The WSU Libraries are launching a photo contest called Love Your WSU Libraries from December 3, 2012 to January 31, 2013 to encourage student involvement. The Love Your WSU Libraries campaign is a contest open to allWashington State University students. Contestants are invited to take pictures of themselves “loving” or showing their appreciation for WSU Libraries and submit their image on our Love Your WSU Libraries webpage: loveyourlibs.wsu.edu
The reviewed and approved submissions will be posted to the WSU Libraries Pullman Twitter account and Holland and Terrell Libraries Facebook wall. All students have the opportunity to vote for their favorite image and the winners will be awarded prizes and have their picture featured on the contest’s results posters. Upon submission, students will have agreed to allow for their picture to be property of WSU Libraries. The Libraries may use these photos for promotional purposes.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this contest, please contact Anna Wheatley at email@example.com 509-335-6205.
Each Thursday at 12 noon during the month of February we will be showing one episode from the documentary series For Love of Liberty: the story of America’s Black Patriots in the African American Students Center.
The attached flyer contains more information and you can read more about the film here:
SO….If you are looking for something to do over the lunch hour, head over to CUB 420 and I will see you there!
On Wednesday, January 23rd, Representatives from Elsevier ScienceDirect will be on the WSU Pullman campus hosting information sessions about the Scopus database.
Scopus, one of the largest citation and abstract finding tools contains more than 19,000 titles from 5,000+ publishers and is international in scope. Join us at the library to find out how you can:
- Locate the most highly cited articles and authors
- Track citations to help support grant and tenure applications
- Compare and rank journals and more…
This session is open to all WSU Faculty, Staff and Students.
WHEN: Wednesday, January 23, 2013, Noon – 1:30pm
WHERE: Terrell Library #20E
Refreshments will be served.
Every year libraries on the Palouse sponsor a regional author. This year the book is Border Songs by Jim Lynch. Williamette Week noted of the book that it is “A fascinating look at the confluence of small-town life, the global drug trade and illegal immigration, and it places Jim Lynch at the forefront of Northwest writers to watch.” Lynch will be reading at the Holland and Terrell Libraries at noon on Tuesday November 13th in the Quiet Study Lounge. Please come, and tell your friends! More about the book and the rest of the Palouse-area library events can be found at http://everybody-reads.org/
“Wonderful…tender, sad and leavened with wit, Border Songs reads like something written by a more efficient Richard Russo.” — Ron Charles, book editor for The Washington Post
“Border Songs” is one of the more inventive and unique novels of recent years. Lynch’s dexterous handling of multiple voices and storylines makes Border Songs a book that goes by all too quickly.” — Rege Behe, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
“Lynch’s comic borderland is not only palpable, it is richly metaphoric. Comparisons with Ken Kesey and Tom Robbins are not only inevitable, they are welcome.” — The Globe and Mail (Canada)
“Lynch observes like a journalist and writes like a poet. … Brandon is one of the most remarkable characters created by a Northwest author in recent memory.” — Mary Ann Gwinn, Seattle Times book editor
“Enthralling … Lynch plays exquisitely with his theme of division and its consequences.” — Maclean’s (Canada)
Spring 2013 Atrium Music Series Schedule
(Most Fridays from 12:15 – 1:00pm)
||Jenny Danvers, vocalist
||Break Week, no recital
||Sarah Stark, piano
||Spring Break, no recital
||Samantha Eaton, flute and Gavin Carney, trombone
||Steve Damouni, piano
||WSU Flute Choir
(Additional concerts may be added)