Monthly Archives: April 2014

Movie Reviews: Wanderlust

Wanderlust 2012, 98 min. Directed by David Wain. A couple (played by Paul Rudd and Jennifer Anniston) lose their jobs and can no longer afford their postage stamp-size “micro loft” in New York city. They decide to leave the rat

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Chalk Art 2014

With the Arts and Music Festival and our Brown Bag Book Sale, and Live Entertainment Friday, MAY 2 At the North Entrance to the Library 4-9 P.M. Patio seating and music will be available. Demonstrate your creative side and chalk

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Arts and Music Festival

Do you want to know more about the upcoming Arts & Music Festival at CSUSB? Arts & Music Festival 2014, May 2nd 4-9 PM. Vendors, food trucks, music, dance art. Free admission. Free parking: Lots C, D & L. Other

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Pacific Review Reading Series – You Are Invited!

Date: April 24 (Thursday) Writer: Ron Arias Time and Place: 6:00 PM PL 5005 (Library 5th floor) Ron Arias, a Los Angeles staff correspondent for People magazine, is the author of the novel, The Road to Tamazunchale, nominated for a

Posted in Events, Lectures & Presentations, Poetry Readings, Special Collections

Movie Reviews: (500) Days of Summer

Les Kong, Coordinator of the Library Multi Media Center (PL-5005), and longtime Alfred Hitchcock fan, reviews movies from the library’s collection. The opinions expressed are his alone.     (500) Days of Summer     2009, 95 min. Directed by

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Brokeback Mountain Movie Screening

JOIN US FOR A FREE MOVIE SCREENING IN THE LIBRARY! BRING A FRIEND AND WATCH SOME OF THE GREATEST HITS! LOCATED IN PL-5005. COMPLIMENTARY PARKING AVAILABLE (SEE KIOSK) Discussion facilitated by: Dr. Bradford Owen, Department of Communication Studies. TUESDAY, APRIL

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Pacific Review presents: Dwight Yates 4/17, 6 pm PL4005

Please join us on Thursday, April 17 at 6:00 pm in PL 4005 to hear the wonderful stories of Dwight Yates, an accomplished writer and teacher. Author Richard Russo writes that Yates’ last collection, Bring Everybody, was “an electrifying collection

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Movie Reviews: The Way Back

Les Kong, Coordinator of the Library Multi Media Center (PL-5005), and longtime Alfred Hitchcock fan, reviews movies from the library’s collection. The opinions expressed are his alone.     The Way Back     2010, 133 minutes, directed by Peter

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Check Laptop Availability

The library’s laptops are usually in high demand. Wondering if any are currently available? Check Laptop availability. Please note the first 60 on the list are at Pfau Library, and the last 10 are at the Palm Desert Campus Hixon

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Lecture: Faces of the Middle East

Presented by the John M. Pfau Library, Center for Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, and College of Social and Behavioral Sciences April 22, 2014 12-2 p.m. Located in PL-4005 Complimentary Parking Available See Kiosk Hermione Macura is the first female,

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