Adrian Silvestre

Student, CSU Channel Islands

Student at CSU Channel Islands

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Theater students at CSU Channel Islands in Camarillo uncovered stories about the history of their campus, and transformed them into a collection of short plays.

‘Camarillo Tales’ unveils history of CSU Channel Island campus

Theater students at CSU Channel Islands in Camarillo uncovered stories about the history of their campus, and transformed them into a collection of short plays.

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