Browsing Archive

March, 2020

Central Americans proceed into Mexico on foot after crossing the Guatemalan border in October 2018. The migrant caravan’s movements were sensationalized and viewed as threatening by some U.S. news outlets. Professor Fogg asks, How do stories like this look from the migrants’ side? (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
Campus Highlights

Crossings

March 17, 2020

In her new book, professor of religion Julia Lambert Fogg tells the stories of people caught up in the U.S. immigration system, putting today’s stories in dialogue with boundary-crossing by Jesus and… Read More

Photo by Brian Stethem '84
Vocations

I see you

March 17, 2020

Because of the people who’ve helped me in my struggles with past trauma, I try to be a person who acknowledges others, and I work to end the silence and stigma around… Read More

Celebrating the launch of the School for Professional and Continuing Studies in February are, from left, Claira Bailey-Guerra ’19, Nichol Cruz ’18, current student Tony Ayala and Jose Carcamo ’18. (Photo by Brian Stethem '84)
Campus Highlights

The new college try

March 17, 2020

Growing numbers of people from the workforce are returning to attend post-traditional programs, earning bachelor’s degrees at 29 and 69.… Read More

Photo by Brian Stethem '84
Alumni News

Crisis communicator

March 17, 2020

Arcenio Lopez ’19, an accounting graduate and community organizer, founded an Oxnard-based corps of professional indigenous-language interpreters.… Read More

Photo by Brian Stethem '84
Alumni News

Ping reader

March 17, 2020

Jen LaMoure '09, who runs the 15-person crime analysis unit at the sheriff’s office, has made her mark in cellular analytics.… Read More

Chia-Li Chien’s most recent book is Enhancing Retirement Success Rates in the United States: Leveraging Reverse Mortgages, Delaying Social Security, and Exploring Continuous Work. (Photo by Brian Stethem '84)
Features

Leave a penny

March 17, 2020

Chia-Li Chien ("Jolly Jan," she’ll tell you to say) has convinced her husband to keep working, but couldn’t get her mother-in-law to delay Social Security. She has ideas to help the rest… Read More