Tuesday, February 26, 2008
The Arts in the Library Committee at Hunter Library is pleased to feature sample works of students in the BS.ED and MAT in Art Education degrees. Both degrees are offered through the School of Art & Design at WCU. The exhibit “Works by Art Education Majors at Western Carolina University” highlights the philosophy of the program, which emphasize a hands-on approach to art education. Students in the programs are exposed to a variety of art and techniques. The exhibit is free to the public and it is located near the elevator on the main floor of the library. The exhibit will be available until June 2008.
Posted by Melissa Young at 2/26/2008 03:41:00 PM
Thursday, February 21, 2008
From February 20 to April 20 Hunter Library will feature Black History Month projects of 2nd graders from Cullowhee Valley School (CVS). Because of limited space, only a sample of the projects is available in Hunter Library. The rest of the projects can be viewed at CVS. For the projects, the students were asked to research an African American and describe his or her achievements. Students used a variety of formats to present the information in a creative way. Hunter Library Display Committee thanks CVS second grade teachers for sharing their students' work.
Posted by Melissa Young at 2/21/2008 07:49:00 AM
Monday, February 04, 2008
Hunter Library’s Leisure Reading collection has made its way to the Web! Now you can find out what’s new and noteworthy with Leisure Reading anytime, anyplace. Then come to the library with a head full of ideas, take a closer look at what we have, and find something (or three things!) to take home with you today. Features of the brand new Leisure Reading site include reviews from our esteemed panel of leisure reading selectors, a list of the newest titles to hit our shelves, and the chance to share your thoughts (no doubt brilliant ones) about your latest leisure read. And if that’s not enough, the new site also gives you links to information on award-winning titles in all the genres, places you can go for suggestions on what to read next, and buzz by everyone from NPR to Stephen Colbert about the newest books. Spend some time on the site and if you have comments or questions, you can send them to Heath Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Melissa Young at 2/04/2008 02:29:00 PM