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Library Displays: 2016/2017 Displays

Displays in the Library

National Poetry Month

On display starting in April through the end of the semester.

Women's History Month

On display throughout March

Black History Month

On display through February

Native American Heritage Month


LGBT History Month


Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15-October 15

Obsolete Technologies

Media and information technologies from (not so) bygone eras.  On display from Spring Break through graduation.


On display through Spring Break

Queen Bee

Photo by Waugsberg - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0,

Banned Books Week

Stand up for your right to read!  For more information, see  September 25-October 1.  Display up through mid-October.

Banned Books Week 2016 Heroes


An interactive map of the campus, tracing its physical evolution, will be on display around homecoming.

Campus map with 3d printed buildings

Ryder Hall's cornerstone will also be on display.

Ryder Hall Cornerstone - 1949

75th Anniversary Time Capsule

On display through the end of the fall semester, located at the top of the stairs on the second floor.

Time Capsule Display

Civil Rights & Protest Movements

On display through March

This Week in History

Changes weekly; located across from the Writing Center.

This week in history display

The Space Age

In memory of John Glenn; on display through mid-January.

Local Interest/Local Authors

On display through late September.

Graphic Novels

Highlights from the graphic novel collection.  On display through mid-September