09/01 – Student BBQ

August 17, 2016 in Announcements, E'vents by Nicholas Bizzack


09/19 – Video Game Tournament

August 16, 2016 in Announcements, E'vents, Student Events, Students by Nicholas Bizzack

Game Slide

Ex’cypher is Back in July! Dont miss out on the party

June 29, 2016 in Announcements, Contests/Competitions, E'vents, Groups, Live Music, Student Events, Student Groups and Clubs, Students by Nicholas Bizzack


04/29 – Ex’Cypher

April 26, 2016 in Announcements, E'vents, Student Events, Students by Nicholas Bizzack

If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, email Francis Comerford at stillfranchize@gmail.com 


Cypher TV Slide

Dean’s List Party

April 22, 2016 in Announcements, E'vents, Student Events, Students by Nicholas Bizzack


Come join us as we celebrate the success of those who made the Dean's List. Free food and drink, live music, and networking on April 28th!



04/23 and 04/24 – This month check out Beat Camp

April 4, 2016 in Announcements, E'vents by Nicholas Bizzack


Event Info on Schedule and Guest Speakers

04/08 – Career Services presents Steve “Spaz” Williams

March 28, 2016 in Announcements, Career Services, E'vents, Ex'pert Series, Guest Speaker, Industry and Career Services by Nicholas Bizzack

Steve spaz Williams, Director and VFX Artist to Ex’pression College. He is a legendary pioneer in the world of computer graphics in feature film production. Steve’s career spans several landmark CG moments in film such as: the pseudopod in The Abyss (the first “soft surface” CG character), the liquid-metal T1000 in Terminator 2 (the first CG main character), the infamous dinosaurs of Jurassic Park (first digital animals), and, the contortion of Jim Carrey’s face in The Mask, amongst others. The Abyss, Terminator 2 and Jurassic Park each took home the Oscar for Best Visual Effects in their respective years. Steve himself was nominated for an Oscar for The Mask. Furthermore, all are projects that represent important leaps in CG, in terms of developing the techniques and pushing the boundaries of what was thought possible by the all mighty pixel. Aside from Steve’s work on these milestone movies, this is the man that, on his own time, created an animation test that convinced Steven Spielberg and George Lucas that CG was the way to go for Jurassic Park. He has also directed the animated movie “The Wild” for Disney.

VFX Credits
The Mask
Jurassic Park
Terminator 2
The Hunt for Red October
The Abyss

Director Credits
Young Santa
Rainbow: Legend of Spirit Bear
The Wild


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