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Hamersly’s winter term newsletter is here!

Did you know that the library publishes a newsletter each term? It is always full of helpful information and reminders about your library. This term’s issue includes information about our new art exhibits, new equipment available for checkout, library services at the new WOU Salem campus, WOU’s textbook affordability initiative, and more. You’ll also find [more…]

Summer exhibits @ the library

It may be summer, but there’s still lots of good stuff going on at Hamersly. We have two new exhibits for you to enjoy and will be hosting an exhibit reception on Monday, June 26th from 3-5pm. We hope to see you there! Stop by the 2nd and 3rd floors of Hamersly anytime we’re open [more…]

Fall term exhibits @ the library

The library has two new exhibits on display for fall term: Painting + Photography – A Friendship by Elaina La Boda Jamieson and Vincent Leandro Earth Science at Western Oregon University: A Retrospective Review of Scholarship and Project-Based Learning

Homecoming exhibit in the WUC

Go Wolves! The Progression of Our Mascot is an exhibit at the Werner University Center for Homecoming 2016. The exhibit is curated by the University Archives and Student Engagement/Student Activity Board staff, and sponsored by the Hamersly Exhibit Program and the WOU Alumni Association. It features the heads of the last four mascots and a [more…]

New Spring Term exhibits

Our Spring 2016 exhibits are up for you to enjoy! Exhibit artists include Suellen Johnson (former WOU faculty), Huaqing Li (visiting Chinese scholar), Kun Wu (visiting Chinese Scholar), Yangfeng Wei (visiting Chinese Scholar), and Chauwen Zhang. Click on the poster for more details about this term’s exhibits.  

New exhibit on the 3rd floor

The final exhibit of the term is up on the 3rd floor of the library and continues with the term-long theme of ‘NEVER AGAIN’: Holocaust Posters, 1933-1945 An Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith Poster Exhibit This evocative poster series begins in pre-Holocaust Europe, when Jewish communities were centers of cultural and social ferment. The ensuing [more…]

New exhibit now open: Hiroshima Ground Zero

The second of the featured traveling exhibits making a stop at Hamersly Library this fall is open for visitors. The Hiroshima Ground Zero exhibit is made up of a series of posters from the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum in Japan that inform of the aftermath and effects of nuclear weapons. Designed for schools and suitable for all ages, the [more…]

Fall exhibits & events @ the library

There is a lot going on at Hamersly this fall! Through a partnership with the Wholistic Peace Institute, and support from the Office of the Dean of Liberal Arts and the College of Education, the Hamersly Exhibits program is bringing the Hiroshima Ground Zero: NEVER AGAIN! exhibit to campus. The exhibit is curated by the Hiroshima Peace Memorial [more…]

New fall exhibits on 2nd and 3rd floors

The Fall exhibits in Hamersly Library are up! Check them out on the 2nd and 3rd floors: Down the Ballot II: Candidates of Western Oregon University (2nd floor) Curator: Carl Fisher, WOU Alumnus       Laugh or Cry (3rd floor) Cartoons by Rob Harriman, WOU Alumnus

New Spring Term Library Exhibits

Our Spring 2014 exhibits include: Maple Hall: Celebrating 100 Years Dedicated in 1914 as the first campus gymnasium, Maple Hall celebrates 100 years of service to the Western Oregon University campus. This exhibit features the many activities and people associated with Maple Hall. Through its evolution as a gymnasium, student recreation center, ROTC training, and dance studio, Maple Hall remains a place [more…]

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