Titus Alone, is one of three tales in the Gormenghast Novels, An incredible find written by English Author Mervyn Peake, 1959. Find it in our library stacks, call number PR6031E183G65! Amazon.com Review says, “Mervyn Peake’s gothic masterpiece, the Gormenghast trilogy, … Continue reading
Thanks to all our incredible student employees! We appreciate you and all the great work that you do!
Are you a poet and just don’t know it? Here are some terrific resources for poetry! Come celebrate this month!
Collins Library has established in 2012 an award to recognize three student employees who demonstrate outstanding commitment to their work and excellence in job performance. Read more about eligibility requirements and how to nominate a library student employee at the … Continue reading
The Collins Memorial Library and Print & Copy Services have teamed up, using discarded paper to create useful and handy notepads for free distribution to the Puget Sound community! Read more and see how you can participate!
The University of Puget Sound has a unique collection of archival and manuscript materials. Many of the collections are described in the Northwest Digital Archives (NWDA) Explore documents that recount experiences in China, an Argentinian astronomer, or materials used by … Continue reading
From Springer, a leading publisher of scientific and professional information, comes LaTeX search. Mainly of interest to faculty and students in math and science. This tool allows you to search for formulas within Springer journals. LaTeXSearch, a free service provided … Continue reading
Collins Memorial Library is pleased to announce the appointment of Ben Tucker as the new Business, Economics and Social Sciences Librarian. Ben joined the Library liaison team on January 19th and will be responsible for reference and information services for … Continue reading
Another successful Edible Book Festival for year 2011! It’s not too early to think about your entry for next year! See All Images here
Dazzling satin dressed figurines in purples, creams, burgundies, and more – line the walls and fill study and reading space near the Learning Commons. This display is the handiwork of talented students taught by theatre instructor Mishka Navarre in her … Continue reading