- ‘Discover Collins Library!’ activity
- Puget Sound benefits from our partnership with the Orbis Cascade Alliance!
- Collins Library endorses the Joint Statement on Legislative Efforts to Restrict Education about Racism in American History
- Puget Sound Book Artists Returns to Collins Library
- Welcome back! Collins Library extends a warm welcome to new and returning students!
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All students, new and returning, are invited to stop by Collins Library before September 10th to participate in our new ‘Discover Collins Library!’ activity. This guided exploration of the library showcases the many helpful resources, friendly staff, and comfy spaces … Continue reading
Collins Library endorses the Joint Statement on Legislative Efforts to Restrict Education about Racism in American History
Collins Library endorses the American Historical Association, the American Association of University Professors, the Association of American Colleges & Universities, and PEN America’s Joint Statement on Legislative Efforts to Restrict Education about Racism in American History. The statement is a repudiation of … Continue reading
2020 was the 10th anniversary of the Puget Sound Book Artists. This grass roots organization started with just a few members and a big dream. It has evolved into an organization of over 100 members with a robust program of … Continue reading
Come to the library to participate in Discover Collins Library, a fun activity designed to introduce or re-introduce you to some of our services and resources. You’ll earn small prizes along the way and can enter drawings for a large … Continue reading
Art Moment at Collins Library – June 25, 11:00-1:00pm, Celebrating the Kelmscott Press and our new Book Arts/Printing Press Studio!
At the end of the month, Collins Library will be joining other libraries and museums around the world to celebrate William Morris’s Kelmscott Press and the 125th anniversary of the Kelmscott edition of The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Four years in the making, with … Continue reading
University of Puget Sound is on the traditional homelands of the Puyallup Tribe. The Puyallup people have lived on and stewarded these lands since the beginning of time, and continue to do so today. We recognize that this land acknowledgement … Continue reading