Family Photos Inspire Events about Japanese Internment
Posted: October 13, 2014 -- letizia
Patti Hirahara’s favorite photo among the more than 2,000 taken by her father and grandfather during World War II shows an older man standing on a road in the middle of a camp, rows of barracks stretching ahead of him toward the distant, leveled-off top of Heart Mountain near Cody, Wyo.
It is a lonely image, made lonelier by the knowledge that the man – like Hirahara’s family and 10,000 other Japanese and Japanese Americans – was interned at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center, forced to leave behind a home, work and possessions after the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941.
Atrium Music Series Schedule - Fall 2014
Posted: September 22, 2014 -- ray.henry
Fall 2014 Atrium Music Series Schedule
(Most Fridays from 12:15 - 1:00pm)
WSU Libraries' Atrium Music is an informal series of free concerts in the Terrell Library Atrium. Drop in for all or any part of the concert as your schedule allows!
Through Oct. 12: Exhibit Details Efforts to Reuse, Recycle
Posted: September 19, 2014 -- letizia
In “Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair with Trash”—Washington State University’s common reading book for 2014-15—readers learn that the average American throws away about 7.1 pounds of trash every day. Over a lifetime, that’s 102 tons of garbage.
WSU Libraries and the university’s waste management department are sponsoring an exhibit through Oct. 12 in the Terrell Library atrium case to show how WSU makes a dent in those numbers by reducing, reusing and recycling waste.
Golden, diamond grads recall Holland during library tour
Posted: September 16, 2014 -- letizia
Roughly 80 members of the Washington State University classes of 1964 and 1954 (and one from the class of 1944) listened to piano performances in the Terrell Library atrium and toured Holland Library Sept. 11 during an annual celebration honoring longtime alumni.
For the diamond grads, Holland had just been constructed when they arrived at the university to pursue studies in 1950.
New Study Spaces Available in Holland & Terrell!
Posted: September 11, 2014 -- scales
Students needing study space have some new options this semester. The Holland and Terrell Libraries have installed new furniture in several areas that should make finding just the right space a bit easier. You can find the new, wired tables, rolling chairs, and whiteboards like those below in the reference area of Terrell (1st floor).
Checkout erasable markers and erasers from the Circulation Desk! Don't forget, we also have study rooms that can be reserved!
Zotero and EndNote Courses to Start This Month
Posted: September 8, 2014 -- letizia
WSU Libraries will begin offering courses this month for those interested in learning more about two reference management systems, Zotero and EndNote.
Zotero is free, open-source reference management software for bibliographic data and related research materials, such as PDF files. EndNote is a commercial reference management software package, used to manage bibliographies and references when writing essays and articles.
Courses will be held on the following dates:
Terrell Turns 20: Exhibit Recalls Library's Creation
Posted: August 27, 2014 -- letizia
More than two decades ago, a small parking lot and 140,000 cubic yards of dirt and trees inhabited the spot where Washington State University’s Terrell Library and iconic dome stand. Terrell celebrates its 20th anniversary and kicks off a new academic year with a retrospective exhibit about the library at the heart of campus.
WSU Libraries Change for End-of-Term Loans
Posted: August 26, 2014 -- letizia
The WSU Libraries are working to get our new system to correspond to how we do business, specifically with regard to the semester-long loans we have used in the past for faculty, graduate students, staff, professional students, and honors students. To accommodate patron needs, we have changed the dates for semester-length loans to be renewed or returned, based on University-assigned “expiration dates” that reflect current appointments and class registration.
World War I Exhibit in MASC Shows Impact to WSU Students, Faculty, Staff
Posted: July 29, 2014 -- letizia
It is a century old, its tan felt cover worn smooth by fingers that opened the scrapbook many times to see Logan Wheeler’s memories of Washington State College. More than 1,000 photos of campus life, people, events and buildings fill the book. There is also the unseen imprint of a spirited young man who caught unposed moments of friends eating watermelon at a picnic or shivering and freshly dusted after a snowball fight.
Librarians After Hours: Employee Exhibit Runs in Terrell Library through Aug. 15
Posted: July 18, 2014 -- letizia
A new exhibit at WSU Libraries is inspired partly by the “make and tell” philosophy of TV “MythBuster” Adam Savage and partly by the desire to showcase off-the-job creativity.
“After Hours: Makers of the Libraries,” will be in the Terrell Library atrium display case through Aug. 15. It features works by 14 WSU Libraries staff members – everything from jewelry, painting and photography to quilting, Native American art and even a tin man made from recycled cans.