Category Archives: Did You Know?
Need a break from homework? We’ve got hundreds of movies on DVD, and everything from mysteries to science fiction novels in our popular reading collection. We’ve got a ton of different places to study, whether you want to curl up … Continue reading
The American Folklife Center (AFC) at the Library of Congress is inviting Americans participating in holidays at the end of October and early November – Halloween, All Souls Day, All Saints Day, Dia de los Muertos – to photograph hayrides, … Continue reading
The Collins Library values the thoughts and feedback of our patrons! What’s new in the Collins library comments box? Read on… Suggestion: Building needs more natural light. No more fluorescents. Response: We are lucky to have so many windows in … Continue reading
“I only wish I’d learned this sooner!” –Puget Sound senior, buried under the weight of one hundred sources Collins Library recommends that all students familiarize themselves with and begin using citation managers during their sophomore year. Here’s why: During your … Continue reading
For those considering a study abroad program, considerations related to paperwork, vaccinations, and other pressing pre-departure logistics probably take precedence over access to scholarly resources while abroad. However, once the journey is under way and academic projects have begun students … Continue reading
There are additional tables on second floor for group study.
The Library acquired a new streaming audio service called Music Online Listening.
Laptop printing is available exclusively through vDesk!
On October 10, Carletta Carrington Wilson will be visiting Grace Livingston’s class in the early afternoon and presenting in the Archives space at 4:00 p.m.. Coffee and conversation from 3:30-4:00 p.m.
The sculpture in the Study Commons is this year’s Library Art Award winner!