With 30 pieces in one performance, “To Be Frank…” will challenge SLCC student actors. The play runs Thursday through Saturday.
The Disability Resource Center hosts Disability Awareness Week to raise awareness and eliminate stigmas. Learn more about the events taking place this week.
“GRIP: Conversational Portraits on Mental Health” is currently on display in the Eccles Art Gallery at South City Campus. The series raises awareness about mental illness by visualizing the personal experiences of those who suffer from it.
Stop by and learn how you can be better prepared for any type of emergency that may come your way.
Make sure to mark your calendars for these awesome events and start getting involved.
Learn more about “The Marvelous Wonderettes,” now playing at the Grand Theatre through Sept. 8.
Learn more about the on-campus food pantry that has been serving SLCC students since 2013.
The Social Work Association planted vegetables to support the Bruin Pantry. Learn how you can support your fellow green thumbs.
International Student Affairs recently opened a new office at South City Campus.