Watzek's annual Food for Fines Drive, taking place December 10th-17th, offers you a chance to help the hungry while you take care of those pesky overdue fines. You'll earn up to $2 towards overdue charges for every can you bring to the Watzek Library Circulation Desk. Preferred items include peanut butter, canned fruits & veggies, soups, stews, canned tuna or chicken, macaroni & cheese, and other boxed grains & pastas (no ramen). Pet food, expired, and perishable items, along with glass containers, will not be accepted. All items will be donated to the Oregon Food Bank.
Put down those textbooks! Pick up some of our favorite books to enjoy over your winter break holiday. Browse the Diversions display for fun reads that have nothing to do with your classes.
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We know you voted! Now delve further into U.S. politics with our November Diversions display dedicated to elections and political science.
Work continues on the new Summit system, which went live on December 1st. Stay informed and see what's happening by visiting our Summit transition information page.
Watzek Library's Special Collections will host an Open House during Alumni Weekend on Saturday, October 4 from 1-3 pm. Highlights include College memorabilia, rare materials from the collection, and items from the recently acquired William Stafford Archives.
Please join the English Department and Watzek Library Special Collections in celebrating the 25th anniversary of Matt Wagner's graphic novel Grendel. The event is free and open to the public, and will take place Thursday Sept. 18 at 7pm in Miller 105. More information is available here.
Watzek Library and the Office of Multicultural Affairs are co-sponsoring a special screening of Divided We Fall, an award winning documentary exploring race, religion, and identity in the aftermath of 9/11. Monday, Sept. 15, 6 p.m., Council Chamber.
This exhibit features lesser known items from the rare book collection at Aubrey R. Watzek Library to provide a brief visual overview of the history of book binding from the era of vellum through contemporary handmade books. It is on display through December in the Library Atrium. For further information, see Slideshow: Tracing the history of bookbinding in Special Collections exhibit.
Welcome to Lewis & Clark! Join us for guided tours of Watzek Library on Wednesday 8/27 and Thursday 8/28 at 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00. Tours begin by the circulation desk.
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