by Sarah Berry
November marks 47th annual National Career Development Month. Here at KU, the Career Development Center will be hosting a series of events from November 15, 2016 to November 18, 2016.
Check out the list of events below and considering attending a few, such as Finding Internships or the CDC Mini Workshop Marathon for improving your interview skills.
Published September 28, 2016
Events , Information , Library News
Tags: Open House
by Sarah ‘Buccaneer’ Berry
Fer’ ye scallywags who came to port for Rohrbach Library’s Open House and turned in yer’ orientation form by September 26, 2016 at 4 p.m., ye’ earned yourselves a chance at the library’s treasure chest.
If the anticipation be makin’ yer bones shiver, ye’ be happy to hear the captain and crew have drawn the names of the winners.
Keep readin’ to see if ye’ won yourself a prize.
Open House Winners
If yer’ name be on the list, report to Rohrbach Library to set sail with yer’ winnings.
Special thanks from the Rohrbach Library crew to Camillo’s and TommyBoy’s fer’ servin’ many a scallywag with fresh pizza, and to all our treasure chest contributors: Supercuts, Giant, Ozgood’s, Domino’s, TommyBoy’s, Firefly Bookstore, Giannotti’s, Paisley and Company, Second Nature.
by Sarah Berry
Banned Books Week is an annual event that celebrates the freedom to read any and all literature, without restriction. Books featured during the week-long event have been targeted to be removed from libraries and/or schools. While some have been banned or restricted successfully, the majority have remained available due to the efforts of readers, educators, and librarians.
To celebrate our freedom to read, head over to the Rohrbach Library and read one (or more!) of the books that have been banned or challenged.
Here’s a quick list of some of the banned books available at the Rohrbach Library:
- 1984 by George Orwell
Call Number: PR6029.R8 N49 1992
- I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou
Call Number: PS3551.N464 Z466 1970
- In Cold Blood by Truman Capote
Call Number: HV6533.K3 C3 2002
- Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh
Call Number: PR6045.A97 B7 1993
- Autobiography of Malcolm X by Malcolm X and Alex Haley
Call Number: BP223.Z8 L5716 1996eb
- Cat’s Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut
Call Number PS3572.O5 C35 1963
- James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl
Call Number: F Dahl
- Nasreen’s Secret School: A True Story of Afghanistan by Jeanette Winter
Call Number: 371.82 W734n, 2009
- Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging by Georgia Nicolson
Call Number: F Rennis
- Halloween ABC by Eve Merriam, illustrations by Lane Smith
Call Number: 811 M551h
Banned Books Week runs from September 25, 2016 to October 1, 2016. For more information, head to the American Library Association’s website.
Also on campus this week is a Banned Books Fair organized by the students in Alpha Beta Alpha. This event takes place from Sept. 28 – Oct. 1st at the KU Book Store. You can buy your favorite banned book, learn about censorship, and also get a mugshot taken of you reading a banned book. For more information about this event, go to ABA’s Facebook event page.
by Sarah ‘Buccaneer’ Berry
Avast me hearties! The Rohrbach Library’s doors will open fer’ th’ annual open house come this September 22, 2016. From 10 in the mornin’ till four in the afternoon they be ripe for plunderin’ – think of the treasure!
Their treasure chest be holdin’ tight to another GoPro Hero camera, amongst other prizes from the locals. But if ye’ lookin’ to grab it, ye’ best complete the Rohrbach Library crew’s orientation form fer’ their open house by September 26, 2016 at 4 p.m. And if yer’ not a student of that there university, then ye’ll be walkin’ the plank before ye’ get ahold of that chest.
They also be servin’ free pizza from TommyBoy’s and Camillo’s, startin’ at 11:30 in the mornin’ till 2:30 in the afternoon.
So if ye’ seeking treasure and fresh grub, then start raisin’ the standard and settin’ course fer’ Rohrbach Library. And if yer’ not, then ye’ can set to scrubbin’ the decks with the rest of the hands, ye’ scallywag.
Additional loot in the mighty chest includes:
If ye’ lookin’ fer’ more information or hath questions, ask the Captain and First Mate.
Capt. Dan Stafford: firstname.lastname@example.org
First Mate Karen Wanamaker: email@example.com
Pirate Captain image source: http://www.deviantart.com/art/Pirate-captain-305459646
Avast Me Hearties! Rohrbach Library’s open house will take place on September 17th from 10-4. Come explore our building and our resources (human, physical, and digital) and have some fun at our pirate-themed photo booth area.
This year’s treasure chest holds over $700 in prizes including a GoPro Hero camera as our grand prize!
We will have goodies and giveaways around the library on the 17th from 10-4. KU students who accurately complete our 10-question orientation form are also entered into a prize drawing. Top Prize is a GoPro Hero camera! Other prizes include:
Special thanks to all of our business who have donated prizes for this event. We appreciate your generosity!!!
Participation: Anyone can participate in this event, but only KU students are eligible for the prize drawing. If you are a professor or group who would like to use this event for course credit or as a student organization requirement, there will be a place on the student form for course or organization information. Once we compile all the forms, we will let you know which of your students participated. Please let us know if you will be offering/requiring participation, though. It helps us to know how many forms to print.
Due Date: This year, students will have until Monday, September 21st at 4p.m. to turn in the orientation forms. This allows students several days to print and complete the questions if they couldn’t make it to the open house, and it gives them a chance at participation credit and/or the prize drawing!
For more information about our open house, please contact us:
Dan Stafford (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Krista Prock (email@example.com)
Karen Wanamaker (firstname.lastname@example.org)