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Collins Library Links: Reading and Relaxing in the Time of COVID19

Reading and Relaxing in the Time of COVID19 During this stressful time for our community, please be reminded that Collins Library offers you a number of resources that might provide some escape from the worry that we are all facing.  … Continue reading

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Collins Library is delighted to have copies of two recent novels by Puget Sound English Graduates! 

Collins Library is delighted to have copies of two recent novels by Puget Sound English Graduates!  Congratulations to Kevin Nguyen and Ryan Chapman!  The books are on display in the library – but we imagine they will be checked out … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month in the United States. Puget Sound has hosted some incredible women on campus over the years. Here are some highlights from the archives: Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke at the Jones Hall Inside Theater on November … Continue reading

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You are not alone: Is it a promise? Or a threat?

Shay Miller has three strikes against her: no job, no apartment, no love in her life. But when she witnesses a perfectly normal looking young woman about her age make the chilling decision to leap in front of an ongoing … Continue reading

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The Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacific Northwest, May 3, 3-4:30pm, Archives & Special Collections, Collins Library

Sunday May 3, 2020 3–4:30 p.m. Archives & Special Collections, 2nd Floor Collins Library University of Puget Sound Light refreshments and a small number of books will be on sale. RSVP: http://www.ArtsAndCraftsPNW.eventbrite.com The ideals of the Arts and Crafts movement–a … Continue reading

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Stephen King’s “Elevation” hits the Popular Reading Collection!

    Scott Carey is losing weight.  He does not look any different, but his weight loss is steady and relentless, regardless of his efforts.  This condition cannot be medically explained.  As he comes to terms with this condition, Scott … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: Archives Open House Today

The Archives & Special Collections will host an open house today, February 26, from 3:00 to 5:00 in honor of Black History Month. We will have items related to the African American experience available for viewing. Some materials that will … Continue reading

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CANCELLED: Erin Zona, Women’s Studio Workshop will be showing books, April 27, 2-3:30pm, Archives Seminar Room, Collins Library.

Collins Library is pleased to welcome Erin Zona, Artistic Director at Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale, New York. Erin received her M.F.A. from The Rhode Island School of Design in 2009 and a BFA from The Kansas City Art Institute … Continue reading

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Logger Day Challenge Event in the Makerspace, March 10, 4–5pm

Be a Maker! The perfect way to end the Logger Day Challenge – pop into the Makerspace and learn about the new equipment and resources. Make a button to show Logger Pride, see our laser cutter in action, make a … Continue reading

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Black History Month featuring Dr. Rob Gore

During the month of February, in celebration of Black History Month, Collins Library will be featuring posts on some of the men celebrated in the traveling exhibition “Men of Change: Power. Triumph. Truth.” currently on display at the Washington State … Continue reading

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