Entries tagged with ‘Display’

International Pronouns Day!

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 marks the first annual International Pronouns Day. The ability to use and be referred to by one’s preferred pronouns is a basic human right. Being referred to by the wrong pronoun especially affects transgender and gender nonconforming people. Exploring the varied conversations surrounding pronouns is essential to a better understanding of […]

In Memory of our Friend and Colleague

¬†The Library was saddened to learn the news a few weeks ago that former Library AV Manager, Mark Kump, had passed away. Mark was a steady, calm presence in the library and we miss his dry wit. In honor of his memory, we have dedicated a book about sailing to him. Sailing was one of […]

1998 Tornado Display

Most of us have heard the stories. Many of us lived through it. Twenty years ago, a tornado struck the town of St. Peter and surrounding areas, causing widespread damage, including to campus. To mark the anniversary, the College & Lutheran Church Archives is unveiling a new display documenting the 1998 Tornado. Displayed materials include […]

Surveillance Self-Defense Workshop

Worried about cyber security? Wondering just who can see your data? Want to know how to protect yourself and your¬†online presence? Mark your calendars for an upcoming workshop! In conjunction with the upcoming MayDay! conference, our own Barbara Fister will offer a Surveillance Self-Defense Workshop on Wednesday April 26 3:30pm-4:20pm in the library’s e-classroom. Bring […]

Vote 2016

We hear there’s something about an upcoming election this November….? We’re guess you have, too! While we’re not going to tell you who to vote for, we are going to provide you with information: information about the candidates, about platforms, about polls, and – most importantly – about how and where to vote. Stop by […]