Birds, what would we do without precious birds? In honor of National Bird Feeding Month, we have created a display of some beautiful and informational bird books. Birds play such an important role in nature. You can help feed birds in some very simple and inexpensive ways.So if you can.. help feed the birds!
The Miller Information Commons’“Meaningful Books” series highlightsBecky Peterson Tuesday, February 24th at Noon.Miller Information Commons, Vista Room(Refreshments will be served) Becky is in her 22nd year at Champlain and is currently the Registrar. For 16 years, she worked as a Counselor in Student Life. She has also led the Music Makers group at Champlain for […]Continue reading
Stop by the library to enjoy a very impressive display of COR 110 student self-portraits. The works on display represent the efforts of members of the class of 2012 to integrate their learning in art, psychology, neuroscience, and literature to produce their own self-portraits at semester’s end. You can also see them on our Flickr […]Continue reading
Chuck Darwin and Abe Lincoln share the exact same birthday (2/12/1809), so we have put displays up for both of them. In addition to sharing the same birthday and being extraordinary human beings, they also both had amazing beards: Lincoln’s Beard, Darwin’s Beard. The coincidences are eerie.
Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809. This year we celebrate his 200th birthday. A display has been created featuring some marvelous books on President Lincoln. Stop by the library and check out the display in the main foyer display case. The display will be up for the month of February.