Anthropology Society invites all

Angela Orlando, Adjunc Professor of Anthropology at UCLA and West L.A. College, spoke on Monday, Oct. 8, 2012 in BEH 1308 at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif. Orlando spoke about "Household Aesthetics in Two Cultures" which discussed the differences between art in the homes of families of Lima, Peru and Los Angeles. Photo: Todd Rosenblatt

Angela Orlando, Adjunc Professor of Anthropology at UCLA and West L.A. College, spoke on Monday, Oct. 8, 2012 in BEH 1308 at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, Calif. Orlando spoke about "Household Aesthetics in Two Cultures" which discussed the differences between art in the homes of families of Lima, Peru and Los Angeles. Photo: Todd Rosenblatt

 

 

Interested in learning about the evolution of man, different kinds of food, traditions and languages?

 

With many events planned this semester such as attending museums, a buddhist temple, ethnic restaurants, the Griffith Observatory and many more, one has the chance to do that.

 

This semester, the Anthropology Society will be hosting several events on and off campus that will peak curiosity and fun while dissecting different cultures and people.

 

Club President Denise Favela, who joined the club three semesters ago, is excited about the changes.

 

“I joined this club to get an understanding of anthropology and before I knew it, I was nominated to become president and I accepted.”

 

Now as president, Favela wants to this club to go in the positive direction it should.

 

“I wanted to know what members of the society thought about anthropology, not just in a formal setting of a classroom, but by making it better and most importantly making new friends,” said Favela.

 

The Anthropology Society meets every Wednesday at noon in the ASO conference room.

 

They can be contacted by email at Theanthropologysociety@yahoo.com and wish to invite new members to join their Facebook page, Pierce College: The Anthropology Society.

 

David Schub
Staff Fall 2012

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