Announcements

Homes for Sale Through the Foundation

If you’ve wanted to live near campus, this might be your opportunity. Two single-family homes are available in the Kellogg Tract neighborhood behind the American Red Cross. Unlike traditional home ownership, a buyer will purchase the home but lease the…

Submission Deadline for CPP This Week

We’re looking for announcements for the Need to Know section of CPP This Week. Here’s the fine print: The deadline has been moved to 5 p.m. the Thursday before publication. The maximum length should be no more than 150 words,…

Tasty Treats for a Good Cause

Staff Council members are selling See’s Candies through Feb. 14 to raise money Staff Council Scholarships (formerly known as Amelia Hammond Scholarships) for well-deserving staff. They are also selling opportunity tickets for a chance to win prizes, including a Ring…

Can You Get Here From There?

It can be an agonizing feeling to watch traffic slow to a crawl on your drive to work. One solution might be to look for an alternative route. The campus map can help. Not only does it provide an intriguing…

Free Tax Assistance

The recent changes to federal tax laws could leave your head spinning, but the College of Business Administration might have the tonic you need. For years, the CBA has prepared individual income tax returns through the Internal Revenue Service’s Volunteer…

Find Out Before the Shaking Starts

The City of Los Angeles has a new early warning alert system for earthquakes. You can get an immediate warning on your phone that an earthquake is about to hit, and this option is available in the Los Angeles County…

2019 Unity Luncheon

The Unity Luncheon is a tradition and a tribute to diversity and inclusion. This year’s luncheon, hosted by the disABILITY Alliance, will take place on Feb. 28. The keynote speaker will be Lydia X. Z. Brown, a disability justice advocate,…