Monthly Archives: November 2014

Movie Reviews: Spring Breakers

Spring Breakers 2012, 94 mins., written and directed by Harmony Korine. Four college girls, bored out of their minds, go on a crime spree to raise money for their spring break in Florida. They eventually get arrested, and are bailed

Posted in Media Reviews

Movie Reviews: Mud

Mud 2012, 130 mins., written and directed by Jeff Nichols. Inspired by Mark Twain’s novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, director Nichols effectively uses the Mississippi River and Arkansas milieu to tell the story of 14-year old-Ellis (played by Tye

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Graphing Calculators for Students

Need a scientific calculator? Check one out from the library! We have six TI-89 Titanium graphing calculators for student use. To check out a calculator, ask at the library’s Check Out Desk on the first floor; you will need your

Posted in Library Services

Publish your book in THREE days!

Publish Your Book by yourself and for free in THREE days! Wednesday, November 19, 2014 Noon – 1 pm in PL-4005 Open to the public This workshop does not require any knowledge of publishing, or any other skills other than

Posted in Lectures & Presentations

Legendary writers Jerome Rothenberg and Merrill Feitell Reading at CSUSB!

NOVEMBER 6, 6pm, Pfau Library 4005 for the Pacific Review Reading Series Legendary poet, translator and editor, JEROME ROTHENBERG, has published over 80 books, including several books by New Directions Press with poems ranging from deep image to dada, from

Posted in Lectures & Presentations, Poetry Readings, Special Collections, Voices of the Desert Crossroads

Chef Movie Screening

Thursday November 13, 2014 PL-5005 A cooking demonstration before the screening by CSUSB’s Chef, “Tito” Calderon, at 5:15 p.m. FREE Popcorn! If you have questions or would like to know more about the upcoming event, please contact Iwona Contreras at

Posted in Events, Movie Screenings
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