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Come check out the Halloween display in the reading room of the Cook Library! We have information on Werewolves, Ghosts, Headless Horsemen and the other scary creatures you are likely to encounter this month! Knowledge is power! Learn about them before they come for you! The display includes classic films and documentaries. As always, feel free to speak with a friendly member of the library staff. We are here to help!
October is Archives Month! Bet you didn’t even know there was an Archives Month! What you might also not know is there is an extensive online archive of campus and College historical materials available here:
So if you’re looking for some historical material about the College, or if you are feeling nostalgic, or you are just wondering if we have a “special” photo of you, celebrate Archives Month and have a browse at the resources above.
Associate Dean, Learning and Technology Resources
National Hispanic Heritage Month recognizes the achievements and contributions of Americans of Hispanic and Latino ancestry – those whose families originated in Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. Between September 15th and October 15th we celebrate their culture, history, literature, art, music, cuisine and more. You may wonder why this “month” starts and ends on the 15th day of two months. Many significant anniversaries take place during this time. September 15th marks the independence of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. On the 16th and 18th, Mexico and Chile, respectively, celebrate their independence. The month ends just after Columbus Day or Día de la Raza on October 12th.
The library is celebrating National Hispanic Month with a book display in our reading room (the room with comfortable seating and magazines facing the lake). The display features more details about the origin of the celebration as well as information on food, culture, art and literature. It showcases books on all of these topics, including some written in Spanish. You can actually check these books out, so don’t feel shy about taking some from our display. Drop by and take a look!
For more information on Hispanic Heritage Month, see: