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The chalk man mystery from the past!

Eddie and his group of friends follow a chalk man and a message which leads them to the dismembered body of a teenage girl. Fast forward thirty years, Eddie is now an adult with a drinking problem, who is working … Continue reading

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Events/Exhibits in Collins Library – Spring Semester 2018

*EXHIBITS: We are pleased to host the following exhibit in the Collins Link: Louder Than Words: A Portrait of the Black Panther Movement: (February 1-May 15, 2018) Full list of library exhibits (past, present and future) FEBRUARY Exhibit: “Louder Than … Continue reading

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From the Stacks – a few of our favorites

1890: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Author/Editor: Emily Dickinson The  Poems of Emily Dickinson were first published in 1890 and are still in print today.  Many library resources, like the Concise Dictionary of American Literature,  provide insight into the life and … Continue reading

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Sign up for our subscription to New York Times!

Don’t forget we have a subscription to the digital content for the New York Times – Sign up Now!  Click here to learn how.  Follow the directions to set up an account. Did you know over 815 Loggers have registered … Continue reading

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Artist Talk: “The Amazing World of Colette Fu: Pop-Up Book Engineer”, February 15, 6 p.m., Collins Library, Room 020

Colette Fu received her M.F.A. in fine art photography from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2003, and soon after began devising complex compositions that incorporate photography and pop-up paper engineering. She has designed for award-winning stop motion animation commercials … Continue reading

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Campus New York Times Access

Dear Campus Community, The New York Times is currently experiencing what they are calling a “systems glitch” which has impacted most of their institutional subscribers, including Puget Sound.  This is why those of you who have registered for institutional access … Continue reading

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Exhibit Coming: “Louder Than Words: A Portrait of the Black Panther Movement”, February 1-May 15, 2018

Curated by Black Panther Party Archivist and Historian Bill X Jennings, Louder than Words: A Portrait of the Black Panther Movement focuses on the Party’s social justice and community programs. The Collins Memorial Library exhibit features a broad range of … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from the Collins Memorial Library

Best wishes for the new year!  

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A family mystery

As hurricane Katrina is fast approaching the Louisiana coast, Cora Boisdore, refuses to leave. Her parents, Joe Boisdore, a decedent from slaves, and his white wife, Dr. Tess Eshleman, are forced to evacuate without her. This sets off events that … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: Studying vs. the Snow

With our stomachs still full from Thanksgiving dinner, we are forced to accept that finals are only a couple of weeks away. Of course it is easy to get distracted with this dark, rainy weather by imagining snow piles instead … Continue reading

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