This Thursday -- The Salon
Join us in the Atrium of the Library on October 30 at 3:30 for the fall installment of The Salon, the biannual reading series co-sponsored by the Library and the Department of Languages & Literature. We'll continue our traditional fall theme of horror/suspense literature. Costumes are encouraged and we'll have appropriate Halloween-themed refreshments, along with a few "door" prizes. Bring your own favorite horror or suspense piece to share, but we'll also have plenty of books of poetry and short literary pieces available.
Congratulations to the 2014 Banned Books Week Student Haiku Contest Winner!
First Place: Riley Robertson
Second Place: Beverly Meeks
Third Place: Skalia Coleman
These haiku along with others submitted, including by poets Mark White, Allison Mitchell, Caitlin Ray, Jasmine Harwell, and Tachera Porter, will be published in a forthcoming issue of The Prelude, the Huntingdon literary magazine. Click on the link below to read all submitted haiku.
"Why Libraries (Still) Matter by Jonathan Zittrain"
How to Read a Scholarly Article - Here's a nice, brief video on how to approach a scholarly article. Click on the link below!