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Events/Exhibits in Collins Library – Spring 2019

FEBRUARY Exhibit: February 1 – May 12, 2019, Transforming Knowledge: Altered Encyclopedias, Collins Library exhibit space. This exhibit features altered encyclopedias made by local artists. This exhibit provides the opportunity to reflect upon our relationship with the printed word and … Continue reading

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New Resources in the Public Domain 2019

January 1, 2019 is (finally) Public Domain Day: Works from 1923 are open to all! For the first time in over 20 years, on January 1, 2019, published works will enter the US public domain. Works from 1923 will be … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from Collins Memorial Library

Happy Holidays from the Collins Memorial Library! Best wishes for the New Year! This image is from The Biography and Typography of William Caxton, England’s First Printer, published in 1877. The image is said to depict the oldest representation of … Continue reading

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Jólabókaflóđ is happening in the Popular Reading Collection!

Jólabókaflóđ is happening in the Popular Reading Collection! Take a book home for the holiday break! For information see posters in the Popular Reading Collection.

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The unknown future…

A visionary investigation into the most urgent issues we face today as we move into an uncertain future. In twenty-one chapters Harari dives into ideas surrounding political, technological and existential issues and offers advice on how to prepare for the … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: Dead Feminists Seeding the Vote Broadside

The Archives & Special Collections recently acquired the newest Dead Feminists print, titled Seeding the Vote, by local artists Chandler O’Leary and Jessica Spring. This is the 27th broadside in the Dead Feminists series which features quotes by historical feminists, … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links: What’s new in the Makerspace

What’s New in the Makerspace Contact Information:  It’s easy – just contact makerspace@pugetsound.edu Guest Speakers:  Earlier this semester, we welcomed John Devine from the Tacoma Public Schools who established the SAMI Makerspace and is now working at the new iDEA … Continue reading

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Who will get the “small fortune”?

Stanley Huang is a father, husband, ex-husband, and a man of all-inclusive vacations and bargain luxury goods. A man who is newly diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Stanley’s family includes his son Fred, who feels that he should be making more; … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: Happy Thanksgiving!

Well, Loggers, the Thanksgiving holiday is upon us and I’m sure everyone is looking forward to spending time with their family and friends over a delicious meal. Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on what you are grateful for in … Continue reading

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She Would Be King by Wayétu Moore

Announcing Sarah Jessica Parker’s Newest Book Club Central Pick by Wayétu Moore.

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