Entries tagged with ‘displays’

Read, Relax, Win a Prize

Read & relax: What’s a great way to de-stress over the holidays? Read a book, just for fun! Win a prize: Recommend a book for a chance to win this book bag!  Two ways to enter: (1) fill out an entry slip at the Leisure Reading Display in the Library, or (2) use the online […]

National Native American Heritage Month

November is National Native American Heritage Month. If you’re in the Library, stop by and visit our Native American Heritage Month display – and borrow one of the books to read over break! Resources for Native American Heritage Month: American Indian Movement & Native American Radicalism Collection Minnesota Indian Affairs Council Minnesota Indian Tribes (Links […]

Celebration of Creative Inquiry Board

Ruth has been busy this summer working with our Creative Inquiry Board. If you were a part of the celebration last spring, stop by and see if you can find your project/research work on display! It’s located on the main floor near the back stairwell. “Great job, Ruth!”  

Honoring our Senior Student Employees

Whenever you walk through the Library, you see students. Studying, researching, browsing shelves, socializing…sometimes even napping. We hope you’ve also noticed an essential group of students who are working at the front desk, or the AV desk, or shelving books. Other students are behind-the-scenes, helping to order and process books and other materials. These are […]

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 […]

Banned Books Week 2017 Resources

Welcome to Banned Books Week 2017. Yes, there are still people who seek to challenge and ban books they deem “controversial,” for whatever reason. And yes, libraries continue to play a critical role in educating the public about these threats, as well as the value of unfettered access to information, even to ideas that are […]

April is National Poetry Month!

Looking for something fun to read? Celebrate national poetry month, one of the largest literary celebrations in the world by checking out our collection of poetry in the children’s and young adult sections! Take a break from studying to read poems by Shel Silverstein, Tomie dePaola, poems about nature, poems that will make you laugh, […]

Congratulations to Our Colleagues!

The library is delighted to congratulate our newly-tenured colleagues, who will be recognized in a Chapel service at 10am on Friday, April 21. In honor of their achievements, the library has dedicated a book to each of them. The books are on display near the library’s front doors. Congratulations, Josh, Betsy, Pam, Brandon, Angelique, Lauren, Ursula, Karrin […]

Immigration and Refugee Information

Immigration and refugee issues have dominated news cycles recently. In order to help you explore what’s happening, we’ve put together a couple of displays. Just inside the front doors, you’ll find a book display covering these topics. These books are a sample of what you’ll find in our collections; to find more, search the catalog […]

Building Bridges Resources #BB2017

The 2017 Building Bridges conference topic is “Uprooting Injustice: Fostering the Growth of Grassroots Movements.”  In honor of the conference, the Library has created an online guide to Activism resources. Please also stop by the library itself to see the Building Bridges book display created by the Building Bridges team. Be sure to visit the conference website above […]