The week of April 4-8, 2016 has seen an unprecedented flood of new books into the Library Learning Commons. In total, we received 117 new books, 17 boxes of donated titles, and 29 Rotating Collection books.
Lady Bird and Lyndon, Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates, and the Lion of the Senate were at a Washington dinner party discussing the Pacific with The War Reporter. A Black Man in a White Coat joined them after attending the Custer Trials and the conversation moved to The Rift […]
The Discreet Hero, searching for The World Beyond Your Head, ventured past The Buried Giant and tried not to disturb the Hissing Cousins who were attracting gawkers on Main Street again. Fearing the End of College and having to follow his father’s fate of becoming a Barefoot Lawyer, our hero traced […]
Today at the World Agriculture conference, a member of The Heinz Center was speaking about The State of the Nation’s Ecosystems 2008 when a group of people charged with Defending Childhood burst into the room led by The Undercover Economist. Their goal was Introducing Freire, glorifying Our Magnificent Bastard Tongue, and […]
Yesterday… Joan of Arc, In the Company of Sherlock Holmes, came into the Library looking for The Map of Betrayal. What they found was The Meaning of Human Existence. It’s true. Lila showed them, after they learned How Google Works. Sally Ride was with them, and she put Hand to Mouth […]
In 2015 the Library Learning Commons will work with Baker and Taylor, a book wholesaler, to create a rotating library collection through one of the company’s leasing plans. With the help of a small committee made up of CSC faculty and staff who represent various departments across campus, the LLC […]