Wondering what historians really do? Interested in how you can write better? Want to know what goes into developing your own research questions and finding your own primary sources? CSU students learn the practical techniques of historical work in HIST 3125: Historical Methods, offered every semester.
Cuba Film Series - Buena Vista Social Club
Tuesday, 6 March - Arnold Hall Room 113 - 7:30PM - Open to CSU community only
An ensemble of legendary Cuban musicians are brought together decades after their heyday to reminisce about the golden age of Cuban music and to create that music in a series of performances.
Cuba Film Series - Memories of Underdevelopment
Tuesday, 10 April Arnold Hall Room 113 - 7:30PM - Open to CSU community only
Sergio is a well-to-do writer who stays in Cuba after the Revolution, even as most of his family and friends flee to the United States. His life is disrupted as the social norms and expectations in revolutionary Cuba begin to change.
Cuba Film Series - The Last Supper
Tuesday, 1 May - Arnold Hall Room 113 - 7:30PM - Open to CSU community only
The owner of a late-eighteenth-century sugar plantation reenacts the Last Supper with 12 of his slaves, in an attempt to teach them about Christianity.
“My experience at CSU was wonderful. I was a student athlete on the rifle team, so my schedule was always complicated, and my teachers/advisors were always accommodating and understanding. The professors were all very knowledgeable in their subjects and encouraging.
In [my current job with] Henry County, I write technical staff reports for rezonings, conditional uses, and other similar applications. I also review business licenses, sign applications, and handle special event applications for events such as 5ks and filming. Another big portion of my job with Henry County includes presenting cases before the Zoning Advisory Board and Board of Commissioners monthly.”