Check out the November 2019 Laney Facilities & Technology Updates. Click the image below to enlarge or download the PDF.
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Check out the October 2019 Laney Facilities & Technology Updates. Click the image below to enlarge or download the PDF.
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Saturday 9 am - 2 pm
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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
Sep 24 | 4:00 PM
For more information: Latinx Cultural Center EV-3
Nov 20 | 12:00 AM
Join us for Brunch! We'll be in the lobby of the Tower building from 10am - 1pm! Every 3rd Wednesday!
Nov 20 | 11:00 AM
Transfer students are invited to participate in 2 sessions for UC and CSU Application Assistance on November 20, 2019. Both sessions will be held in the Transfer Center T-201. First session is from 11:00 to noon; second session is from 2:00 to 3:00. This is an opportunity to review your application questions and concerns prior to the filing deadline. Please check in at the Transfer Center T-201 or call 510/464-33135 for additional information.
Nov 20 | 12:00 PM
This week’s topic: Freedom From Addictions Location: B252 On behalf of Laney’s Wellness Center, please come join us for free hot lunch, movement, meditation, and discussion! Stress management at each workshop. For a full list of dates and health topics, please see: Wellness Wednesdays Flyer - Fall 2019
Nov 20 | 2:00 PM
College Council CHARGE To provide college-wide input on shared governance issues through review and discussion and to forward recommendations to the College President on matters that involve and affect the college as a whole. This includes: Recommendations from standing college committees; Recommendations from other campus groups or councils formed to study specific topics or issues affecting the campus at large. As the primary governing body on campus, the College Council serves as the umbrella group for the various participatory governance committees on campus and brings forward to the College President its recommendations, as appropriate, for consideration and implementation. The College Council ensures that all aspects of the college Mission Statement are being fulfilled.