Alexis McCurn Explores the Survivial of Black Women in the City in New Book, The Grind

Alexis McCurn remembers the exchange she had one day with her neighbor Ruth: She was sitting on the front steps of her former East Oakland apartment when the 19yearold mother... Read More

CSUDH Students Deep Dive into Research

Tackling a spectrum of investigative topics California State University Dominguez Hills CSUDH students in the universitys federally funded scholarship programsMcNair Scholars Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement RISE Maximizing Access to... Read More

Legacy Marks the Male Success Alliance’s 10th Anniversary

Thomas Richardson was a shy and unassuming teenager in South Los Angeles who didnt express his feelings too often even with his family until one day when he decided to... Read More

University Inaugurates Thomas A. Parham as 11th President

Words of admiration and promise filled the Loker Student Union Grand Ballroom as California State University Dominguez Hills CSUDH celebrated the investiture of President Thomas A. Parham on Feb. 8.The... Read More

Sarah Taylor’s Book ‘On Being Maya and Getting By’ Highlights Economic Ingenuity of Indigenous Villagers

After the ancient city of Ek Balamwith its remarkably well preserved Maya sculptureswas unearthed on the Yucatn Peninsula in the late 1980s the Mexican government gave control of the site... Read More