- The World Through Abby’s Eyes exhibit, January 8, 2024 – April 30, 2024, Collins Library
- Banned Books Week 2023
- 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
Category Archives: Arts/Humanities, Social Sciences & Science
There’s a plethora of information to be found online about voting, candidates, electoral statistics, campaign finance and more. Here are just a few good sites to get you started. For information about Washington State Elections a great place to start … Continue reading →
Coming soon: Food for Fines in November! $1.00 per can with a maximum of $20.00. Donate to a worthy cause AND clean up your library debt at the same time. More information coming soon!
Canadian writer Alice Munro has been awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature. Calling her “a master of the contemporary short story,” the Swedish Academy announced the award late last week. Find Munro’s short story collections at Collins Library!
We’re entering the second week of the federal government shutdown that’s a result of the lack of a federal budget. While critical services such as Social Security benefits, the Postal Service, the military, and air traffic control continue functioning, many … Continue reading →
Looking for digital tools to enhance your research efforts? Bamboo DiRT is a digital humanities initiative that helps you match your needs to specific tools. From creating a mashup to organizing your research, from visualizing data to analyzing texts, Bamboo … Continue reading →
Trying to save paper and print 2 pages per sheet of paper? In order to print your pages in the correct order using Foxit, follow the steps below to set the correct print parameters. Questions or problems? Ask us – … Continue reading →
On Wednesday, September 18th, there will be a panel discussion with several of the Washington State Supreme Court Justices and others on the topic of “Legal Issues in Diversity.” The justices are expected to explore some recent controversial legal issues, … Continue reading →
Starting on your research project early this year? You may be able to get your ILLiad requests sooner than you think! BEFORE submitting ILLiad requests, be sure to ALWAYS check our resources in Collins Library first! Here’s why! Last year, … Continue reading →
Did you know that ARTstor has high quality religious images in its collection? Western and Eastern religious beliefs and traditions are represented by sacred texts, religious iconography, ceremonial objects, and places of worship, including temples, cathedrals, synagogues, churches, and mosques. … Continue reading →
There’s no shortage of domestic statistics and data resources on the Web. American Fact Finder, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Data.gov are just a few of many sites that are supported by the federal government that … Continue reading →