|The details…||TO STUDENTS:
This is an email reminder to all students regarding our open computer lab policy. As most of you know, lab 220A is an open lab to all. If this lab is full, students are allowed to check other computer labs for their availability.
The following is the policy to be followed in order to access alternate computer labs (i.e., labs other than 210B):
Check the availability of a computer lab by referring to the monthly schedule posted outside the door.
This monthly schedule provides — for each day of the week — a complete listing of the classes scheduled in the lab, which includes the course name, the time the class is held, the instructor name, along with the number of students enrolled in each class in parentheses.
If a class is scheduled during the time you are hoping to access a computer in one of the labs, further reference the schedule and compare the number of students in the class to the number of computers indicated on the separate sign that is also posted outside the door. If there is a computer available for use during a class, you will need to obtain permission of the instructor BEFORE their class begins in order to work at one of the open computers.
Please keep in mind that instructors will have the right to ask a student to leave if they feel the student’s presence interferes with class.— do not disturb the class in any way.
• Do not interrupt a lecture or critique.
I hope this alleviates any questions regarding our lab policy.
Thank you for your time,
|Contact name:||Josette Katcha|
|What?||Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design Blood Drive|
|Date?||Wednesday, October 27th|
|Time?||11am – 5pm|
|Where?||Donor Coach on Erie Street|
|The details…||To Schedule Your Appointment
See Ricky Heldt
In Room R45.
|Contact name:||Ricky Heldt|
|Where?||Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design Student Union|
|How Much?||Free will donation at door|
|The details…||Nathan K. is returning to the Union!
“Newspapers & Prayers” earns a spot next to some of the most earnest and heartfelt modern folk records in recent memory, including The Mountain Goats’ “The Sunset Tree,” Iron & Wine’s “Our Endless Numbered Days” and Bon Iver’s “For Emma, Forever Ago.
– Eastern Echo
|Contact name:||Paul Rabe|
|The details…||Hey Folks,
MIAD’s Student Government needs a logo and we want you to design it!
We are leaving the design open ended, however we have a few considerations you should keep in mind while designing.
-MIAD Student Government Mission
All submissions are due no later than the 23rd of October.
Please send all files to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to know more about MIAD’s Student Government please contact Kyle Diener at email@example.com
|Contact name:||Andrew Coyle|