Check out the December 2019 Laney Facilities & Technology Updates. Click the image below to enlarge or download the PDF.
Check out the November 2019 Laney Facilities & Technology Updates. Click the image below to enlarge or download the PDF.
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Sep 14 | 9:30 AM
Latinx Cultural Club has created a mam workshop on Saturdays from 9:30am - 11:30am in E207 All are welcome for more information please contact: Professor Davila @firstname.lastname@example.org or drop in at the Latinx Cultural Center at EV-3
Dec 07 | 10:00 AM
Wanted! Prospective students to explore the multiple Career Education ( CTE ) programs available, understand the career pathways available and appropriate classes to enroll. Saturday, December 7, 2019 10 - 2 pm. Shops open: Machine Technology, Wood Technology, Carpentry, Digital Media, and Many More! Help for enrollment processes and classes to take will also be available.
Dec 08 | 12:00 AM
Dec 09 | 7:30 PM
Come see and hear the wonderful Laney Jazz Orchestra, conducted by Charlie Gurke!
Dec 10 | 7:00 PM
The Laney College Choir (aka Oakland City Chorus) will perform Igor Stravinsky's "Symphony of Psalms." Written for the Boston Symphony Orchestra in 1930, this piece is beloved around the world for it's deep spirituality and music that combines early Twentieth-Century modernism with a familiar accessibility. Also on the program is the world premier of Preben Antonsen's "The World is Charged" on a poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins. Preben grew up in the East Bay, attended the John Adam's Young Composers Program at the Crowden School in Berkeley and later graduated from Yale University. He is now a freelance composer in the Bay Area. Our small group of singers (semi-chorus) will perform a delightful Mass by Renaissance composer Hans Leo Hassler known as "Missa secunda." There will also be music in Hebrew, Spanish, and the Spiritual "Glory to the Newborn King." Tickets at the door or in advance.
Dec 17 | 12:00 PM
These open office hours give the campus community an opportunity to have informal conversations (as a group) with the President on any topic.