Brianna Schaer & Sierra Patheal
The Anatomy of Hate: A Dialogueto Hope
The Multicultural Center is hosting a documentary filmed by Mike Ramsdell, which explores what hate is and how to overcome it. Juxtaposing the ideology of white supremacists, anti-gay Christian Fundamentalists, Muslim extremists, Palestinian Intifada, Israeli soldiers and settlers, and US Forces in Iraq with interviews from experts in psychology, sociology, and neurology, Ramsdell explores what makes humans hate. The film is free and will screen at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 14th in the USU Beach Auditorium. For more information, call the MCC at (562) 985-8150.
Yes, the Union does care about sports. You may think we don’t due to the small amount of sports coverage we have. Well, I’m going to use this opportunity to shamelessly request somebody, anybody, to write the cool things going on with Long Beach State Athletics. Email me (
). I dare you. The next home game for the Dirtbags is a series against Wichita State at Blair Field from March 15th to March 17th. The team will play Friday at 6pm, Saturday at 2pm, and Sunday at 1pm.
The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics presents a Fellows Colloquium at The Chartroom at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 14th. Assistant Professor Prashanth Jaikumar will speak on Cosmic Yin-Yang: The Bright and Dark Sides of Our Universe. This is sure to be a mind-opening lecture that may introduce you to stimulating topics to impress your friends with later.
Spoken Word Performance
Project OCEAN’s Spoken Word Performance will be held on Wednesday, March 19th from 6-8pm in the Nugget. CSULB students will be performing live, and there will be free food and admission. No RSVP is required, so drop by for what time you have! It’s sure to be an interesting night.