OneSearch, launched this summer helps you easily find library books, articles and other resources including, CTW collections.
We have some tips that will make OneSearch even easier to use. We’ll share them in a series of 20 minute workshops. No registration required!
Drop In Workshops (all in the Phelan Room on the A Level of the Library) October 9, 10 and 11 at 10am, 12pm and 3pm
September 25-October 1 is Banned Books Week, an annual celebration of the freedom to read as well as an opportunity to raise awareness about censorship. This year, we’re marking the occasion by selecting a number of frequently challenged and banned books in our collection, wrapping them in brown paper, labeling them with the reasons they have been challenged, and hiding them around the library.
If you see one of these paper-wrapped books, bring it to the circulation desk for a candy reward! We’ll also keep track of how many books you return over the course of the week. Top scorers will receive a paperback book of their choice from any list of challenged/banned books. Happy hunting!
This Tuesday, September 20th, Trinity College will be hosting a reception to honor faculty members who have published a new monograph or edited a collection as well as those who have been awarded grants to pursue their scholarship.
The celebration will begin immediately after Tuesday’s Faculty Meeting and will be held in the 1823 room, on Level 2 of the library.
Come celebrate our colleagues’ continuing tradition of cutting-edge scholarship!
On Thursday December 17 at 8:00 pm, take a break from your studying in the library and have some pizza! Free soda, snacks, and pizza will be available in the Phelan room, Level A in the library,
On December 10th at 5:00pm we will open a show of SIX STORIES told by the students of AMST 835/435 with books, manuscripts, prints, etc. found in the special collections at Trinity College:
- Voices for the Vote: What Women were Saying and Reading during the Fight for Suffrage (Gaia N. Cloutier ‘16)
- The Impossibility of Translating Culture (Alix A. de Gramont ‘15)
- Aotearoa: The Land of the Long White Cloud (Quirin A. Sackmann ‘15)
- Vinegar Valentines (Meghan E. Shaw, graduate student)
- Shall We Dance? The Evolution of Etiquette on the Dance Floor (Karen J. Tuthill-Jones, graduate student)
- Functional Pottery in America (Mariah J. West, graduate student)
Please join us to explore and celebrate these student projects in the Watkinson Library.
On Thursday, October 9th at 5 pm, the Watkinson presents, “A Conversation on Poetic Science: The Bookwork of Daniel E. Kelm” in the Joslin Family 1823 Room.
Daniel Kelm is a book artist and founder of the Garage Annex School for Book Arts at his studio, the Wide Awake Garage, in Easthampton, Massachusetts. Join us to explore and learn more about the elements of alchemy and sculpture in his work.
Feeling stressed? Assignments overwhelming? On Monday, 4/29, from 8-10 pm, the Phelan Room on Level A will have snacks, laptops, librarians and research associates* to help you with your work!
Stop by for a quick snack and personal help on your projects, with assistance on:
- Finding sources
- Citing material
- Developing presentations with images/media
- Checking your evidence
- And more!
*Research Associates: fellow students trained in research skills
Hyam Plutzik ’32: American Poet, Connecticut and Beyond
April 9, 2013 at 1:30 pm in the Watkinson
The Watkinson is holding a poetry reading and exhibition opening this Tuesday, April 9, featuring the works and life of Hyam Plutzik, Trinity alumnus, poet and Professor of English at the University of Rochester.
Come explore Plutzik’s life and works with Trinity faculty, students, and Connecticut Poet Laureate Dick Allen in the Watkinson! In addition to readings of Plutzik’s works by Trinity’s award-winning poet Ciaran Berry and Artist-in-Residence Clare Rossini, Trinity students will also read selections from their own works of poetry.
I once looked at poetry as little more than beautiful language. Later it was a way of communicating the nuances of the world. More recently I have begun to look at poetry as the great synthesizer, the humanizer of knowledge –Hyam Plutzik
All students are invited to compete in our Library Video Contest, for prizes including a $75 Amazon gift card. To enter, students should make a short video showcasing the Library in a style of their choosing (comedy, documentary, mystery, etc. — creativity counts!).
Submissions are due by April 5; multiple winners will be selected.
See full contest details here: http://courseguides.trincoll.edu/videocontest
Image credit: getwired
The Library is hosting several events over Finals Week to help students revitalize and recharge during exams and final papers.
Friday, Dec 14, 2—3 pm Yoga Stress Relief
Instructor Diana Gunther will lead an hour-long yoga session to help students release stress and regain energy. Students should bring their own mat or towel, and wear comfortable clothing.
Monday, Dec 17, 9—10 pm Pizza and Game Night
There will be free pizza and snacks for all students, along with Wii games and traditional board games. Good food and fun can help you keep balanced!
Monday, Dec 17 and Tuesday, Dec 18, 2—4 pm Wii Mario Kart Challenge
Students can stop by the Phelan Room these afternoons to challenge a librarian – or their friends – to a game of Mario Kart. The winner gets bragging rights!
Mark these on your calendars, or sign up through our Facebook page!