Entries will be accepted through March 29. Visit the library guide website to register and for more information. Participants can register individually or as a group. Entry rules are simple: Submissions must be made from edible materials and somehow relate to a book.
A WSU Libraries’ display in Terrell Library, running through Feb. 14, delves into the Census and its impact on the nation’s inhabitants.
An installation of glass salmon by Lummi Nation glass artist Dan Friday will be commemorated with an opening reception from 3-4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30, at the WSU Terrell Library atrium.
Veterinary student Jessica Turner’s pet portraits will be on display through mid‑May at the Animal Health Library, part of the WSU Libraries’ “Art in the Library” program. An opening reception will take place from 4–6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24, at the Animal Health Library in Wegner Hall 170 at WSU Pullman.
The feedback will be used to help inform the WSU Libraries’ proposal for new equipment to the Student Technology Fee Committee in March.
The effects of Indian boarding schools on one family’s history is the subject of a new exhibit in WSU’s Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections that opens Friday, Oct. 25.
The Kimble Northwest History Database is a compilation of roughly 300,000 newspaper clippings collected and organized in the late 1930s by the Works Progress Administration to document life in the Pacific Northwest from 1900-1938.
Categories include strategy, games with friends, card games, and word games and trivia games. Patrons can check out games for seven days with one renewal allowed.
BrowZine allows patrons to browse and stay current with electronic journals in their academic fields and LibKey provides one‑click access to PDFs of articles where they are available.
The twice‑yearly “Art in the Library” exhibit on the Pullman campus features animal-themed works, typically from artists with a connection to the College of Veterinary Medicine.