While other students are returning to the classroom this fall, CSU Monterey Bay business major Morgan Kashata is heading to Washington, D.C., where she will work in the office of a member of the House of Representatives from California.
The music and dances are centuries old but the presentation will be 21st century when the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble opens the Performing Arts Series at CSU Monterey Bay’s World Theater on Sept. 17.
Starting this semester, food allergy sufferers at CSU Monterey Bay will have an easier time finding meals that work for them.
Simple Servings, a station located in the Dining Commons, will provide healthy and tasty meals at lunch and dinner for those who can’t tolerate gluten, soy, dairy, tree nuts, peanuts, eggs or shellfish.
"Forty Years from Yesterday" was selected for showing at the Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland in mid-August.
"Locarno rarely screens more than one or two U.S. feature films, so this is amazing," said Cinematic Arts faculty member and Mill Valley Film Festival programmer Karen Davis. "Proud is an understatement!"
Johanna Poethig has been making public art in San Francisco since the 1980s. This summer, the professor in CSUMB’s Visual and Public Art Department is “re-making” a mural she created in 1992, and employing students in the effort.
Students can rent the latest technology by the day, week, month or semester at CSU Monterey Bay's TechRent store.
The store is back for its fourth year, allowing students to affordably rent equipment without purchasing it.
Since the spring of 2010, TechRent has saved students more than $500,000 in equipment purchase costs and generated nearly $53,000 in rental fees. That money supports the store's operations and covers the cost of purchasing additional technology.