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July 18, 2014

John Abbot Exhibit

Do you know who John Abbot was?  During the late 1700s, he relocated to Georgia and began to discover and record several previously unknown species of birds and insects.  The watercolor paintings Abbot created from his observations have since become world renown, and he is considered one of the greatest early American naturalists. Zach S. […]

April 11, 2013

Expressions From Recycling

See the latest commentary on society, both serious and humorous, from Tom Amettis. Amettis uses castoffs and detritus as his medium to provide a new perspective on life as we know it and the objects surrounding us. This exhibit will be available from April 1st through April 30th in the Zach S. Henderson Library’s First […]

April 26, 2012

The Pursuit of Knowledge: It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s … sharks chasing a school of fish?

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If you look overhead in the atrium this week (April 23 – 27), you will see several sharks chasing a large school of fish in an installation by four of Marc Moulton’s art students. As the students wrote in their prospectus, “As students, we are encouraged to actively pursue knowledge or to go “hungry” to […]

April 24, 2009

Database Trials and Evaluations

As the Zach S. Henderson Library continues with our library budget review,  with assistance from faculty campuswide, we need to know about resources that we should add to our wish list, pending availability of funding.  We invite you to try out the databases below, to which we have access during this free trial and evaluation […]

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