Over seventy modern poets and writers are waiting to be watched in the Library, thanks to a recent donation to our media collection.
Gould Library News
- November 18, 2005
We have received reports of sporadic problems when searching the database WorldCat.
- November 15, 2005
- November 14, 2005
Weltanschauung \VELT-an-shau-ng\ (noun) 1. A particular philosophy....
- November 11, 2005
Built on previously abandoned land and boasting self-powering solar panels, Bill Clinton's presidential library not only houses valuable historical documents — it's kind to the environment, too.
- November 9, 2005
Fans of experimental film will want to check out Unseen Cinema, a new acquistion in the Library's Media Collection. Read more at: https://blogs.carleton.edu/Media_Resources_Blog/?p=57
- November 1, 2005
Ted Mathys, poet and Carleton graduate, will give a poetry reading on Thursday, Nov. 3, at 4:30 p.m. at Carleton College Gould Library Athenaeum. A book signing will follow. The event is free and open to the public.
- October 31, 2005
McGuffin \mc-GU-fen\ (noun) 1. In a film (now also in a novel or other form of narrative fiction)....
- October 26, 2005
Join award-winning Star Tribune photographer Carlos Gonzalez, Carleton professor Kelly Connole, and Carleton student Kate Strathmann ’06 as they discuss art projects based in community involvement. Wednesday, November 2, 2005; 4:00-5:00pm; Gould Library Athenaeum.
- October 24, 2005
diluvial \d-LU-vee-l \(noun) 1. Of or belonging to a deluge or flood...
- October 17, 2005
Harold Pinter has won the 2005 Nobel Prize for Literature. Learn more about Pinter at our book display, in the space opposite Oscar the penguin and the Rookery.
- October 16, 2005
bandersnatch \BANDR-snatch\ (noun) 1. A fleet, furious, fabulous creature...
- October 12, 2005
As promised, the archives of the Carletonian can now be searched online, at http://www.arcasearch.com/carleton.