CHABSS Voices “Borders, Boundaries & Colonization” winners

CHABSS Voices is a monthly creative contest hosted by the College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral and Social Sciences during the 2020-21 academic year. CHABSS faculty, CHABSS majors or minors and students enrolled in at least one CHABSS-focused course are eligible.

Each monthly contest will have a new theme. There will be a break during December, but January’s theme is “Global Awareness” and the deadline for submissions is Jan. 25 by 5 p.m. For more details, visit the CHABSS Voices webpage here.

Below are the winners of November’s theme of “Borders, Boundaries & Colonization.”

The CHABSS Dean’s Pick (Student Winner) was arts & technology major Marissa Villanueva.

 

The CHABSS Staff Pick (Student Winner) was art, media & design major Angelina Rojas.

 

The CHABSS Dean’s Pick (Faculty Winner) was “Cahuilla Bird Dancer,” submitted by American Indian Studies Professor Eric Tippeconnic.

To see all submissions, visit csusm.edu/chabss/chabss_voices/borders_boundaries_and_colonization.html.

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