|Monday, September 5th, 2005|
While I suppose most of us don't live in Building C anymore, it's still a prime idea. Get the LJ addy out to the new set of C kids!
I hope all of you that stuck around SFU are having a great start to a great year. Despite hellish Katrina-related weather in Pittsburgh it's been great so far, we've been in session for about 2 weeks now, but I can't say I miss 400 person classes in Images Theatre or C9001, yet, anyway.
And by the way, this would be your awesome community maintainer, Janet, with a new and improved username. :)
|Sunday, April 17th, 2005|
Anyone want good deals on any of the following course books, before they go to the bookstore?
FPA 111 - courseware
CHEM 120/121 CMPT 150 CMPT 225 MACM 101 MATH 152 PHIL 100
They're all in very good condition, some of them have barely been opened (I don't use my textbooxs much ;)
|Sunday, March 20th, 2005|
||1 - AAA
||SDMX1 - 256
||1 - AAA
||MuVu TX FM
Hey if anyone has any of these mp3 players could you comment and tell
me what you think about it, why you chose it if you like it dislike and
|Thursday, March 17th, 2005|
The UPASS referendum is important, even if you won't be here next year please vote!
Failure of the U-Pass referendum question will result in the termination of the U-Pass program as of September 1, 2005.
Just to point out to anyone who figured if the changes weren't accepted they would just continue the program as is.
This one counts. A three zone adult bus pass for the GVRD is $130 per month. The UPass will be less than 100 dollars for four months. Thats more than 400 dollars to spend on other things and we all know as students that its tight enough as is. Even for a single zone pass it is 280 dollars for four months. thats wtill 180 dollars more than the UPass. Cutting expenses, key to being a student, therefore vote for savings and for the UPass.
|Wednesday, March 16th, 2005|
I'm posting in this community because I AM BORED. I'm not bored by a lack of things to do, I'm bored by what it is I'm currently trudging through. Who else is thoroughly ugh about what they're doing or have been subjected to class-wise, lately?
And you C cats have to advertise this community. I want to come here from Chatham (for those that didn't know, I'm moving to Pittsburgh to go to school) and talk about how badass the good ol' days were in Building C!
Cheers, kids! Current Mood: bored
|Thursday, January 13th, 2005|
so its good to see that lots of building c particularly the floor 6 crew etc are back for another ruling semester...and hey security dudes to flash id to all the time what more could we ask for...and we've already started partying in style
cheers to school and rockin fun times.
hope everyone had a ruling christmas and new years...
|Monday, December 13th, 2004|
Social Geog 241
Econ Geog 221
Hist 101 (they're the same as the ones used for 102)
Canadian Studies 160
I have text books for each of these classes in very good shape. Contact me if you're interested and I will work out prices etc.
Anyone have texts for
Geog 213 - Geomorphology
Geog 386 - Health and Healthcare
Geog 250 - Cartography
Pol 231 - Comparative Gov
More Course Books
Anyone need books for any of the following courses?
I doubt it, but there's always hope.
I have books for the following courses in good condition:
HIST 101/102 (same book for both classes), as well as the supplementary books for 101.
I'll sell them for a little bit less than I would at the bookstore namely because I can put a pricetag on my time and/or for sexual favors. I mean, time (and only time *cough*) can have a price tag placed on it.
On the same token, if anyone has the books for:
And would like to trade money or sexual favors for those books, I would be made mucho happy.
Anybody need cheap textbooks? Or... semi-cheap textbooks?
This is what I've got:
PSYC-100 textbook (originally $110)
PHIL-100 textbook (originally $74)
HIST-151 extras [not the textbook] (originally $7)
FPA-111 extras & books (originally $73)
LING-100 extras [not the textbook] (originally $60)
Books go to highest bidder. Meaning if the bookstore offers me more, the bookstore gets them.
Anyone got GERM-102 or POL-100 books to sell?
|Wednesday, December 8th, 2004|
This saturday from 7-8PM in the floor three lounge, your green building RHA is hosting a sweetfest.
Bring your sweet tooth and an appetite...
there will be cake, pie, and other yummy, cavity-causing goodies!!!!
|Monday, December 6th, 2004|
December 7th is PJ/scrubby clothes day
...and cram day for a few of us!
|Wednesday, November 24th, 2004|
Hey guys, figured someone might be interested in this, we got this forwarded to us and were asked to spread the info around. $600 aint anything to sneeze at...
I am in need of a student who can work a little bit on evenings and weekends consistently for me. The student would be performing a Client Service position for me, where they would be checking in at the beginning of each of the Non-Credit Instructional Courses to check to see that everyone in attendance is registered, to take stats on who is there and to be the Recreation representative incase of any problems. This student would earn a Recreation Leadership Award, valued at $600 and would earn valuable skills. I need to have decided upon who this person is by Decmber 3rd.
I am hoping that a student in residence would be interested in the position, as the work load would be best for a Rez student. Do you have a way to help me find a few candidates for the position?
Camps and Instructional Program Coordinator
Recreation & Athletics
Simon Fraser University
604-291-5434 Current Mood: sick
|Tuesday, November 23rd, 2004|
Friday night, movies, Shell 241 or we'll go out and see Polar Express.
Provided we don't go to Polar Express: We'll probably get the first one on at about 8:00pm. As per usual there will be 2 movies. If there are any suggestions, let me know, as immediately before said movie night Mairi and I are running errands at Lougheed--which may include getting movies. Bring snacks. If everyone brings a bit of something, we're all pigging out and thus all exceedingly happy.
Though if anyone wants to see Polar Express over some piling onto mattresses in my room, that's also key to know, as it is always a democracy when it comes to movies in my room (*snicker*).
COME ONE, COME ALL...
DINNER TRIP TO RED ROBIN
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25TH
MEET IN THE C BUILDING LOBBY AT 6:00 PM
BRING YOUR U-PASS AND $$ FOR DINNER
...and yes, I realize the irony of a Green Building trip to RED robin...
|Sunday, November 14th, 2004|
Security response times...
Isn't it great how when the fire alarm goes off, campus security is there within five minutes, but when someone's stuck in the elevators, it takes them about half an hour to get there? Sometimes after the person's already gotten out. Current Mood: confused
|Thursday, November 11th, 2004|
The following two paragraphs are copied out from my own LJ, but they're relevent to the C community (though most of you know about this incident):I did it! I got stuck in a goddamned elevator in Building C! I was heading home after an evening of crazy hijinks with Monica and Mairi, the elevator stopped to let some kids off on two and 5 or 6 seconds after the door closed and the elevator began to move, it jerked to a halt. I frantically tried to call Mairi and Monica and neither picked up, so I started calling extensions on floor 6 and Ying picked up! Celebration! And she got Kris and Sara and what sounded like about a gazillion others out. Then, oddly enough, the elevator started moving again. It took me to the 5th floor. There was no one waiting on the 5th floor, nor had I pressed the button to go to the 5th floor at yet there I was. I then headed down the stairwell where Kris nearly ran into me and yeah, that was interesting.
I may also add that I did call campus security from the elevator phone, they did bugger all. In fact, I did not see or hear them at all, and I did wait around a bit after I escaped the elevator. But considering the screams I've heard from people in caught elevators I thought it would be way worse. I was never once worried. I felt the jerk of the emergency break and knew I was safe, then it was just staying calm and doing things in a logical and sane manner. Security probably thought I was full of shit because I was absolutely calm. I don't know, I just didn't feel the need to be scared or worried.
I have sent off a lovely email to Lisa about this. I'm sure she gets a lot of them, but one more can't hurt.
|Tuesday, November 9th, 2004|
Japanese Food/Sushi Night Nov. 11th, 5:30pm.
Meet outside C6000 lounge.Movie Afternoon Nov. 13th, 3:00pm
C6000 lounge, or 6016.
All are welcome, the more the merrier. Current Mood: accomplished
|Wednesday, November 3rd, 2004|
does anyone have a scanner? if so i can i use it for a min to scan a pic for a presentation? preferably tonite or tomorrow morning...
|Monday, November 1st, 2004|
Hey all, I'm Alaina!! Technically speaking I don't LIVE in building C, but you could consider me a 'almost-resident'. If I'm in the building you can find me on the third floor with Sara who's my best friend out here. So if you hear insane laughing or just all around weird comments coming from room 47, that would be my wonderful doing! Current Mood: curious