The search to achieve the American Dream: Book Reading on Thursday, April 26, 7pm at Elliott Bay Book Co.

Mike Muñoz, has done a lot of waiting for something in his life to change. After high school he is still doing menial work and was just fired from his lawn boy gig. Mike knows to change his life he is the one that has to make a change.  READ MORE...

From the Archives & Special Collections: Studying the Home: Women and Home Economics at UPS

“Studying the Home: Women and Home Economics at University of Puget Sound” is an exhibit that focuses on the transformation of the Home Economics department from its beginnings in 1910, when it was known as Domestic Science, to its final days in the early 1980s when the department was renamed Nutrition and Textiles.  READ MORE...

Library 24/7 Hours are Apr 29-May 1 and May 6-10!

Collins Library wants you prepared for Mid-terms and Finals Week. Good luck!  READ MORE...

Collins Library Links: Professional & Personal Resources at Your Fingertips

In addition to the myriad scholarly resources available to you, the library provides a wealth of resources that support your professional & personal information needs.  READ MORE...

Congratulations 2018 Library Excellence in Action Student Employee Award Winners!

Thank you Eden Dameron, Carlisle Huntington, Sarah Peyer-Nelson and Connor Wilson for jobs well done! We appreciate you.  READ MORE...

Browsing the Stacks

Our library is full of treasures. For example, we have 3 copies of the art magazine Verve. Launched in 1937, by French publisher Tériade, the magazine was focused on raising awareness of art to a new generation of painters and intellectuals. 
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Collins Library Acquires the 1st Completely 3D Printed Book by artist Tim Burtonwood, Art Institute of Chicago

Collins Library acquired this book for our Archives & Special Collections and will serve as a prototype and source of inspiration for Makers! We plan to re-create this design this summer and hope this book inspires you to think about what you can create.  READ MORE...

Puget Sound supports the Lever Press

Puget Sound is a founding member of the Lever Press which supports publication of scholarship in the liberal arts. Find out how you can contribute and support this initiative: https://www.leverpress.org/.

Exhibit: "Louder Than Words: A Portrait of the Black Panther Movement", February 1-May 15, 2018

Curated by Black Panther Party Archivist and Historian Bill X Jennings, Louder than Words: A Portrait of the Black Panther Movement focuses on the Party’s social justice and community programs.  READ MORE...

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