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    Check out the exhibit on the library’s 3rd floor near the L stacks to find out!
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    1.  Check out a 20-page sketchbook for the summer.

    2.  Fill it up and bring it back in the fall.

    3.  We will make it part of the library’s permanent collection in the Pioneers Balcony.

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    Are you interested in learning how to draw different types of plants, bugs, and mammals? Do you have an interest in exploring how to tie together the arts and sciences? Then a Scientific Illustration workshop is for you! A Scientific Illustrator will be visiting campus the weekend of April 7-9 to lead three Workshops. If you are interested and want to sign up for one of these sessions, or want to learn more, click here!


    Thank you to SAAB, the Biology Department & the Watzek Library for supporting this event.

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    The Horror of Normalcy: Katherine Dunn, Geek Love, and Cult Literature opens to the public April 4. This exhibition provides a first look at the literary archive of the cult Portland author, who arranged to bequeath her collection to Lewis & Clark before her death in 2016.
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    This exhibit was curated by Angela Mele, Sophia Horigan ’16, Cora Layman ’19, & Kellsy Nava-Lopez ’19 and populates wooden cases in the library atrium. 

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    Roses are red, violets are blue,
    Watzek’s rad robot prints poems just for you.
    They are better than this one.

    PoemBot brought to you by Watzek Digital Initiatives and Sophia Horigan, ’16. New poems daily April 1-30.

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    Anna Lorton is serving as a Reference and Instruction Librarian for Dan Kelley as he is leading an overseas program in Australia this semester.  Click to learn
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    This exhibit is curated by Nate Klimpert ’16 with contributions from Phil Gaddis ’68.  Look for it in a glass case in the library atrium.
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    Today Watzek Library is launching the new and improved Senior Projects site. The site contains electronic theses and studio art capstone images submitted to Watzek Library over the past several years.
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    Watzek Library would like to thank research assistants Tawny Bright, Nathaniel Hamlett, Heather Schadt, and Naomi Goldman-Nagel for helping us staff the reference desk Sunday through Wednesday evenings from 7pm-9pm this semester.
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    Take a look at the case outside Watzek 343 to see a rotating display of work that has recently come out of the Graduate School…
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    Watzek Library will close Wednesday, November 23, at 5 p.m. and will reopen Saturday, November 26, at 11 a.m. Gobble Gobble and best wishes for the holiday!

    For the latest on Watzek building hours, check out Library hours.
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    Watzek Library has several exhibits exploring the idea of “Home: Race, Place, and Belonging”
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    Art227: Useful Art is pleased to present various works that are in circulation from now until Wednesday, November 23rd.  Check out the art in Watzek Library.  Literally.
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    This HeinOnline collection brings together, for the first time, all known legal materials on slavery in the United States and the English-speaking world.
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    History Professor Susan Glosser and students research, write and curate exhibit on display in Watzek Library.
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    History major, Sam Bussan ’18 recently discovered a rare 1599 English Bible in the basement of Watzek. This Oregonian story includes some great pictures and briefly interviews him and our new Head of Special Collections, Hannah Crummé. 
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    Watzek Library would like to thank research assistants Lauren Krumholz and Nick Hensel for helping us staff the reference desk on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7pm-9pm this semester.  Thanks for helping us extend our hours!
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    You can now reserve a study room using our new online study room reservation system!  Click below to learn more about it or use the link on our homepage to reserve one now.
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    Visionaire is one of Watzek’s more unique and lesser-known periodicals.  Click below to find out more…

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