Stitching Stories of Miracles and Memories
Multicultural Reading Area, 2nd Floor
January 14 - April 1
Stitching Stories of Miracles and Memories is an exhibition that features embroidered and appliquéd fabric pictures called cuadros, created by the women of two art cooperatives, Manos Anchashinas and Compacto Humano, located in Pamplona Alta, on the outskirts of Lima, Peru.
In cooperation with our campus-wide diversity theme, Legacies, we celebrate and explore the legacies of these women, in the form of their created visual narratives, that depict their previous life in the countryside, experiences of migration, and current realities in the shantytowns.
Broncos Read 2011 Kick-OffJan 13, noon-12:30 p.m., Learning Commons Arcade
Food For Fines - Fall 2010Nov 8 - Dec 10
Blindside: An Inside Look at College AthleticsLiterary Cuisine, Thu Nov 11, noon-1:30 p.m.
The Open Space of DemocracyBook of the Quarter, Wed Oct 27, 7-8:30 p.m.
From Inspiration to Illumination, an Experience of the Saint John's Bible
Tim Ternes, Presenter
Wednesday, November 3, 2010, 4 p.m.
Saint Clare Room, 3rd Floor
Learning Commons, Technology Center, and Library
We are excited to present Tim Ternes, Director of Programming & Exhibitions at the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library at St. John's University, who will give a presentation on the Saint John's Bible, coinciding with the ongoing exhibit Scribes, Saints, & Scholars: The Bible, 1150-2010.
Free and Open to the Public
Scribes, Saints, & Scholars: The Bible, 1150-2010Exhibit, 3rd Floor Gallery, Through January 28
OSCAR System Maintenance
OSCAR will be unavailable for roughly 30 minutes between midnight and 1 a.m. on Friday, August 27. The downtime is to allow for migration of the storage for the Simple Search interface server.
LINK+ System Maintenance
LINK+ will be unavailable for roughly four hours starting at 7 a.m. on Thursday, September 2. The downtime is for an application upgrade. During this time, patrons will not be able to search or request items from LINK+.
What is Changing in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Please join us for an exciting multidisciplinary panel/discussion.
- Date: Wednesday, May 26
- Time: 4:30-6 p.m.
- Location: Saint Clare Room, 3rd Floor, Harrington Learning Commons
- Michael Kevane, Department of Economics (moderator)
- Anatole Tiendrebeogo, S.T.L., Department of Religious Studies
- Leslie Gray, Environmental Studies Institute
- John Hawley, Department of English
- David Pier, Department of Music
In conjunction with the exhibit “Reading West Africa: Literacy and Libraries in Burkina Faso”, the University Library and the Economics department are sponsoring a multidisciplinary panel / discussion on the future of Sub-Saharan Africa. Five SCU faculty will express their views on significant changes happening in the region and open the floor to questions and discussion.
If you haven’t visited the “Reading West Africa” exhibit yet, reserve some time before or after the panel to visit the Learning Commons Third Floor Gallery.
Reading West Africa: Literacy & Libraries in Burkina FasoExhibit, Apr 7 - Aug 27
Food For Fines - Spring 2010May 17 - Jun 10
Julia Child, America's French Chef: A Life in FoodLiterary Cuisine, Thu May 6, noon-1:30 p.m.
The Myth of MultitaskingBook Of The Quarter, Tue Apr 20, 7-8:30 p.m.
In Defense of Food: An Eater's ManifestoBook of the Quarter, Thu Feb 25, 2-3:30 p.m.