Although campus will be open on Veterans Day (11/11/14), there will be no lectures or labs running on TUESDAY.
Please note specific departmental closures below…
The IT Office will close at 6 PM on Monday, November 10th, and reopen at 7:30 AM on Wednesday, November 12th.
IT support will not be available over the holiday. Helpdesk tickets will be monitored and can be submitted via email@example.com.
The Library will close at 10 pm on Monday, November 10th and will reopen at 9 AM on Wednesday, November 12th.
The ER will close at 2 AM on Tuesday, November 11th, and reopen at 8 AM on Wednesday, November 12th.
The Studios will close at 2 AM on Tuesday, November 11th, and reopen at 8 AM on Wednesday, November 12 th.
Studio bookings will not be allowed over the holiday.
The doors to the Student Services area in the South Wing will be close at 5 PM on Monday, November 10th, and reopen at 10 AM on Wednesday, November 12th
If you need immediate assistance after 5 PM on Monday or before 10 AM on Wednesday, please use the courtesy phone at the entrance to the South Wing Student Services area (i.e. Financial Aid, Registrars, Office of Student Affairs, and Bursar). Here’s a link to our phone directory.
See the list below for new items in the Emeryville library. Come on in and get inspired!
American hustle (DVD and Blu-ray)
Better off dead
Boondock saints ll: all saints day
Death to Smoochy
Good Will Hunting
Grand Budapest hotel
The Hobbit: an unexpected journey (DVD and Blu-ray)
Invitation to the dance and Summer stock
John Carpenter, master of fear: The thing, Prince of darkness, They live, Village of the damned
Lady sings the blues
Lord of the rings: return of the king (special extended DVD edition)
Lord of the rings: fellowship of the ring (special extended DVD edition)
Mean girls and Clueless
Noah (DVD and Blu-ray)
Phantom of the paradise
Singin’ in the rain
Wolf of Wall Street (DVD and Blu-ray)
X-men: days of future past
X-men: first class
Cave of forgotten dreams
Comic con, episode IV: a fan’s hope
Gregory Crewdson: brief encounters
Oliver Stone’s untold history of the United States
Pervert’s guide to cinema
Pervert’s guide to ideology
Cloudy with a chance of meatballs 2
Garden of words (Blu-ray)
LEGO movie (DVD and Blu-ray)
Metalocalypse, season l: the metalocalypse has begun
Metalocalypse, season ll: black fire upon us
Wolf children (DVD and Blu-ray)
Death Jr. : Wii
Middle-earth, shadow of Mordor: PS4
Middle-earth, shadow of Mordor: XBOX One
Watch dogs: PS3
Watch dogs: XBOX One
Friday, November 14th, 2014
11AM – 1PM
Meyer Hall, Emeryville campus
Career Services is excited to welcome Ken Caillat. His recordings have sold over 50 million copies. His record production and engineering efforts earned him numerous Grammy nominations and include an Album of the Year Grammy and Best Engineered Album Grammy Nomination for Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours”, the third largest selling album of all time. In addition to engineering and producing other Fleetwood Mac titles; “Tusk”, “Mirage”, “Live”, and The Chain Box Set, his credits also include such stars as Paul McCartney, Pink Floyd and Michael Jackson as well as Christine McVie’s solo album, “In The Meantime” (2002) in London, her first album in over 10 years.
In addition to Ken’s many talents, he is also a producer, engineer, director, author and musician. In his 2012 book release titled, “Making Rumours”, Ken brilliantly chronicled a memoir of his experiences co-producing and engineering the 1977 “Rumours” album.
To attend, RSVP at expression.edu/expert.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity!