Poster Session: History 450Join students and faculty at a History Department poster session on Wednesday, December 11 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. in the Watzek Library atrium. Fifteen history majors, enrolled in Professor David Campionís seminar course, History 450: Britain and the Empire in the 20th Century, will be displaying their thesis posters.
We're looking forward to a wide array of topics, ranging from "The rise of English football hooliganism" to "African American GI's in England during World War II", from the following students:
Schuyler Adkins, Dana Bronson, Ethan Bruno, Eli Cagan, Nate Dorgan, Sam Franer, Matthew Frantz, Taylor Herbert, Dima Hurlbut, Nina Manno, Emily Mathay, Lydia Simmons, Caleb Spiegel, and Jules Zienkiewicz.
Watzek SAC Presents... Watzek Recess!Don't let the stress of Reading Days get you down. Come to the library classroom for a spread of treats and diversions to help get you through: 8-10 p.m., Thursday December 12 & Friday December 13.
The details: dog therapy (Thursday only) savory & sweet snacks and lots of caffeine coloring and games galore screening animated movies free 10 minute massages (sign up at 8 pm sharp-limited availability) These events are organized by the Watzek Library Student Advisory Committee (SAC), and are funded by the Associated Students of Lewis & Clark (ASLC).
Congratulations to Mary SzybistWatzek Library congratulates Mary Szybist, Associate Professor of English, for winning the 2013 National Book Award in Poetry for her latest collection, Incarnadine.
In celebration of this extraordinary achievement, Watzek Library presents a selection of past National Book Award winners in Poetry on display in the Library Atrium.
The Reference Desk Does Nights!Need some evening research assistance? Watzek librarians will be available at the Reference Desk, from 7 to 9 p.m., December 8-12 and December 15-18.
For more information about getting help from our research experts, check out all the ways to contact a librarian for assistance right here.