Collins Memorial Library

Behind the Archives Door event: “From Jackson State to Ferguson: Memory and Erasure in the History of Racial Violence”, Tues., April 7, 4 p.m., Second Floor Collins Library

Focusing on the police shootings that took place at Jackson State College forty-five years ago, Professor Nancy Bristow will situate the recent events in the nation’s long history of state violence against African Americans and explore the white community’s unwillingness to address its racial dynamics. 

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Al-Mutanabi street, Baghdad’s book row, gets its first female bookseller, 22-year old Ruqaya Fawziya

"In the beginning not only my family, anyone I would speak to about my idea to sell books at Al-Mutanabi Street, would oppose the idea, describing it as strange, and advising me not to do it, but later, when they saw me entering this world, they started encouraging me."  READ MORE...

Join Us! Library Career Night - April 21, 2015, 5-6 p.m. Misner Room, Collins Library

Do you love research? Or enjoy helping others? How about working with new Technology? At this informal discussion, librarians will share information about graduate programs, internships, and career opportunities in the library and beyond.

Theatre Arts at Puget Sound: Celebrating a History of Collaboration, Imagination, and Engagement, Feb. 1 – May 15, 2015

Reception: Friday, February 6, 2015, 4:00-6:00 p.m., Presentation at 4:30 p.m., Collins Memorial Library. The materials in this wide-ranging exhibit offer a glimpse into the process of campus production and performance. READ MORE...