Collins Memorial Library

Thursday, Oct 2, 2014, 4:30 p.m.: Cartonera Book-Making Workshop, conducted by transfronterizo poet Juan Armando Rojas Joo

This free workshop open to Puget Sound students/faculty/staff, will introduce the campus to an innovative means of publishing that is popular in Latin America and Europe: Cartonera publishing. Cartonera or “Cardboard” publishing is a new way for writers to share their work that encourages interaction between different branches of the arts. Thursday, Oct 2, 2014, 4:30-6:30 p.m. in Collins Library, Room 020. READ MORE...

Collins Unbound Blog

Chain Letter of Debtors Installation by Carletta Carrington Wilson

Collins Library, in association with the Race & Pedagogy Conference, is pleased to host the installation of chain letter of debtors.  This powerful interactive work will be on display through October 24th in the entry of the Collins Library. READ MORE…

“At-Home” Preservation with Gudrun Aurand, Thursday, October 9th, 4–5:30 p.m.

Archives & Special Collections, Collins Memorial Library

In celebration of Archives Month, join us for this informational presentation to learn about how you can maintain your personal papers, photographs, and documents. Topics covered include the properties of paper, evaluation points, basic cleaning of documents, damaged documents, and storing documents. READ MORE...

Spotlight on: The Annual Microscopy Image Contest By Liz Roepke, Peer Research Advisor

Every fall at the Science & Math Summer Research Symposium, the Puget Sound Science Core Facility awards the winners of the Annual Microscopy Image Contest, which is sponsored by Nikon Instruments Inc., and Leica Microsystems. The contest is held to encourage students in the Math & Science departments to showcase photos they take during research. READ MORE...