This Month at CSUEB
- July 5, 2011
A digest of top, need-to-know dates, deadlines and events for faculty, staff and students, "This Month at CSUEB" is a regular feature of The View e-News. Read on for updates and previews of what’s happening at Cal State East Bay in the coming month:
• The 2011-2012 University Catalog is now online. Effective as of fall quarter, the updated catalog includes all curricular changes approved by the Office of Academic Programs and Graduate Studies and the Academic Senate.
• Enjoy "An Evening of Short Plays," composed of two segments, "Savage/Love" and "Yerma," July 28 through 31 and Aug. 6 and 7. Admission July 28 will be $5; tickets for all other shows will be priced from $5 to $15. Reserve tickets at (510) 885-3118.
• Al-Anon and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings have changed rooms for summer and fall quarters to the New UU, Hayward Room. Al-Anon meets at noon Tuesdays. AA meets at noon each Thursday in the Hayward Room, with the exception of Sept. 29, when the AA meeting will be held in Old UU, room 307. For more information, visit the Web site or contact Health Educator Jenny Chu at email@example.com or (510) 885-3733.
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