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Poster Printing for Research Day 

Print your poster for research day at the Creation Station. All 24″ x 36″ posters will be at the special Research Day price of $17. Payment in cash or check must be made at the time of pick up.

All files must be submitted by Friday, April 12.

Email posterprinting@caldwell.edu for additional information.

Please Note: Poster printing services are only available Tuesdays and Fridays from 11 – 4 p.m.
Any questions will be responded to during the above mentioned hours.

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Workshop and Reading Series on Writing and Healing with Poets from CavanKerry Press

Writing has been found to reduce anxiety, organize traumatic experiences, move us to resolution and help heal wounds. Calyx, A Journal of Literature and Art is pleased to host a series of workshops and readings with poets from CavanKerry Press — Tina Kelley, Wanda Praisner, Joan Cusack Handler and Carole Stone — to explore the rich relationship between writing and healing.

3/18 @ 4:00 with Tina Kelley.

3/19 @ 3:00 with Wanda S. Praisner.

3/27 @ 3:00 with Joan Cusack Handler. the founder and publisher of CavanKerry Press.

3/28 @ 4:00 with Carole Stone.

The workshops are open to interested students, faculty and staff and will take place in Teaching and Learning Commons in the Jennings Library. Students preparing submissions to Calyx are invited to bring them for possible workshopping.

Please contact Mary Ladany, mladany@caldwell.edu or 973-618-3643 for any questions or concerns.

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Library MLA and APA Citation Workshops 

Need a review of MLA or APA? Come to one of the library’s citation workshops:

APA Citation Workshops

Tuesday 3/5 at 7 p.m.
Register here: https://caldwell.libcal.com/event/5123239

Saturday 4/13 at 3 p.m.
Register here: https://caldwell.libcal.com/event/5123244

MLA Citation Workshops:

Monday 4/15 at 7 p.m.
Register here: https://caldwell.libcal.com/event/5123291

Wednesday 4/17 at 12 p.m.
Register here: https://caldwell.libcal.com/event/5123295

All workshops are located in the library’s instruction lab.

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Finals Week in the Library

Free coffee, tea, and hot chocolate will be available after 6 p.m. Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.

Free massages – Monday 12/10 and Thursday 12/13 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

A special thank you to the Office of Student Engagement for providing the free massages and hot beverages.

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Pre-Finals activities in the Library!

Finals Week is almost here and Jennings Library has a lot of activities planned to help you survive the stress.

We’ll be open extended hours starting Wednesday December 5. See the Library’s homepage for more information.

Win a gift card in our Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest (open to students, faculty and staff): http://caldwell.libwizard.com/uglyxmas

If we get to 550 followers on the Library Instagram page we will bring in cookies during finals! https://www.instagram.com/caldwelluniversitylibrary/

Game Night- December 4th

#Adulting class: Meditation in the CMS – December 6th

Stay tuned for what we have in store for Finals Week!

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Ask the Archivist

Do you have a question about the University Archives, or the history of Caldwell University? Whether you are looking for old photographs or you’re interested in visiting the Archives, you can now submit a request using the new “Ask the Archivist” form! Our friendly archivist, Kim, will receive your request and respond to you with the results. You can find the form here on the University Archives LibGuide.

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New Books in the Library

Check out these new titles now available in the Library:

Asking for It : The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture–and What We Can Do About It by Kate Harding
Call Number: HV6556 .H37 2015

Harding explores how rape culture manifests itself via media narratives about sexual assault victims and perpetrators–and how those change, depending on the age, race, sexual orientation, gender identity and fame of both victim and offender.

Generation Z Goes to College by Corey Seemiller and Meghan Grace
Call Number: LB3605 .S3828 2016

Generation Z (those born 1995 through 2010) are rapidly replacing Millennials on college campuses. These students are driven by different motivations, learning styles, characteristics, skill sets, and social concerns than previous generations. If colleges and universities are to stay relevant, they must learn to adapt their courses, programs, processes, environments, and initiatives to meet the needs of this next cohort of students.

Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation by Derald Wing Sue
Call Number: BF575 .A3 S88 2010

A first-of-its kind guide on the subject of microaggressions. This book insightfully looks at the various kinds of microaggressions and their psychological effects on both perpetrators and their targets.

The Smear: How Shady Political Operatives And Fake News Control What You See, What You Think, And How You Vote First by Sharyl Attkisson
Call Number: PN4888 .C6 A85 2017

Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson takes you behind the scenes of the modern smear machine, exploring how operatives from corporations and both sides of the political aisle have manipulated a complicit mainstream media to make disinformation, rumor, and dirty tricks defining traits of our democracy.