Archive for January, 2009

Authors and Scientists @ the Library

The very first week of the spring semester will be a busy one for visitors and celebrations. On February 10th, Minnesota writer William Kent Krueger will be on campus to speak about his books and discuss the writing process. He is the author of the Cork O’Connor mystery series set in northern Minnesota in the […]

Get Ready to Celebrate Creative Inquiry

Planning has begun for the second annual Celebration of Creative Inquiry, an event that highlights the creative and scholarly work done by Gustavus students. So mark your calendar for May 1st, from 7 to 9 pm. See a slide show or read the abstracts from last year’s event. Students can apply to present their projects […]

Celebrate Responsible Scientific Inquiry…

…with cake! Mark your calendars – on February 12, the library will be hosting an event in recognition of Darwin Day. Marking the anniversary of Darwin’s birth “expresses gratitude for the enormous benefits that scientific knowledge, acquired through human curiosity and ingenuity, has contributed to the advancement of humanity,” at least according to the Darwin […]

Curl Up With a Good Book

Maybe you have a little extra time on your hands during January – but no desire to clean out your drawers or go out into the frigid air. Now’s your chance to catch up on reading, just for fun. In case you aren’t sure what to read, the library has some selections on display in […]