Ease the stress of finals week and keep your energy up. Join us for FREE coffee and snacks from 6-close, Mon-Thu of finals week. It will be set up on the first floor of the library in the Tower Room. Don’t forget to bring your own mug.
We recently installed 2 LCDs in MIC 303 and 304 to enable collaboration on group projects. You can plug in your laptop (or one of ours) and work on presentations, code, media or whatever else. Check them out or stop by the front desk and reserve one of the rooms today!
Come check out our library display this month, as we celebrate Aviation! From Amelia Earhardt to the Wright Brothers, we have a diverse collection on aviation. So spread your wings and read about the wonderful world of aviation this month!
Gentlemen of the ‘stache had a hand in shaping the world into what it is today. Read about their inspiring, fascinating, shameful, and sometimes terrifying exploits today!
NEWS: Earlier this month, the Association for General and Liberal Studies (AGLS) honored Champlain College with the 2010 Exemplary Program Award. This award recognizes institutions that improve learning through collaborative efforts to gather results, use the results to develop systematic learning improvement projects, and then verify those improvements. In presenting the award, AGLS wrote: “The […]Continue reading
October is a great month! Many famous people were born in October and many events happened in the month of October. We have put a display together celebrating the birth of two great Presidents: John Adams and Teddy Roosevelt. Educator John Dewey, born in Burlington, Vermont was also born in October. The United Nations celebrates […]Continue reading
Improv Mystery TheaterThursday, October 14, 6-8 pmMiller Information CommonsDirected by: Eric Ronis During this Impov Mystery theater event, actors will portray characters from the Harry Potter universe and guide audience members through this treasure hunt/haunted house/murder mystery mash up! Thirty minute long mystery tours leaving on the half hour.
Harry Potter-esque Brown Bag Talk 4Thursday October 7, 12-1:30 pm, Alumni AuditoriumHosted by: Steve Wehmeyer “My Daemon can beat up your Patronus!” — Visions of the magical “Second Self” in Western fantasy literature, art, mythology, and folklore. This presentation explores the deep cultural roots of one of the most compelling concepts in recent fantasy literature […]Continue reading
A new book display is up at the front desk of the library examining the internet and how it relates to ourselves and society. Check one out today!
Mandrakes, Nightshades, and MoreWednesday, September 29, 7-9 pm, Morgan Room Speaker: Katharine Anderson Experience first-hand (minus screaming mandrakes), Harry’s Herbology class as Katharine Anderson traces the science behind the folklore of nightshades that include the botany and chemistry that account for the family’s notorious reputation. Katharine is an ethnobotanist and cultural geographer who teaches in […]Continue reading