Join us at 1 PM on Monday, October 31, 2022, when the LSSU Library will be hosting Jessica Ann Rickert, DDS, in the Library Learning Commons. Her talk, “Changing Perceptions…Exceeding Expectations” will chronicle her journey to becoming the first female Native American dentist.
Will Allen, the author of the 2022-23 LSSU Campus Read The Good Food Revolution is visiting campus on Tuesday, October 25, 2022, and will present a talk on his work in the Library Learning Commons at 5pm.
A pioneering urban farmer and MacArthur Genius Award-winner, Mr. Allen will share the story of his grassroots movement to change the way our nation eats.
Monday, September 20, 2021 @ 4pm
Library Learning Commons
Do you find yourself wishing for something a little different?
Something more than the daily routine?
Something to win friends and impress your roommates?
Try making it yourself!
When you learn to prepare your own food using a few common cooking implements and some simple tips and techniques, you take control of a large part of your life.
Whether you want to start eating healthier, are looking for a way to showcase your hosting skills, or just want to add a little spice and pizzazz to your diet, learning to prepare food in the privacy of your room will give you a great start.
We will be learning to prepare fresh and delicious food using cooking equipment you may already have on hand. Using hands-on demonstrations and take-home recipes, you will come away with a new understanding of what it takes to be a great home cook.
This event is free and open to the public.
To celebrate Pi Day this year, LSSU Library is holding a Piaku Contest.
What is a Piaku?
A Piaku is a form of poetry similar to Haiku, but instead of the 5-7-5 syllabic form, the number of syllables per line corresponds to the digits of pi. And, given the nature of pi, there is no limit to the length of a Piaku!
An example Piaku, created by Marc Boucher:
(3) Why oh Why
(4) Students fail to
(5) Before going to
(9) Class when they know the teacher will ask
(6) They will not raise their hands
(5) For they do not know
(3) The answers
To submit your Piaku for our contest, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3:14pm on March 12, 2021.
And please join us in the Library Learning Commons by the giant whiteboard on Thursday, March 11 @ 2pm for a Piaku workshop to craft your winning piaku. All submitted piakus will be shared to our Facebook page and displayed on the library’s lobby monitors.
What does the winner get?
We will include the winning piaku in the April 2021 Communique, and the winning poet gets a pie!
Dr. Garvon will explore some of the current subtle changes that may have a profound impact on our treasured wildlife and recreation activities of the north woods. Tuesday, Oct 6, 2020 @ 4pm in the LSSU Library Learning Commons.
LSSU Library is now hiring students for the Fall 2020 semester. To apply, students can access the Job Board through Anchor Access.
We look forward to seeing everyone back in the fall!
LSSU Library Staff
Don’t miss Michigan author, Mardi Jo Link, on campus on Thursday, April 13, 2017.
Ms. Link will lead a Master Class on writing memoirs in CAS 212 at 3pm. Later, join us at LSSU Library at 7pm for a reading, book-signing, and reception with the author.
This project is funded in part by Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the LSSU Cultural Affairs Committee.