Archive for December, 2010
Interlibrary loan requests submitted over the holiday break (December 21, 2010 – January 2, 2011) will not be processed until Monday, January, 3, 2011. Please plan accordingly; you can contact the ILL department with questions or concerns. Enjoy your break!
Is any of this yours? Total disrespect………….
Several Gustavus Adolphus alumni and a faculty member were very successful in the past election on November 2nd. Come see the new display brought to you by the College and Lutheran Church Archives, “Gusties in Minnesota Legislature.” The display features five former students (Mindy Greiling, David Hann, Kory Kath, Ted Lillie, and Paul Torkelson) and [...]
Lovely Friends of the CVR, Ben here again! Classes are coming to a close! Hope you are all keeping your head above, well, the snowdrifts that seem to embody finals week. The blog this week is from my friend Kelsey Koch, Sophomore CVR enthusiast who’s a part of the Servant Leadership Program this year. I [...]
…. but it’s nice and cozy inside the library. Still, due to the difficulty of getting around town and the towering snowdrift in front of the reference librarian’s garage, holding her car hostage, face to face reference service will be limited today; after dark, please use the chat feature on the library’s website if you [...]
Two psychology classes at Gustavus Adolphus College taught by Assistant Professor of Psychology Kyle Chambers are making a difference in local communities by developing toys and museum exhibits for children.
For all bookworms and heavy studiers the library is extending hours for finals. The following are the hours the library will be open: Weds., Dec. 15- Fri., Dec. 17, 8am – 2am ; Sat., Dec. 18 – 8am – 10pm; Sun., Dec. 19, 8am – 2am; Mon., Dec. 20, 8am – 4:45pm. We are also [...]
Hello loves! I just had a really simple thought that didn’t require much research for you this week. I had a flashback this week to an ordinary, warm and beautiful summer evening. My Dad and I were doing some project in the back yard when my Dad’s friend Mark, completely unannounced and unexpected, showed up [...]
The College and Lutheran Church Archives has released a photo database documenting the college from the 1800s to the modern era. Currently, this resource contains 300 images from our main photograph collection. New content appears somewhat regularly. The archives retain thousands of images, and the primary limitation to adding additional photographs is time.Researchers and those [...]
As some of you have noticed, we are having a monthly book drawing in the library. Each month we put a new book out near the portrait of Count Folke Bernadotte just inside the front door. Put your name and e-mail address into the box nearby and at the end of the month you may [...]