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Student success

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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Adamsel, Louis. Interview, 2021-05-28

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Identifier: SC027-08
Scope and Contents In this interview, Louis Adamsel speaks on his time as an undergraduate student at California State University San Marcos, aspects of his life as a student leader, his experience as a Black student and, later, as a staff member. Adamsel discusses his experience advocating for the opening of the Black Student Center and the purpose the BSC serves to students, including the necessity of having a variety of resources in order to retain underserved students. He also speaks on mentorships and...
Dates: 2021-05-28

Cabral, Gerardo. Interview, 2023-04-28

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Scope and Contents

In this interview, Gerardo Cabral discusses how the Cross-Cultural Center was a space that cultivated and enriched self-identity. It provided not only students with a voice but Cabral to begin living his true authentic life.

Dates: 2023-04-28

Lai, Floyd. Interview, 2023-04-10

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Identifier: SC027-049
Scope and Contents

In this Interview, Floyd Lai discusses the growth and development of the Cross-Cultural Center in conjunction with other student organizations. As a self-identified Chinese American, Lai addresses how his personal, educational, and professional background have informed one another.

Dates: 2023-04-10

Ruiz, Jennie. Interview, 2023-04-07

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Identifier: SC027-029
Scope and Contents

Oral history interview of Jennie Ruiz for the Cross-Cultural Center Oral History Project on April 7, 2023. Biographical information about Jennie, how she started working for California State University San Marcos, her leadership and networking skills. Jennie’s friendship with Sara Sheikh-Arvizu and its impact on her. Her experience running the Cross-Cultural Center, and her thoughts about its role at CSU San Marcos.

Dates: 2023-04-07

Saldivar, Diana. Interview, 2023-04-14

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Identifier: SC027-039
Scope and Contents

In her interview, Diana Saldivar discusses how the Cross-Cultural Center provided her with a sense of belonging on campus and served as a second home. Saldivar explains how the center provided her with lifelong friendships, skills and connections that has helped her become the person she is today. Saldivar recounts how the CCC provided a safe space, allowing for conversations with others that are often deemed controversial, and how the center encouraged those to constantly seek knowledge.

Dates: 2023-04-14