Artist who chased Maui landscapes opening reception

The opening reception for "Landscapes from Maui" by Catherine Prose, professor in Jaunita and Ralph Harvey School of Visual Arts, will be held in the Moffett Library at 4 p.m on Friday Oct. 6. Prose will display 14 chalk pastel drawings, on black paper, that she completed on the Paul Bice … [Read more...]

Students learned how to conduct research project at workshop

To educate students on the different ways to create a research paper, the library staff put on a workshop called ‘How do I start: Beginning a research project’ on Sept. 14 in Moffett Library. Allison Breen, reference librarian at the Moffett Library, taught the workshop this year and seven … [Read more...]

Rare Books Collection is used for research, but only by two students

The Rare Books Collection sits behind a closed door like an old, forgotten relic. The glass cases are pristine, devoid of any fingerprints. Literary classics sit on their shelves, year after year, unexplored and unrecognized by students. Because the Rare Books Collection is not easy to find on … [Read more...]

‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ creates interactive showing for students

After watching Rocky Horror Picture Show, it’s not uncommon to find rice stuck in hair hours after the movie, seeing confetti fall out of clothes as the day goes on, or getting sprayed in the face with a water gun. Costumes and drag make up are expected dress code. While the library provided … [Read more...]

Students laugh throughout ‘Monkey Business’

The crowd bursts into laughter as Barnaby Fulton accidentally drinks a fountain of youth potion, and becomes a 20 year-old college kid again. Fulton’s life spiraled out of control at Moffett Movie Madness’s screening of Howard Hawks' “Monkey Business.” The Golden Globe-nominated film stars Cary … [Read more...]

Moffett turning digital

In an effort to utilize the university's history, Moffett Library’s Special Collections team went out last spring to archive all of the cluttered historical items spread throughout the library. The display includes complete copies of The Wichitan, yearbooks, and photographs dating as far back to … [Read more...]

Celebrating the 41 years of Fantasy of Lights

The song, "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas" fits for the Fantasy of Lights. Christmas is just 23 days away, and with the cold brisk air, twinkling lights, the warmth of hot cocoa and kids giving Santa Claus their Christmas lists, does feel a lot like Christmas. Katelyn Vietti, … [Read more...]

Taste, quality lacking at library’s ‘Starbucks’

As a part of a new dining contract students got access to a Chick-fil-A and Burrito Bowl. But perhaps it was the Starbucks — rather 'We Proudly Serve Starbucks Here' — now located in the Moffet Library foyer that excited them the most. Until it opened. Kristin Conyers, a senior in marketing, said … [Read more...]

Stress-relieving dogs take over Moffett Library

The library is more crowded than it has been all year, and may be even more crowded tonight. The Moffett Library will be the host to several dogs brought to help relieve stress and relax the students who are studying into the wee hours of the night. The therapy dogs will be on campus at Moffett … [Read more...]

English professor gives banned-book talk to more than 70

Near the rare book collection in the Moffett library more than 70 people attended a lecture Thursday Sept. 25 presented by Todd Giles, assistant professor of English, titled "Books are better for banning and burning than page turning." Giles said he only expected 20 to 30 people to attend. … [Read more...]