth during Rush Week.
For Jezabel Chavez, bows are not just an accessory – they are business. Chavez began her business, Jezabow, her senior year at Romona Convent Secondary School.