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12/22/2023
profile-icon Jackie Mayse

We wish you a safe and restful winter break. See you in January!

 

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12/12/2023
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Stop by the library tomorrow from 11-12 for a cup of hot chocolate or tea! Good luck on exams and crits this week!

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12/06/2023
profile-icon Dana Bjorklund

Cover ArtRuth Asawa : Through Line

Edited by Kim Conaty and Edouard Kopp

Call number: N 6537 .A74 A4 2023 

The practice of drawing is a unifying thread in the art of Ruth Asawa (1926-2013). Known as a sculptor, which she described as "almost like drawing in space," Asawa drew daily and likened it to playing scales for musicians. Ruth Asawa Through LIne reveals her wonderfully varied output from the late 1940s to the 1990s. The art of drawing was Ruth Asawa's way to see and understand the world.

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12/05/2023
profile-icon Jackie Mayse
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Finals stressing you out? Stop by the Study Party for academic support and pizza this Friday, Dec. 8, 5-8pm at the library!

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12/01/2023
profile-icon Laura M. Ponikvar

Happy Holidays!

The archives has a collection of holiday cards sent from CIA and to CIA. Several cards from the archives are on display in the library and you should stop by to see the selections from this special collection of archival items. 

Here is an image of CIA's 1997 holiday greeting, designed by Polly DeHays, an illustration major who graduated in 1998.

1997 CIA Holiday Card

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