Thursday, April 27, 2006
The Girl from Monday
Tristan & Isolde
Mrs. Henderson Presents
Breakfast on Pluto
Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
Son Frere (His Brother)
Castle in the Sky
Tuesday, April 25, 2006
Monday, April 24, 2006
Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Tuesday, April 11, 2006
During this time
Owned/Out availability is not reliable. Check the shelf to see if something is available. Details
Books cannot be renewed. Your Borrowing Record is frozen. Details
Do Not request Holds. They will not be processed. Details
For Course Reserves: ask at the Circulation Desks. Details
Interlibrary Loans (ILLs) WILL be processed. Use the ILL forms. Details
Interlibrary Loan Renewals are not possible until 4/24. See Nicole Reuter (email@example.com) 363-5604, or Janine Lortz (firstname.lastname@example.org) 363-3822 with questions.
Friday, April 07, 2006
Research Bibliography Awards
Three $200.00 awards are available this year, one each for the best bibliographic research to come out of upper division courses in the Fine Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences during the 2005-2006 academic year. Upper-division Undergraduate students are invited to submit their essay or other research project, along with a written description of their research process and a written faculty recommendation, to Molly Ewing, Public Services Librarian. Previous winners can be viewed on the library website.
To be considered, submissions must be complete by Friday, 21 April, 2006
Entries to the contest must be submitted by April 3, 2006 to Norma Dickau in A108 at the Clemens Library (CSB) or to David Malone in the Library Reference Office at the Alcuin Library (SJU). Students may submit up to three pieces unless it is a series which consists of more than 3 pieces. This contest is open to all CSB/SJUstudents, not just Art Majors!
Work in all two-dimensional and three-dimensional media will be accepted including but not necessarily limited to sculpture, painting, prints, drawings, photographs, jewelry, ceramics, video, computer or artist’s books. Work created in classes is certainly eligible. All work should be suitably framed (in whatever way the artist thinks is appropriate to the piece) and ready for hanging.
The artwork should be accompanied by a typed statement relating the intentions, motivations, or themes of the artist. The statement should be approximately 100 words. The awards have been increased this year; prizes include 1st place of $200, 2nd place of $150 and 3rd place of $100. The contest is sponsored by the Clemens Library of the College of Saint Benedict and the Alcuin Library of Saint John's University with the assistance of members of the CSB/SJU Art Faculty.
The work will be displayed in the Clemens Library from April 19 – May 10. For more information contact David Malone (email@example.com or 363-2127) or Norma Dickau (firstname.lastname@example.org or 363-5296).
All reasonable care and precaution will be taken in the handling, storing, and installing of the artworks submitted for this contest. Neither the Libraries nor the jury committee will be responsible for damage to works while in our possession. Submission to this contest shall imply agreement to all conditions of the contest.
An entry from can be found at http://www.csbsju.edu/library/local/artcontestentry.pdf or in the library.
-sg & dm
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