Collins Memorial Library

Become a Peer Research Advisor for the 2017-2018 Academic Year

Do you love to learn? Do you enjoy helping others? Would you like to develop your capacity for reflective, professional practice? Are you interested in careers in education, archives, libraries, or museums?  READ MORE...

Collins Unbound Blog

From the Archives & Special Collections: The Mountain Is Out

If you’ve spent any time on campus, you’ve definitely noticed the incredible view we have of Mount Rainier. The Mountain that was “God” (being a little book about the great peak which the Indians named “Tacoma” but which is officially called “Rainier”) by John H. Williams was published in 1911, and features a lot of very attractive photography of our beloved mountain.  READ MORE...

Diversity and Inclusion Resources: Latin American Newsletters (LatinNews)

Latin American Newsletters (LatinNews) was founded in London in 1967 to provide expert political, economic, and security analysis on Latin America and the Caribbean. For nearly 50 years, it has been acknowledged as the foremost authority on the region. Check it out!  READ MORE...

Read All About It – Don’t delay – Sign up for your New York Times account

We have exciting news, the University of Puget Sound, coordinated by Collins Library, now has a site license to the New York Times web site. This means that all students, faculty and staff at the University have full and unlimited access to all of the content on the New York Times site.   READ MORE...

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30 Years of Bookmaking at Bloodroot Press, March 8th, 5:30-6pm coffee/conversation, 6pm presentation, Library 020

Jean Buescher Bartlett is the founder and owner of Bloodroot Press, an Ann Arbor-based studio and bindery. She will discuss where she gets ideas and how she has incorporated them into her limited edition letterpress and one-of-a-kind artists’ books over the last 30 years.  READ MORE...