Berklee Dining News

Cafe 939

Coming this fall, Cafe 939 will offer freshly made sushi and Asian rice and noodle bowls. We have increased our hours of operation to 11:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. We are very excited to offer this new concept to the Berklee community.

September 25 @ the BPC: Prince & Janet: The Tribute

Delve into the catalog of pop legends Prince and Janet Jackson in engaging new ways. The night's music, dancing, and theatrics promises to deliver surprises and to showcase the celebrated and influential music from both artists, as interpreted by Berklee students. The JEvie Pop Series is produced and presented by the Live Show Production club at Berklee.

 
 

 

Ch-ch-ch-Changes: intro to the brand new library website

No, you're not crazy--it's been completely redesigned. Join us and we'll help you find your way around the new site in no time.

Scavenger Hunt (part of the ROAD Map program)

Come find out what the library can offer you by participating in a simple scavenger hunt game tailored to your principle instrument.

Yearbook Photos for Opening Day 2014

The Opening Day planning committee is requesting childhood and high school yearbook photos to share in a slideshow. Come take a walk with us down memory lane!

Don't have an old photo? No problem. Feel free to use Jostens Yearbook Yourself to create one.

Changing Your OnePass Password

Berklee's password aging policy requires that all users must change their OnePass password once a year on the anniversary of the date it was first created. To avoid any issues, get a head start on this by changing your OnePass password now.

For more information on this policy and instructions on changing your password, please visit OnePass Password Aging.

Alumni Spotlight

The six alumni in Gentlemen Hall are off and running with a new EP and a high-profile Billboard Battle of the Bands win.

Giant Steps donors

This year marked the fifth and final year of Giant Steps, Berklee's first-ever capital campaign. When we launched the campaign, we were advised to set a goal of $20 million. After much discussion, we set it for $35 million. It quickly became apparent that we could reach even higher, so we raised the goal to $40 million, and then to $50 million. In the end, we smashed even that goal, raising $54.5 million.

Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival 2011

By 
Liz Lupton

It's hard to believe that the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival is already one year into its second decade. Despite weather forecasters' calls for heavy showers and a thick covering of clouds, September 24 unfolded without a drop of rain, which allowed the outdoor celebrations to go off without a hitch.

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