Here’s your daily dose of library-oriented speed-reads to start your day!
SAVE THE DATE…
Cultural Studies Food Week–The Taste of Justice: Rhetoric and Reality. Monday-Friday, Oct. 26-30. In our annual speaker series, students will learn about the politics of food production and consumption as they relate to nutrition and other issues. Each evening’s event will include Q and A for students as well as tasty culinary treats.
Back by popular demand, the Food Network’s Chef Joseph Poon will share his inspiring immigrant success story, demonstrate sushi making, and carve intricate watermelon sculptures on Monday, October 26 at 6:00 p.m. in room 204 of Falvey Memorial Library. Join us as we kickoff this interactive week of ACS-approved events! Delicious food samples will be provided.
This event, co-sponsored by the Cultural Studies Program and Falvey Memorial Library, is free and open to the public.
Only three-quarters of your freshmen sophomore junior senior (CIRCLE ONE) year left!
FOR THOSE WHO LIKE TO THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX…AND SOMETIMES INSIDE OF IT, TOO…
Speaking of college, at the library, we like to think we are also developing today’s kittens into tomorrow’s ‘Cats.
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF SCIENCE VS. THE AVERAGE AMERICAN
Tonight is White House Astronomy Night, celebrating achievements in STEM throughout the year. Among invited guest are Ahmed Mohamed, the ninth grade student recently arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school. So, what better day to compare your knowledge of basic science concepts to the average American? The Pew Research Center recently created an online quiz that allows you to test your skill – and found that most Americans could do a bit of refreshing!
QUOTE OF THE DAY
On this day in 1985, the very first Blockbuster video rental store opened. Blockbuster? What’s that? By now, the tapes and DVDs you rented and never returned are gathering dust in the far corners of storage boxes. But back in the day, video rental was the jam. Fitting that the last movie rented from Blockbuster was the film This Is the End!
HAVE A GREAT DAY!
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