Tag: Cannell Library

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Breakfast and Books

Students funneled into a small conference room in Cannell Library early Wednesday morning to partake in a breakfast of cereal, muffins, fruit and one rather inedible addition: books. Lots of books. From April 18-21 in PUB 160, APB is collecting used books that are in relatively good condition to donate […]

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Woven in Time

With a meager 0.5 percent of Clark students identifying as Native American and only 1.9 percent of Washingtonians, Native American culture faces diminishing representation of its arts and traditions. Clark looks to rejuvenate the Native American culture by weaving its way onto campus through the exhibition of “Native Voices: Native […]

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Native Voices Exhibit

Cannell Library has been chosen to host the traveling exhibit Native Voices, a display about native concepts on health and illness developed and produced by the U.S. National Library of Medicine. According to Michelle Bagley, dean of Clark Libraries and Academic Success, the Native Voices exhibit will explore the life, […]

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30 Clicks Presentation

By Sandra Zichterman in News The Clark library hosts their 30 Clicks event every Wednesday to explore new technologies and information tools. The library holds the event from 12:15-12:45 p.m. in Library 103 and in Columbia Tech Center 208. This week in LIB 103, Zachary Grant will provide information about […]