Library Display Recap: January and February 2020

Each month, the Campus Library staff create multiple thoughtful displays that can be found on the first and second floors. This post documents all of the library displays in the months of January and February 2020. January Displays Mass incarceration - 1st Floor Created by Dani Rowland (American & Ethnic Studies Librarian) and Denise Hattwig…

Library Display Recap: October – December 2019

Each month, the Campus Library staff create multiple thoughtful displays that can be found on the first and second floors of the library. This post documents all of the library displays in the months of October through December 2019. October Displays Domestic violence awareness month - 1st floor Created by Tami Garrard (Access Services Manager)…

Preparation for Future Snowpocalypses

When it comes to Washington, you would automatically assume that every day is a rainy day, no matter what the season is. However, planning for any snow is less likely to happen...until it actually happens. This is important to note and get ready for, especially in the wintertime, because different situations can occur. This includes…

We Have Salmon at School?!

When you think of school, you never think that the campus would have it's very own wetlands included with a lake, creek, and a salmon spawning site. Nevertheless, fall quarter is the perfect time to witness nature's most legendary phenomena: Spawning Salmon. If you ask any biology or environmental professor here, they can tell you…

Library Display Recap: August and September 2019

Each month, the Campus Library staff create multiple thoughtful displays that can be found on the first and second floors. This post documents all of the library displays in the months of August and September 2019. August Displays Recreational Reading Collection - 1st FLOOR Created by Members of the Rec Reading Team Summer 2019: Cora…

Stress, Self-Care, and Balance in College

When in college, you may find it a challenge to take a break for yourself. Some students find it difficult to have an outlet because of the constant urge to work or complete important tasks. Balancing out responsibilities should not be a constant hassle for students; by planning ahead and being efficient with your time…

Different Study Environments

Throughout the school year, you can often find me and other students on campus in the library doing homework or catching up on studying. Most of the time, I am able to pile through a decent amount of work, but there are some days where I feel unmotivated and distracted. There are hundreds of studies…

Library Display Recap: June and July 2019

Each month, the Campus Library staff create multiple thoughtful displays that can be found on the first and second floors. This post documents most of the library displays in the month of June and July 2019. June Displays CANDY - 2nd Floor Created by Jolene Truong and Andrea Portugal (Circulation Student Employees) Photo taken by…