Filmmaker Pablo Miralles’ documentary, Can We All Get Along?: The Segregation of John Muir High School explores how Pasadena’s John Muir High School went from a model of integration to rai
Our cycling class provides a high-energy workout, an efficient way to burn calories, and an effective method to improve endurance, power, and strength.
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This is a supportive space for survivors of sexual assault, including childhood sexual abuse, intimate partner, and non-partner sexual violence.
Join with other SSU women to share your unique story, receive, and provide support in a confidential environment.
Erik Castro is an award-winning photojournalist based in Santa Rosa, California; his print media clients include the San Francisco Chronicle, the Press Democrat,
Featured Speaker: Victoria Noquez, St. Mary’s College
Keep a Seawolf SAFE is a 90-minute workshop that prepares SSU students, faculty, and staff to better support distressed students.
This group is designed to teach skills for managing symptoms associated with ADHD.
Are you struggling with family, social, or romantic relationships?