LSSU Library Scholar Series welcomes Dr. Jason Garvon as he presents “We Only Pay Attention When Something Happens” on Tuesday, Oct 6, 2020 @ 4pm in the Library Learning Commons

LSSU Library Scholar Series: Dr. Jason Garvon, "We Only Pay Attention When Something Happens"

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.

 

NEA Big Read Kickoff Event, Thursday, September 24th @ 4 pm. Coffee and delicious refreshments will be served by LSSU Catering! Don’t miss our phenomenal guests Chairman Bryan Newland, Chief Judge Jocelyn Fabry, & Executive Director Betsy Huggett. Free to the public! More below…

We would like to invite you to join us for the National Endowment for the Arts sponsored Big Read kickoff event at Lake Superior State University Library. The campus and local community are reading The Round House by Louise Erdrich, a story set on the Ojibwe reservation of North Dakota.

We are honored to have Bryan Newland, Chairman of the Bay Mills Indian Community as our keynote speaker for this evening’s event.

Following Chairman Newland’s address, we will watch a short documentary, “This River” which offers an indigenous perspective on the tragic experience of searching for the many missing and murdered Indigenous women.

Joining us for a panel discussion on these issues along with Bryan Newland, will be Chief Judge Jocelyn Fabry of the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians, and the Executive Director of the Diane Peppler Center, Betsy Huggett.

Afternoon coffee and delicious treats will be served by LSSU Catering.

Masks and social distancing are required.

NEA Big Read Kickoff Event at the LSSU Library on Thursday, 9.24.20 @ 4 pm

 

LSSU Library Sustainability Series with MSU Extension Thursday, September 10th @ 5:30 pm bring you “Food Preservation: What do you need to know”

As a follow up to our Culinary Series, where we enjoyed a demonstration on Lacto Fermentation, we are excited to bring you a talk on food preservation, with MSU Extension experts, Beth Waitrovich and Stephanie Ostrenga Sprague. Please join us!

This virtual presentation featuring Beth Waitrovich and Stephanie Ostrenga Sprague with MSU Extension will cover the basics of food preservation including equipment needed, ways to preserve food including canning, freezing and dehydrating, what foods need to be canned in a pressure canner and what can be processed in a hot water bath or steam canner. A question and answer session will follow.

Attend in person in the Library Learning Commons, or watch viaZoom @ https://bit.ly/lssulibfoodpres

Do You Have What It Takes To Create the Best Dessert on Campus?


Prove your skills in Chopped Round 3: Desserts. Hosted in the Library Learning Commons on March 19th, 2019 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Pre-register on the Laker App before February 22, 2019 to participate.