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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

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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, Australian,

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Modern China Lecture Series

Constructive Postmodernism in China Today Co-Sponsors: History Department, History Club, Intellectual Life Fund, University Diversity Committee, Pfau Library, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and the College of Extended Learning With Speaker Zhihe Wang, Ph.D, Director of the Institute

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Mystery Writer Naomi Hirahara and Poet Tanya Jarrett to speak

Please join us Feb. 20 (Thursday) at 6 p.m. in Pfau Library Special Collections (PL4005) to hear mystery writer Naomi Hirahara and poet Tanya Jarrett speak in the latest installment of the Pacific Review Reading Series! The readings will be

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Performance by Idyllwild Arts Academy

A Performance by Idyllwild Arts Academy / Visiting Poets and Fiction Writers + Open Mic This Thursday, February 6 @ 6PM, Pfau Library Rm. 4005 Please, help us welcome these talented high school writers from a world-renowned high school of

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Jazz Lecture!

With Presenter Dr. Robert Knop Wednesday, February 19, 2014 Noon – 1PM PL-4005 Complimentary Parking Available (See Kiosk) About the presenter: Associate professor of music, Dr. Robert Knop, is the director of Jazz Studies at Cal State San Bernardino. He

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Rhythms of the World: A Tribute to Black History

Presented by the John M. Pfau Library, and the Black Faculty, Staff, and Student Association With Presenters Rachel Day and Jayaton Thomas Located in PL-4005 Tuesday, February 11, 2014 Noon – 1 p.m. Complimentary Parking Available (See Kiosk) Presenter: Rachel

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“In The News” Jet/Ebony Magazine Exhibit and Lecture

Friday, January 31, 2014 Reception: Noon – 1P.M. Lecture: 1-2 P.M. Located in PL-4005 Exhibit will be on display from 1/2 – 1/31 Complimentary Parking Available (See Kiosk) During the 1950s and 1960s, the United States of American witnessed an

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The History of the Candy Cane

With Lisa Bartle Wednesday Nov. 20, 2013 Noon- 1 p.m. Pfau Library Pl-4005 A look at the development of the candy cane and its use in holiday celebrations. Lisa Bartle has been a librarian at the Pfau Library since 1999.

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Cannibals, Murder, and Mummies

Solving Old Problems with New Technology Sponsored by ALPACA (Anthropology Student Club) and the Department of Anthropology Monday, November 4, 2013 Noon-1 p.m. Speaker: Dr. Stephen Rouse (B.A. in Anthropology from CSUSB, 1973), researcher at the Smithsonian Institution, Museum of

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