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The adventure that can bring truth…

Stephen Leeds is a perfectly sane being, it’s his hallucinations that are insane. An unrivaled genius, Stephen can learn any new skill, vocation, or art in a matter of hours. However, to contain all of this, his mind creates hallucinatory … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: Behind the Archives Door: Dennis Flannigan’s “Letters from Mississippi”

On Thursday, October 18th (that’s tomorrow!), Dennis Flannigan, a member of Puget Sound’s Class of 1961, will join us in the Archives Seminar Room on the second floor of the library for our “Behind the Archives Door” lecture series. In … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: African American Communist Party Pamphlets

We recently completed a finding aid, or inventory, for a significant manuscript collection that we acquired several years ago – the African American Communist Party Pamphlets. This collection contains 53 pamphlets created between 1928 and 1974 by the Communist Party … Continue reading

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Memory Lame: An Unforgettable Installation by Jessica Spring and Scott Gruber, Opening Reception Dec. 5, 6:00pm, Collins Library

Memory Lame, Exhibit open October 22–January 25, Collins Library. A multi-faceted installation by Jessica Spring and Scott Gruber, “Memory Lame” focuses on retention and loss of memory, and our collective knowledge. As humans we employ many memory aids—from digital apps … Continue reading

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Collins Library Links – Special Edition: Focus on the Race & Pedagogy Conference

Collins Library Links – Special Edition Focus on the Race & Pedagogy Conference Librarian Lori Ricigliano has put together a number of useful resources associated with the upcoming Conference.  We encourage you to share this information with your students and … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: 2018 Race and Pedagogy National Conference

Beginning this Thursday evening, the University of Puget Sound and the Race & Pedagogy Institute will be hosting the fourth Race & Pedagogy National Conference. This year’s conference is centered on the theme of “Radically Re-Imagining the Project of Justice: … Continue reading

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Peer Research Advisors for Fall Semester 2018

Marcelle Rutherfurd ’19 and Lindsey Rachel Hunt ’19 are Peer Research Advisors in Collins Library for Fall Semester 2018. Their primary focus is to help first-year students find resources for the research paper in the Seminars in Scholarly Inquiry and … Continue reading

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An aspiring journalist becomes an advice columnist

Emmeline Lake and her best friend Bunty are doing their part for the war effort and trying to stay hopeful despite the German planes that make nightly raids. Emmy dreams of becoming a Lady War Correspondent and when she spots … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: Behind the Archives Door: Exploring Artifacts from the 1989 Tiananmen Square Protests, September 20, 2018, 3:00–4:00pm, Archives Seminar Room, Collins Library

Tomorrow, September 20th, is our first “Behind the Archives Door” event of the year! Join us to explore the Egge Collection on China, which contains materials dating from 1987 through 1990, collected by Claire ’57 and Don Egge ’55, two … Continue reading

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Fall 2018 Zine Series, Tuesday evenings from 5:00-6:00pm, Archives & Special Collections and the Makerspace

Join Collins Library for an informal series of reading hours and drop-in making sessions on Tuesday evenings 5:00-6:00pm in the Archives & Special Collections and the Makerspace! 9/25      Race & Identity Reading Hour @ A&SC Get to know the … Continue reading

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