By Seungkyung Baek |Staff Writer| Building better relationships by understanding personality – a workshop offered to help people reflect a their own personality and communicate with others in relationships. It was held at the Lower Commons, Panorama Room, on Nov. 2, from noon to 1:30 p.m. “The event was a workshop where we talked only education but also practice with the information. We talked about people’s personality,” Heather Webster-Henry, outreach coordinator of counseling and psychological service. The event covered relationships and focused on how important it is to know individual personalities. “So the students began by taking personality inventory. Then, once … [Read more...] about Building better relationships by understanding personality.
By Shirleena Baggett |Staff Writer| Students across the campus are in an uproar over the requirement to take the “End Sexual Violence” training. Ninety-nine percent of the 40 classmates I conversed with about this topic would have preferred to spend their time studying or eating than taking the course. The program was designed to be interactive in hopes to bring knowledge to the participants, preventing sexual assault and domestic violence on college campuses. It also meets the Campus Save Act and Title IX mandates for federally funded schools, according to not-anymore.com. “We have enough to do, especially as graduate students,” said student Richard Contreras. CSUSB … [Read more...] about No More, I say
By Gabbie Corral |Staff Writer| The glamour, glitz and risqué art of burlesque dancing comes to CSUSB. The Women’s Resource Center in the Santos Manuel Student Union (SMSU) held a workshop on May 7 that taught students the history and evolution of burlesque dancing as well as choreography typically found in modern performances. “I’ve always liked burlesque. I’ve seen it on TV and I just love the costumes, so joining my friend was fun even though I wasn’t that good at the moves,” said student Carolina Mejia. Burlesque dancing first originated in Europe during the early 18th century as a form of theatrical entertainment performed primarily by women. The early performances were … [Read more...] about Burlesque workshop sassifies students