- Dreams: An International Juried Artists’ Book Exhibition
- Collins Library Links: A New Chapter for the Library!
- It’s back! The 12th Annual Puget Sound Book Artists Members’ Exhibition! (June 5 – July 27, 2023), Opening Reception June 7, 4:30-6:30pm, Collins Library
- Cas Almond, 2023 Library Senior Art Award Winner
- Collins Library Links: Celebrating Libraries and Librarians
Category Archives: Arts/Humanities, Social Sciences & Science
Thanks for your input about the new chairs. There is always a balance between comfort, price and durability. We have tested a lot of chairs over the years. Our maroon cushioned chairs were falling apart and very dirty and we … Continue reading →
Music & Performing Arts combines audio and video that spans all time periods, hundreds of thousands of seminal artists, composers, choreographers, and ensembles to provide an unparalleled learning environment for the teaching of music. Contemporary world music, classical music, popular … Continue reading →
The 2014 Pulitzer Prizes, which honor excellence in journalism and the arts, will be announced on Monday, April 14th.
To see who the winners are please check the Pulitzer web site at: http://www.pulitzer.org/ In 1912, one year after Pulitzer’s death aboard his yacht, the Columbia School of Journalism was founded, and the first Pulitzer Prizes were awarded in 1917 … Continue reading →
ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) is the most comprehensive humanities list available online, offering nearly 4,000 titles selected by scholars across the humanities, with hundreds of new titles added each year. The collection includes monographs, critical studies, primary sources, reference works … Continue reading →
The February issue of Cultural Anthropology, a publication of the American Anthropological Association’s (AAA) Society for Cultural Anthropology (SCA) section, marked AAA’s foray into open access (OA) publishing. An editorial in this issue provides some insight into the move. This … Continue reading →
Since its first publication in 1785, The Times (London) has become one of the most preeminent, global daily (except Sundays) newspapers of the 18th century through the early 21st century, covering international events, people, places, politics, business news, opinion and … Continue reading →
Want to read the actual text of the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act?” Need a transcript of the President’s “State of the Union” address? Researching Watergate, and want to read the transcripts of President Nixon’s grand jury testimony? These … Continue reading →
This year marks the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s birth. To celebrate, the library is highlighting a series of streaming videos from its collection. BBC Shakespeare features television adaptations of 37 Shakespeare plays, from All’s Well That Ends Well to … Continue reading →
The Poetry Foundation offers an annual helping of winter poems, from Denise Levertov, Thomas Hardy, and others. Read and enjoy!
Collins Library recently added another resource for members of the campus community who are in search of statistics: Data-Planet Statistical Ready Reference. Brought to you by the same company as Data-Planet Statistical Datasets, Statistical Ready Reference provides access to the … Continue reading →