What is affirmative consent? Is it rape if someone says "no" after sex has begun? Can a person who is under the influence of alcohol or other drugs give legal consent for sex? Does "no" ever mean "yes"? Join us for this interactive exploration of consent and what it takes to avoid sexual misconduct and violence.
Interested in the world or living abroad for a year? Learn about the many opportunities available to experience a different country and earn a degree, teach English, or research a project. Students can RSVP on the National & International Scholarships and Fellowships Program webpage.
What are primary sources? What is Special Collections and Archives? How can I use these to enhance my research papers and assignments? Let us help! Join us for a series of hands-on, interactive workshops provided by University Library Special Collections & Archives staff, and you could have a chance to win $500! Just attend a workshop and submit a paper using one of our collections.
Join us for spring semester markets showcasing various food, drinks and crafts from independent vendors and farmers in the Greater Los Angeles Area. Don't forget your reusable bags! You'll need them to carry around those organic and locally grown fruits, breads, honey and more.
The University Library is excited to invite you to the opening reception of "The LA River: The Past, the Present, and the Future," an art exhibit that has been created in collaboration with the Los Angeles Times. The exhibit will feature original photographs of the L.A. River from the Los Angeles Times Archives spanning a hundred years. This exhibition is curated by Choi Chatterjee, Sergio Maldonado, Jewelyn Mims and Mark Wild, and has been made possible by generous grants from Los Angeles Times and the University Library.