This Thursday, March 23 at 5:45 p.m. we'll be sharing dinner and a conversation in the library! We hope you'll join us.
Come to the Library the first Wednesday of the month (March 1 & April 5) from 10:30 am to noon for Pan y Café! Enjoy pan dulce (traditional sweet bread), hot drinks, and conversation with campus faculty, staff, and students in a casual, comfortable setting!
Taking a break from studying? Want something fun to read over winter break? Come to the Library and grab a book to read….
Come to the Library this Wednesday, November 30 from 10:30 am to noon for our third Pan y Cafe! Enjoy pan dulce (sweet bread), hot drinks, and conversation with campus faculty, staff, and students in a casual, comfortable setting!
Come to the library this Thursday, November 17 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm for a Wikipedia edit-a-thon. This edit-a-thon's focus will be on the Sonoma County Reads book, Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates. We'll be focusing on editing Wikipedia articles about the book, and about civil right movements and student protests.
Come to the University Library Thursday night for dinner and a discussion about this year's Sonoma County Reads selection, Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates. Coates's book is a timely and trenchant examination of life as an African-American man in a country still divided and rife with racial violence.
Papers coming up? DVD Central has plenty of new DVDs to help you destress in between research sessions. Here are some highlights:
Jack London State Historic Park and the Sonoma Community Center will mark their mutual 2016 Centennial Celebrations with the presentation of the Jack London Classic Film Fest. The festival will feature screenings of Call of the Wild (1935) starring Clark Gable and Loretta Young, Sea Wolf (1941) starring Edward G.
Among Sonoma State University Library’s many unique and diverse Special Collections are the John W. Hudson papers.
John W. Hudson (1857-1936) spent much of his working life as an ethnographer and collector, conducting extensive research among the Potter Valley Pomo Indians of Mendocino County, California.